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President Trump Meets With Palestinian President Abbas

I wont call them monsters, because they would like that term. But Trump may face concerns from Israelis over the new $110 billion arms deal he announced during his previous stop in Saudi Arabia as well as questions from Israeli officials about revelations that he disclosed sensitive Israeli intelligence to Russian officials. Read More »

Tillerson: Trump weighs impact of embassy move on Middle East peace

The Palestinian Territories are a mess, but there is little a hypothetical agreement with Israel can do about that. "It's part of the West Bank", said the White House official, according to Channel 2. The US president will start his first ever foreign tour by visiting the Saudi capital on Friday and then will leave for Israel on Monday. However, the six-month extension of the waiver will end on the first of June, leaving Trump before two choices: either to extend it or to allow for the ... Read More »

Man City and Liverpool beat Arsenal to Champions League


Pressed as to when exactly he felt the uncertainty about his future had affected his players, he said: "It's a good question". Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho , center no. When you lose games where you make too many mistakes and drop points unnecessarily, that was a mistake, particularly the games at the end of February and March when we slipped behind and we had to chase. Read More »

Trump warns Iran over nuclear weapons, militia


Mr Trump later visited Israel's national Holocaust memorial, the Yad Vashem, in Jerusalem . President Trump was received like visiting royalty in Saudi Arabia on the first leg of his maiden worldwide trip, a five-stop marathon across the Middle East and Europe. Read More »

Stabbing of black college student investigated as hate crime

Collins' murder has since sparked fear among students at both Maryland universities, especially among nonwhite students. A University of Maryland student accused of fatally stabbing a black man on campus will remain behind bars. Army and was set to graduate Tuesday, May 23, his family members told News4 Washington . The Bowie State student later died the hospital. Marylanders count on College Park to nurture the best and brightest of our young and to light the way forward, not to ... Read More »

Hall of Famer Cortez Kennedy found dead

Orlando Police said it was investigating what led to his death, but said there was nothing suspicious to report. The NFL's 1992 Defensive Player of the Year, Kennedy was among the most dominant players on his side of the ball through the 1990s. Read More »

Theresa May waters down 'dementia tax' in humiliating Tory U-turn

Appearing visibly angry, she accused Mr Corbyn of resorting to " fake claims , fear and scaremongering " over the impact of her plans and chided reporters who asked about a dementia tax for "using terms that have been used by the Labour Party to try and scare people in this country". Read More »

Saudi Arabia, UAE Promise to Donate $100Mln to Ivanka Trump's Foundation

Before he flew to the Middle East last week, Mr Trump fired former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey under the pretence that he was a "showboat". PRESIDENT HASSAN ROUHANI , Iran (through interpreter): He has gone to a country where I think the word election has no meaning for them. His next stops include Rome, the Vatican and Brussels. Read More »

Congressional panels pledge thorough inquiry into Comey firing


A former Trump campaign aide is requesting that President Donald Trump set up a legal fund to help associates ensnared in the federal probe into Trump campaign contacts with Russian Federation. "I don't know if there are documents", Chaffetz said. Mr Kushner has long advised the President both during his campaign and in the White House. Brien Comey called his son's firing "a Trump deal" as "because Jim tells the truth, (while) Trump runs around lying most of the day". Read More »

Congressmen Call On Trump To Recognize Jerusalem As The Israeli Capital


Trump". In Riyadh , Trump had given a long, sharp-edged speech that most Israelis saw as a success. He's also backed away from his campaign pledge to move the U.S. He genuinely wants to resolve the generations-long impasse between the two sides (even if it's just to get some positive coverage), and he's been taking actions over the past four months that indicate he's serious about getting the parties closer to a process, dispatching his envoy to meet with as many voices as possible and ... Read More »

Trump Travels To Bethlehem For Meeting With Abbas


Trump went on to say that he is "personally committed" to helping Israel and Palestinians reach a lasting peace, acknowledging that promises for such a deal have been made but, in an apparent reference to his record of dealmaking in business, he said, "That's what I do". Read More »

