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Kushner To Be Part Of 'War Room' Pushing Back On Russia Scandal


But if you look at all this as it has unraveled - Russia's clear intervention on Trump's behalf, Trump's firing of James Comey in an attempt to stop the FBI investigation, the multiple, unprecedented and undisclosed contacts between Russian officials and those at the highest levels of the Trump campaign, and Trump's attempts to disrupt NATO, Russia's most-feared adversary - I can't honestly make that argument any longer. Read More »

USA grants Israel extra defence aid: Netanyahu


Saudi Arabia realizes that there's only one strong country in the Middle East that can benefit it, and it's Israel . The Trump Administration is said to be trying to put together a " common set of principles " from which everyone can negotiate. Read More »

Trump world tour puts military, profits first


On "Late Night", Seth Meyers made fun of Trump's historic visit to the Western Wall, tying it to the president's pledge to build a wall along the border with Mexico and make Mexico pay for it." President Trump visited the Jewish holy site the Western Wall in East Jerusalem today ". Read More »

GST to make small cars and hybrids more expensive in India


The all-powerful GST Council on day two of its fourteenth meet finalised tax rates for services under the Goods and Service Tax (GST ) regime, scheduled to kick-in from July 1. Entertainment tax will be merged with service tax under GST and a composite 28 per cent levy charged on cinema services as well as gambling or betting at race course. Read More »

Indian army: 4 suspected rebels killed in disputed Kashmir


As the violence raged, hundreds of angry residents chanting anti-India slogans marched in an attempt to help the trapped rebel escape. Traders shuttered shops and businesses across the Kashmir Valley, including in Srinagar . He was named as the successor of Wani after the latter was killed in a gunfight with security forces on July 8 a year ago. However, they were chased by government forces. Read More »

Trump accused of 'utter contempt' over refusal to sign climate change agreement


In talks with European Union leaders, Trump appeared to display a limited grasp of how the world's biggest market operates a common trade policy, railing against Germany's "bad, very bad" surplus with his country. Trudeau, though, said that when it came to the discussion on the Paris agreement, "Mr. Trump was in listening mode", he said, adding that everyone was able to show how important it is to rally together in the fight against climate change . Read More »

Trump aide sought secret channel with Kremlin

Trump has called the Russian Federation inquiry a "witch hunt" and the talk of a collusion "a total hoax", although he also has hedged his denials when it comes to those around him. The FBI has collected data on computer bots, programs that perform repetitive functions like searches, allegedly linked to Russian Federation that helped target and push negative information on Hillary Clinton and positive information on Donald Trump through Facebook and other social media, the officials say. Read More »

CBSE Class 12 results to be declared today


The CBSE Class 12 Results 2017 will be announced on Sunday at 9 am. Stay tuned for more updates on how to check CBSE result 2017, check Central Board of Secondary Education results via SMS, CBSE 12th toppers details, revaluation and recorrection details which will be updated on this page. Read More »

Jared Kushner 'discussed secret communications channel with Russia'

On Friday, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) called for Trump to fire Kushner after the Post's report on the secure communication channel proposal, according to the Hill . In the days after the meeting with Mr. Kislyak, Mr. Kushner had a separate meeting with Sergey N. Gorkov, a Russian banker with close ties to Russia's president, Vladimir V. Read More »

Turkey: On second thought, we won't bomb U.S. allies advancing on Raqqa

In response, the Americans deployed their troops at the border to prevent the Turks from targeting the YPG and, if you believe the US line, to prevent attacks by the militants against Turkey. Showing how much the Turks care about the meeting, the Turkish president's chief advisor, İbrahim Kalın, along with intelligence chief Hakan Fidan and top commander Gen. Read More »

In Donald Trump's private moments, it's small talk and compliments

Netanyahu also criticized this practice in a statement made after Abbas's joint remarks with Trump on Tuesday, seemingly calling Abbas a hypocrite for offering his condolences to those who were hurt or lost loved ones in Monday evening's terrorist attacks in Manchester - Netanyahu said that had the Manchester victims been Israeli children, the Palestinian Authority would have paid the attacker's family. Read More »

Scandinavian leaders condemn Egypt Copts attack


Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi said on Friday all the recent terrorist attack in the United Kingdom, the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand and Egypt were carried out after US President Donald Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia, Press TV reported. Read More »

