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Manchester Attack Police reveal photos of bomber on night of massacre

An armed police officer speaks with children on a street in central Manchester , northwest England, on May 25, 2017 three days after the May 22 terror blast at the Manchester Arena. Peter's Square in prayer, saying he was "close to the relatives and all those who are weeping for the dead". The band said its "thoughts and prayers are with the families and friends of those affected and all the people of Manchester at this hard time". Read More »

#ManchesterBlast: Ariana Grande to hold concert for victims

Police have reviewed security at more than 1,300 events across the country, he said. Grande promised to return to Manchester for a benefit concert for the families of the victims and to spend time with the fans. Britain's health service said Saturday that 63 people injured in the bombing remain hospitalized, 20 of them in critical condition. The musician also said that the she will continue to think of the victims affected by the tragedy for the rest of her life. Read More »

Trump Shoves Aside Montenegro Leader - Who Calls It Natural

Only five of the 28 members now do this - the U.S., Greece, Estonia, the United Kingdom and Poland. That wasn't the only time when Trump ruffled globalist feathers during his stay in Brussels . President Trump has had, according to the White House, a successful maiden trip outside the U.S. But the bad news is he has to come home . "It was a good, cordial and friendly discussion ", a spokesperson from the European Commission told CNBC on Thursday regarding Trump's meeting with ... Read More »

Trump bumbles across the Middle East


This would represent a notable gain by Trump in his bid to restart peace talks, as Abbas until now has set preconditions for a return to peace talks, including an Israeli freeze on settlement building. The White House readout also made clear that Trump pressed Abbas to address Palestinian incitement, a key Netanyahu demand. Trump added that the State of Israel was a "strong and soaring monument to the solemn pledge we repeat and affirm "Never again". Read More »

President Trump shoves aside Prime Minister of Montenegro


Trump, who has often complained back home about other nations' North Atlantic Treaty Organisation support, lectured the other leaders in person this time, declaring, "Many of these nations owe massive amounts of money from past years". "It is understandable that terrorism, counter-terrorism, Isis were one of the main topics during our meeting with President Trump ". Analyst Thomas Wright of the Washington-based Brookings Institution said Trump's failure to publicly declare this was ... Read More »

Trump scolds NATO allies on their military spending

Whatever the 28 heads of state and government agree of substance (and they've already agreed to an ambitious long-term agenda at a summit in Warsaw less than a year ago), the most important moments of this week's meeting are likely to be photo-ops meant to inform and generate debate among leaders and citizens about what North Atlantic Treaty Organisation is and does. Read More »

Gianforte wins Montana's congressional election with relative ease

Witnesses, including a Fox News crew, said Gianforte grabbed Jacobs and slammed him to the ground, while yelling "Get the hell out of here!" As Jacobs was attempting to ask him a question about the Republican alternative to Obamacare in a private room, Gianforte reportedly assaulted the reporter, leaving him sprawled out and breaking his glasses. Read More »

Philippines pounds militants as civilians found shot dead

Philippine army generals say dozens of Islamic State group-linked extremists have been killed in two days of fighting in Marawi city, Mindanao , southern Philipines that has been under siege since one of Asia's most-wanted militants evaded capture and dozens of rebels came to his aid. Read More »

Trump And The Mideast: Looking At The Bigger Picture


President Trump and President Abbas agreed to continue their discussions on the issue of payments to Palestinian prisoners and the need to improve the Palestinian economy. "I would like to reiterate, Your Excellency, Mr. President, our commitment to cooperate with you in order to make peace and forge a historic peace deal with the Israelis", Abbas told Trump after their meeting on Tuesday. Read More »

Merkel says European Union can not completely rely on U.S. and Britain any more


Mrs Merkel said she wanted friendly relations with both countries as well as Russian Federation but Europe now had to "fight for its own destiny". Earlier during his first trip overseas as president, Trump had repeated past criticism of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies for failing to meet the military spending commitment of 2% of GDP . Read More »

