Syria weapons depot blast kills 12 civilians: monitor

Syria weapons depot blast kills 12 civilians: monitorAn explosion of unknown origin at a weapons depot in the northwestern Syrian province of Idlib killed at least 12 civilians on Sunday, a war monitor said. An AFP correspondent at the site in the rebel-held town of Sarmada near the Turkish border said the explosion caused two buildings to collapse. On Sunday morning, rescue workers used a bulldozer to remove rubble and extract trapped people, the correspondent said.


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Portland rallies get bomb-sniffing dogs, weapons checkpoints

  1. Portland rallies get bomb-sniffing dogs, weapons checkpoints  CNN
  2. Weapon checks, bomb-sniffing police dogs to greet protesters Saturday in Portland  OregonLive.com
  3. Portland fears planned rightwing rally could be ‘another Charlottesville’  The Guardian
  4. Portland’s Patriot Prayer Rally Could Be Most Violent Since Charlottesville, Activists Say  HuffPost
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Pompeo says North Korea weapons work counter to denuclearization pledge

  1. Pompeo says North Korea weapons work counter to denuclearization pledge  Reuters
  2. In Asia, Pompeo Faces Struggle to Squeeze North Korea, Iran  Bloomberg
  3. Mike Pompeo: ‘ways to go’ before North Korea meets denuke vow  USA TODAY
  4. Trump gets the headlines on North Korea. But keep an eye on South Korea.  Washington Post
  5. 65 years after pilot vanished in Korean War, family has hope for return of remains  Minneapolis Star Tribune
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Pompeo says North Korea weapons work counter to denuclearization pledge

Pompeo says North Korea weapons work counter to  denuclearization pledgeBy David Brunnstrom SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Less than two months after a landmark U.S.-North Korea summit in Singapore, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo flew back to the city state on Friday and said North Korea’s continued work on weapons programs was inconsistent with its leader’s commitment to denuclearize. Pompeo was asked en route to Singapore about his statement in the U.S. Senate last month that North Korea was continuing to make bomb fuel and reports that North Korea, led by Kim Jong Un, was building new missiles. “Chairman Kim made a commitment to denuclearize,” Pompeo told reporters.


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Fortnite Friday: Happy birthday Fortnite, battle pass week 3, new SMG weapons

  1. Fortnite Friday: Happy birthday Fortnite, battle pass week 3, new SMG weapons  FanSided
  2. ‘Fortnite’ on Android: We’ve got some good news and some bad news  Mashable
  3. Fortnite Status – Is Fortnite Down or Offline? Current Server Status, Queues  USgamer
  4. Fortnite developer becomes billionaire by making it free  The Business Times
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