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Tuesday, December 27, 2016
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Defectors tell of challenges before and after fleeing North Korea In a crowd full of one-time enemies, the former North Korean soldier quickly gained sympathy when describing his mandatory 10-year military service. Many of the American soldiers groaned or cried “no way,” then leaned forward, eager to hear the rest of Ken Eom’s story.
Obama says he would have beaten Trump President Barack Obama said in an interview released Mondaythat he would have beaten Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump "if I had run again," delivering an implicit criticism of Hillary Clinton's campaign, which he said acted too cautiously out of a mistaken belief that victory was all but certain.
Abe's Pearl Harbor visit will be a defining moment Shinzo Abe’s visit to the USS Arizona Memorial on Tuesday — the first by a sitting Japanese prime minister — will be a moral and strategic defining moment for a country still atoning for war 75 years after the attack on Pearl Harbor, experts say.
They served an abusive regime. The UN made them peacekeepers anyway. The three officers had received blue badges and slipped blue covers over their helmets. They were now U.N. peacekeepers, sent from Burundi to help protect victims of a brutal war in the Central African Republic. But each of them had a past the United Nations was unaware of.