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In addition to Trump Jr. lawyer Veselnitskaya her translator and Kaveladze the meeting was attended by Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner Manafort publicist Rob Goldstone and Russian-American lobbyist Rinat Akhmetshin Separately the White House said on Tuesday that Trump had nominated Jon Huntsman a former Utah governor and envoy to China under former Democratic President Barack Obama as US ambassador to Russia For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AP | Seoul | Published: April 16 2017 4:22 pm US Vice President Mike Pence speaks as his wife Karen Pence listens during a dinner with soldiers and family members after Easter Sunday church services at a military base in Seoul South Korea (Source: AP) Top News US Vice President Mike Pence said Sunday that North Korea’s “provocation” underscored the risks faced by American and South Korean service members hours after the North conducted a failed missile launch shortly before Pence’s arrival Pence landed in South Korea at the start of a 10-day trip to Asia and was quickly confronted with the stakes facing the United States as Pyongyang seeks to flex its muscles around the birth anniversary of the country’s late founder and advance the regime’s nuclear and missile capabilities While Pence was aboard Air Force Two flying over the Bering Sea a North Korean missile exploded during launch on Sunday US and South Korean officials said representing a high-profile failure that came as a powerful US aircraft supercarrier approaches the Korean Peninsula After arriving in Seoul the vice president placed a wreath at Seoul National Cemetery and then worshipped with military personnel at an Easter church service at the US Army Garrison Yongsan During a fellowship meal after the services he said the tensions on the Korean peninsula had put into sharp focus the importance of the joint US-South Korean mission “This morning’s provocation from the North is just the latest reminder of the risks each one of you face every day in the defense of the freedom of the people of South Korea and the defense of America in this part of the world” said Pence who was introduced by Army Gen Vincent Brooks commander of US Forces Korea “Your willingness to step forward to serve to stand firm without fear inspires the nation and inspires the world” Pence told the military members that he had spoken twice with President Donald Trump during the day Pence said that under Trump’s leadership “our resolve has never been stronger our commitment to this historic alliance with the courageous people of South Korea has never been stronger and with your help and God’s help freedom will ever prevail on this peninsula” Trump has suggested that the US will take a tougher stance against North Korea telling reporters last week: “North Korea is a problem The problem will be taken care of” He has repeatedly said if China North Korea’s dominant trading partner is unwilling to do more to pressure the North the US might take the matter into its own hands Along with the deployment of the Naval aircraft carrier and other vessels into waters off the Korean Peninsula thousands of US and South Korean troops tanks and other weaponry were also deployed last month in their biggest-ever joint military exercises That led North Korea to issue routine threats of attacks on its rivals if they show signs of aggression A White House foreign policy adviser told reporters aboard Air Force Two that the type of missile that North Korea tried to fire on Sunday was medium-range and that it exploded about 4 to 5 seconds after it was launched According to the adviser the test had been expected and the US had good intelligence both before and after the launch The adviser who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss the administration’s initial understanding of the launch said there was no expected response from the Trump administration because there was no need for the US to reinforce the failure The official said that had it been a nuclear test “other actions would have been taken by the US” North Korea has conducted five nuclear tests including two last year Recent satellite imagery suggests the country could conduct another underground nuclear test at any time Despite North Korea’s provocations US officials have said that the US doesn’t intend to use military force against North Korea in response to either a nuclear test or a missile launch After a two-month policy review officials settled on a policy dubbed “maximum pressure and engagement” US officials said Friday The administration’s immediate emphasis the officials said will be on increasing pressure on Pyongyang with the help of Beijing The officials weren’t authorized to speak publicly on the results of the policy review and requested anonymity Pence will be tasked with explaining the policy in meetings with leaders in South Korea and Japan at the start of his trip which will also include stops in Indonesia and Australia He will also aim to reassure allies in South Korea and Japan that the US will take appropriate steps to defend them against North Korean aggression Pence’s first trip to South Korea carries personal meaning as well He noted to the soldiers