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WASHINGTON POST: North Korea leader impressed with South’s delegation welcome

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said Tuesday it is important to continue a reconciliatory mood between the Koreas and expressed satisfaction with the North Korean delegation’s visit to the South, in his first remarks since the high-level guests led by his sister returned to the North.

REUTERS: White House dismisses idea of U.S.-Israel discussing settlement annexation

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JERUSALEM (Reuters) - The United States dismissed as false an Israeli assertion on Monday that the two countries were discussing the possibility of Israel annexing Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank, in a rare display of discord between U.S. President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

AP: Putin meets Palestinian leader, conveys greetings from Trump

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MOSCOW (AP) — President Vladimir Putin on Monday passed greetings from U.S. President Donald Trump to the visiting Palestinian leader, who responded that he doesn't want to cooperate with Washington following its decision to recognize Jerusalem as the Israeli capital.
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AP: Workers comb snowy field for clues to Russian plane crash

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MOSCOW (AP) — Wading through knee-deep snow, hundreds of emergency workers searched a vast field near Moscow on Monday for remains of the 71 victims from the crash of a Russian airliner, and aviation experts began deciphering the jet's two flight recorders.
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WASHINGTON POST: A U.S. politician mocked Meghan Markle with image of prehistoric black Briton. Twitter banned him.

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Paul Nehlen, a fringe challenger of House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.), drew criticism this week after tweeting an image of the actress photoshopped with the face of Cheddar Man, the first modern Briton.

WASHINGTON POST: North Korea: US criticism of its rights shows fear of nukes

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North Korea says President Donald Trump’s decision to invite a defector from the North to the State of the Union address and Vice President Mike Pence taking the father of Otto Warmbier to the Olympics show the U.S. is “horrified and confused” by Pyongyang’s nuclear forces.

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