News Headlines - 29 November 2017

North Korean missile was new Hwasong-15 and can hit all of United States, state media says - ABC News

North Korea claims it has completed its nuclear and missile development program with the launch of a new type of missile capable of reaching mainland United States.
A statement released by the regime claims the new "Hwasong-15" rocket was successfully fired this morning.

Trump Shares Inflammatory Anti-Muslim Videos, and Britain’s Leader Condemns Them - The New York Times

President Trump touched off another racially charged furor on Wednesday by sharing videos from a fringe British ultranationalist group purportedly showing Muslims committing acts of violence, a move that was swiftly condemned by Britain’s prime minister as well as politicians across the spectrum.

Theresa May accuses BBC of 'misleading' public about £50 billion Brexit divorce bill - Business Insider

A spokesperson for the prime minister Theresa May has accused the BBC of "misleading" the public about the size of Britain's Brexit divorce bill.
The BBC, along with other outlets, reported UK and EU sources confirming that Britain had agreed a financial settlement with the EU of around £50 billion when it leaves in March 2019.

Uzbekistan incident raises suspicions of Russian involvement in Cuba attacks - CBS News

A newly revealed incident reported by a USAID officer who is based at the American embassy in Uzbekistan is raising suspicions Russia may have been involved and could have had a hand in bizarre attacks targeting U.S. diplomats in Cuba, according to American sources.
In September, the officer and his wife reported, according to one source familiar with the incident, what may have been at least one acoustic attack similar to those experienced by the diplomats in Havana.

Japanese sumo star Harumafuji retires after 'violent assault' - BBC News

Sumo grand champion Harumafuji has said he will retire from the sport, in a scandal that has rocked Japan's highly ceremonial sport.
Harumafuji is being investigated for an alleged assault on a junior wrestler.








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