Rouhani urges United States to drop 'hostile' policies towards Iran

Rouhani added that Hezbollah is a respected and trusted group among Lebanese people and accusing Hezbollah of being terrorists will not help solve the terrorism problem. 'The Iranian nation has made a decision to be powerful. According to Trita Parsi, president of the National Iranian American Council, the more moderate "Rouhani's convincing win is a sharp rebuke to Iran's unelected institutions that were a significant brake on progress during Rouhani's first term". Read More »

BA cancels flights from London as global IT outage causes chaos


BA initially cancelled all flights before 6pm on Saturday but later announced that planes would be grounded for the rest of the day and warned passengers not to go to the airports. Those unable to fly will be offered a full refund."BA said delays could continue into Sunday, but most long-haul flights should be able to land as normal in London". Read More »

Kushner 'sought secret communication line with Moscow'


The lead Senate committee investigating Russian meddling in the 2016 USA presidential election has requested information and documents from President Donald Trump's campaign. "We have asked ( Reuters ) for the dates of such alleged calls so we may look into it and respond, but we have not received such information", Gorelick added. Read More »

Arsenal wins FA Cup after upset victory over Chelsea


On his future, Wenger added: "We have a board meeting on Tuesday, and on Wednesday or Thursday it will all be very clear". " Wenger Out" protests have become more and more prolific with each disastrous result endured by the Gunners , this season , with a 10-2 aggregate defeat to Bayern Munich in the Champions League and failure to finish in the Premier League top four for the first time in 21 years proving to be the nadir for numerous club's fans. Read More »

Paul plans to force vote on $110 billion Saudi arms deal


A handout picture provided by the office of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani shows him speaking at a conference in the capital Tehran . Iran condemned a suicide attack at a pop concert in Manchester that killed 22 people , but in an apparent swipe at Western security cooperation with Gulf Arab states said "artificial alliances" would not eliminate such threats. Read More »

Philippines' Duterte Visits Wounded Soldiers

He said dozens of gunmen occupied city hall, a hospital and a jail and burned a Catholic church, a college and some houses in a bold attack that killed at least two soldiers and a police officer and wounded 12 others. The United States listed one of the world's most unsafe terrorists and has offered a bounty of US$5 million (S$6.9 million) for his capture. An army brigade was sent to dislodge them, but they remained holed up in parts of Marawi as of last night. Read More »

Trump says intelligence leaks deeply troubling


Police in Manchester say two more arrests have been made in connection with the investigation into the deadly attack at an Ariana Grande concert as British authorities threaten to not share any more information with the USA after leaks to the media. Read More »

Trump woos Macron, may disappoint on Paris Agreement


Handshakes others before finally greeting Trump. German Chancellor Angela Merkel watches as President Donald Trump shakes hands with French President Emmanuel Macron during a ceremony to unveil artifacts from the World Trade Center and Berlin Wall for the new North Atlantic Treaty Organisation headquarters, Thursday, May 25, 2017 , in Brussels . Read More »

Pogba sends grieving Man Utd to Europa triumph


The 30-year-old defensive midfielder has allowed Pogba to shine for France and Mourinho is hoping that he will have the same affect at club level, according to the report in Le10Sport. Moments later, Antonio Valencia stung Onanas palms after a raid down the United right. Several of the players shared a picture from the changing room of the team holding a banner that read " Manchester - A City United #PrayForManchester". Read More »

North Korea 'A Particular Focus' for G-7 Leaders at Summit


Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Thursday that the G-7 leaders "will be united to address" the North Korean nuclear issue as it poses "a serious threat to the world". Tokyo and Washington believe that behind the North's continued acts of provocations lies the failure in the global community to take concerted measures against the North, with China , a close ally of North Korea , maintaining its stance of attaching weight to dialogue with the country. Read More »

South Korea's Moon Jae-in seeking Vatican's help on North Korea


China's United Nations ambassador called Tuesday for the full implementation of existing Security Council resolutions on North Korea , while simultaneously de-escalating tensions on the Korean peninsula. The South Korean Army responded with 90 rounds of K-3 machine gun after capturing the vehicle with a radar. Unidentified objects which flew across the border from the North were probably propaganda balloons, South Korea's military said Wednesday. Read More »