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Exclusive: Despite sanctions, North Korea exported coal to South and Japan via Russia – intelligence sources

  1. Exclusive: Despite sanctions, North Korea exported coal to South and Japan via Russia – intelligence sources  Reuters
  2. Kim Jong Un’s slush fund running out of fuel after numerous missile, nuclear tests, report says  Fox News
  3. Is Russia Helping North Korea? Moscow Hits Back At Reports It Violates UN Sanctions  Newsweek
  4. Is a unified Korea possible?  The Straits Times
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https://www.reuters.com/article/us-northkorea-missiles-coal-russia/exclusive-despite-sanctions-north-korea-exported-coal-to-south-and-japan-via-russia-intelligence-sources-idUSKBN1FE35N

US-S. Korean war games will go on after Olympics, Pentagon says

  1. US-S. Korean war games will go on after Olympics, Pentagon says  Stars and Stripes
  2. US would support reunified Korean Peninsula — without nukes, State Department says  USA TODAY
  3. Russia Denies Re-Exporting North Korean Coal Despite Sanctions: Ifax  U.S. News & World Report
  4. Is a unified Korea possible?  The Straits Times
  5. North Korean ex-assassin recalls 1968: ‘The year that mattered most’  NBCNews.com
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https://www.stripes.com/news/us-s-korean-war-games-will-go-on-after-olympics-pentagon-says-1.508583

Pakistani Christian Dies After Inhaling Poisonous Gases From Sewer Work

(World Watch Monitor) — A Pakistani Christian, who fell ill after inhaling poisonous gases at work, died on Saturday (Jan. 20) after three days on a life-support machine. Shahzad Masih, 24, who leaves a wife and two young children, worked as a sewer cleaner in the Korangi area of the southern city of Karachi, as an irregular employee (so not entitled to any…

Trump moved to fire Mueller in June, bringing White House counsel to the brink of leaving

  1. Trump moved to fire Mueller in June, bringing White House counsel to the brink of leaving  Washington Post
  2. Trump ordered Mueller fired last year before backing off, news report says  Los Angeles Times
  3. Trump wanted to fire Mueller in June but backed down  NBCNews.com
  4. Trump Ordered Mueller Fired, but Backed Off When White House Counsel Threatened to Quit  New York Times
  5. The Saturday Night Massacre That Wasn’t  The Atlantic
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Trump Ordered Mueller Fired, but Backed Off When White House Counsel Threatened to Quit

  1. Trump Ordered Mueller Fired, but Backed Off When White House Counsel Threatened to Quit  New York Times
  2. Trump moved to fire Mueller in June, bringing White House counsel to the brink of leaving  Washington Post
  3. Trump Intended To Fire Special Counsel Mueller In June, ‘New York Times’ Says  NPR
  4. Mueller seeks to question Trump about Flynn and Comey departures  Washington Post
  5. The right’s not-so-secret effort to discredit Trump-Russia inquiry  The Guardian
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Trump wins over global elites at Davos. All it took was a $1.5 trillion tax cut.

  1. Trump wins over global elites at Davos. All it took was a $1.5 trillion tax cut.  Washington Post
  2. At Davos, Trump can ensure ‘American First’ isn’t ‘America Alone’  The Hill
  3. Donald who? Davos shrugs off President Trump’s visit  BBC News
  4. A Reality Check to Translate the Chatter of Davos  Bloomberg
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https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/trump-wins-over-global-elites-at-davos-all-it-took-was-a-15-trillion-tax-cut/2018/01/25/3c688624-0201-11e8-8acf-ad2991367d9d_story.html

US would support reunified Korean Peninsula — without nukes, State Department says

  1. US would support reunified Korean Peninsula — without nukes, State Department says  USA TODAY
  2. Are You in South Korea? Talk to Us About the Olympics  New York Times
  3. N. Korea planning military event on eve of Pyeongchang Games  The Boston Globe
  4. Is a unified Korea possible?  The Straits Times
  5. North Korea calls for unity with South as hockey players begin Olympics training  Reuters
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