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Trump-Kim summit: Donald Trump vows to 'end war games' in 'new history' with North Korea

Trump-Kim summit: Donald Trump vows to 'end war games' in 'new history' with North Korea | 12 June 2018 | Donald Trump unexpectedly suspended "war games" on the Korean peninsula yesterday as he convinced Kim Jong-un to back "complete denuclearisation" in a written agreement. The US president [accurately] said joint US-South Korean military exercises were "very provocative" and "tremendously expensive", attacking a policy his own administration has pursued until now. Mr Trump also floated the possibility of one day pulling America's tens of thousands of troops out of South Korea, though he said the move was not currently under consideration. [Great. It's about time!]

'The world will see a major change': Kim Jong-un commits to 'complete de-nuclearization' in historic agreement with Trump who says he'll 'absolutely' invite North Korea leader to White House

'The world will see a major change': Kim Jong-un commits to 'complete de-nuclearization' in historic agreement with Trump who says he'll 'absolutely' invite North Korea leader to White House -- President Trump said in his first remarks that 'it's an honor' to be meeting with Kim, whom he expects to have 'a terrific relationship' with now that they've been personally introduced --Kim told the U.S. president, 'It was not easy to get here...old prejudices and practices worked as obstacles on our way forward, but we overcame all of them' | 12 June 2018 | President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un concluded a day of talks in Singapore by signing what the U.S. president described as a 'very comprehensive' document. Trump did not go into further detail about the contents of the agreement that was a framework for further talks. 'People are going to be very impressed. People are going to be very happy, and we’re going to take care of a very big and very dangerous problem for the world,' Trump claimed. 'And I want to thank chairman Kim. Spent a lot of time together today, very intensive time.' Trump said, providing slightly more detail, that denuclearization would be a process and that he believes it will happen 'very quickly' following the signing of the document.

Full text of the Trump-Kim agreement

Breaking: Full text of the Trump-Kim agreement  --A photo of the document President Donald Trump signed revealed that the leaders agreed on four primary points. | 12 June 2018 | President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un signed an agreement at the conclusion of Tuesday's historic summit. Here's what it says, according to a photo of Trump's signed document:

Joint Statement of President Donald J. Trump of the United States of America and Chairman Kim Jong Un of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea at the Singapore Summit

President Donald J. Trump of the United States of America and Chairman Kim Jong Un of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) held a first, historic summit in Singapore on June 12, 2018...

Convinced that the establishment of new U.S.-DPRK relations will contribute to the peace and prosperity of the Korean Peninsula and of the world, and recognizing that mutual confidence building can promote the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, President Trump and Chairman Kim Jong Un state the following:

1. The United States and the DPRK commit to establish new U.S.-DPRK relations in accordance with the desire of the peoples of the two countries for peace and prosperity.
2. The United States and the DPRK will join their efforts to build a lasting and stable peace regime on the Korean Peninsula.
3. Reaffirming the April 27, 2018 Panmunjom Declaration, the DPRK commits to work toward complete denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
4. The United States and the DPRK commit to recovering POW/MIA remains, including the immediate repatriation of those already identified.

Kim commits to 'complete denuclearisation'

Kim commits to 'complete denuclearisation' | 12 June 2018 | (Key points) --Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un sign 'comprehensive' joint document after talks --The leaders share a 13-second handshake before a one-on-one meeting and a second meeting with aides
Trump says he is confident of a "terrific relationship" with Kim --Kim says the leaders have overcome obstacles to attend the summit

02:27 Kim commits to "complete denuclearisation of Korean Peninsula" in the document.

02:25 The document commits the US to "security guarantees" and looks to the establishment of "new US-DPRK relations"...

02:24 Details are starting to emerge on the document the leaders signed.

Fresh explosion of Kilauea volcano sends lava spewing 180ft into the air as experts warn impact on Hawaii's animal and marine life will last for decades

Fresh explosion of Kilauea volcano sends lava spewing 180ft into the air as experts warn impact on Hawaii's animal and marine life will last for DECADES --No one has died in this Hawaii eruption but about 600 homes have been swallowed by lava flows | 11 June 2018 | A small explosion at the summit of Hawaii's erupting Kilauea Volcano on Sunday sent ash spewing into the air, creating a driving hazard for roads on parts of the Big Island, the US Geological Survey said. Lava fountains from a fissure in the volcano reached as high as 180 feet (55 meters) from Saturday night into Sunday, pushing flows of molten rock into the Pacific Ocean, it said. Kilauea, on Hawaii's Big Island, first started erupting on May 3, resulting in lava oozing over residential communities and heading towards the Pacific Ocean. The lava first met the ocean on May 20.

