N. Korea: Heart attack, not nerve agent, killed Kim Jong Nam

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N. Korea: Heart attack, not nerve agent, killed Kim Jong Nam

Washington Post
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia – A North Korean envoy rejected a Malaysian autopsy finding that VX nerve agent killed Kim Jong Nam, saying Thursday the man probably died of a heart attack because he suffered from heart disease, diabetes and high blood …

Democrats call for Sessions to resign over meetings with Russian envoy

(CNN) Senior Democrats have called for Attorney General Jeff Sessions to resign after it emerged he failed to disclose two meetings with Russia’s ambassador to Washington during the US election campaign.

Obama Administration Rushed to Preserve Intelligence of Russian Election Hacking

New York Times
President Obama in December. Some in his administration feared that intelligence about Russian interference in the 2016 election could be covered up or destroyed.

Ministers will seek to overturn Brexit bill defeat

BBC News
The government will “resist” any changes to its Brexit bill and seek to overturn the defeat inflicted by the House of Lords, ministers have vowed.

A raid in remote Yemen and a SEAL’s death still reverberate for Trump

Washington Post
Almost as soon as the team of U.S. and Emirati commandos slipped into the darkened village, their weapons shouldered in the moonless night, a surprise counterattack erupted and a veteran Navy SEAL was hit.

White House Explores Using Military Force Against North Korea

New York Magazine
Earlier this week a senior administration official who may or may not be Donald Trump himself told CNN that the president considers North Korea the “greatest immediate threat” to the U.S.

Marine Le Pen loses immunity from prosecution over IS images

BBC News
The European Parliament has lifted French far-right leader Marine Le Pen’s immunity from prosecution after she tweeted pictures of so-called Islamic State (IS) violence.

DHS has only found $20M in existing funds for border wall: report

The Hill
The Department of Homeland Security has only found $20 million in existing funds to put toward construction of a wall on the United States’ border with Mexico, according to a document obtained by Reuters.

Northern Ireland bids to break political deadlock in snap election

BELFAST Northern Ireland goes to the polls for the second time in a year on Thursday to try to break a deadlock that could see devolved power revert to London for the first time in a decade just as Britain negotiates its exit from the European Union.

How some Christians prepare their hearts and stomachs for the holy season of Lent

Deseret News
Caryl Marsh and Josie Stone cook English pancakes for the Shrove Tuesday pancake supper at the Cathedral Church of St. Mark in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017.

The Latest: Turkish troops to head to Manbij, target Kurds

Washington Post
GENEVA – The Latest developments in Syria and at the Geneva talks. (all times local):. 1:15 p.m.. Turkey’s foreign minister says with the completion of an operation to retake the Islamic State-held town of al-Bab, Turkish troops will head to Syrian

Sweden brings back military conscription amid Baltic tensions

BBC News
The Swedish government has decided to reintroduce military conscription – a move backed by the country’s MPs. The decision means that 4,000 men and women will be called up for service from 1 January 2018, a defence ministry spokeswoman told the BBC …

Korea’s Lotte Runs Into Trouble in China After Angering Beijing Over Missile Deal

On Tuesday, Lotte agreed to provide a piece of land that the government in Seoul wants to use for the deployment of an American-made missile system known as THAAD.

Philippines demands proof for rights group’s assertion of police ‘executions’

A policeman stands guard near the body of a suspected drug pusher, whom police investigators said was shot and killed by unidentified men, along a street in Quezon city, metro Manila, Philippines March 1, 2017.

Sex abuse survivor Marie Collins quits Pope Francis’ commission to protect minors

CBS News
ROME — A founding member of a three-year-old commission set up by Pope Francis to protect minors from sexual abuse in the Catholic Church has quit, accusing the Vatican of “stonewalling” the commission.

Trudeau and Ambrose campaign in Calgary as byelection race heats up

The prime minister and the leader of the federal Conservatives campaigned in Calgary on Wednesday, rallying their respective troops for two upcoming byelections.

No sign of austerity as Saudi king travels with 1500 in tow

Irish Times
You could call it bling diplomacy. As part of a month long tour in Asia to promote economic ties, King Salman of Saudi Arabia arrived in Indonesia on Wednesday to great fanfare, accompanied, the news media said, by a retinue with a net worth in the

The Latest: EU lifts Le Pen’s immunity from prosecution

Washington Post
PARIS – The Latest on the French presidential election campaign (all times local):. 12:05 p.m.. The European Parliament has voted to lift French far-right leader Marine Le Pen’s immunity from prosecution.

‘All-out offensive’ in Xinjiang risks worsening grievances

BBC News
China is in the midst of what it calls a “people’s war on terror” in its far west. What sparked this latest campaign was a knife attack.

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