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4 bodies found inside tent at the highest camp on Everest


Major avalanches on Everest in 2014 and 2015 left 16 and 19 people dead respectively. Her attempt in 2015 was abandoned following a massive natural disaster in Nepal . Respected mountaineering commentator Alan Arnette said it appeared the four climbers died of carbon monoxide poisoning after using camping stoves inside their tent - preventable deaths that suggested both climbers and guides lacked experience. Read More »

Republican candidate in Montana special election allegedly 'body-slams' reporter


The wild card is Libertarian Mark Wicks who could upend the political ambitions of his competitors. The last guy that came in here did the same thing. The contest, held in a state that Trump won in a lopsided vote, has been surprisingly close, becoming a referendum on Trump policies. Montana voters are heading to the polls Thursday, May 25, 2017 , to decide a nationally watched congr. Read More »

WH: Trump was 'exhausted' when he said 'Islamic extremism'

The president's address was the centrepiece of his two-day visit to Saudi Arabia, his first overseas trip since his January swearing-in. After Trump landed in Tel Aviv, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu expressed "hope that one day an Israeli prime minister will be able to fly from Tel Aviv to Riyadh ". Read More »

On 'Satyagraha' against AAP, Kapil Mishra attacked by 'party volunteer'


Kejriwal should resign immediately as Chief Minister, he has cheated the people of Delhi, said protesters. Suspended Aam Aadmi Party leader, Kapil Mishra is sitting on a hunger strike today. In an open letter to Kejriwal, Mishra, suspended from the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) after he alleged corruption by the Chief Minister, said he was on a " satyagraha " at his home. Read More »

Hilarious Memes of President Trump's Awkward Meeting With Pope Francis


Trump responded by claiming that the Vatican is "ISIS' ultimate trophy". The real difference was between President Obama and Pope Francis-on these issues and others-though the media failed to report it. He added that he would give him "the benefit of the doubt". This has to be one of the most awkward photos ever. That falls right into Trump's wheelhouse, especially on his first foreign travel overseas. Read More »

Congressman gets lynching threat over Trump's impeachment call

Green announced on Wednesday on the House floor that he firmly believes that no one is above the law and if Trump committed any violations, he should be subject to the law. The Texas congressman said he is now working with constitutional lawyers to draft articles of impeachment against Trump. "The President must be impeached". Read More »

China sees 'no reason' not to talk with North Korea


But defence ministry spokesman Moon Sang-Gyun said the object on Tuesday had been spherical, not cylindrical like activists' balloons. The military later analyzed the data, determining the objects were "balloon-like", Moon added. Pyongyang's nuclear program is expected be among key issues as Gabriel meets with Prime Minister Li Keqiang and Foreign Minister Wang Yi later in the day. Read More »

Bomb blast won't affect Nicki Minaj's United Kingdom tour plans

Before his arrest in Tripoli yesterday, Abedi's father said his son had been affected by the death. The Washington Post reportsthat Abedi's younger brother, Hashem - who is either 20 or 19 - was detained in Libya on Tuesday on suspicions that he had ISIS ties and that he was planning to stage an attack in Tripoli, according to the pro-government Libyan counterterrism forces known as Rada. Read More »

Trump brands killer 'a loser' as he stands in solidarity with UK


Politics are taking a back seat to body language on President Donald Trump's visit to the Middle East and the Vatican (video below). "As the president noted, a deal can be reached with determination and compromise, and it will rest upon a foundation of security for Israelis - which requires that Palestinian incitement be seriously addressed - and dignity and self-determination for Palestinians", the IPF said . Read More »

Pope asks first lady Melania Trump what she feeds the president

At the exchange of gifts, the president gave the Pope a box of books from Martin Luther King, commenting: "I think you'll enjoy them, I hope you do". " Potica , yes", the Slovenian-born first lady said with a laugh before stepping aside. The Trumps and the Pope traded gifts after the Papal audience. Read More »

