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North Korean diplomats will have a front-row seat in the U.N. General Assembly for Trump’s speech on Tuesday morning, which will touch on the escalating crisis that has seen Trump and Pyongyang trade threats of military action.


Despite his skepticism about the value of international organizations and the United Nations in particular, Trump will seek support for tough measures against North Korea, while pressing his “America First” message to the world body.


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“The solution can only be political. Military action could cause devastation on a scale that would take generations to overcome,” Guterres warned on Wednesday.


A week ago, the 15-member U.N. Security Council unanimously adopted its ninth sanctions resolution since 2006 over North Korea’s nuclear and ballistic missile programs.


U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said U.N. sanctions had banned 90 percent of the Asian state’s publicly reported exports, saying of Pyongyang on Friday: “This is totally in their hands on how they respond.”


Haley told CNN’s “State of the Union” program on Sunday that Washington had “pretty much exhausted” its options on North Korea at the Security Council.




ATHENS, Sept. 14 (Xinhua) -- The sale and transfer of Greek railway company TrainOSE to Italy's Ferrovie Dello Stato Italiane for 45 million euros (53.5 million U.S. dollars) was completed on Thursday Nike Air Huarache Grey , Greece's privatization fund announced.


The agreement was signed in Corfu, the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF) said in an e-mailed press statement.


"HRADF completes today a bidding process that began four years ago and opens up new page for TrainOSE, as the privatization of the company has resulted in the closure of the European Commission's state aid dossier on TrainOSE's debt to OSE, amounting to 692 million euros," the fund's announcement noted.


Ferrovie Dello Stato Italiane is the third largest railway company in Europe.


Italy's railway was the sole candidate to submit a binding offer for the privatization of the Greek railway operator last year during the second international tender launched by the Greek state.


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"Greece is emerging from the crisis and its prospects for growth need to be boosted through substantial foreign investments that will create jobs," Tsipras said, underlining that Italy's railways would invest 500 million euros in Greek railways.


The transfer was sealed as TrainOSE employees held a 24-hour strike and a protest rally in front of the company's headquarters, protesting the privatization out of fear there would be job dismissals. (1 euro = 1.19 U.S. dollars)


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Brazilian soccer legend Pelé has sued Samsung Electronics Co for at least $30 million, alleging the Korean company improperly used a look-alike in an advertisement that ran in the New York Times without permission.


According to the complaint filed this month in federal court in Chicago, Samsung placed the October ad for ultra high-definition televisions after breaking off negotiations in 2013 to use Pelé's identity to promote its products.


Pelé, 75, whose given name is Edson Arantes do Nascimento Nike Air Huarache White , is widely regarded as the greatest soccer player ever and among the world's most famous athletes.


Although the ad does not mention Pelé, it includes a portrait-sized image of a man who "very closely resembles" him, and a small photo of a soccer player making a "modified bicycle or scissors-kick, perfected and famously used by Pelé," the complaint said.


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Samsung spokeswoman Danielle Meister Cohen declined to comment.


The lawsuit was filed by Pele IP Ownership LLC, which owns Pelé's trademark and publicity rights. It is dated March 16.


Sperling has also represented former Chicago Bulls star Michael Jordan, and helped him win a $8.9 million jury verdict last August against the former Dominick's Finer Foods over the grocer's unauthorized use of the basketball Hall of Famer's identity in an ad in Sports Illustrated.


Jordan later settled for an undisclosed amount.


The case is Pele IP Ownership LLC v. Samsung.

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