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2 November 2017 4:01 PM New York truck attack suspect charged with terrorism offences

New York - Federal prosecutors brought terrorism charges on Wednesday against the Uzbek immigrant accused in the truck rampage that left eight people dead, saying he was spurred to attack by the Islamic State group's online calls to action and picked Halloween because he figured streets would be extra crowded. Even as he lay wounded in the hospital from police 42

2 November 2017 3:30 PM Nikki Haley to UN: 'Our Principles Are Not Up For a Vote'

Every day the American people see why former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley was a fantastic pick to fill the role of U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations. From the moment Ambassador Haley accepted the position, she has worked hard to fight for American interests, fights for democratic values, stands against dictatorial regimes, and reasserted the United 38

2 November 2017 1:53 PM Nikki Haley tells United Nations: You're not the boss of U.S

Ambassador Nikki Haley blasted the United Nations Wednesday in a defiant speech to the 193-member General Assembly before it adopted a resolution calling for an end to the U.S. economic embargo on Cuba. “Let’s be honest about what we really see going on here,” Haley said. “This assembly does not have the power to end the U.S. embargo. It is based in U.S. law, which 27

2 November 2017 5:35 AM New York truck attack suspect 'spent a year planning'

The main suspect in the New York truck rampage that killed eight people on Tuesday has told investigators he began planning the attack a year ago. Sayfullo Saipov, 29, said he intended to kill as many people as possible and "felt good" about the Halloween attack. The Uzbek immigrant, who faces federal terrorism charges, says he was inspired by so-called 37

2 November 2017 2:13 AM NY attack: Trump calls for death penalty

US President Donald Trump has called for the death penalty for an Uzbek immigrant accused of ploughing a truck down a New York City bike path, killing eight people, describing the man as a "terrorist." Sayfullo Saipov (29), who was hospitalised after he was shot by a police officer and arrested, told investigators he had been inspired by watching Islamic 25

1 November 2017 3:23 AM “Vietnam Day 2017” held in New Zealand

Wellington (VNA) – The Vietnamese Students’ Association in Victoria University of Wellington recently held the “Vietnam Day 2017” in New Zealand’s capital city of Wellington. This year, the event was organised outdoor for the first time at the Cuba Street in the centre of Wellington, with the theme “V-District: A Step to Vietnam”. It featured performances 23

27 October 2017 9:49 PM JFK assassination records: The promise of revelations derailed by CIA and FBI

They’d been waiting 25 years to see the final — and potentially most sensitive — batch of records related to President John F. Kennedy’s assassination. Then came word late Thursday that President Trump had acquiesced to CIA and FBI lobbying to withhold tens of thousands of the files. For historians, journalists and Kennedy buffs, the promise of revelations

27 October 2017 9:49 PM The JFK files: theories galore from Mexico to Moscow

Thousands of files newly released from the investigation shows there was no shortage of theories at the time, and the FBI and CIA doggedly chased all of them -- while finding themselves the target of suspicion as well. The files show all arms of the US government following up each rumor and suspicion, taking them to a right-wing militia's shooting camp, probing 57

27 October 2017 7:52 AM Thousands of Files on JFK's Assassination Are Now Public, Offering a Chance to Answer Lingering Questions

(WASHINGTON) — President Donald Trump blocked the release of hundreds of records on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, bending to CIA and FBI appeals, while the National Archives came out Thursday night with a hefty cache of others. "I have no choice," Trump said in a memo, citing "potentially irreversible harm" to national security if he were to allow 1

27 October 2017 7:52 AM JFK Files: Thousands released but Trump holds back others

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump has blocked the release of hundreds of records on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, bending to CIA and FBI appeals, while the National Archives came out Thursday night with a hefty cache of others. "I have no choice," Trump said in a memo, citing "potentially irreversible harm" to national security if he were to allow 10