Trump: Kim summit 'better than anybody could have expected'

Trump: Kim summit 'better than anybody could have expected' | 12 June 2018 | President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un were heading to “a signing” after their "fantastic meeting," Trump told reporters Tuesday after emerging from a working lunch at their Singapore summit. "A really fantastic meeting," Trump said with Kim at his side. "A lot of progress, really very positive, I think better than anybody could have expected. Top of the line, really good. We’re going right now for a signing." The two leaders did not respond to reporters' questions on what they would be signing.

Trump: Kudlow in hospital after heart attack

Trump: Kudlow in hospital after heart attack | 11 June 2018 | President Trump announced from Singapore on Tuesday that his top economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, was hospitalized outside Washington, D.C., after suffering a heart attack. "Our Great Larry Kudlow, who has been working so hard on trade and the economy, has just suffered a heart attack," Trump tweeted as he arrived at the denuclearization summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders later described the heart attack as "very mild" and said Kudlow is expected to make a "full and speedy recovery."

Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un share historic handshake

Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un share historic handshake | 12 June 2018 | Donald Trump has met Kim Jong-un, shaking the North Korean leader's hand and posing for the cameras at a historic summit in Singapore. Mr Trump arrived at the Capella hotel on Sentosa island looking slightly pensive, fiddling with his jacket buttons; Mr Kim appeared relaxed. The pair greeted each other at a luxury hotel on the island, just off the Singaporean coast, before heading in for talks about denuclearisation.

Trump: 'Excitement in the air' ahead of Kim meeting

Trump: 'Excitement in the air' ahead of Kim meeting | 10 June 2018 | President Trump said on Sunday that there is "excitement in the air" in Singapore as he prepares for the summit meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. "Great to be in Singapore, excitement in the air!" the president tweeted on Sunday after landing in Singapore, where U.S.-North Korea summit will take place on June 12. Both leaders have arrived in Singapore for their historic meeting.

American F-15 fighter jet crashes in the sea off southern Japan and pilot is rescued after ejecting

American F-15 fighter jet crashes in the sea off southern Japan and pilot is rescued after ejecting | 10 June 2018 | An American F-15 fighter jet has crashed into the sea off the island of Okinawa in southern Japan. The F-15C Eagle based out of Kadena Air Base in Okinawa crashed in the sea off the Japanese island at around 6.36am local time on Monday, and the pilot was safely recovered after ejecting, the Air Force confirmed in a statement. The pilot remained in contact with rescuers after ejecting and is now recovering in stable condition at a military hospital in Okinawa, a US Air Force official said.

Guatemala volcano eruption: Latest death toll of Fuego's deadly eruption

Guatemala volcano eruption: Latest death toll of Fuego's deadly eruption | 09 June 2018 | Guatemala's deadly eruption has so far claimed the lives of more than 100 people as rescuers continue to scour the ash-ravaged landscape, with many more people still missing. The death toll from a massive volcano eruption in Guatemala has risen to 109. The eruption on Sunday was the volcano’s most violent in four decades, after dangerous flows of ash, rocks and toxic gases prompted panicked locals to evacuate. However there are as many as 200 people still missing from the eruption and many family members assume they are dead.

Trump won't endorse G7 joint statement, attacks 'weak and dishonest' Trudeau

Trump won't endorse G7 joint statement, attacks 'weak and dishonest' Trudeau | 10 June 2018 | Hours after the G7 summit, US President Donald Trump is attacking Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau again for "false statements," and he is refusing to endorse the summit's communique that called for reducing tariff barriers. On Saturday, Trump lapsed into his pre-summit rhetoric again, calling Trudeau "dishonest and week" in a fresh series of angry tweets. He reiterated that the recently imposed US tariffs on metal imports from Canada and other nations are a response to what he believes is trade inequality.

