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UN Chief Guterres, Trump Commit to Work Together to Address Common Challenges

United Nations Secretary-General Guterres met Friday with United States President Donald Trump and discussed, among others, tensions in the Korean Peninsula and the fight against terrorism.

SOP newswireBush: U.S. Security Depends on Victory - WASHINGTON " Winning the war on terror in Iraq is critical to American defense, President Bush said Oct. 25 in a WhiteHouse news conference.
SOP newswirePress Conference by the President - THE PRESIDENT: Thank you all very much. I'm going to spend a little more time on my opening comments than I usually do, but I'll save plenty of time for questions.
SOP newswireStraight To The Point ... Press Conference By The President - I know many Americans are not satisfied with the situation in Iraq. I'm not satisfied either. And that is why we're taking new steps to help secure Baghdad and constantly adjusting our tactics across the country to meet the changing threat. But we cannot
Sean StubblefieldLook Before You Leap - Americans-- when you vote on November 7th, please be sure to make an informed decision. Your decision.
Alex AlexPace Defines Winning is Important - Defining "winning" is important to the war on terror, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said at a news conference today.
SOP newswireU.S., Korea Aiming for Free Trade Agreement by Early 2007 - Washington -- The United States and South Korea are trying to conclude difficult free-trade agreement (FTA) negotiations by late 2006 or early 2007, the lead U.S. negotiator says.
SOP newswireOfficials Continue to Note Progress Amid Violence in Iraq - WASHINGTON, Oct. 24, 2006 – The idea that progress and violence co-exist in Iraq is fast becoming a mantra for officials both in Baghdad and here.
SOP newswireU.S. Companies Boosting Economies in Latin America, Caribbean - U.S. Companies Boosting Economies in Latin America, Caribbean
SOP newswireBush: Iraq Violence Won’t Cause U.S. Troop Withdrawal - WASHINGTON, Oct. 22, 2006 – The United States won’t withdraw its troops from Iraq in the face of recent increased insurgent-led violence in some parts of that country, President Bush said here yesterday.
SOP newswireBush: North Korea To Be Held To Account For WMD Transfers - WASHINGTON, Oct. 22, 2006 " The United States will hold North Korea responsible if it attempts to transfer nuclear bombs or other weapons of mass destruction to America"s enemies, President Bush said recently on a national television news show.
SOP newswireSecretary continues discussions on North Korea in Moscow - Washington – The work by the five parties trying to solve the North Korean nuclear issue is the main topic of Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice’s discussions in Moscow, according to her remarks en route to the Russian capital October 21.
SOP newswirePresident's Radio Address - THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. Earlier this week, I spoke with Prime Minister Maliki of Iraq. We discussed the recent increase in violence in his country. Attacks have grown significantly during the first weeks of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
SOP newswireRemarks With Chinese Foreign Minister Li After Their meeting - SECRETARY RICE: Thank you very much, Minister Li, I appreciate very much your welcoming me here, this is, I’m told, our seventh meeting this year. So that’s a lot, but it is befitting because the United States and China have many issues on which we are working together.
SOP newswireRumsfeld says North Korea's nuclear test October 9 defied international will - Washington -- Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld met his South Korean counterpart at the Pentagon October 20 to discuss mutual security interests and defense preparedness against the backdrop of North Korea’s October 9 nuclear test.
SOP newswirePresident Bush and Secretary Leavitt Discuss Medicare - THE PRESIDENT: Secretary Leavitt and I are pleased to be here at this counter where seniors come to buy prescription drugs. And one of the interesting things that happens at this counter is that these decent folks are constantly reminding seniors that
SOP newswireRice Emphasizes Diplomatic Approach to North Korea Crisis - Washington -- A diplomatic solution to the North Korean crisis is still possible, and the U.N. resolution aimed at reigning in Pyongyang’s nuclear ambitions is not designed to escalate tensions, says Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
Will RobertsNorth Korea - Kim Jong the action hero or an Elvis look alike! - Not since WW2 have we been on two fronts with a war, “Will we go to WAR with north Korea? This is only to be determined by our military leaders … how did that sound, I was trying out my political answering skills. The secret. NEVER COMMIT.
SOP newswireTroops Still Have Time to Vote Absentee - Servicemembers and U.S. citizens living overseas still have time to register, request a ballot, and vote in November"s mid-term elections, the
SOP newswireRice, Rumsfeld Discuss Nuclear North Korea - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice yesterday reaffirmed U.S. resolve to use “the full range of our commitments, including our deterrent commitments,” to defend Japan and South Korea.
SOP newswirePresident Bush Supports NATO Membership for Croatia by 2008 - Washington – President Bush met with Croatian Prime Minister Ivo Sanader at the White House October 17 and said that during the upcoming NATO summit in Riga, Latvia, he would push for Croatia’s admission to the alliance by 2008.
SOP newswirePresident Signs 2007 Defense Authorization Act - WASHINGTON, Oct. 17, 2006 " The fiscal 2007 National Defense Authorization Act provides more than $530 billion to maintain the military
Grace SinopoliThe Current State of the Union - Understand that I am a very political person with very strong views. Ask anyone. So while the U.S. is at least pretending to be the superpower in this world, there are a bunch of things that need to change.
SOP newswireCuban Reporters Still Face Harassment, Human Rights Official Says - Despite the temporary transfer of governmental power in Cuba on July 31, the Cuban dictatorship continues to subject independent journalists in the Caribbean nation to
SOP newswirePresident George W. Bush named David Broome to be Special Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs - The President has named David Broome to be Special Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs. Mr. Broome recently served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Senate Affairs at the Department of Defense. He received his bachelor's degree from American University.
SOP newswireU.N. Responses to North Korea, Iran Linked, State's Burns Says - New York -- The crisis over North Korea's reported underground nuclear test is helping to unify the permanent members of the Security
SOP newswireRice Says Iran Should Think Twice About Following North Korea - Washington – The swift international response to North Korea’s reported nuclear weapons test should serve as a lesson to the Iranian regime about what lies ahead if it insists on pursuing its nuclear
SOP newswireUnited States Announces Actions on Cuba, Haiti Embargoes - Washington -- The United States has formed a task force to clamp down on violators of its long-standing economic and trade embargo against Cuba and has partially lifted the 15-year-old U.S. arms embargo on Haiti.
SOP newswirePresident Bush Welcomes President Garcia of Peru to the White House - PRESIDENT BUSH: Bienvenidos, Mr. Presidente, a la Casa Blanca. I'm proud to welcome the President of Peru to the Oval Office. We've had a fascinating and important discussion. First of all, I appreciated his experience, and I appreciated his advice on some key issues.
Michael CostelloWest Virginia preparing for technologically advanced general election - State elections officials are in preparation for the first general election to use federally mandated electronic voting machines
SOP newswireDemocracy Discussion With Print Media - SECRETARY RICE: Well, thank you. I will say just a few words because I would like to take the maximum time to take your questions and talk about whatever is on your mind. Well, the United States and Egypt have a long and important strategic relationship. I think it is a relationship that can be characterized as one of friendship and cooperation. And in a relationship of friendship it is possible to talk about the entire range of issues before our countries and it is in that spirit that we have talked, especially since the President's Second Inaugural Address, about the importance
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