Trump has pushed Xi to increase pressure on North Korea, in the hopes of convincing it to abanon its nuclear ambitions (AFP Photo/)Beijing (AFP) - China on Tuesday dismissed an international meeting on the North Korean nuclear crisis hosted by Canada and the United States as illegitimate, as major players like Beijing were not present.
Rescuers attempting to reach the Sanchi's 32 crew were being beaten back by toxic clouds (AFP Photo/CCTV)An Iranian oil tanker ablaze off the Chinese coast is at risk of exploding or sinking, authorities said Monday, as they reported there was no sign of survivors 36 hours after the vessel erupted in flames. The huge fire still raged around the stricken ship, which had been carrying 136,000 tonnes of light crude oil, with thick black smoke billowing from the vessel and the surrounding sea.
The huge fire was still raging Monday morning around the stricken vessel, which had been carrying 136,000 tons of light crude oil, some 36 hours after it collided with a cargo ship. But China's English-language state broadcaster CGTN later posted a video on Twitter showing the fire seemingly under control as a second vessel sprayed it with water. Earlier the transport ministry said rescuers trying to locate the crew of 30 Iranians and two Bangladeshis were being beaten back by toxic clouds.
That surveillance tower is hilarious. The arboreteum is literally miles from everything except the Washington Times. If they wanted to look into Congress and the WH, they could just rent an office space in a high building downtown https://twitter.com/SRuhle/status/953066516592939008
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Selecting a term
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