Radioactive cesium from Fukushima flowed into Tokyo Bay for 5 years - study

Radioactive cesium from Fukushima flowed into Tokyo Bay for 5 years - study | 07 June 2018 | Radioactive cesium from the crippled Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant continued to flow into Tokyo Bay for five years after the disaster unfolded in March 2011, according to a researcher. Hideo Yamazaki, a former professor of environmental analysis at Kindai University, led the study on hazardous materials that spewed from the nuclear plant after...March 11, 2011. Five months after disaster caused the triple meltdown at the plant, Yamazaki detected 20,100 becquerels of cesium per square meter in mud collected at the mouth of the Kyu-Edogawa river, which empties into Tokyo Bay. In July 2016, the study team detected a maximum 104,000 becquerels of cesium per square meter from mud collected in the same area of the bay, Yamazaki said.

Fukushima Nuclear Plant Radioactive Waste Flowed Into Bay for Five Years After Disaster

Fukushima Nuclear Plant Radioactive Waste Flowed Into Bay for Five Years After Disaster | 07 June 2018 | Radioactive waste from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan flowed into Tokyo Bay for five years after the 2011 disaster, according to a new study. Hideo Yamazaki, a former professor of environmental analysis at Kindai University told The Asahi Shimbun that 20,100 becquerels of cesium per square meter were found in the mud of the Kyu-Edogawa river five years after a tsunami caused the meltdown of the plant. Cesium-137 is a dangerous fission product that is a radioactive isotope found in nuclear reactors and nuclear weapons. The waste in the river was emptied into the Tokyo Bay.

Bill Maher Begs for a Recession to Get Rid of Donald Trump

Bill Maher Begs for a Recession to Get Rid of Donald Trump | 09 June 2018 | HBO's "Real Time" host [Grade 'A' sociopath] Bill Maher admitted that he hopes the American economy will crash so that President Donald Trump will be voted out of office. Maher, along with his panel, discussed the success of the Trump administration's growing economy, but remained skeptical about how long the prosperity will last. "I feel like the bottom has to fall out at some point, and by the way, I'm hoping for it because I think one way you get rid of Trump is a crashing economy," Maher said during the June 8 show. "So please, bring on the recession. Sorry if that hurts people but it's either root for a recession, or you lose your democracy."

Italian prime minister backs Trump's calls for Russia to be readmitted to G-7

Italian prime minister backs Trump's calls for Russia to be readmitted to G-7 | 09 June 2018 | Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte echoed President Trump's calls for Russia to be reinstated into the Group of Seven (G-7) on Friday, breaking with the European Union's stance on the issue. Conte, who assumed office at the beginning of the month, took to Twitter on Friday to voice his agreement with Trump's position. "Russia should return to the G-8. It is in everyone's interest," he wrote. Trump called for Russia to be allowed to rejoin the G-7 on Friday before departing the White House to attend the G-7 meeting in Canada.

Trump leaves G7 early for 'mission of peace' with Kim

Trump leaves G7 early for 'mission of peace' with Kim --Donald Trump heads to Singapore after telling world leaders he wants a free-trade deal among the G7. | 09 June 2018 | Donald Trump declared that he was on a "mission of peace" before leaving the G7 summit early to meet Kim Jong Un in Singapore. He told reporters he would "know within a minute" whether Mr Kim was serious about giving up his nuclear weapons, adding that he would not prolong talks if he sensed otherwise. The US leader boarded a plane from Quebec on Saturday ahead of the highly anticipated meeting with the North Korean leader on Tuesday, leaving G7 leaders early and missing environmental talks.

Navy says Chinese cyber hackers 'stole large amount of data' including undersea warfare plans and designs for a 'supersonic anti-ship missile'

Navy says Chinese cyber hackers 'stole large amount of data' including undersea warfare plans and designs for a 'supersonic anti-ship missile' -- The Navy says that the cyber attacks took place in January and February --The hackers targeted a contractor who works for the Naval Undersea Warfare Center, a military entity based in Newport, Rhode Island --The breach is part of Beijing's long-time effort to steal technological secrets from the United States [But the Deep State could care less, because it's not Russia.] | 08 June 2018 | Chinese government hackers compromised the computers of a U.S. Navy contractor and stole a large amount of highly sensitive data on undersea warfare, the Washington Post reported on Friday, citing unnamed U.S. officials. The hackers, according to the Post, also stole plans for a supersonic anti-ship missile for use on U.S. submarines with the breaches taking place in January and February. The officials spoke to the publication on condition of anonymity because the investigation into the breach is ongoing and is being led by the Navy and assisted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

DNC panel adopts rule requiring candidates to run, serve as a Democrat

DNC panel adopts rule requiring candidates to run, serve as a Democrat | 08 June 2018 | The Democratic National Committee (DNC) adopted a new rule on Friday aimed at keeping outsider candidates like Bernie Sanders from trying to clinch the Democratic presidential nomination in 2020 [which he would have done, had the Deep State/DNC not stole it]. The new rule, adopted by the DNC's Rules and Bylaws Committee, requires all Democratic presidential candidates to be a member of the Democratic Party, Yahoo News reported. A presidential candidate running for the Democratic nomination must be a member of the party, accept the Democratic nomination and “run and serve” as a member.

