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North Korea open to freezing nuclear weapons tests amid talks

N and S Korean leaders agree to meet and halt nujesNorth Korean leader Kim Jong-un has agreed to meet South Korea's president next month and impose a moratorium on nuclear and missile tests if his country holds talks with the United States, a senior South Korean official said on Tuesday after returning from North Korea.

North Korean officials pledged not to use nuclear weapons on South Korea, according to the Blue House, South Korean's presidential palace.


Trump's name removed from Panama hotel after legal fight

Trump's name removed from Panama hotel

A worker in Panama removed President Donald Trump’s name from a hotel there on Monday, according to video made public after the building’s owner wrested control of the property from the Trump Organization following a protracted legal fight.

Video shared online by ABC News showed the worker removing Trump’s name from a sign outside the Panama City building with a hammer and crowbar.

The removal of the president’s name from the Trump-branded hotel followed a drawn-out fight between the Trump Organization and the building’s majority owner. Trump retains his ownership stake in his business but handed over daily operations to two of his sons when he took office.



Former Russian Spy Critically Ill After Exposure to Mysterious Substance

Critically ill man is Russian former spy

A man who is critically ill after being exposed to an unknown substance in Wiltshire is a Russian national convicted of spying for Britain, the BBC understands.

Sergei Skripal, 66, was granted refuge in the UK following a "spy swap" between the US and Russia in 2010.

He and a woman, 33, were found unconscious on a bench at a shopping centre in Salisbury on Sunday afternoon.  The substance has not been identified.

Wiltshire Police are investigating whether a crime has been committed. They said the pair had no visible injuries but had been found unconscious at the Maltings shopping centre.


Chinese firm wins case on intellectuals property

Chinese govt. wins intel property cases against US.

President Trump has repeatedly accused Chinese firms of copyright theft.

The issue is at the heart of the current trade friction between China and the United States.

But Chinese firms are fighting back in American courts and winning.

Just over a decade ago, an electrical component firm in eastern China faced an uncertain future when it was sued in a US court over intellectual property rights.


Leaked: Secret Documents From Russia’s Election Trolls

Leadked" secret documents from Russian trolls

The Kremlin-backed troll farm at the center of Russia’s interference in the 2016 U.S. election has quietly suffered a catastrophic security breach, The Daily Beast has confirmed, in a leak that spilled new details of its operations onto obscure corners of the internet.

The Russian “information exchange” Joker.Buzz, which auctions off often stolen or confidential information, advertised a leak for a large cache of the Internet Research Agency’s (IRA) internal documents. It includes names of Americans, activists in particular, whom the organization specifically targeted; American-based proxies used to access Reddit and the viral meme site 9Gag; and login information for troll farm accounts.


Kushner’s Family Firm Sought Cash From Qatari Gov’t Before Saudi Blockade

The real estate firm tied to the family of presidential son-in-law and top White House adviser Jared Kushner made a direct pitch to Qatar’s minister of finance in April 2017 in an attempt to secure investment in a critically distressed asset in the company’s portfolio, according to two sources.

At the previously unreported meeting, Jared Kushner’s father Charles, who runs Kushner Companies, and Qatari Finance Minister Ali Sharif Al Emadi discussed financing for the Kushners’ signature 666 Fifth Avenue property in New York City.


Foreign officials from four countries tried to figure out ways to manipulate Jared Kushner, report says

Jared Kushber seen as 'manipulable' y UAE, Israel, China and Mexico

Officials in the United Arab Emirates, China, Israel and Mexico privately discussed how their nations could benefit from Kushner's international business dealings and lack of government experience, unnamed sources told the newspaper.

Before becoming a White House senior adviser, Kushner ran his family real-estate firm Kushner Companies, a job that saw him court foreign financing.


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