Conflicting numbers in the aftermath of attacks are not uncommon in Syria. French President Francois Hollande disputed that French planes were responsible, while a spokesman for the U.S.-led coalition said there were "multiple national aircraft" striking in Manbij, making it hard for the Syrian government to detect who conducted specific strikes.
A bullet grazed Cpl. Local motorcycle enthusiast Everett Landry organized the ride as a show of support for law enforcement and a way to honor those officers lost in the recent attacks. "But the president dedicated a lot of time to this, both in substance and in symbolism", Earnest told Fox News' Kevin Corke during Monday's White House briefing.
North Korea fired three short-range ballistic missiles into the East Sea early Tuesday morning, six days after South Korea and the USA made a decision to deploy a Terminal High-Altitude Area Defense battery here. It said as the South Korean military also expects various forms of provocative acts from the North in the areas near the border that divides the two Koreas, commanders discussed countermeasures and agreed to beef up surveillance and preparations against any military threats from the ...
North Korea said Wednesday that the three ballistic missiles it fired early Tuesday were part of a target practice for potential preventive strikes against South Korean ports and airfields. In addition to the June tests, North Korea had already fired four other Musudan missiles in 2016, including one on the anniversary of Kim Il Sung's birthday in April - all were reported to have failed.
A month ago, before Wikileaks had published the emails that led to Debbie Wasserman-Schultz ouster, the Washington Post reported that two private firms hired by the Democrats to investigate the breach had separately concluded Russian hackers were behind it.
The disclosures prompted the resignation of DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz on the eve of the party's convention in Philadelphia , where Clinton is expected to officially accept the nomination for president. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange told NBC News that there was "no evidence" so far that Russian Federation was behind the leak , but would not elaborate on how the anti-secrecy website obtained the almost 20,000 DNC emails.