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Al Jazeera reported that his statement comes after North's official KCNA news agency in a commentary on Friday lashed out at Joe Biden for insulting Kim Jong Un. It said Biden had shown "the temerity to dare slander the dignity of the supreme leadership" of North Korea.

The notorious ISIS leader had also periodically issued audio statements, with the last being in August 2018. The US had earlier announced a reward of USD 25 million for information leading to al-Baghdadi's death or arrest.

The White House had confirmed that the US President will be making a joint appearance with the Prime Minister at the event.

The far-right leader told reporters on Friday that he was inclined to deploy the troops using a presidential decree. Brazil's environmental agency, IBAMA, is also hiring hundreds of temporary firefighters to help fight the fires, CNN reported after quoting the agency on Friday.

In January that year, Pentagon had cut USD 1 billion worth financial aid to Pakistan, with Defense Secretary James Mattis and other officials citing Islamabad's failure to crack down on the Haqqani terror outfit as the reason behind it, Fox News reported.

Michelle has repeatedly being called to consider running for the next presidential election. Recently, US-based filmmaker Michael Moore said that only Michelle can unseat current President Donald Trump, reported The Hill.

On the mediation offer, Trump said "It is really up to PM Modi. And I met with Prime Minister [Imran] Khan; I got along great. I think they are fantastic people, Khan and Modi. I mean I would imagine they can get along very well," Trump said while responding to a question on India not accepting his offer of mediation on Kashmir.

A US published has called out American President Donald Trump for his lies, misleading claims on various occasions.

American journalist and an advice columnist for the Elle magazine Elizabeth Jean Carroll has accused US President Donald Trump of sexually assaulting her at a New York luxury department store in the late 1990s.

Ricardo Seijas, the head of emergency operations centre, said that about 130 buildings, including three schools and six clinics or hospitals, were damaged as a result of the quake.