Sturridge and Coutinho happy to stay


But Liverpool , who began the day one point ahead of Arsenal also won, dispatching Middlesbrough 3-0 at Anfield. "I've turned down every club in the world to stay here". It certainly made Jurgen Klopp's half time team talk easier. "I think that will help them, absolutely, next season". The Arsenal manager spent £90m on new signings last summer as Wenger attempted to transform his squad into potential title winners, although the Gunners finished in fifth place. Read More »

Germany: No decision yet on relocating from Turkish air base


Germany's Tornado reconnaissance jets and refueling plane are engaged in the global effort against the Islamic State group in Syria and the minister says "the fight against terror. Von der Leyen spoke on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum's regional gathering in Jordan. Last week she announced that her country was seeking a new location to deploy its troops who are part of the US-led coalition allegedly fighting Daesh in Iraq and Syria. Read More »

What We Know About the Manchester Concert Bombing

Greater Manchester Police Chief Constable Ian Hopkins said in a press conference on Wednesday morning that they believe the attack was carried out by a single man who died in the blast. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Tuesday morning that such an "incomprehensable" attack would only "strengthen our determination to continue working together with our friends in the United Kingdom to combat those who plan and carry out such despicable acts". Read More »

Saudi Arabia king: Trump's visit a 'turning point'

Donald Trump had already given a major hint about the direction of his foreign policy when he chose Saudi Arabia to be the first country he visited as president. Iran's economy has slowly recovered since the lifting of sanctions past year but deals with Western investors are few and far between as foreign investors are cautious about trading with or investing in Iran, fearing penalties from remaining unilateral United States sanctions. Read More »

Unidentified DPRK flying object crosses border with S. Korea


State news agency KCNA claimed that Kim Jong-Un supervised the test. New Zealand's prime minister says the Japanese government is "quite concerned" with North Korea's ballistic missile capabilities, and the latest escalation of tensions in the region will be a test for China to put pressure on the rogue state to stop their missile tests. Read More »

Former CIA chief says he warned Moscow over election hacking

Trump and other administration officials have repeatedly twisted the words of former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper to support their content that no evidence of collusion existed. Brennan also said that the Russians likely had further damaging information on Clinton that they had acquired as part if their hacking operation, and they would have released that information during Clinton's eventual presidency to weaken her. Read More »

VanCantfort: Magical thinking on GOP health care bill

Early predictions (and the hope of some House moderates) had been that the Senate's health care bill would quickly move to the left when it moved to the upper chamber, but behind the scenes, conservatives are acting as a powerful force. The House bill does not take things in the right direction. "I've said for a long time , you know, you're never going to control the cost of health care to a large degree until you get people to be consumers of health care again", said Simpson, who worked ... Read More »

Trump says former Federal Bureau of Investigation director Comey is a 'nut job'

Meanwhile, Comey is set to give evidence regarding Russian meddling in the USA election in an open hearing of the Senate intelligence committee after US Memorial Day on 29 May. The memo is said to have been written by Mr Comey the day after Mr Flynn resigned. "I'm convinced that he's nuts", continued the elder Comey, a Republican who formerly served as a borough councilman, referring to Trump . Read More »

'Everybody Was Screaming,' Witnesses Detail Deadly Manchester Terror Attack

The youngest fatality identified so far, Saffie Roussos, was 8. Grande is a 23-year-old pop singer and actress who has been in the public spotlight since 2010, when she began appearing on the Nickelodeon television show "Victorious". Liam Gallagher‏, former frontman of Manchester band Oasis, wrote: "In total shock and absolutely devastated about what's gone down in Manchester". "My thoughts are with all of those that have been affected by this tragedy". Read More »

WHO assembly set to choose next chief among 3 candidates

David Nabarro , a United Nations veteran, in the third and final round of voting. Aides working for the campaign of one of his rivals, David Nabarro of the United Kingdom, recently dredged up accusations that Tedros covered up cholera epidemics to avoid isolation from the worldwide community. Read More »