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Mattis Discusses Singapore Summit, North Korea, DoD Audit With Reporters

North Korea was a topic in almost all of his bilateral talks with leaders of other nations, Defense Secretary James N. Mattis told reporters last night on his return flight from Singapore and his Indo-Pacific region trip.

John LillpopGo SOUTH Illegals--Like Venezuela! - As Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez lurches further and further leftward, he continues to justify his socialist fascism as a legitimate
SOP newswireCOALITION FORCES FIND TORTURE ROOM - BAGHDAD, Iraq – Coalition Forces destroyed a torture room, a large cache of weapons and improvised explosive device-making materials Sunday morning while targeting terrorists in Sadr City.
SOP newswireU.S. Envoy Hill Says, Six-Party Agreement Still on Track - Washington " Despite delays in shutting down a North Korean nuclear facility at the center of an agreement reached in the Six-Party Talks, lead U.S.
SOP newswirePeace process in Nepal holding firm - Despite the postponement of elections planned for mid-June in Nepal, the peace process in the mountainous country, which recently
SOP newswireDivision Targets Flow of Accelerants of Violence to Baghdad - WASHINGTON, May 4, 2007 – A newly formed military division in Iraq is focusing on stopping the flow into Baghdad of what the unit’s commander called “accelerants of violence” from the south.
SOP newswireSec. Rice Following Pelosis' Path - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice met with Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem May 3 on the margins of the Iraq Neighbors’ Conference
SOP newswire16 Suspected Secret Cell Terrorists Detained - The individuals targeted during the raid are suspected members of a secret cell terrorist network known for facilitating the transport of weapons and explosively formed penetrators, or EFPs, from Iran
SOP newswireNorth Korean Shuts down Reactor - Washington -- The United States and Japan have repeated calls for North Korea to shut down its Yongbyon nuclear reactor as part of its obligations under a February 13 agreement.
SOP newswireTeens Learning English in U.S. Benefit from Press Freedom - Silver Spring, Maryland – Teenage immigrants working as reporters on a student newspaper are learning about press freedom as they polish their English.
John LillpopIranian President Ahmadinejad Delivers Kiss of Death - All of that talk about the Holocaust being a myth, and threatening to bomb Israel into the Mediterranean, have helped create a public
Krzys WasilewskiSmall Country, Big Problem - The ping-pong of atrocities and grievances would have lasted much longer had it not been for World War I and the October Revolution in Russia.
Julie WhitemanMPO Ponders Impact Fees in Jefferson County - Impact fees have been known to have negative effects on communities when developers pass the fees off through higher rent or cost of buying a house,
John LillpopSpeaker Pelosi Gunning for More Votes - Nancy Pelosi: Progressive Compassion Needed to Fix Immigration
SOP newswireFEMA, Did You Know U.S. Citizenship Not Required For Disaster Assistance - ALBANY, N.Y. -- People who are not U.S. citizens may be eligible for disaster assistance for damage from the April nor’easter and subsequent flooding.
SOP newswireFEMA U.S. Citizenship Not Required For Disaster Assistance - ALBANY, N.Y. -- People who are not U.S. citizens may be eligible for disaster assistance for damage from the April nor’easter and subsequent flooding.
SOP newswireRice Tells Iran, Halt Flow of Arms and Foreign Fighters to Iraq - Washington -- The most positive steps Iran could take to enhance Iraqi security would be to halt the flow of explosives and foreign fighters across Iraq's border
SOP newswireNine Servicemembers Killed in Iraq; Previous Casualties Identified - Four U.S. soldiers were killed and three were wounded in Iraq April 28, while three U.S. soldiers and two Marines died April 27 during Iraq operations, military officials reported, and the Defense
John LillpopCalifornia's Prison Crisis...The Truth - California's prison system has been, and continues to be, in severe crisis due to mindless policies on illegal aliens and the death penalty.
SOP newswireNigeria's Elections, Missed Opportunity - The United States regrets that Nigeria has missed an opportunity to strengthen an element of its democracy through a sound electoral process. Analysis of the process by most
John Lillpop The Fall of the Ham Sandwich: Precursor to Armageddon? - With respect to kicking Democrats out of Congress, Dear Lord, we pray that you will deliver us from that evil, sooner rather than later!
SOP newswireDetainee dies at Camp Bucca - BAGHDAD, Iraq – A security detainee died April 26 at Camp Bucca, Iraq from injuries sustained by an apparent assault by other detainees.
SOP newswireU.S. Strategy on Missile Defense and the Desire to Cooperate with Russia - President Bush has reaffirmed to President Putin our desire to cooperate with Russia on missile defense, and a U.S. delegation offered new proposals for potential partnership
John LillpopWhat Hillary Clinton Will NOT Find Under the Rug in Oval Office - One could easily conclude that based on a recent statement from Ms. Clinton on the campaign trail in Iowa.
SOP newswireFugitive of 40 Years Returned From Cuba To U.S. By Diplomatic Security - Special Agents from the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of Diplomatic Security (DS) today escorted the fugitive Joseph Adjmi to the United States from Cuba, where he had been detained by Cuban authorities.
SOP newswireLiving Conditions for Palestinians Keep Deteriorating - Living conditions inside the occupied Palestinian territory continued to decline through the second half of last year, with the situation especially dire in the Gaza Strip, according to the latest progress
SOP newswireCasualty figures continue to climb in Iraq - Large-scale indiscriminate killings and targeted assassinations continue to impede efforts to bring lasting stability and security to Iraq, according to the latest United Nations
SOP newswireNew England Nor'easter Damage Assessments Nearly Complete - BOSTON, Mass. - In less than one week, preliminary damage assessment (PDA) teams have nearly completed damage surveys in all six New England states struck by the strong winds, heavy rains and
Suren HosseinWar is over if we want it over! - Twenty-five years ago my uncle told me he felt sympathy for European people bombarded by Nazis
Krzys WasilewskiThe Last King of France - In several weeks' time, the French incumbent president, Jacques Chirac, will be gone, and with him, the whole epoch in France's politics.
Francis KarugahKenyans go to the polls this year - Standing for rights and freedom-- politicians take note
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