Memes 'will be banned' under new EU copyright law, warn campaigners

Memes 'will be banned' under new EU copyright law, warn campaigners | 08 June 2018 | A new copyright law from the European Union would lead to the banning of memes on the internet, campaigners are warning. The EU Copyright Directive intends to protect the intellectual property rights of people who upload their material to the internet. However, campaigners are warning the law will require "all content uploaded to the internet to be monitored and potentially deleted if a likeness to existing copyright is protected". The law would "destroy the internet as we know it" warn the campaigners, who add it would "allow big companies to control what we see and do online".

'Russia should be in G7, whether you like it or not' - Trump says on way to summit

'Russia should be in G7, whether you like it or not' - Trump says on way to summit | 08 June 2018 | Donald Trump says Russia should be at the negotiating table in the G7 meeting whether the world powers "like it or not." The US president made the statement as he was preparing to fly to Canada for the summit. "It used to be [the] G8 because Russia was in it, now Russia isn't in it… But Russia should be in this meeting. Why are we having a meeting while Russia isn't at the meeting," the US leader told reporters, adding that he will recommend Russia's inclusion in the summit. "Whether you like it or not, it may not be politically correct, but we have a world to run. And it’s the G7, which used to be the G8, threw Russia out, they should let Russia come back in because we should have Russia at the negotiating table," he stated. [*Exactly.*]

Mueller files new charges against Manafort, associate

Mueller files new charges against Manafort, associate | 08 June 2018 | Special Counsel Robert Mueller filed new charges against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and an associate on Friday, accusing them of obstructing justice in the investigation into [alleged] Russian meddling and potential collusion with Trump campaign associates in 2016. The latest indictment against Manafort adds an associate, Konstantin Kilimnik, 48, of Moscow. Both were charged with conspiracy to obstruct justice and obstruction of justice, according to federal court filings. The third superseding indictment against Manafort comes days after Mueller accused the former campaign chairman of witness tampering.

Ex-Senate Aide Charged in Leak Case Where Times Reporter's Records Were Seized

Ex-Senate Aide Charged in Leak Case Where Times Reporter's Records Were Seized | 07 June 2018 | A former Senate Intelligence Committee aide was arrested on Thursday in an investigation of classified information leaks where prosecutors also secretly seized years' worth of a New York Times reporter's phone and email records. The former aide, James A. Wolfe, 57, was charged with lying repeatedly to investigators about his contacts with three reporters. According to the authorities, Mr. Wolfe made false statements to the F.B.I. about providing two of them with sensitive information related to the committee's work. He denied to investigators that he ever gave classified material to journalists, the indictment said. Mr. Wolfe, the Intelligence Committee's director of security, was slated to appear before a federal judge on Friday in Washington.

Former Senate Intel aide indicted in DOJ leak case

Former Senate Intel aide indicted in DOJ leak case | 07 June 2018 | A former senior Senate Intelligence Committee aide was charged Thursday for allegedly lying to FBI agents late last year about his contacts with three reporters, according to court documents. James Wolfe, 58, who served as the director of security for the Senate panel for 29 years, was indicted as part of a federal probe into the leaking of classified information, the Justice Department announced. Wolfe stopped doing work for the committee in December 2017 and stepped down from his post in May, according to The New York Times.

D-Day for James Comey set for June 14 with release of Justice Department inspector general report

D-Day for James Comey set for June 14 with release of Justice Department inspector general report --The president said he hopes the report is not being 'made weaker' | 07 June 2018 | Former FBI Director James Comey's date with Washington's political buzzsaw will be June 14. That's when an internal Justice Department review of the agency's Clinton email probe is set for public release. President Donald Trump can't wait: June 14 will be his 72nd birthday. The Justice Department informed the Senate Judiciary Committee of its schedule on Thursday, and said Inspector General Michael Horowitz will testify in a public hearing on June 18. House Judiciary Committee members will get their chance to quiz Horowitz a day later. The result could be a flurry of written demands for public testimony -- from Comey and former attorney general Loretta Lynch -- and then even more explosive testimony in public from both former top-shelf Obama administration luminaries. Horowitz's report is widely expected to criticize Comey and other senior leaders for their handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton's mishandling of classified information while she was secretary of state.

