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Montenegro's Markovic Shrugs Off Trump Shoving Incident At NATO Summit


Trump lectured the members for falling short on pledges to spend 2 percent of their gross domestic products on the military, much as he had hectored them on this subject during his presidential campaign", the piece reads. The same official added that there was an agreement between the three leaders (Trump, European Council President Donald Tusk and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker) to step up the fight against the self-proclaimed Islamic State. Read More »

Lawyer says Kushner stands ready to talk to investigators

It does not mean investigators suspect him of a crime or intend to charge him. It did not specify what came of Kushner's alleged pitch, if anything. The Washington Post is reporting that the FBI is investigating meetings that Trump's son-in-law, Kushner, had in December 2016, with Russian officials. Read More »

GOP holds onto Montana seat, yet both parties optimistic

Rebecca Schoenkopf reacts to the election results at Democratic candidate Rob Quist's election party at the DoubleTree Hotel Thursday night, May 25, 2017, in Missoula, Mont. "When you make a mistake you have to own up to it". Republican congressional candidate Greg Gianforte looks on during a campaign meet and greet at Lions Park on May 23, 2017 in Great Falls, Montana . Read More »

Washington Post Reports Jared Kushner Sought Secret Communications Channel with Kremlin

The key question before the Federal Bureau of Investigation is whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russian Federation in its effort to tilt the 2016 U.S. Those contacts included two phone calls between April and November of 2016, two of the sources told Reuters. It is also not clear whether Mr Kushner engaged with Mr Kislyak on his own or with other Trump aides. Read More »

The US would find a cooperative approach to Iran the better option

Rouhani emphasized that all countries have reached an understanding that unity in the fight against terrorism is the right path, adding that Iran has been and would be in the forefront of the anti-terror campaign. He made veiled criticisms at security agencies that control large swathes of the Iranian economy and have sought to block his efforts to privatise and attract foreign investment. Read More »

British police arrest another man in Manchester attack probe

In a speech at the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit, Trump said that he found the leaks " deeply troubling " and that he had directed USA agencies, including the Department of Justice, to investigate the leaks. The victims of the attack were still being identified on Wednesday, and pictures of British troops deployed in the central government district in Westminster, armed with assault rifles, dominated the news . Read More »

Praise for President Trump in the Middle East


Trump also mentioned his talk with Abbas, telling the audience, "They [Palestinians] are ready to reach for peace". Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said "several hundred" police officers were deployed to keep the peace. I even met a Palestinian woman yesterday who said she read Trump's book "How to Get Rich". Trump arrived in Bethlehem in a motorcade, crossing a checkpoint at Israel's controversial separation wall, and was greeted by Abbas and other dignitaries outside the ... Read More »

Jared Kushner allegedly asked for secret communication with Russian Federation

NBC News reported on Thursday that Mr Kushner was under scrutiny by the FBI , in the first sign that the investigation, which began last July, has reached the President'€™s inner circle. United States intelligence agencies concluded past year that Russian Federation used hacking and leaking of emails in an effort to harm Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and ultimately help Trump win. Read More »

Conte wants to stay 'many years' at Chelsea

But the Gunners missed out on the top four and have a host of injury concerns ahead of the Wembley clash. Chelsea was eighth in the league in late September after it was humbled at Arsenal 3-0. While Arsenal will be desperate to win the trophy-particularly as it could be Wenger's last match in charge if he does not stay beyond the expiration of his contract this summer-Chelsea should firmly be considered the favourites here. Read More »

Home Sports 'Poets don't win Titles' - Mourinho Slays Critics after Europa Triumph


However, Darmian was a regular feature towards the end of the season and played a crucial role in the Red Devils' 2-0 Europa League final victory over Ajax on Wednesday. Ajax hogged the ball for the rest of the match but rarely looked like getting past United, who saw the game out to preserve Mourinho's 100 percent record in European finals and deliver the continental trophy missing from their collection. Read More »

Corbyn: Manchester bomber 'does not represent Muslims'

A spokesman for Mr Corbyn said Mrs May was lying in her attack on the Labour leader. Corbyn responded to criticism from the Tories and Liberal Democrats over the timing of his speech, insisting he does not want to exploit Manchester to make "a narrow political point". Read More »

Trump's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation debut does little to assure allies


Mr. Trump is not the only US president to urge allies to increase military spending, but he is the first to not explicitly commit to NATO's collective defense clause: "An attack on one is an attack on all". "But we regard this statement by Trump in the context of what is happening in Washington and the United States in general over the so-called Russian dossier", he concluded. Read More »

Gold at Month-Long High on Uncertainty


Leaders of the world's rich nations face hard talks with Donald Trump at a G7 summit in Sicily on Friday after the United States president lambasted North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies and condemned German trade policies a day earlier. Read More »

The Venezuelan Apocalypse: a 21-year-old was torched by protesters

CARACAS , Venezuela (AP) — Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is accusing protesters of setting fire to a government supporter, saying what he calls "Nazi-fascist" elements are taking root inside the opposition's ranks and contributing to a unsafe spiral of violence in the two-month anti-government protest movement. Read More »

Death From Above: Texas Approves Hunting Feral Hogs by Hot Air Balloon


This isn't the first attempt at rooting out the hogs from the air. Hunting by helicopter has proven expensive and hard to hit anything, and often scares the animals away. The problem, mainly, is feral hogs, long blamed for tearing up Texans land and crops, especially as their population reaches around 2 million here a year. Read More »

Commerce secretary appears to fall asleep during Trump's speech

President Donald Trump ended a visit to Tehran's arch-foe Saudi Arabia where arms deals worth nearly $110 billion were signed. "We have before us a rare opportunity to bring security and stability and peace to this region and to its people", Trump said upon his arrival in Tel Aviv. Read More »

Stenson in touch with 1st-round leader Stenson at Wentworth

Indeed, four of the greens - the eighth, 11th, 14th and 16th holes - have been completely reshaped while five more - the third, fourth, fifth, 12th and 15th holes - were partially rebuilt. "I didn't have any confidence from inside four or five feet but I can't blame the greens. suppose it's just a case of me getting used to them", he told reporters . Read More »

Vancouver's 4/20 rally cost the city more than $245000

Of the $245,379, the most significant single cost was for policing, which the city says cost $170,670 between the two events. WATCH: The Global BC helicopter captured the scene, and smoke, of Vancouver's Sunset Beach 4/20 rally . But because of the large number of participants, the smoking bylaw was not enforced during the event. If that doesn't happen, Larsen plans to continue holding the event at Sunset Beach. Read More »

SKorea OKs civilian contact with NKorea in goodwill gesture


Perfecting re-entry is "really a matter of enough trial and error to make that work", Stewart said. "He doesn't seem to understand the vast destructive nature of these weapons and the line he would be crossing by using them". During the call, Trump had asked the Philippine President about his thoughts on whether North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un was "stable or not stable". Read More »

EU's Tusk calls on G7 to maintain Russia sanctions

As president, Trump has unraveled a number of Obama-era energy restrictions, including a landmark plan to restrict climate-changing emissions from coal-fired power plants. Cohn said that Russian sanctions came up earlier Thursday during Trump's meeting with North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leaders in Brussels . While Republicans have blamed Obama-era environmental regulations for the loss of coal jobs, federal data shows that US mines have been shedding jobs for decades amid increasing ... Read More »