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White House remains concerned North Korea will conduct another missile test

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan said on Sunday the Biden administration remains concerned that North Korea will move forward with another intercontinental ballistic missile test. “I have been concerned for some time that North Korea would conduct what would be its seventh nuclear test,” Sullivan said during an interview with CBS. “I don’t see any immediate indications that’s going to happen, but it would not

The Indian Spider-Man charming fans worldwide

An Indian Spider-Man is making waves this summer as he swings onto screens in a dhoti (sarong-like garment), gold cuffs and an enviable mop of jet black hair, spouting cultural lessons for his guests from across the multiverse. He appears in Sony Pictures’ Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse – which has spent recent weeks breaking box office records in India. It grossed $2.8m (£2.17m) in its opening weekend alone – the

Russia arrests 7 who aimed to kill two top journalists -TASS

(Reuters) -A Moscow court on Saturday issued criminal charges against seven people “motivated by national hatred” to kill two prominent Russian journalists in a Ukrainian-backed plot, Russia’s state-owned TASS news agency said. The court approved the detention until Sept. 14, under criminal charges of “hooliganism,” of five minors born in 2005 and 2006 and two men it said were part of an organised group, TASS said. TASS said Russia’s FSB