President Barack Obama on Saturday sought to reassure Latin America that USA policy in the region will not significantly change once his predecessor, President-elect Donald Trump, assumes power. But earlier this year, China moved to sanction a conglomerate based in its frontier city of Dandong that had an estimated $530 million in trade with North Korea between 2011 and 2015.
He and European Union leaders also said that attacks on the city of Aleppo by Syrian government troops and Russian Federation "should be immediately halted". People will be watching "what he says" and "how he fills out his administration", Obama added. He didn't mention specific weapons programs, but military officials have said Russian Federation is developing new warheads for its ballistic missiles, which would be capable of making sharp maneuvers on their way to the target to dodge enemy ...
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The rally gathered around 43,000 people, police said, while the organizers put the attendance at well over 100,000. Prosecutors suspect that An collaborated with Choi Soon-sil, longtime friend of Park and the woman at the heart of the scandal, to pressure local companies to donate almost 80 billion won ($70 million) to two nonprofit organizations.
Despite the ceasefire, US-Saudi aggression warplanes launched two raids on Khab and Alshaf district of al-Jawf province, an Official told Saba on Saturday. Any "military movements" by Houthi forces will be "addressed by the coalition", said the SPA statement, adding that controls the coalition imposes on Yemen's ports and airports to stop arms getting to the enemy will remain in place.