The White House remarks came a day after the US threatened to apply "unprecedented" financial pressure on Tehran if it does not give up its reported goal of developing nuclear weapons and alleged destabilising behaviour in the region, including supporting terrorist groups.
However, North Korea has threatened to cancel the meeting over a joint US-South Korea military exercise. The US has said it was going ahead with the preparation.
Pompeo made the comments after attending a White House meeting between President Donald Trump and the visiting South Korean President Moon Jae-in yesterday.
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Legal experts from the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation member states, including India, will gather here tomorrow to discuss the terror threat faced by the region and ways and means to enhance the counter-terror efforts.
The BRICS New Development Bank (NDB) is planning to launch its Americas Regional Office in Brazil this year, the bank said today.
China announced today that it would cut tariffs on auto imports from July 1, the latest sign of a thaw in trade frictions with the United States.
The Commerce Department said Monday that importers will be required to post deposits to pay possible duties of 39 to 256 per cent of the value of steel imported from Vietnam that is made with materials from China.
The report said China's cabinet has decided to cut the levy without elaborating further. Bloomberg previously reported Beijing was considering cutting the tariff rate to as low as 10 percent.
The action led by Pakistan's military began after the newspaper published the interview of Nawaz Sharif
The meeting was held amid the backdrop of a possible trade war and US sanctions on Iran.
NewsDog said it will use the funding to solidify its position in the Indian digital content market.
In his first major foreign policy address since moving to the State Department from the CIA, the longtime Iran hawk and ardent opponent of the 2015 nuclear pact outlined an aggressive series of moves designed to counter Tehran, which he called the world's top sponsor of terror.
The changes, expected to take effect by the end of this year, will also allow foreign firms to own 100 percent of their business.
Journalists from the Associated Press, CNN, CBS, Russia Today and Chinese state media outlets were among those seen checking in at Beijing Capital International Airport to catch a 9:00 a.m. (0100 GMT) Air Koryo flight, which took off at 9:48 a.m., according to the airport's website.
The Serious Fraud Office had sought to prosecute Barclays for allegedly conspiring to commit fraud by false representations in services agreements with Qatar Holding in 2008.
Netflix said today, in a tweet, that the former president and first lady will produce films and series for the service, potentially including scripted and unscripted series, documentaries and features.
That means no matter where you live, you'll be able to see what Microsoft collects about you and correct or delete that information if necessary. You'll also be able to object to the use of data for marketing and other purposes.
Sony signed a deal with Abu Dhabi-based investment firm Mubadala to buy its 60 percent holding in EMI, giving the Japanese firm an indirect stake of approximately 90 percent, Sony said in a statement.
That added to Amazon offices in Brazil, Chile, Colombia and Mexico, Teresa Carlson, Amazon Web Services vice president, worldwide public sector, said at a conference.
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Musk had driven shares in Tesla as much as 4 percent higher with weekend tweets showing the Silicon Valley company was aiming initially to deliver higher-priced, more profitable fully-loaded editions of the Model 3.
Zuckerberg will be in Europe to defend the company after alleged misuse of its data by Cambridge Analytica, a British political consultancy that worked on U.S. President Donald Trump's election campaign.
Moon's White House visit was originally arranged as a meeting to fine-tune a joint strategy for dealing with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un but has instead become more of a crisis session after Pyongyang last week threatened to pull out of the planned June 12 summit in Singapore.
The US today threatened to apply "unprecedented" financial pressure on Iran along with other punitive measures if Tehran does not give up its reported goal of developing nuclear weapons and alleged destabilising behaviour in the region, including supporting terrorist groups.