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Category: entertainmentSource: pep pepApr 12th, 2018

Trump back in Scotland ahead of talks with Putin

TURNBERRY, Scotland --- A roving press conference. Reporters piling into golf carts and running along fairways trying to keep up. A protester scattering golf balls marked with swastikas. The last time Donald Trump traveled to Scotland was in 2016, hours after the Brexit vote and shortly after he became the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. He created a media maelstrom as he held court with the press, compared pro-Brexit voters to his own supporters and mixed campaigning with business promotion in a way that was signature Trump. This time, his trip is likely to be less dramatic, as he spends the weekend out of the spotlight preparing for his high-stakes summit with Ru...Keep on reading: Trump back in Scotland ahead of talks with Putin.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJul 14th, 2018

I Will Not Resign Because It Will Make Robredo President: Duterte

President Rodrigo Duterte on Tuesday said he will not step down because it will make Vice President Leni Robredo the next president of the country. “Look, I will not resign because it will make her president,” Duterte said an media interview after gracing the National MSME Summit 2018 at the ASEAN Convention Center in Clark […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  metrocebuRelated NewsJul 11th, 2018

Kim meets Xi in Beijing after Singapore summit

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing yesterday, a visit seen by some as an effort to put China at ease over North Korea's ties with the US after the two countries held a historic summit just a week ago. As the visit is taking place in the midst of a major trade row between China and the US that is threatening to turn into a full-fledged trade war, some analysts think the Chinese could be taking this opportunity to let the United States see that its trade actions could affect other areas of its bilateral relationship with China. Mr Kim's two-day visit that began yesterday was reported on state media including China Central Television (CCTV)...Keep on reading: Kim meets Xi in Beijing after Singapore summit.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 20th, 2018

Kim Jong Un heads to Beijing—reports

SEOUL --- North Korean leader Kim Jong-un may visit Beijing soon to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping to discuss cooperation after his historic summit with U.S. President Donald Trump, a media report said Tuesday. A special Air Koryo flight headed to Beijing from Pyongyang on Tuesday, fanning speculations that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un is making his third trip to China. Japanese media had reported earlier in the day that Beijing and Pyongyang were making arrangements for a meeting between Kim and Chinese President Xi Jinping. According to the reports, Kim is scheduled to arrive in Beijing some time Tuesday. If the meeting is held, it will be the third time for Kim to meet ...Keep on reading: Kim Jong Un heads to Beijing—reports.....»»

Category: newsSource:  inquirerRelated NewsJun 19th, 2018

On social media, Trump has biggest gains during summit with Kim

Who had the greater share of voice during the historic US-North Korea meeting? Whose tweets and posts were most shared?.....»»

Category: newsSource:  interaksyonRelated NewsJun 15th, 2018

Japan working to arrange Abe-Kim talks – reports

TOKYO: Japan is working to arrange a meeting between Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Kim Jong Un after the North Korean leader said he was open to talks, local media reported Thursday. The Sankei Shimbun said Kim discussed the possibility during historic talks Tuesday with US President Donald Trump. “During the summit with Trump, Kim [...] The post Japan working to arrange Abe-Kim talks – reports appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsJun 14th, 2018

World no longer on the brink

NUCLEAR RUIN AVERTED SEOUL, Korea– Donald Trump accepted an invitation from Kim Jong Un to visit North Korea during their historic summit, Pyongyang state media reported Wednesday, as the US president said the world had jumped back from the brink of “nuclear catastrophe”. Tuesday’s unprecedented encounter in Singapore saw the leader of the world’s most […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  tribuneRelated NewsJun 13th, 2018

Trump: World dodged ‘nuclear catastrophe’

SEOUL: Donald Trump accepted an invitation from Kim Jong Un to visit North Korea during their historic summit, Pyongyang state media reported Wednesday, as the US president said the world had jumped back from the brink of “nuclear catastrophe.” Critics have said the unprecedented encounter in Singapore was more style than substance, producing a document [...] The post Trump: World dodged ‘nuclear catastrophe’ appeared first on The Manila Times Online......»»

Category: newsSource:  manilatimes_netRelated NewsJun 13th, 2018

N Korea media highlights Trump concessions on war games – Al Jazeera

North Korea’s state media lauded the summit between its leader, Kim Jong-un, and US President Donald Trump as a resounding success, highlighting concessions […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  mindanaoexaminerRelated NewsJun 13th, 2018

Bullish Trump

SEOUL -- Donald Trump accepted an invitation from Kim Jong Un to visit North Korea during their historic summit, Pyongyang state media reported Wednesday, as the US president said the world had jumped back from the brink of "nuclear catastrophe." Tuesday's unprecedented encounter in Singapore saw the leader of the….....»»

