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Trump visits Israel in search of revived peace process


The worldwide community says the fate of east Jerusalem, claimed by the Palestinians, must be resolved through negotiations. The low-profile Greenblatt, who spent about two decades as a lawyer at the Trump Organization before joining the White House, has traveled to the region twice since the inauguration and is in weekly contact with pivotal players from both sides. Read More »

Black lawmaker received racist threats after calling for impeachment


The former FBI director was overseeing an investigation into Trump's possible ties to Russian Federation during the 2016 campaign. Trump abruptly ousted Comey as reports indicated the investigation was getting ramped up. In general, a stable, negative stance towards Trump is being nevertheless maintained in the United States, according to Kurilla. We got an impeachment for you. Read More »

Warriors throttle Spurs to take 2-0 lead


Draymond Green , for one, doesnt believe the Warriors will get anything easy when they arrive in San Antonio for Saturdays Game 3 . "I'm sure he's going to play", Kevin Durant told reporters. He just plays the game the right way. But on the assumption that he is out for Game 3 , the Warriors will go on the road in San Antonio and secure their eleventh straight postseason victory. Read More »

MS Teens Face Capital Murder Charges in 6-Year-Old's Killing

The little boy was set to graduate from first grade Thursday, CBS affiliate WJTV reported . Instead, he was driven away by carjackers. Relatives of the three suspects were also unavailable to speak about the arrests. As Kingston slept, two men pulled up to Archie's vehicle, jumped inside and sped away with her can and her son. Once the officer learned of the kidnapping, highway patrol issued an Amber Alert at 4:15 a.m . Read More »

Trump Reportedly Told Russians That Comey Is 'A Real Nut Job'

US President Donald Trump has begun his first foreign trip as President with his White House engulfed in crisis and little prospect for a break from the drama disrupting his agenda. "Oh and there's Jim", he allegedly said, as reported by The New York Times ". The appointment of Mueller as special counsel has drawn generally favorable comments from Democrats and from some Republicans as well. Read More »

AP Source says Flynn will invoke Fifth Amendment


As of last week, the committee had received two responses, according to Burr. Richard Burr of North Carolina. Mark Warner of Virginia, didn't immediately respond to calls and emails inquiring about the committee's next steps. "We still have to know more. about how Russian Federation corrupted our democracy", he said. Trump later deleted and retweeted that statement to correct the spelling of "counsel". Read More »

President Trump denies collusion with Russian Federation


Trump also claimed Thursday that he asked Comey at one point if he was the subject of an FBI investigation, and that Comey said no. The letter also sought "all documents, memoranda, analyses, emails, and other communications relating to the President decision to dismiss Director Comey". Read More »

White House to hold off on naming FBI director


Apart from Lieberman, other candidates considered included current acting Director Andrew McCabe, former Oklahoma Gov. and FBI Agent Frank Keating, career FBI official Richard McFeely and Texas Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) "We don't need anyone who's put on a red shirt or blue shirt - or who's campaigned for president". Though devoid of any law enforcement experience, Mr. Read More »

Trump arrives in Israel for second stop of tour

Israeli Ambassador to Washington Ron Dermer reaffirmed Israel's "full confidence in our intelligence sharing relationship" after the bombshell revelation. Israeli officials say they are largely in the dark about what ideas Trump might present for peace or what concessions he may demand. "We are praying for peace and pushing for peace for the past 100 years", he said. Read More »

Trump heads to Israel in possible first arrival from Saudi


Several official sources told Israeli media that Mr Netanyahu noticed during his cabinet meeting on Sunday that planned attendance at Monday's ceremony at Ben Gurion airport in Tel Aviv was low, which allegedly led the prime minister to lose his temper and cut the weekly meeting short. Read More »

Troops kill Boko Haram terrorists in Lake Chad area

Thousands have been kidnapped by Boko Haram, including almost 300 schoolgirls in Chibok in 2015. Five commanders from the extremist group were exchanged for the girls' freedom. It is unclear when the girls will be returned to the families for good as 21 Chibok girls who were freed in an earlier release have remained in government care since October past year. Read More »

Netanyahu says Jerusalem 'always Israel's capital'


A group of six Christian Mexicans hoping to see the Church of the Holy Sepulchre discussed ways to get out of the Old City with Israeli police, after being told they could not visit. Beyond optics and messaging, though, fateful issues will also be addressed during the President Trump's stay. "Because the majority of the people in Israel, unlike the media, they love us so we tell them how you are great - so they love you", Sara continued. Read More »

Trump greeted with selfies and politics on arrival in Israel

While Israel claims to have annexed East Jerusalem , the worldwide community has not recognised that move and considers it occupied territory. A White House official blamed Trump's fatigue for the switch. It is situated below the Al-Aqsa mosque compound, Islam's third-holiest site, referred to by Jews as the Temple Mount and considered their holiest. Read More »

No time for Brexit delays, says UK's May as poll lead slips


Labour gaining on Tories in wake of manifesto launch. She said: "This manifesto provides a better way". "We will make sure there's an absolute limit on what people need to pay". "Ask anyone in the British Army at that time ", he said. "Therefore you have to seek a peace process". " Jeremy Corbyn on Sophy Ridge did condemn the bombing [by the] IRA, he did condemn that bombing and he was quite clear about that". Read More »

Weiner set to plead guilty to sexting charge


Abedin was not in court Friday, when Weiner told the judge that for years he had "destructive impulses" that ruined his family life and crushed his dreams. Last year, when Weiner got caught sending yet another underwear selfie, with their then-three-year-old Jordan asleep at his hip, Abedin had still refrained from divorce. Read More »

Iran VP Jahangiri Withdraws Bid for Presidential Elections, Supports Rouhani

If the then six-candidate field was reduced to the pair, 48 percent of respondents would vote for Rouhani and 39 percent for Raisi, according to the survey released on May 10. Raisi called Qalibaf's decision "revolutionary", the conservative news agency Tasnim reported the cleric as saying on Monday. Raisi, a cleric and former attorney general, serves as the head of the Imam Reza charity foundation, which manages a vast conglomerate of businesses and endowments in Iran. Read More »

Freed Nigerian schoolgirls to meet families after 3 years

Fathers gripped their daughters in tight hugs, while mothers shrieked with joy, wiping away tears streaming from their eyes, at the reunion in Abuja. On Sunday, witnesses in the northeast said a 12-person hunting team had come under attack near Maiduguri. Read More »

Trump says he's 'very close' to naming new FBI director


Two years later, he reemerged, winning a campaign for state attorney general. But the end of J. Edgar Hoover's almost half-century term leading the FBI in 1972 - coupled with revelations about USA spy agencies' intelligence activities uncovered by the post-Watergate Church and Pike committees - added to concerns about the selection of the bureau's director. Read More »

Germany, France confident of unlocking Greek aid


Speaking ahead of the meeting, Dijsselbloem said if "all goes well", then a deal can be reached that will allow the money to be disbursed "well in time" of a summer debt repayment hump for Greece. Macron explained his thinking about Greece in an interview to the Mediapart website two days before his election. Greece has seen its national output fall by a quarter since it was plunged into crisis more than seven years ago, and the latest setback leaves it even further from bringing its huge ... Read More »