that his late father Edward served in the US Army during the Korean War and was awarded the Bronze Star on April 15 1953 — 64 years to the day of the vice president’s departure for South Korea Pence displays in his office his father’s Bronze Star and a photograph of his father receiving the honor For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: AP | Washington | Published: September 16 2016 4:06 am US Presidential candidate Donald Trump Top News A fact sheet issued by Donald Trump’s campaign on Thursday said he would roll back food safety regulations if the billionaire businessman is elected president arguing they are burdensome to farmers and “overkill” The campaign later deleted the fact sheet from its website and issued a new release that did not include the food safety language The fact sheet was sent out to supplement a speech Trump gave to the New York Economic Club on boosting economic growth Trump did not mention food safety in the speech In the original fact sheet the campaign said that Trump would eliminate several regulations including the “food police” at the Food and Drug Administration The Trump campaign did not respond to a request for comment on the food safety proposal or why it was deleted The handout said the FDA food safety rules “govern the soil farmers use farm and food production hygiene food packaging food temperatures” and other ways farmers and food companies do business It also criticizes increased inspections of food manufacturing facilities as “inspection overkill” The description matches new food safety regulations passed by Congress in 2010 in response to an outbreak of salmonella linked to a Georgia peanut company that killed nine and sickened more than 700 people in 46 states A 2011 outbreak of listeria linked to cantaloupes killed 33 people and other large scale outbreaks in fresh spinach cucumbers and eggs have sickened hundreds Last year an outbreak of listeria linked to Blue Bell ice cream was linked to three deaths FDA inspectors found many violations at a company plant including dirty equipment inadequate food storage food held at improper temperatures and employees not washing hands appropriately The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that 48 million people or 1 in 6 in the United States are sickened each year from foodborne diseases and an estimated 3000 people die The final food safety rules for produce issued last year and supported by the food industry require farmers to test irrigation water quality regularly train workers on the best health and hygiene practices and monitor wildlife that may intrude on growing fields among other measures The rules are designed to focus on the riskiest foods and there are also standards for keeping equipment and facilities clean Michael Taylor the former FDA deputy commissioner for foods who led the effort to put the rules in place says it is one area of agreement in the country since both the food industry and consumers want safe food “Eliminating FDA’s food safety role would make more consumers sick destroy consumer confidence at home and damage American competitiveness in global food markets” he says The language in the Trump campaign fact sheet mirrors almost word for word parts of a May report from The Heritage Foundation that criticizes increased regulation under President Barack Obama That report said the FDA rules cast an “exceedingly broad regulatory net” While some Republicans in Congress have made similar arguments about overly burdensome regulations the FDA worked to tweak the rules to appease farmers and companies that voiced concern about the rules Since then congressional opposition has died down and the Republican House and Senate have given the FDA an increased amount of money to put the rules in place Sen Jeff Sessions the Alabama Republican who has been Trump’s biggest supporter in the Senate said on Thursday that he hadn’t yet seen the nominee’s proposal on food safety but he said farmers feel like there are too many federal rules and all regulation needs to be evaluated “In Washington if you propose to pull back any regulation that has a good title like food safety then somebody says you want to poison the American people and so forth” Sessions said “But if it can be established that they are not really beneficial often times the regulations can actually make things more unsafe” Michigan Sen Debbie Stabenow the top Democrat on the Senate Agriculture Committee also said she had not seen the proposal but criticized the idea of rolling back the rules “I think the public certainly wants basic food safety standards” she said Despite the campaign’s apparent desire to roll back the standards Trump himself has expressed a personal interest in the topic Trump is a self-professed germaphobe who has said he prefers eating at fast-food restaurants because he believes they have higher food safety standards For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News The eruptions today and on Tuesday were both relatively minor.the NDA at Khadakwasla,By: Reuters | Rome | Published: September 27 state governors will for now fill the gap left by the federal government’s move to abdicate leadership on the issue. 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