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    German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday criticized US President Donald Trump' remarks about the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), saying any type of military solution was "absolutely inappropriate." Speaking to Deutsche Welle, Merkel said that sanctions and enforcing these sanctions were the right answer, but anything else with regard to DPRK was wrong. "And that is why we [the German government] clearly disagree with the US president," said Merkel. In his first speech before the United Nations on Tuesday, Trump warned that the United States would "totally destroy DPRK" if forced to defend itself or its allies. Merkel said she was prepared, as was the foreign minister, to act responsibly. She called for a similar approach to the Iran nuclear agreement and working with Russia, China and the United States to deal with the DPRK nuclear issue. The German Chancellor also said a balance between Germans and refugees in the labor market should be maintained by not allowing refugees to enter labor market too quickly. Speaking about the far-right party AfD, Merkel reiterated that she would never work with it, adding she would address people's concerns over jobs, schools and health in a bid to win back far-right voters.北京春秋彩票注册登录California, Davis and the UN World Food Program found that humanitarian assistance for refugees in Uganda creates significant economic benefits for local economies, particularly when that assistance is provided in cash form. The agency said it is providing cash-based interventions in 60 countries.。

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    Turkey, Iran and Iraq have agreed to consider counter-measures against Kurdish northern Iraq over a planned independence referendum, Turkey's foreign ministry said on Thursday.In a joint statement, the foreign ministers of the three countries voiced concerns that the referendum would endanger gains Iraq has made against Islamic state, and reiterated worries of potential new conflicts in the region."In the meeting, the three ministers emphasized that the referendum will not be beneficial for the Kurds and the Kurdish Regional Government, and agreed, in this regard, to consider taking counter-measures in coordination," the statement said Thursday.The statement gave no details of the possible measures but said the ministers, who were in New York attending the United Nations General Assembly, called on the international community to intervene.Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan has threatened to impose sanctions against Kurdish northern Iraq. Turkish troops are also carrying out military exercises near the border.The central government in Baghdad, Iraq's neighbors and Western powers fear the vote could divide the country and spark a wider regional conflict, after Arabs and Kurds cooperated to dislodge Islamic State from its stronghold in Mosul.The statement said Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, and their Iraqi counterpart Ibrahim al-Jaafari expressed concerns that conflicts surfacing as a result of the referendum would "prove difficult to contain."But the Kurds say they are determined to go ahead with the vote, which, though non-binding, could trigger the process of separation in a country already divided along sectarian and ethnic lines.2.7 million books and 119,000 sets of instruments.。

