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Macron fails to woo Trump's support on Paris agreement


Trump finally seemed ready to pull away - but Macron evidently wasn't. Trump appears to yank on Macron's arm, but the two smile afterward. But Macron, France's 39-year-old political wunderkind, appeared to be ready for him when they met for lunch at the United States embassy in Brussels ahead of a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit. Read More »

Manchester bomber Salman Abedi 'asked mother for forgiveness hours before attack'


On Thursday, Donald Trump issued a statement condemning the " alleged leaks of sensitive information". The BBC said the Manchester Police hoped to resume normal intelligence relationships soon but are now furious. The disclosure of potential evidence "undermines our investigations and the confidence of victims, witnesses and their families". Details regarding the name of the alleged bomber, Salman Abedi , were published in US media before British police released that ... Read More »

Iran's Rouhani Denounces US' Middle East Ignorance

Qassemi said Washington was "reinvigorating terrorists in the region by its hostile policies" and "should stop selling arms to risky terrorists". Iranian state television reported Monday that Mohsen Hashemi Rafsanjani, a son of the influential late former President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, won more than 1.7 million votes to come in first among the candidates. Read More »

Mahrez rues disallowed penalty as Leicester City lose at Manchester City

Had Mahrez not slipped on the penalty , they would have let slip a two-goal lead and the loss of two precious points. "You don't want to concede another goal and then you're in the middle, whether to attack or defend is hard to decide - I understand the dilemma and Leicester played well and gave a good performance in the second half". Read More »

Trump pushes aside Montenegro leader - who calls it natural


US President Donald Trump inaugurated the new headquarters during a ceremony on Thursday with other heads of state and government. Traveling on Air Force One this week, Secretary of State Rex W. Montenegro newspaper Vijesti reported: "It seems Donald Trump did not want anyone to overshadow his presence at the summit". In almost 70 years of existence, Article 5 has only been invoked once - September 11, 2001 - and was the catalyst for NATO's involvement in the war in Afghanistan ... Read More »

Russian intelligence 'recorded discussing influencing Donald Trump'

Despite much of the discussion revolving around the investigation of Trump and his campaign associates, Schiff had some criticism for President Obama's handling of Russia's meddling in the election. Still, allegations that Trump has sought to interfere in the investigation are beginning to mount (as are new reports about Russian efforts to influence the 2016 campaign). Read More »

A look at latest legal loss for Trump travel ban

The judges "remain unconvinced" that the travel ban had "more to do with national security than it does with effectuating the President's promised Muslim ban". It also got rid of language that would give priority to religious minorities and removed Iraq from the list of banned countries. Critics say the changes were not sufficient to eliminate the legal problems associated with the order. Read More »

Mertesacker to make most of unexpected Cup final chance


Kieran Gibbs is hopeful of a comeback after missing the Everton game with a thigh injury, as he has excelled since Arsenal's switch to 3-4-3. Where can I watch Arsenal - Chelsea? "A month ago I would have been very confident of the outcome against Arsenal in the Final, but Arsenal have picked up of late and look a different team than the one even a few weeks ago". Read More »

Trump threatens prosecution over Manchester attack leaks


Trump in turn vowed to investigate, according to a White House statement to reporters, saying "leaks of sensitive information pose a grave threat to our national security ". British authorities believe the attacker was a part of a larger network , but they're concerned about leaks in the investigation. British police said they had lifted a cordon and people were being allowed to return to their homes after the area was evacuated as a precaution. Read More »

The UK Has Stopped Sharing Manchester Attack Information With The US

Late Wednesday, The New York Times published images of what appeared to be debris from the device used to kill 22 people at Manchester Arena following a performance by USA pop star Ariana Grande. He died at the attack scene. Both he and his father appear to have been linked to a group of fighters from the Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG) who settled in Manchester after trying to fight the regime of Muammar Gaddafi. Read More »

Spymaster silent on Trump pressure to deny Russian Federation proof

The Saudi royal family welcomed US President Donald Trump to a palace on Saturday with a strobe light show, a line of dancing swordsmen, a red carpet and a feast. Trump fired FBI Director James Comey earlier this month, prompting reports that Trump tried to get Comey to back away from investigating former national security adviser Michael Flynn. Read More »

Eyewitness to Jakarta bombings tells of terror


He spoke from his hometown of Solo in Central Java province. Two explosions hit the vehicle park next to the Transjakarta bus terminal in the Kampung Melayu district of East Jakarta about 9pm Wednesday (local time), according to the Jakarta Post . Read More »