Mueller asks witnesses to hand over their personal phones - report

Mueller asks witnesses to hand over their personal phones - report | 06 June 2018 | Special counsel Robert Mueller's team has asked witnesses in its probe to turn over their personal phones for examination of encrypted messaging apps, CNBC reported Thursday. Sources told the news outlet that Mueller's team has been interested in conversations that took place among Trump associates on WhatsApp, Confide, Signal and Dust, which allow users to communicate using encryption. At least some witnesses have reportedly already complied with the request.

What killed the computer hacker who turned in Chelsea Manning still a mystery

What killed the computer hacker who turned in Chelsea Manning still a mystery | 06 June 2018 | Exactly what killed the computer hacker who gave up Army whistleblower Chelsea Manning to the FBI remains a mystery. Forensic pathologists who performed Adrian Lamo's autopsy were unable to determine how the 37-year-old died in March in Wichita. His autopsy report, released Wednesday afternoon, lists Lamo's cause and manner of death as "undetermined." "Despite a complete autopsy and supplemental testing, no definitive cause of death was identified," Scott Kipper, deputy coroner and medical examiner at the Sedgwick County Regional Forensic Science Center, wrote in the report...Examiners who performed Lamo's autopsy found a sticker on his left thigh under this clothes that reads: "Adrian Lamo Project Vigilant Assistant Director Threat Analysis/Investigation 70 Bates Street Northwest, Washington DC 20001." Project Vigilant is a Florida-based semi-secret government contractor that claims it encouraged Lamo to disclose the source of the WikiLeaks leak.

Fox's Hannity advises witnesses in Mueller probe to follow Hillary Clinton's lead and smash their phones, 'use BleachBit'

Fox's Hannity advises witnesses in Mueller probe to follow Hillary Clinton's lead and smash their phones, 'use BleachBit' | 06 June 2018 | Fox News host Sean Hannity appeared on Wednesday to [sarcastically] advise witnesses in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation to destroy their personal phones before handing them over to prosecutors. "If I advised them to follow Hillary Clinton’s lead, delete all your emails and then acid-wash your emails and hard drives on the phones, then take your phones and bash them with a hammer to little itsy bitsy pieces, use BleachBit, remove the sim cards and then take the pieces and hand them over to Robert Mueller," Hannity said on air. The conservative television host's comments came after CNBC reported that Mueller's team had asked witnesses in its probe to turn over their personal phones for examination of encrypted messaging apps.

Big Tech firms march to the beat of Pentagon, CIA despite dissension

Big Tech firms march to the beat of Pentagon, CIA despite dissension | 05 June 2018 | Google and Amazon [Deep State terrorists] have become crucial cogs in the U.S. national security establishment...The Pentagon currently is testing a customized Google AI surveillance engine [Project Maven] that sifts through massive amounts of footage from tactical drones to produce what it calls "actionable intelligence and insights at speed." The tests are under way at six locations in Africa and the Middle East... For its part, Amazon Web Services, a subsidiary of the Seattle-based e-commerce giant, runs a secret "cloud" for the CIA that allows the agency to share top secret information with other parts of the intelligence community. It won the $600 million contract in 2013. An even bigger project is in the offing: Amazon Web Services is a front-runner to build a massive secure cloud for the Defense Department that some analysts say could rise toward $10 billion over coming years.

Be prepared for transgender numbers to skyrocket in future generations, NHS health boss says

Be prepared for transgender numbers to skyrocket in future generations, NHS health boss says --Based on current estimates, 1.97million people across the UK would be using gender identity services. | 06 June 2018 | The UK must "be prepared" for more Britons to question their gender in the coming years. James Palmer, the medical director for specialized services at NHS England, said at a conference on Monday that the expansion and improvement of NHS gender health services could cause demand to "accelerate". "We've got to be prepared to start thinking about designing a healthcare service that will allow somewhere around one to three per cent of the population at some point in their lives having a discussion about their gender. Referrals to adult services have increased by 240 per cent over the last five year period," he said.

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