    52-year-old man named James Otis, according to videotapes released by witnesses to social media platforms such as YouTube and Twitter. The suspect dressed as a Los Angeles Department of Transportation worker beat Trump's star with a pickax until it was severely chipped and unreadable. Otis was"It is a delight to have friends coming from afar," is an old saying by Confucius commonly used by we Chinese today to express our welcoming nature toward foreigners arriving in our country. China's rapid development, in addition to its renowned hospitality toward foreign immigrants, has indeed attracted an increasing number of Westerners.Many have started successful businesses here, which provide jobs and incomes and taxes to locals. Or they teach Chinese children the English language, which has helped students acquire education or work overseas. But not all foreigners in China are upstanding citizens.According to a recent video clip being shared online, three drunk foreign men stopped a taxi in front of a bar in East China's Fujian Province in the early morning hours so that they could harass two young Chinese women who had gotten into the cab. A local passerby tried to help the women, to which one of the foreigners yelled in Putonghua, "You die! You Chinese all die!"In August, in Northeast China's Jilin Province, three foreigners riding a local bus reportedly verbally harassed a female passenger while taking a video of themselves doing so. In 2013, when a reporter in Central China's Hubei Province was conducting an interview on the street, a foreign man rushed up, grabbed her microphone and grasped her waist, shouting, "I love you! Show me your boobs!"The most notorious case occurred in Beijing back in 2012. A young Chinese woman was molested by a British man on the street in the evening. A video, which later went viral, showed the man mounting the woman, who was laying on her back on a bed of flowers, her dress up and her panties exposed. The woman is audibly crying, screaming that she does not know him and shouting "buyao (no)!"Each time I see coverage like this, I wonder what ever happened to other "foreign trash" after their videos went viral. Were they identified and apprehended? Were they sent to jail? Were they deported? Unfortunately, in most cases, nothing reportedly ever happens.The men in Hubei and Beijing were, fortunately, caught by local police. However, when asked by media what penalty they might face, the police perfunctorily responded that their cases were "still under investigation." Years have passed without any follow-up or conclusion to their cases. Statistics show that more than 137 million foreigners visited China in 2016, among which over 900,000 work here. It is reasonable to assume that the overwhelming majority of foreigners, including long-term expats, in China are properly behaved. But sadly, high-profile cases like those listed above give all the others a bad name.I can't help wonder whether we Chinese have shown too much kindness over the years to foreign immigrants. We treat the good ones like kings; the bad ones we more often than not turn a blind eye to, allowing them to continue to rampage through our society unchecked. It is frightening for me, a young Chinese woman, to think that so many foreign molesters and perverts and creeps and outright criminals are allowed to continue to live and work in our country. As if assaulting females or physically attacking locals are just "cultural differences" that can be forgiven. To make our communities stronger and safer, I suggest that the local and central governments start actually enforcing their own laws by revoking the visas of any foreigners caught breaking the law and, if jail time is warranted, deport them immediately upon release.Moreover, making the names, details of their crimes and mug shots of such "foreign trash" public - on local public security bureau websites and perhaps a national public database - will deter businesses and schools from hiring or accepting them.With a face-scanning app such as the type now available on many smartphones, employers can immediately know if a foreign candidate is one of the good ones or of the trash variety. The trash, not finding any work here, will be forced to leave China and return to their own countries to continue their barbaric behavior.The opinions expressed in this article are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Global Times.。

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    US President Donald Trump and the sports world engaged in an intensifying spat on Saturday after he called for National Football League owners to fire players who protest during the US national anthem and disinvited a National Basketball Association star from a White House visit.Responding to Trump's attacks on football players who protested during the national anthem, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said on Saturday Trump's statements revealed "unfortunate lack of respect" for the NFL and its players.Goodell's statement was released a day after Trump suggested that any protesting football player was a "son of a bitch" and should lose his job."Wouldn't you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, to say, 'Get that son of a bitch off the field right now ... He is fired'," Trump said on Friday at a rally for Alabama Senate Republican candidate Luther Strange.Trump said in Twitter messages later on Saturday that, if NFL players wanted "the privilege" of high salaries, they "should stand for the National Anthem. If not, YOU'RE FIRED. Find something else to do!"Former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick stirred a polarizing national debate in 2016 after refusing to stand during pre-game renditions of the "Star Spangled Banner."Instead, Kaepernick put one knee to the ground to protest against police violence against African-Americans. Several players have since made similar gestures of protest before games.As commissioner, Goodell reports to NFL owners, some of whom have supported Trump in the past. New York Jets owner Woody Johnson, a major Trump presidential campaign donor, was confirmed by the Senate last month as Trump's pick to serve as US ambassador to Britain.The union representing professional football players also rejected Trump's comments, saying it would defend their right to freedom of expression.The White House could not be reached immediately to comment on the statements by Goodell or the union.北京春秋彩票注册登录Geneva prosecutors are investigating after toilets in a bank and three restaurants were blocked by about $100,000 in high-denomination euro banknotes, they said on Monday."We are not so interested in the motive but we want to be sure of the origin of the money," spokesman Vincent Derouand said, adding that neither throwing money away nor blocking a toilet was a crime.The Tribune de Geneve reported that the first blockage occurred in the toilet serving the vault at UBS bank in Geneva's financial district, and three nearby bistros found their facilities bunged up with 500-euro notes a few days later.Derouand said two people had agreed to compensate the restaurants for the costs of the blockage, and the restaurants had withdrawn a complaint that they made when the incident happened in May.The cash was confiscated during the investigation and it was unclear who would get it if it was found to be lawful. Reutersand mining rescuers are at the site to search coal shafts for the missing miners. The State Administration of Work Safety has dispatched a work group to direct the rescue effort in Chongqing, according to an announcement published on the authority's website. It ordered all-out efforts to rescue the。




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