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Trump Spars with Newspaper over Relationship with N. Korea's Kim

U.S. President Donald Trump sparred Sunday with The Wall Street Journal over whether he already has or would have a good relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, a frequent target of the U.S. leader's vitriol over Pyongyang's nuclear weapons development.   Four reporters for the newspaper interviewed Trump at the White House last week, with both the Journal and Trump officials recording it. But now they are disputing what he said about Kim. At one point, Trump, according to the… Read Full Article

Qatari royal says he is 'being held against his will' in UAE

Sheikh Abdullah makes a video statement saying the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi is holding him captive.

Peru quake: Magnitude 7.1 sea tremor topples buildings

Rescuers are still verifying the scale of the damage, with one death confirmed so far.

January 14, 2018

A look at the best news photos from around the world.

US Homeland Security Chief Vows to Correct Hawaii's Missile Alert System

U.S. Homeland Security Chief Kirstjen Nielsen said Sunday it was "unfortunate" there was a false emergency alarm about an incoming missile in Hawaii, but said authorities are "all working to make sure it doesn’t happen again." Officials continued to investigate the circumstances surrounding the Saturday incident in which residents of the western-most U.S. state, in the Central Pacific, were erroneously sent emergency alerts on television, radio, email and mobile devices that warned: "… Read Full Article

US-Led Coalition Helps Build New Syrian Force, Angering Turkey

The U.S.-led coalition is working with its Syrian militia allies to set up a new border force of 30,000 personnel, the coalition said on Sunday, a move that has added to Turkish anger over U.S. support for Kurdish-dominated forces in Syria. A senior Turkish official told Reuters the U.S. training of the new "Border Security Force" is the reason that the U.S. charge d'affaires was summoned in Ankara on Wednesday. The official did not elaborate. The force, whose inaugural class is currently… Read Full Article

CHAN 2018: Sudan miss a penalty but beat Guinea 2-1

Sudan miss a penalty but still manage to beat Guinea 2-1 in a near-empty stadium in Casablanca in Group A of the African Nations Championship.

Leader of Britain's UKIP Faces Calls to Quit Over Girlfriend's Remarks

The leader of Britain's eurosceptic UK Independence Party faced calls on Sunday to stand down after a newspaper published racist messages sent by his girlfriend about Prince Harry's fiancee Meghan Markle. Last year, Henry Bolton was the fourth leader in a year to be appointed to the helm of UKIP, a party which helped bring about a Brexit vote. He hit the tabloid newspapers over Christmas when they reported that he had left his wife for 25-year-old model and UKIP member Jo Marney. The Mail… Read Full Article

South Africa's ANC Leader: Zuma to Be Dealt with Over Time

The new leader of South Africa's ruling African National Congress (ANC) party, Cyril Ramaphosa, has said the question of whether President Jacob Zuma should step down would be addressed "as time goes on." There has been widespread speculation that Ramaphosa and his allies are lobbying ANC members to oust Zuma as head of state in the coming weeks, but he made no mention of Zuma's future in a closely watched speech on Saturday. Ramaphosa won the race to succeed Zuma as ANC leader last month… Read Full Article

Saudi female football fan: 'We wanted to enter stadiums and we did'

Sarah Alkashgari, 18, helped at the first football match in Saudi Arabia allowing female spectators.