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    1. India says China stand-off will end soon

      AFP via Yahoo News9 hours ago

      Some analysts have said the dispute amounts to the worst crisis in relations between the two nuclear-armed neighbours for decades. On Monday Home Minister Rajnath Singh said India ...

    2. India's home minister said Monday he believed a border stand-off with China would end soon, after new footage emerged showing border guards from both countries fighting on a disputed patch of land in the Himalayas.

    3. North Korea will have -- and will not be dissuaded from possessing -- a deliverable nuclear weapon. The alternative would have been both catastrophic and unacceptable!" -- could well ...

    4. There was a marked deterioration in relations after India signed a nuclear cooperation agreement with the United States in 2005 and ties deepened between the two large democracies ...

    5. After fraught debate, Trump to disclose new Afghanistan plan

      Associated Press via Yahoo News8 minutes ago

      Ahead of the speech, top officials emphasized Trump was pursuing a "regional" approach to stabilize South Asia, where neighboring Pakistan is accused of tolerating the Taliban, and nuclear ...

    6. (CNN)Forget about putting the nuclear genie back in any bottle in Pyongyang. North Korea will have -- and will not be dissuaded from possessing -- a deliverable nuclear weapon.

    7. President Donald Trump's announcement tonight on U.S. strategy in Afghanistan may be at odds with prior positions he has taken on a conflict that has become the longest war in U.S. history.

    8. The disputed Himalayan territory of Kashmir is divided between nuclear-armed India, Pakistan and China. The part held by China is contiguous to Tibet. ___ Associated Press writer ...

    9. Both China and India are juggling other foreign policy headaches, with China playing a seminal role in the North Korea nuclear stand-off and accused of aggravating its smaller ...

    10. How many nukes are in the world and what could they destroy?

      The Telegraph via Yahoo News14 hours ago

      Nuclear Weapons. This treaty acknowledges and legitimises their arsenals, but they are not supposed to build or maintain them forever. Indeed, they have committed to eliminate them. There ...

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