Maritime blockade against North Korea, on Vancouver’s summit agenda

The foreign ministers of the group of allied countries that fought in the Korean War between 1950 and 1953 against the Soviet bloc meet...

US officials discuss idea of ​​possible attack on Pyongyang, says WSJ

US government officials are debating the possibility of launching a limited attack on North Korea without triggering a war on the Korean peninsula, reports...

Trump responds to Kim Jong-un that his nuclear button is “bigger and more powerful”

President Donald Trump used social media to respond today to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, who said he had access to the nuclear button...

The evaluations of the prototypes of the border wall begin

The eight prototypes of the border wall between Mexico and the States promised by President Donald Trump are already being evaluated, a Border Patrol...

Sirens alert for a possible nuclear attack will sound again in Hawaii

Nearly three decades after the end of the Cold War, anti-aircraft sirens will sound again in Hawaii after the authorities decided to return to...

More women with power, key against sexual harassment, according to the UN

Increasing the number of women in positions of responsibility is essential to continue making progress in the fight against sexual harassment, warns the executive...

US calls “ethnic cleansing” violence against the Rohingya in Burma

The United States declared today that, after a "careful and exhaustive analysis" of the facts, "it is clear" that the violence and abuses against...

US worried about Pakistan’s stability in the presence of terrorists

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said his country is concerned about Pakistan's stability because of the presence of "too many terrorist groups" that...

Tillerson visits Afghanistan by surprise and meets with Afghan President

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson arrived in Afghanistan today on a visit to the country's President Ashraf Gani, officials said. "Secretary Tillerson and President...

Guterres sees “absolutely essential” to preserve nuclear pact with Iran

UN Secretary-General António Guterres reiterated his defense of the nuclear agreement signed in 2015 with Iran and considered it "absolutely essential" to continue. "It is...

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