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US First Lady, Melania Trump Slaps Away Donald Trump's Hand In Israel


In footage captured of the group walking across the tarmac, the first lady - dressed in a sleek white skirt suit - appears to swat away the president's hand. He obviously likes to hold her hand and she, not so much. After waving at the crowd, President Trump reached out for Melania's hand, when she whisked it away to tuck her hair. Read More »

Manchester terror attack: Police investigating 'network' over concert bombing


Police and security services found further explosives in extensive raids on Wednesday. The police, Downing Street and the Home Office refused to comment on the BBC report, but Theresa May will confront Donald Trump about the leaks - including crime scene photographs - when she meets him at a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels on Thursday. Read More »

Albuquerque FBI Division Observes National Missing Children's Day


May 25 is marked as the National Missing Children's Day , which was first proclaimed by former President Ronald Reagan in 1983. According to NCMEC , photos are one of the most vital tools for law enforcement when searching for a missing child, and have the power to produce leads that can help law enforcement give families' answers and help safely recover children. Read More »

Man United beat Ajax 2-0, win Europa League

The former teen prodigy has fallen down the pecking order to a rotation role at United this season and it would appear that an understandable desire to play regular football will determine his choice. "And we didn't. we just came to do our job". But the event passed off peacefully and there were no violent clashes between United and Ajax fans. United was the clear victor, the players imposing themselves as much through their physicality as their superior game management. Read More »

Manchester attack probe widens with arrests in Libya

In London , police and security are being boosted, the Metropolitan Police Service announced Wednesday . The National Police Chiefs' Council (NPCC) said the leak of the pictures breached trust and "undermines our investigations and the confidence of victims, witnesses and their families". Read More »

Soldiers try to restore order in besieged Philippine city

A woman touches an image of Jesus Christ shortly after attending a mass for victims of the recent attack in Marawi by Muslim militants linked to the Islamic State group and also for extrajudicial killings inside a church in Man. Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte at the opening plenary of the World Economic Forum on ASEAN in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, May 11, 2017. Around 20 people have died in the fighting, including 13 militants and five soldiers, said Lt. Read More »

USA leaks on Manchester terror probe 'irritating,' UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd

Hashem Abedi also said he had visited Britain to help prepare the Manchester attack and he was "clearly aware of the details of this terrorist operation", the statement said . A spokeswoman for Rudd declined to clarify her comments. His 22 victims included an eight-year-old girl, several teenage girls, a 28-year-old man and a Polish couple who had come to collect their daughters. Read More »

Lauder praises Trump for underscoring Jewish people's historic ties to Jerusalem


In what may concern peace advocates, he did not specifically mention the two-state solution, long the focus of global efforts and US Middle East diplomacy. Abbas' newfound willingness to cooperate can be seen as a response to Trump's strong rhetoric regarding his commitment to make what he has called "the ultimate deal" between the two historically hostile nations. Read More »

DeGrom scratched by Mets because of weather forecast


The four-run comeback tied the biggest of the season for San Diego, which trailed 4-0 in an 8-5 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks on April 26. His ERA improved from 4.07 to 3.56 with the victory. DeGrom has been one of the few bright spots in the Mets' rotation. The Mets' current fifth starter, Tommy Milone, has a 10.50 ERA in three starts. A bumpy start to the season has left him with no margin for error , especially when it comes to the management of his burned-out bullpen. Read More »

London 'irritated' by US leaks in Manchester attack


He said Salman sounded "normal" when they last spoke five days ago. There was nothing worrying at all until. Though his neighbors tell NPR they did not know him well, some of them recall an incident in which a resident complained to police several years ago that members of the Abedi family had shown signs of radicalization. Read More »

GOP plan critics, fans see what they want in CBO score


The AHCA would alter key provisions of the ACA, including the elimination of the tax penalty on Americans who fail to maintain health insurance coverage, the addition of state-level waivers on coverage of "essential benefits", and cutting federal funds for Medicaid. Read More »

Seven men, five women will decide Bill Cosby's fate

She was ordered to either serve 45 days in jail or 30 days of graffiti removal. Prosecutors vigorously disputed this charge. Bill Cosby speaks to the media as he and his attorney leave Allegheny County Courthouse after the third day of jury selection in his sexual assault trial in Pittsburgh on Wednesday, May 24, 2017 . Read More »

Lives lost: Who are the Manchester bombing victims?

Eight-year-old Saffie Rose Roussos from Leyland, Lancashire, is so far the youngest named victim. "I saw the little girl was conscious and I said, 'What's your name?'", he said. "I am praying the mum pulls through and copes with the tragedy of finding out when she does about her daughter". If anybody has seen her please contact the police. Read More »

Death toll in Venezuela protest climbs to 53 after 4 more die


Maduro on Sunday said that 21-year-old Orlando Zaragoza suffered burns to nearly all his body when he was doused with gasoline and set on fire at a protest in Caracas a day earlier. The government also unveiled its latest foreign-exchange auction mechanism to boost its control of the currency on Tuesday. "The situation in Venezuela is that what has happened in the past two weeks does not affect a mere one percent of the country's territory, but it is being presented at the worldwide level ... Read More »

White Jurors Selected for Bill Cosby Sexual Assault Trial

The case has drawn massive media coverage, leading O'Neill to agree to select jurors in Pittsburgh, rather than Montgomery County, where Cosby will be tried starting on June 5. O'Neill dismissed a second pool of 80 potential jurors because he said he would not be able to begin questioning them Tuesday. Juror No. 8, a white middle-age man, said he could be a fair juror even though a family member had once suffered a sexual assault. Read More »

Pope Francis Met With Donald Trump

Trump greeted Francis in Sala del Tronetto, the room of the little throne, on the second floor of the Apostolic Palace. While Donald dropped in on Italy's President and met Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni, Melania visited a children's hospital and Ivanka met women trafficked from Africa for the sex trade. Read More »

May says intelligence sharing partnership with USA based on trust


Authorities in the United Kingdom were fuming today after crime scene pictures from the Manchester bombing appeared in The New York Times . The reaction from Ms. The disclosures followed a report last week that Trump shared top secret information on Middle East terror that had been provided to the USA by the Israelis with the Russians. Read More »

At least 4 Indonesian soldiers killed in South China Sea exercise

The Philippine head of state said he told Xi his island nation meant to enforce an global arbitration ruling and begin searching for oil in a part of the South China Sea that Beijing claims as its exclusive property. "Let us take advantage of the friendly atmosphere right now and the good relationship of President Duterte with Chinese leaders", he said. The move comes as the Philippines' new president, Rodrigo Duterte, pivots away from the United States and toward China . Read More »

Police 'stop sharing Manchester bomb intelligence' after series of leaks

A British official told Fox News that May plans to raise the issue to Trump during their meeting at the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit. British Interior Minister Amber Rudd had described the leaks as "irritating" early on Thursday, after details about bomber Salman Abedi , including his name, first appeared in US media, adding that Britain's allies were perfectly clear that it "shouldn't happen again". Read More »