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1.   US president Donald Trump left with ? Saturday after attending the G7 summit, and he's on his way to Singapore for a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jeong-un. Trump warned on Saturday that his meeting with Kim in Singapore is a one time shot for the reclusive North Korean leader, as they discuss Pyongyang giving up its nuclear weapons.      I think that it very quickly on the whether or not...something good is going to happen. I also ? know whether or not it will happen fast.
     But Trump's administration is seeking the complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. In exchange Pyongyang is believed to be seeking relief from international sanctions.
     President Trump said that he has instructed his repersentitives not to sign the final communique, and their G7 summit after remarks by Canadian prime minister Justin Trudel. Trudel had said early Saturday that all 7 parties to the summit had agreed on the final communique, but he added that Trump administration tariffs on Canada, EU, and Mexico are insulting, and Canada will retaliate  with its own tariffs if the US policy did not change. In response president Trump took to twitter saying he had instructed US representitives not to endorse the summit final communique as we look at the tariffs on automobiles flooding the US market. He calls the Canadian leader's comments very dishonest and weak. The Trump's administration recently angered allies including Canada, Mexico and EU bu announcing increase tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum imports.


2.   The UN Children's Fund is warning that heavy rains and flooding in Somali are putting hundreds of thousads of children at high risk of disease and death. XX has details from Ga.
     The UN Children Fund reports about half of the 230,000 people who have been displaced by floods since April are children. It says people are living in congested and sanitary conditions that breed didease. UNCF's spokesman C.B. warnes acutely ? children living under such conditions are with great risk of falling ill and dying. UNCF reports ? malnutrition rates among displace children have exited the enmergency threshold of 15% and have reached as high as 21%.


3.   Meanwhile humanitarian agencies are warning that possible attack by the Saudi-led coalition on Yemen's poor city of Hudada could put the lives of one quarter of one million people at risk. Y. is a spokesman for the office of the coodination of humanitarian affairs, he says that a military attack or ? on teh Husi hold port of Hudada will impact hundreds of thousands of innocence civilians.
     The UN and its partners estimate that as many as 600,000 civilians are current living in and around Hudada. Too many ? organizations have rushed to the available contingency plan. In the prolong worse cause we fear that as many as 250,000 people may lose everything  even their lives.
     Saudi Arabia began bombing Hudi rebels in support of the Yemeni government in March of 2015. Since then the UN estimates more than 10,000 people have been killed, mostly due to air strikes.


4.   The Taliban announced Saturday taht it would hold offensive operations against Afghan government security forces across the country during the 3 days of Eat out ? festivity to mark the end of Ramadan. The cease fire coincides with the unilateral weeklong stop it to ? Taliban operations by Afghan president A.G. start in Tuasday. A presidential spokesman said Saturday that government would welcome any Taliban's steps that would lead to reduce blood shed in the country. This would be the first time since 2002 that the Islamist insurgency will cease hostilities in Afghanistan were recurrently controls or contests nearly half of 407 Afghan districts.

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