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May 10, 2019
Donald Trump ‘open to talk’ to Iran amid mounting tensions over nuclear arms, accuses John Kerry of being in touch with TehranUS president Donald Trump said Thursday that he is open to talks with the Iranian leadership, amid mounting tensions between Washington and Tehran.
Dec 14, 2017
UN chief Antonio Guterres warns against 'sleepwalking' into war with North Korea, calls for peaceful denuclearisationUN chief Antonio Guterres on Thursday warned the world against "sleepwalking into war" over North Korea
Feb 12, 2017
Donald Trump assures full support to Japan after North Korea tests ballistic missileUS President Donald Trump on Saturday assured its "great ally" Japan of America's full support after North Korea in an apparent provocation test fired a ballistic missile, which was denounced by the visiting Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe as "absolutely intolerable."
Nov 18, 2015
US shouldn't sell nuclear armed F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan: Republican leaderWith the Obama Administration contemplating selling F-16 fighter jets to Pakistan, the top Republican leadership has expressed concern over it.
Aug 15, 2014
UN chief urges conference on nuclear-free MideastSecretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged to hold a conference on establishing a nuclear-weapons-free-zone in the Middle East this year.
Jul 21, 2014
N-Korea defends missile tests, warns 'gangster' United StatesNorth Korea's top military body today defended its recent missile tests as a legitimate exercise in self-defence, and said South Korean and US charges of provocation were malicious and hypocritical.
Mar 26, 2014
India committed to world free of nuclear weapons: KhurshidNuclear terrorism and clandestine proliferation continue to pose a serious threat to international security and there is a need to strengthen international nuclear security architecture, External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid has said.
Sep 11, 2013
'Syria renouncing nuclear arms shows strength'Syria's acceptance of a proposal to relinquish its chemical weapons stockpile should not be interpreted as a concession or sign of weakness, a senior government official said today.