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N Korea missile launch fails day after military parade

N. Korea missile launch failsNorth Korea has failed to launch a missile on its east coast, South Korean and US military officials say, a day after Pyongyang warned the US amid rising tension in the region.

The US said a ballistic missile exploded within seconds of the launch.

Hours earlier, North Korea paraded what appeared to be long-range ballistic missiles at a major military display.  It has already conducted five nuclear tests and a series of missile launches in contravention of UN resolutions.

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Cops fired after videos surface of them punching and kicking motorist

Georgia police officers firedTwo police officers in Georgia were fired Thursday, less than 24 hours after cell phone videos surfaced of them punching and kicking a motorist in handcuffs.

No charges have been filed, but the Gwinnett County Police Department said it's moving forward with a criminal investigation into the incident in the suburban Atlanta county.

On Wednesday, Sgt. Michael Bongiovanni pulled over motorist Demetrius Hollins in a routine traffic stop, according to police Chief Butch Ayers.

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Ex-Army colonel: I’ve never been so concerned about US, world

Lawrence WilkersonFormer Army Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson says that he has never been as concerned about the state of this country as he is today.

Wilkerson, who also served as chief of staff to former Secretary of State Colin Powell, on Saturday said world relations are more concerning today than they were during some of the most tumultuous periods of recent U.S. history.

"I've been through the Cuban missile crisis, I've been through the Bay of Pigs before that, Vietnam War, the two Iraq wars and so forth," Wilkerson told MSNBC.

"And I've got to tell you, though, I've never been so concerned, as I am now, for the state of this country and world relations."

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Army charges retired general with rape against a minor in the 1980s

Retired Army general accused of rapeThe Army on Friday announced rape charges against a retired general for multiple assaults against a minor dating to the 1980s.

Retired Maj. Gen. James Grazioplene is charged with six charges of rape of a minor between 1983 and 1989, the Army announced. The criminal investigation remains open, according to the Army.

Grazioplene, in a brief interview by phone, declined to comment and expressed surprise that the Army had announced the charges. He is presumed innocent until proven guilty.

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Tax Day protesters demand Trump release his returns

Tac Day protests for Tump returnsHundreds of protesters streamed onto the Capitol lawn Saturday carrying signs demanding that President Trump release his tax returns in one of more than 150 Tax Day rallies and marches planned nationwide.

Protesters in the nation's capital came from as far away as North Carolina and New York. Most carried signs and some wore the signature pink hats from the Jan. 21 Women’s March that drew millions and helped spawn the Tax Day protest. Others carried plastic chickens and a few wore Russian-themed hats.

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North Korea displays new missiles in military parade

North Koera displays new missilesNorth Korea showed off a series of new and technologically advanced missiles and launchers during a military parade on Saturday.

North Korea displayed its submarine-launched ballistic missile and the land-based version it launched last month as well as two new intercontinental ballistic missile-sized canisters as the military paraded down Kim Il Sung Square, analysts said.

No nuclear test or ballistic missile launch was conducted during the celebration of the 105th birthday of Kim Il Sung, the country's former supreme leader who died in 1994. He was the grandfather of the current leader, Kim Jong Un.

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Mexican reporter shot dead on Baja California peninsula

Fourth Mexican journalist killedA veteran reporter covering the police beat has been shot dead in northeastern Mexico, his employers said, becoming the fourth journalist to be murdered in the country in six weeks.

Maximino Rodriguez Palacios "was shot and killed" outside a store in La Paz on the Baja California peninsula as he arrived in his car at around noon (17:00 GMT) on Friday with his wife, the Colectivo Pericu news website said.

She was unharmed.

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Aleppo blast: Syrian evacuation convoy targeted

Aleppo blastA large blast has killed dozens of people in an attack near buses carrying Syrians evacuated from two besieged government-held towns.

The blast on Saturday in Rashidin, west of Aleppo, targeted residents who were evacuated from the rebel-besieged towns of Fouaa and Kefraya in Idlib province under a deal reached between the Syrian government and rebels.

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CENTCOM: Afghanistan bombing statements were 'inappropriate'

CENTCOM: Afghanistan bombing statement inappropriateThe Pentagon is walking back comments a U.S. Central Command employee gave to The Hill regarding the use of one of the military's largest non-nuclear bombs during an operation in Afghanistan.

The employee, who identified themselves as a CENTCOM spokesperson, gave candid comments to The Hill regarding the use of the munition, referred to as the “Mother of all Bombs,” on a series of tunnels used by the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

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