India opens fire on UN Observers along LOC


The punitive strikes were carried on 9 May, 2017, it claimed, using recoilless guns and anti-tank guided missiles to destroy a Pakistan Army position along the LoC. "Government supports the actions of Indian Army across LoC. At times they have not even hesitated to target villages in the proximity of Line of Control", he said. Read More »

Families frantic search for Barra girls after Manchester attack

The girls has travelled to watch the Ariana Grande concert as a birthday treat for Eilidh and as a reward for doing well in their exams at the 170-pupil Barra Community School. Twelve children under 16 were taken to hospital in a critical condition on Monday night, while numerous dead are thought to be youngsters. Looking for my daughter and her friend. Read More »

Manchester police hunt 'network' behind bomber

Two days after 22 people were killed and 119 more were wounded in an apparent suicide bombing following an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester , U.K, details are beginning to emerge about the 22-year-old suspect and his family's alleged ties to extremist groups in Libya. Read More »

Manchester United claim first Europa League title


It obviously takes happiness from our achievement. "We were really, really sad because you think of life and football - you have no choice", he said. On a wider level, it was also a moment to cheer for the team's home city, grieving two thousand kilometres away. And Mourinho was delighted with his side's pragmatic display, claiming that "poets do not win titles". Read More »

Militants in Philippines beheaded local police chief: Duterte


The militant leader has pledged allegiance to ISIS and the United States has offered a $5-million reward for information leading to his capture. "I will not allow this country to go to the dogs", Duterte said In a press conference after he arrived to the Philippines from Russian Federation. Read More »

Solemn duty to remember Holocaust victims, says Donald Trump on memorial visit


Perhaps nothing concerns Israel more than Trump's view that the ultimate solution to the Arab-Israeli conflict is the creation of a state for the Palestinian Arabs - the so-called two-state solution. "King Salman feels very strongly, and I can tell you, would love to see peace between Israel and the Palestinians". "So Trump is, in those remarks, kind of putting Israeli-Palestinian peace kind of in the center of the agenda". Read More »

Iran reformists storm to victory in Tehran council vote

Regime hard-liners such as Ebrahim Raisi , whom Rouhani soundly defeated in Friday's election, are already fighting to isolate the country from the West and its influence, so Trump's policy will for them be "more carrot than stick, " Sadjadpour said. Read More »

No Medicaid cuts in Trump budget? Really?

According to the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget , in order for Trump's tax cuts to pay for themselves, "The country would need roughly 4.5 percent sustained growth to pay for the entire tax plan - two-and-a-half times the 1.8 percent that CBO projects to occur over the next decade". Read More »

N Korea 'flatly rejects' United Nations vow to tighten sanctions


The council met behind closed doors to discuss tightening sanctions on North Korea following the launch on Sunday of a medium-range missile that again raised alarm over Pyongyang's military capabilities. Pyongyang denies any involvement. The Koreas face off across the world's most heavily armed border, and the two sides occasionally clash. Pyongyang said it launched an intermediate-range ballistic missile which met all technical requirements and could now be mass-produced, although U.S. Read More »

President Trump meets with Belgian Prime Minister

The two have fundamentally different views about how to restore balance to a global economic system they consider broken, with Trump focusing on the engines of capitalism and Francis fighting to protect the disadvantaged from the dehumanizing forces of the modern world. Read More »

Ranking House intel Dem: Subpoenas coming after Flynn denies request


Richard Burr , R-N.C., the chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, is taking his oversight role in carrying out the probe, and more broadly, how seriously the GOP Senate caucus is taking that role. Flynn is considered a key witness into accusations that Russian Federation interfered with the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Flynn was forced to resign in February following revelations that he secretly discussed United States sanctions against Russia with Sergey Kislyak , the ... Read More »

Threat coming from North Korea entering new stage: Abe


Han Min-koo told South Korea's parliament that Sunday's test had been detected by the controversial U.S. THAAD anti-missile system, which was deployed in South Korea last month, infuriating China . "The reality is that there is a high possibility of a military conflict at the NLL (Northern Limit Line) and military demarcation line", Moon was quoted as saying by the presidential Blue House. Read More »