Free Press Journal
  • Kim Jong Un – Trump summit : US blames ‘trail of broken promises’ for North Korea summit cancellation

    Washington: A “trail of broken promises” by North Korea, including keeping a team of US officials waiting in Singapore for a preparatory meeting, forced US President Donald Trump to cancel his proposed summit with Kim Jong-un, according to a senior White House official.It was on March 8 that a delegation visiting from South Korea came to the White House to deliver a message from Kim Jong Un to Trump. The message

  • ‘N Korea will never fully give up Nuke weapons’

    Seoul : North Korea will never completely give up its nuclear weapons, a top defector said ahead of leader Kim Jong Un’s landmark summit with US President Donald Trump next month.

  • Terror : Trump seeks to change thought process

    Washington : US President Donald Trump on Monday said countries must “open their eyes” and change their “thought process” on how to tackle terrorism, following the latest attack linked to the Islamic State in France.

  • Trump-Kim meet on June 12

     Washington : US President Donald Trump on Thursday announced that he will meet North Korean leader Kim Jong-un on June 12 in Singapore, the  first-ever summit between the top leaders of the two Cold War rivals to discuss the denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula.

  • With deadline looming, UN climate talks fall short

    Bonn : UN talks ending on Thursday failed to hammer out a draft of the “operating manual” that would bring the landmark Paris climate treaty to life, forcing governments to add an emergency negotiating session ahead of a December climate summit.

  • Allies regret Trump’s decision on Iran deal

    Washington : US President Donald Trump said on Tuesday that he will withdraw his country from the Iran nuclear deal, a decision that immediately drew global frustration and outcry.

  • N Korea frees 3 US detainees ahead of Trump summit

    Washington : US President Donald Trump on Wednesday said three American citizens jailed in North Korea have been released and are on their way back home, in a move seen as a goodwill gesture ahead of a historic summit between Trump and Kim Jong-un.

  • Narendra Modi, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP

    PM Modi most-liked world leader on the Facebook: Study

    Geneva/New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi is the most liked world leader and far ahead of others, including US President Donald Trump, when it comes to popularity on Facebook, according to a study which said 43.2 million people follow the Indian premier on the social media platform.

  • Israel reveals shelves of Iran’s nuke archive

    Jerusalem : Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has disclosed files which he said could “prove” Iran’s secret development of nuclear weapons.

  • For US President, Kalpana Chawla is an American hero

    Washington : US President Donald Trump has hailed Indian-origin Kalpana Chawla as an American hero for devoting her life to the space programme and inspiring millions of girls to become astronauts.

  • Things going very well, says Trump after talks with S Korea

    Washington : US President Donald Trump said Saturday that “things are going very well” after talking with South Korea’s President Moon Jae-in about an upcoming summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.