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State Department: Execution of North Korea general not in doubt

State Department: Execution of North Korea general not in doubt

Deputy spokesman Mark Toner said Thursday there is no reason to doubt Kim Jong Un carried out a purge that led to the death of Ri Yong Gil. Comments WASHINGTON, Feb. 11 (UPI) -- The State Department did not rule out the possibility a top North ... UPI, 1 day ago

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America assists Pakistan in counter-terrorism operations: Mark Toner

"We believe US security assistance to Pakistan actually contributes to their counterterrorism and counterinsurgency operations," State Department Deputy Spokesman Mark Toner told reporters at his daily news conference yesterday. "These operations reduce the ...
 Jagran Post1 day ago American help to Pakistan contributes to counterterrorism operations: Toner  The Hindu1 day ago US official backs sale of weapons to Pakistan  MSN News US1 day ago US says security assistance to Pakistan contributes to counter-terrorism operations  Associated Press of Pakistan1 day ago

US Ignores Erdogan's Call, Insists On Partnership With Syrian Kurds

11/2/16 US State Department Deputy Spokesperson Mark Toner. (Source: Cihan) WASHINGTON (Today's Zaman) -- The United States has insisted on backing Syrian Kurdish militias in their fight against the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), ...
 Groong1 day ago US ignores Erdoğan's call, insists on partnership with Syrian Kurds  Cihan Haber2 days ago
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US to keep supporting Pakistan to destroy terror networks: Mark Toner

WASHINGTON: United States has expressed the commitment to continue cooperation with Pakistan, till the complete eradication of terrorism. In a daily press briefing in Washington, Deputy Spokesperson of US State Department Mark Toner said, it is ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 day ago US will keep supporting Pakistan to destroy terror networks: State Department  Dunya News1 day ago US will keep supporting Pak to destroy terror networks: State Dept  Pakistan Today1 day ago

State Dept. Can't Rule Out More Top Secret Clinton Emails

Today, State Department Deputy Spokesman Mark Toner Could Not Deny That More Top Secret Or Classified Clinton Emails Could Come Out. QUESTION: "About the latest batch of Hillary Clinton emails that are going to be released this weekend. Out of the ...
 Republican National Committee1 day ago New Clinton emails contain three 'secret' messages  UPI50 minutes ago Feds race campaign clock to drop Clinton emails  The Hill5 hours ago Release of Clinton's Emails to Continue Saturday, End on February 29  Sputnik1 day ago

Syria rebels say get more missiles from Assad's enemies

Spokesman Mark Toner reiterated to reporters Friday that a " cessation of hostilities " is not the same as a durable agreement to end the war. In his rare interview recorded on Thursday, Mr Assad told AFP news agency that defeating the groups ...
 Equilibrio Informativo3 hours ago Partial Syria ceasefire agreed at Munich talks  9ija News.com1 day ago Russia and US Lead Agreement on Partial Syria Ceasefire 'Within a Week'  AlterNet.org1 day ago

KM Media brings in revenue creating marketing plans for nightclub, football club

INMA - International Newsmedia Marketing [...] (via noodls) / 10 February 2016 · By Mark Toner In its second year, KMCreate is projected to bring in more than £200,000 of work - mostly from businesses that have not traditionally worked with news ...
 Noodls2 days ago
International Middle East Media Center

U.S. State Department Says West Bank Labels Not a New Policy

01-29-16 State Department's Mark Toner says the reissued guidelines on labeling Judea and Samaria products do not supersede prior rulings. State Department spokesman Mark Toner on Thursday confirmed the United States is requiring products ...
 Virtual Jerusalem2 weeks ago US Reiterates Policy on West Bank Product Labeling  International Middle East Media Center2 weeks ago Liberal Jewish Lobby Advising Sanders Aims to Defeat Cotton-Rubio Initiatives on Israel/West Bank Labeling  CNS News4 days ago Obama Administration Now Officially Joins The Boycott Movement Against Israel  Before It's News2 weeks ago

US criticizes planned island visit by Taiwan president

Spokesman Mark Toner said Wednesday the U.S. was disappointed by President Ma Ying-jeou (MAH YEENG JOH)'s plans to travel to the Taiping Island as it could exacerbate tensions. Taiwanese media reported Ma is scheduled to visit the island Thursday, ...
 Mail.com2 weeks ago U.S. criticizes planned island visit by Taiwan president  Equilibrio Informativo2 weeks ago

US State: no change in security relations with Egypt

US Deputy State Department Spokesman Mark C. Toner affirmed Friday that security relations with Egypt did no witness any change. "Our relationship with Egypt is defined by … our shared concern to fight terrorism. I don't have any changes to ...
 Arabstoday.net2 weeks ago No change to USA-Egypt bilateral security relationship: Toner  Masress.com2 weeks ago Egypt: U.S. State Department Says No Change in Security Relations With Egypt  AllAfrica.com2 weeks ago
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