Wayne Rooney 'more or less' decided on Manchester United future

His team went to Stockholm to do a job and they managed to do just that. The 31-year-old has been starved of playing time under Jose Mourinho as it seems his powers are on the wane at the highest levels of European football . The Spanish playmaker added that it has been a "very, very hard week for our fans and the city of Manchester " but that gave the team extra motivation for the game as " we tried to win " especially for everyone that lost someone in the attack. Read More »

President Trump Calls Manchester Arena Terrorists 'Evil Losers'


Trump spoke to British Prime Minister Theresa May about the attack, the White House said, expressing condolences and assistance on behalf of the US. In a speech on regional peace on Monday, Trump said after meeting Arab leaders on his trip to Saudi Arabia, he believes that "a new level of partnership is possible and will happen". Read More »

CWA members strike at Cheektowaga AT&T Store

The strikers include as many as 21,000 AT&T wireless workers, including those manning retail stores. "The major issues on the table CWA members are hoping can be negotiated range from increasing pay to cover rising healthcare costs, to sick day policies, and job security", New York's WIVB reports . Read More »

Greg Gianforte keeps low profile, Montana votes


Republican Greg Gianforte won the special election for Montana's open U.S. House seat Thursday night and apologized to the reporter who accused the Republican of "body-slamming" him, CNN reported. ET, with almost half of precincts reporting. Asked what will happen if Gianforte is given jail time and nevertheless wins the congressional election, Gootkin replied, "If he is ordered to go to jail by the judge, then I would guess that that judge expects him to go to jail". Read More »

IS supporters exalt Manchester bombing


The news about the Islamic State being behind the attack appeared in the morning of May 23. Ariana Grande , the US pop star who had just finished performing when the bomb ripped through the foyer of Manchester Arena in northwest England on Monday, is hugely popular with pre-teens and teens. Read More »

Iran's leader jabs Trump's 'theatrical' Saudi trip


Trump's speech to Muslim leaders called for the countries to join together to fight Islamic extremism and state-financed terror. But Trump made clear in a landmark speech on Sunday that comity with Iran was not on the table - branding the Islamic Republic the region's major backer of terrorism , and calling it responsible for instability across the Middle East . Read More »

British Police Resume Sharing Intel With US Counterparts

The New York Times also published a graph of the crime scene showing the location of the bodies, most of which were in a circle around the suicide bomber. May said the national threat level from terrorism remains at critical - the highest level, meaning that another attack may be imminent. But with just over two weeks to go until a national election, May's Conservatives and political parties said they would resume campaigning in the coming days. Read More »

Trump, G7 peers seek deals on terrorism, trade, climate

Theresa May , 60, entered 10 Downing St. last July to shepher. But as TRT World's Francis Collings reports, there is a degree of uncertainty regarding the policies of U.S. The effort to keep Trump onboard will focus on convincing his team that developing renewable energy forms and technology to facilitate cleaner fossil fuels can be drivers of the job-creating growth that he says is his priority. Read More »

Manchester attacker's younger brother arrested in Tripoli


Intelligence sharing, British Prime Minister Theresa May said , is built on trust. Photos were published by The New York Times on Wednesday of evidence collected from the carnage , which British counterterrorism officials strongly objected to because they said it "undermines our investigations". Read More »

Republican Gianforte Wins Montana House Seat, Apologizes After Assault Charge

Shaun Scott, a computer science professor at Carroll College in Helena, voted for Gianforte despite the assault charge, saying it was barely a factor in his decision. The Committee also said Gianforte must quit the race and the Republican Party should publicly denounce him. In his victory speech, Gianforte also echoed numerous themes of Trump's campaign. Read More »

No info from Pak on Jadhav's condition


Reportedly, Pakistan is to dispatch an ad-hoc judge to the worldwide court while a legal team would also be formed to assist counsel in the ICJ for Pakistan, Khawar Qureshi. India has disputed the claim and said Jadhav was kidnapped from Iran where he had business interests. Mehmood attacked the government for selecting a lawyer at the ICJ "who had not a single worldwide law case reported from the UK Supreme Court". Read More »

Moses: Chelsea not scared of Sanchez

The storylines here are plentiful. The problem with Arsenal , though, is we often spend time remembering their successes, rather than expecting more. "We lost two games in a row against Liverpool and Arsenal ". They have been crowned Premier League champions and the Blues manager can expect to land another trophy at Wembley Stadium this weekend. Read More »