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  • The latest North Korean denuclearisation deal
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  • This undated picture released by North Korea’s official Korean Central News Agency on March 4 shows Kim Jong-Un visiting Panmunjom, a village on the border between North and South Korea. The North’s foreign ministry said the North’s people were ‘full of hatred resentment’ at the South’s leader amid Seoul’s ongoing joint military exercises with the US, which it says are war games for an invasion.— AFP photo/ KCNA via KNS

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Govt owes a credible reply to lawmakers

SEVERAL treasury bench lawmakers, including a few senior ones, on Thursday blasted the government in Jatiya Sangsad for its failure to ensure uninterrupted power supply even after more than three years of its assumption... Full story

Not quite an indicator of improved law and order

WHEN miscreants force an additional deputy inspector general of police along with his relatives and the driver to get down from a car at gunpoint and drive away with the vehicle, it certainly does not point to an unprecedented... Full story

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The latest North Korean denuclearisation deal

This undated picture released by North Korea’s official Korean Central News Agency on March 4 shows Kim Jong-Un visiting Panmunjom, a village on the border between North and South Korea. The North’s foreign ministry said the North’s people were ‘full of hatred resentment’ at the South’s leader amid Seoul’s ongoing joint military exercises with the US, which it says are war games for an invasion.— AFP photo/ KCNA via KNS
NORTH Korea has agreed to suspend its nuclear weapons programme in a surprise and promising recent breakthrough. This could pave the way for the resumption of stalled and deadlocked talks and a possible lasting nuclear... Full story


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