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Mattis Highlights Diplomatic Solution for North Korean Situation

Defense Secretary James N. Mattis has highlighted the efforts aimed at strengthening diplomatic avenues for a secure, prosperous and denuclearized Korean Peninsula.

Krzys WasilewskiIt happened today in Vienna, Austria - Iran will consider letting the United Nations monitor its nuclear program, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) announced on Wednesday.
SOP newswire2China says No to Honorary Citizenship for Dalai Lama - China on Tuesday expressed its strong discontent and resolute opposition to Paris city council awarding the Dalai Lama honorary citizenship of the city.
SOP newswireBaghdad summit complete, UN looks to meeting in Kuwait - The top United Nations political official has just wrapped up a three-day visit to Baghdad, during which he met with members of the world body's mission there.
Askin Ozcan (Mentor)Message From Mars - Galactic Pen Pal reports good reception helps to enjoy International Children's Festival.
SOP newswireUS Citizen Accused of Spying for Israel - The Department of Justice says federal authorities arrested Ben-Ami Kadish on charges of taking part in a conspiracy to disclose national defense information.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: April 22 - Tensions on the Georgian border with Russia have intensified after an unmanned Georgian plane was shot down by a Russian fighter.
SOP newswireLand for Peace-- UN and Saudis reiterate Arab demands - The 2002 Arab Peace Initiative calls for Israel to withdraw from all Arab lands occupied since 1967, recognize an independent Palestinian State and provide a just solution to the issue of Palestinian refugees.
SOP newswirePersonal Carter Crusade Irrelevant - Bush administration officials were irate over Mr. Carter's plans to meet Hamas.
SOP newswireAhmadinejad says $115 per barrel of oil is too low - The Iranian leader also said the American dollar 'is just a bunch of paper without any global support.'
SOP newswireSouth Carolina clergyman sentenced in Moscow - Phillip Miles has been in Russian custody since early February, after customs agents found a box of 20 rifle shells in his luggage.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: April 21 - Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter announced today in Jerusalem that Hamas would welcome peaceful coexistence with Israel on condition that the Jewish State would withdraw to its 1967 borders.
SOP newswireClerics among 10 bodies found in Mogadishu - Two days of fighting between Islamist insurgents and government-backed Ethiopian troops leaves 81 people dead, 119 wounded.
SOP newswireJimmy Carter claims Hamas wants to vote - Former US president Carter says the leaders of the Palestinian militant group told him they will accept a peace agreement with Israel.
SOP newswire2China's Measure to Stablise Market - China's securities regulator late Sunday ordered shareholders to sell stocks on the block trading system if they expect to sell a large amount of shares that were freed from
SOP newswireCondoleezza Rice materializes in Baghdad - US Secretary of State makes surprise visit; is holding talks with Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki among other top officials.
SOP newswire2Tibet to maintain opening-up strategy - Tibet will continue to open to the world, an official of the southwest China autonomous region promised on Friday.
Robert Paul ReyesFor Sale: 13-Year-Old Virgin - Tourists point and gawk as if the women on display were mannequins, and not flesh and blood human beings just trying to make ends meet.
Krzys WasilewskiThe Warsaw Ghetto Uprising: Too Young To Live - Sixty-five years ago, on April 19, 1943, an uprising in the Warsaw Ghetto broke out.
SOP newswire2President Hu greets Putin - Chinese President Hu Jintao has sent a congratulatory message to Russia's outgoing President Vladimir Putin for his election as chairman of the ruling United Russia party.
SOP newswireGeorgia gets Putin's attention - Yesterday, Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili called on Russia to halt all actions that violate Georgia's sovereignty.
SOP newswireJimmy Carter's meeting with Hamas condemned by Israel - The Israeli government believes former President Carter's meeting with Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal harms the global war on terrorism and the Middle East peace process.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: April 18, 2008 - Washington is probing the Czechs if they would like to host American missiles, writes Polish newspapers.
SOP newswireShi'ite office in Basra surrounded by Iraqi troops - Sadr supporters say they have been given 48 hours to leave the premises.
SOP newswireEuropean Union and Iraq on threshold of world history - It is arguably a new dynamic in recent EU-Iraqi relations-- one highlighting what Iraq can do for Europe as opposed to what Europe can do for Iraq.
SOP newswireIsrael, US unhappy with Carter - The former US president received a cold welcoming in Israel in recent days, he was warmly received by Egyptian officials.
SOP newswire2Japanese FMs hold talks on bilateral ties with Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi - Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi, who is on an official visit to Japan, held talks with his Japanese counterpart Masahiko Komura in Tokyo Thursday.
SOP newswireDisputed Kenyan Power-Sharing Cabinet Sworn - At a lengthy ceremony in the capital, Nairobi, Kenya's 42 ministers and 50 assistant ministers took office.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: April 17 - A business class flight from Ireland to the United States for only eight dollars, including taxes? Sounds impossible, but due to a mistake of Aer Lingus, the Irish national airline, such bargains were available on the Internet on Wednesday.
SOP newswireBoycott Olympic ceremonies, risk Trade War - As the August games in Beijing approach, several European leaders have announced they will boycott the opening ceremonies.
SOP newswireResponse to emerging world food shortage focus of UN - Desperation witnessed in many countries including Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Egypt, Senegal, Morocco and Haiti.
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