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Trump Admin Regrets Erasing Israeli Territory From US Maps

The last round of peace talks, led by then-President Barack Obama and his secretary of state, John Kerry , fell apart in 2014. Itamar Marcus - Director of the Israeli monitoring organization Palestinian Media Watch (PMW), which tracks terror incitement - said he was encouraged by Gorka's comment. Read More »

Trump stresses 'unshakable' bond between US, Israel

They would think that that is a great name. But Rubio, who sparred with Trump on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict during the 2016 Republican presidential primary, said the Palestinians' view of peace is at odds with those of the American people. Read More »

Trump says he 'never mentioned Israel' during intel leak to Russians

The display wasn't entirely spontaneous: Israeli media reported that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made attendance mandatory for all government ministers. Barack Obama visited the wall in 2008, but as a candidate during the presidential campaign. But it was another stark reminder for the president that his troubles at home, including the investigation of his ties to Russian Federation and his firing of FBI Director James Comey, have followed him across the ocean on his multi-nation ... Read More »

Saudi, UAE pledge $100mn to Ivanka Trump women's fund

Drive them out of your communities. The moment was abrupt interruption of an otherwise warm and smooth welcome for Trump to the Holy Land. "And drive them out of this Earth". But later in his speech, Trump turned to harsh criticism of Iran. He also criticized the Iranian regime as a "government that speaks openly about mass murder". Read More »

Why has Theresa May had to rework commitments on social care?


In what amounts to her biggest misstep of the campaign to date, May set out plans on Thursday to make some elderly people pay a greater share of their care costs, before hastily announcing on Monday there would actually be a limit. "I haven't got through this election yet". So I want to make a further point clear. Phil Wilson, who has held the Sedgefield seat since Mr Blair stood down in 2007, said he will "put local people first" and promised he will oppose his party leader if necessary. Read More »

Coca-Cola, Yankees to skip Puerto Rican parade


Two more sponsors are saying they will skip New York City's Puerto Rican Day parade after a decision by organizers to honor a freed nationalist who once embraced armed resistance to the USA rule of Puerto Rico. "To best protect the interests of those students, and avoid any undue harm to them, the Yankees will continue to provide financial support for the scholarships, and will give to the students directly". Read More »

Newcastle Arena reassures fans after Manchester terror attack


Crying children and parents desperately tried to find each other as cell phone signals faltered in the deluge of calls, witnesses said. Home Secretary Amber Rudd decried "a barbaric attack, deliberately targeting some of the most vulnerable in our society - young people and children out at a pop concert". Read More »

Trump calls for Israel-Arab coalition against terrorism, extremism

Relying on one of his preferred insults, Trump said he would call the perpetrators "losers, because that's what they are". US -sponsored peace talks between the Israel and Palestinian had collapsed in 2014. The US president's high-security cavalcade of about 60 vehicles drove through closed roads in Jerusalem to the town five miles to the south. Officials on all sides have played down hopes of an imminent breakthrough in peace negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians - described ... Read More »

Donald Trump calls for peace in Middle East, tougher line against Iran


The White House captioned a live video feed of President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaking together as being broadcast from " Jerusalem , Israel", a departure from the policies of past presidents. Later on Monday, the US leader will pray at Judaism's Western Wall and visit the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem , and on Tuesday he will travel to Bethlehem in the occupied West Bank . Read More »

Relatives search for loved ones still missing after Manchester attack

What if the attack had happened last weekend when Ariana Grande was in Dublin? While many expressed their shock and sadness, particularly as Grande's popularity amongst teenagers meant that there could be a high number of young people amongst the dead, inhabitants made it clear that they would not be spurred to hate by the attack. Read More »

Trump to meet Palestinian leader Abbas in West Bank

I'm glad there is personal chemistry between the two leaders and convinced the president loves Israel, and that will surely help us in the future. Concerns have also been raised over Trump's sharing of intelligence with Russian Federation said to have originally come from Israel. Read More »