Category: newsSource:  journalRelated NewsJun 13th, 2018

Pyongyang-bound Trump says world dodged nuclear catastrophe

SEOUL, South Korea – Donald Trump accepted  an invitation from Kim Jong-un to visit North Korea during their historic summit , Pyongyang state media reported Wednesday, June 13, as the US president said the world had jumped back from the brink of "nuclear catastrophe". Critics have said the unprecedented encounter in Singapore was more style ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 13th, 2018

‘Pyongyang-bound’ Trump says world avoided ‘nuclear catastrophe’

SEOUL: Donald Trump accepted an invitation from Kim Jong Un to visit North Korea during their historic summit, Pyongyang state media reported Wednesday, as the US president said the world had jumped back from the brink of “nuclear catastrophe.” Tuesday’s unprecedented encounter in Singapore saw the leader of the world’s most powerful democracy shake hands… link: ‘Pyongyang-bound’ Trump says world avoided ‘nuclear catastrophe’.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsJun 13th, 2018

N.Korea highlights Trump concessions on war games after summit

North Korean state media lauded the summit between Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump as a resounding success, highlighting concessions by the US president and the prospect of a new era of peace and prosperity on the Korean peninsula. Source link link: N.Korea highlights Trump concessions on war games after summit.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsJun 13th, 2018

North Korea state media says Trump agreed to lift sanctions against North

SEOUL— North Korean state media said on Wednesday U.S. President Donald Trump had agreed to lift sanctions against the North in addition to providing security guarantees in the summit with the North’s leader, Kim Jong Un, the previous day. Trump was cited by North Korea’s official KCNA news agency as saying he made the promise after pledging to […].....»»

Category: newsSource:  interaksyonRelated NewsJun 13th, 2018

IN PHOTOS: Tensions then smiles at Trump-Kim summit

SINGAPORE (UPDATED) – Steadily, almost warily, the two leaders approached each other on a colonnaded verandah,  their hands outstretched  as a gaggle of media watched from a platform and the rest of the world looked on. Weeks in the making after  decades of war, antagonism and venom , the first encounter between  North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump  was a crucial moment. Within the ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 12th, 2018

Singapore Postcard: Tasting coconut, chicken rice and spice

The tiny city-state of Singapore is hosting its largest media contingent ever for the summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. They will be well fed, if nothing else. Singapore Postcard: Tasting coconut, chicken rice and spice SINGAPORE — The tiny city-state of Singapore is hosting its largest media contingent… link: Singapore Postcard: Tasting coconut, chicken rice and spice.....»»

Category: newsSource:  manilainformerRelated NewsJun 11th, 2018

Placid Singapore braces for Trump-Kim summit

SINGAPORE – Singapore hotel rooms are being snapped up, police are preparing to lock down the city and thousands of journalists are set to jet in for the greatest media circus on Earth – the US-North Korea summit . Top officials are scrambling to salvage the historic meeting between President Donald Trump ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsJun 1st, 2018

Paul paves way for Rockets, but will he be there in the end?

