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Pyongyang Rescinds Invitation To S. Korea Journalists Covering Test Site

North Korea is banning a list of South Korean journalists from attending the dismantlement of its nuclear test site. On Friday, South Korea’s unification minister announced that Pyongyang declined to accept a list of the country’s reporters slated to attend next month’s event. The latest agitation from Pyongyang has left experts wondering if eliminating the test site will even happen.

Report: Manafort’s Former Son-In-Law Cuts Plea Deal & Will Cooperate With Govt

The former son-in-law of Paul Manafort is now required to cooperate with federal authorities, after cutting a plea deal with the Justice Department. A recent report suggests Jeffrey Yohai, who divorced Manafort’s daughter last August, could be asked to assist with the Special Counsel’s probe. Yohai’s agreement involved him pleading guilty to misusing construction funds, and a count related to bank overdraft fines.

Fmr Russian Spy Poisoned by Nerve Agent is Discharged From Hospital

Ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal is finally released from the hospital two months after he and his daughter were allegedly poisoned by a Russian nerve agent on British soil. Sergei Skripal was discharged earlier Friday, from the Salisbury District Hospital in England. It remains unclear if he will be taken to a secure location following the release.