Police vow to continue search for Moors murder victim Keith Bennett

Brady was jailed for life in 1966 along with his girlfriend Myra Hindley for abducting, abusing, torturing and killing five children in Manchester before burying them on nearby Saddleworth Moor. Keith Bennett, also 12, vanished on his way to his grandma's house in Longsight, Manchester on 16 June 1964. If there is one good thing to come out of the death of Brady, it is that this abomination was only kept alive to allow him to suffer and stew on the atrocities he committed without caring ... Read More »

Netanyahu Praises Trump for 'Reassertion of American Leadership in the Middle East'


Wearing the traditional Jewish kippa or skullcap, Trump walked alone to the wall, where he placed his hands on the stones and put a note with a prayer into a crack in the wall, a Jewish tradition. The U.S. has never recognized Israeli sovereignty over territory occupied in 1967, including east Jerusalem . The White House said the visit was unofficial and private. Read More »

Ariana Grande Concert Attack: Islamic State Group Claims Responsibility


The group's self-styled news agency Amaq separately claimed "a security squad" carried out the attack . Authorities believe they know the identity of the man who carried out the suicide blast. In a statement to PEOPLE, the singer's rep said Grande is "okay" following the explosion. She said she heard an explosion toward the end of the performance. Read More »

Tillerson holds briefing in Saudi Arabia without US press

In his first overseas trip as president, Donald Trump sealed an arms deal with Saudi Arabia worth $350 billion over 10 years, with almost $110 billion to take effect immediately. Tillerson also emphasized the deal will create jobs in the US defense sector. Tillerson was making the comments in Saudi Arabia at a joint press conference with Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Bin Ahmed al-Jubeir. Read More »

KFF: AHCA could increase premiums for 6.3M people with pre-existing conditions

The letters come nearly two weeks after the Republican-led House passed the AHCA in a party-line vote. Democrats have deliberately stoked fear in millions of Americans by confusing people about how the House bill works. In a new Gallup poll , 18 percent of Americans responded that healthcare coverage is the single most important issue at the moment - tied with overall government dissatisfaction. Read More »

Trump asked two intel chiefs to deny Russia collusion


Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.), Coats said that if asked , he would provide details of his conversation with Trump to Mueller. He then asked Coats: "Was it unsafe for the president to share that information?" I believe Russian Federation could have been involved in influencing the election. Read More »

Police say 19 killed in blast at Grande concert


Authorities say the explosion is being treated as a terrorist attack. Georgina Callander, 18, was also killed, according to her school, the Bishop Rawstorne Church of England Academy. He confirmed that children were among those who died. May is due to chair a meeting of the government's COBRA emergency committee later Tuesday. Yoshihide Suga, the government's chief cabinet secretary, says: "If this is a terrorist attack, such abhorrent acts of terrorism can not be justified for any ... Read More »

Trump meets Abbas in Bethlehem, says he's 'committed' to a peace deal

Spokesman Sean Spicer said the president was being kept up to date on the blast by his national security team. President Trump's talks with his Palestinian counterpart is largely being seen as symbolic, but the two may discuss steps to take Palestinian-Israeli talks forward, reports the Express Tribune. Read More »

Donald Trump condemns 'evil losers' in Manchester terror attack

President Donald Trump in the major address of his visit to Israel called for a coalition of nations to fight against extremism and insisted that both Israel and the Palestinians are ready for peace. After talks with Abbas, Trump will travel to Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial in Jerusalem and give a speech at the Israel Museum. "On behalf of the United States, we pledge to stand by you, so that we can defeat terrorism and bring security and safety to our children", he said. Read More »

Shire PLC (SHP) Earns Buy Rating from Berenberg Bank

The stock increased 0.37% or GBX 0.71 on May 17, reaching GBX 193.41. Investors of record on Thursday, April 6th will be issued a GBX 24.70 ($0.32) dividend. 14/03/2017 - London Stock Exchange Group had its "Buy" rating reiterated by analysts at Citigroup. The firm has "Neutral" rating given on Friday, January 8 by JP Morgan. Read More »

God Brought You Back, Aisha Buhari Tells Freed Chibok Girls


He also commended Security Agencies, the Red Cross Society , local authorities, and both local and foreign NGOs for their contribution towards securing the girls' release. The People's Democratic Party National Caretaker Committee has welcomed the release of the 82 Chibok girls. Nigeria's government says another 83 girls would be released "very soon". Read More »