By Sekou Smith, NBA.com HOUSTON — If he doesn’t take another step on that tender right hamstring in these Western Conference finals, Chris Paul did what he came here to do. That won’t be enough for him, of course. No Hall of Fame-level competitor is ever satisfied with just reaching the precipice of a dream. They want it all. And you know Chris Paul’s every intention is to get to the summit. You don’t wait as long as he has, fight through as many barriers as he has throughout his career and get to the final seconds of a defining game like Game 5 of the Western Conference finals, and not feel the burn when you have to watch the outcome from the bench. Paul’s right hamstring didn’t allow him to take in the final, frantic 22.4 seconds of the Houston Rockets’ 98-94 win over the Golden State Warriors Thursday night (Friday, PHL time) at Toyota Center. He tweaked it trying to drive to the basket on Quinn Cook with the Rockets clinging to a 95-94 lead. Another injury for the man who has seen so many of his playoff dreams vanish in a haze of different injuries over the course of his career. It has to sting. He went from shimmying at Stephen Curry after knocking down a wild three-pointer to being forced to watch the end unfold without him on the court to finish what he’d started. But the Rockets are here, up 3-2 in this series and four quarters away from dethroning the defending three-time Western Conference champion Warriors. Paul's availability for Saturday’s (Sunday, PHL time) Game 6 remained a mystery late into the night; he received treatment after the game and did not speak to the media. “He’ll be evaluated tomorrow,” said Rockets coach Mike D’Antoni, who for the second straight game in this series relied on just a seven-man rotation. “But obviously you saw him limp off, and he’s a tough guy. So they’ll do whatever they can do. If he’s there, great, good for him. If he isn’t, we have enough guys, it’s time for somebody else to step up. We’ve got plenty of guys over there that will have some fresh legs, that’s for sure. So we’ll be alright. We’ve just got to continue doing what we’re doing and we’ll find our way.” The Rockets found their way with Paul lighting the path of another heavyweight fight. Rockets fans left the building on an emotional high thanks to Paul, who scored 18 of his 20 points after halftime, after a brutal 1-for-7 shooting performance in the first half that made you wonder if he came into this game injured already. Once again he willed these Rockets past adversity, the same way he did in the close-out game of the conference semifinal against Utah when he piled up 20 of his playoff career-high 41 points down the stretch of a Game 5 masterpiece. “Well his spirits aren’t great,” D’Antoni said. “He wanted to be out there, and for sure he’s worried and all that. That’s normal. And like I said, we’ll see [Friday] how it goes. But what he did was remarkable. When we were kind of teetering, he made two or three three's. That’s just his heart. He made something out of nothing. His heart, his will to win, I don’t know how many times everybody’s got to see it in this league. He’s one of the best players that have played the game. Just his will alone and what it means to basketball, I don’t know. If you can’t root for him, I think you’ve got some problems.” The Warriors are loaded with problems then. Because they’ve surely seen enough of Paul in the deciding moments of the last two games in this series. Paul led the charge in Game 4 at Oracle Arena and did it again in the third quarter of Game 5, keeping the Rockets right with the Warriors during the period they’ve owned by draining three of his four attempts from beyond the three-point line during an unconscious third-quarter stretch. “It was well-deserved,” Curry said, a showman tipping his cap to a fellow showman. “It was a tough shot. If you can shimmy on somebody else, you’ve got to be alright getting shimmied on. So I’ll keep shimmying and maybe he will too, so we’ll see what happens.” It was more than just the shimmying, though. Time after time Paul got the switch he wanted, backed up and went at bigger Warriors defenders and got whatever he wanted. “Well, Chris is a Hall of Fame player, this is what they do,” said Warriors coach Steve Kerr. “They put James [Harden] and Chris in pick-and-roll every single time. So they’re going to challenge you. We did a great job. They combined to shoot 11-for-40. He hit two 35-foot three's that were just unbelievable. You’ve got to live with that.” The Rockets have lived off of it all season. They knew it would the moment Paul was acquired in that blockbuster trade with the LA Clippers that set this Rockets’ Western Conference takeover attempt in motion. The aesthetics be damned. Keep your analytics. Sometimes the biggest moments require the unthinkable, unbelievable shots Kerr spoke of. “That’s the most difficult shots you can imagine,” Harden said of Paul’s three-point heroics and his entire arsenal of shot-clock beating artistry. “He’s been doing it all year, and he just manages to get those shots off and make big plays. He was built for it.” If only his body was built for the pounding that comes with the work he has to do, often as the smallest man on the floor. Paul’s body always seems to betray him at the very worst times. Dragging up the long list of bumps, bruises and season-derailing instances won't do any good now. It won’t do the Rockets any good, with or without him in Game 6, or even a Game 7, back here Monday (Tuesday, PHL time) if needed. Paul’s right leg will be on the minds of each and every one of his teammates as they prepare for the next step on this wild ride that began with a humbling Game 1 defeat that temporarily cost them home court advantage they’ve since snatched back. Can they win three straight and finish this? Is it even a realistic possibility without Paul available? “There is concern, obviously,” Rockets veteran Trevor Ariza said. “I hope he’s healthy. I hope he gets better and if not, somebody else has to step up and do what we’ve been doing all year, step in and try and help this team win.” Sekou Smith is a veteran NBA reporter and NBA TV analyst. You can e-mail him here, find his archive here and follow him on Twitter. The views on this page do not necessarily reflect the views of the NBA, its clubs or Turner Broadcasting......»»

Category: sportsSource:  abscbnRelated NewsMay 25th, 2018

North Korea dismantles nuclear test site – reports

SEOUL, South Korea – North Korea has dismantled its nuclear test site, media invited to attend the ceremony said Thursday, May 24, in a planned move portrayed by the isolated regime as a goodwill gesture ahead of a potential summit next month with the US. Pyongyang announced its plan to "completely" ........»»

Category: newsSource:  rapplerRelated NewsMay 24th, 2018

Cagayan ecozone seen as fintech hub

CEZA administrator and chief executive officer Raul Lambino briefing the media at the sidelines of 'A New Venture in the Valley Unfolds: CEZA FinTech Summit 2018″ The Cagayan Economi.....»»

Category: newsSource:  philippinetimesRelated NewsMay 22nd, 2018