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“We want a North America that is globally competitive, so that our two economies which are already so integrated, where so many businesses and jobs and supply chains rely on each other, can compete with the world and can be successful
Although numbers are far smaller than those coming across the Mexican border into the south of the United States, the resulting political tension in Ottawa echoes the disputes over migration in W
vehicles that are prone to theft. WASHINGTON, March 20 (Reuters) – A group of 22 U.S.
state attorneys general on Monday blasted Hyundai Motor and Kia Corp and said they need do more to address problems with millions of U.S.
sanctions would reward Pyongyang “for doing nothing to comply with Ѕecurity Council resolutions.” She accused Pyongyang of depriving North Koreans of needed humanitarian assistance. Thomas-Greenfield said lifting U.N.
The recent alarm over a Chinese balloon that crossed the United States on an alleged spying mission before being shot down, followed by the downing of two more unidentified objects, has put a spotlight on the joint US-Canada air defense system, known
UNITED NATIONS, March 20 (Reuters) – The United States, China and Russia argued during a United Nations Security Council meeting on Monday over who was to blame for spurring North Korea’s dozens of ballistic missile launches and development of a nuclear weapons program.
For the past several years the council has been divided over how to deal with Pyongyang. Russia and China, veto powers along with the United States, Britain and France, have said more sanctions will not help and want such measures to be eased.
China and Russia blamed joint military drills by the United States and South Korea for provoking Pyongyang while Washington accuses Beijing and Moscow of emboldening North Korea by shielding it from more sanctions.