Ariana Grande to Host Benefit Concert in Manchester

Pop star Ariana Grande said Friday she is planning a charity concert in Manchester after a suicide attack on her show in the English city earlier this week killed 22 people. "We are furious. This is completely unacceptable", a government ministry source said of the images. Abedi had recently returned from Libya, where his father and younger brother were arrested by a militia on Wednesday. Read More »

G7 leaders divided on climate change


The G7 statement said that North Korea poses an increasing threat of a "grave nature" to global peace and security. Axios said the decision, if true, would unravel predecessor Barack Obama's climate policies and send a "combative signal" to the rest of the world that global warming isn't one of Trump's priorities. Read More »

Trump's view on climate 'evolving,' aide says


Last year, Trump threatened to abandon US allies in Europe if they did not spend enough on defense, comments that were particularly unnerving for the ex-Soviet Baltic states on Russia's border which fear Moscow might try a repeat of its 2014 annexation of Ukraine's Crimea. Read More »

Manchester attack: Ariana Grande plans benefit gig


Sending her "prayers and deepest condolences" to the victims and their loved ones, the singer went on to acknowledge, " There is nothing I or anyone can do to take away the pain you are feeling or to make this better ". Salman Abedi, a college dropout who grew up in the Manchester area, was known to security services because of his radical views. The brother and father of Salman Abedi have been held by a militia in Tripoli, Libya . Read More »

Iran accuses USA of 'Iranophobia', 'warmongering' after Trump's Saudi visit


The rest of the world should welcome Rouhani's victory as an opportunity further to improve relations with a country that is central to progress toward a more peaceful Middle East. policies. Tillerson called on Rohani to end Tehran's support and financing of terrorist groups, or what Tillerson called "destabilizing forces that exist in this region". Read More »

Survivors of Egypt Christian bus attack recount their horror

One survivor, a small boy who seemed to be about six, said his mother pushed him under her seat and covered him with a bag. The gunmen, who were dressed in military garb, demanded that the passengers recite the Muslim profession of faith and then opened fire, according to the Wall Street Journal . Read More »

91 killed, 110 missing in Sri Lankan floods, mudslides

Rescuers had set up 185 camps for displaced people and the town of Matara in the south of the island was being evacuated because of the risk of flooding, the spokesman said. "India condoles the loss of lives and property in Sri Lanka due to flooding and landslides". The ship, which sailed from Kochi in the morning, is carrying not only relief materials such as food, water and medicines, but also has a medical team of doctors and assistants to render immediate medical aid to people, he said. Read More »

Man, 55, dies after being shot in vehicle park


According to reports there was a confrontation involving the man before four to six bullets were fired. He said the man was thought to have a child with him when he was attacked. At the scene of indiscriminate shooting in Bangor. "There was a casualty on the ground, there was about six paramedics round the person working very, very hard with CPR and also administering fluids to him", he said. Read More »

Trump tells advisers U.S. will scrap Paris accord


Several summit participants suggested the United States team appears still to be a prisoner of the dynamics of last year's election campaign. World leaders had hoped to put out a statement of consensus on the Paris Agreement which is created to cut global carbon emissions but Mr Trump took to social media to say he would make up his mind next week. Read More »

British police in race to find Manchester terror network


Their ages ranged from 18 to 38. Four days after a suicide bombing left 22 dead and scores wounded at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England, the 23-year-old pop singer has announced that she will return to the grief-stricken city for another concert to benefit the victims and their families. Read More »

Manchester terrorist´s family members arrested; search for support network in Europe


British media have broadcast photos of what they say is Manchester bombing suspect Salman Abedi walking through the city centre wearing the backpack he used to carry his explosives. "We will not quit or operate in fear", she said. University dropout Abedi, 22, grew up in a Libyan family that reportedly fled to Manchester to escape the now-fallen regime of Libyan dictator Muamer Qadhafi. Read More »

Top Trump advisers decline to comment on Kushner


In response to repeated questions from reporters, Trump economic adviser Gary Cohn said , "We're not going to comment on Jared". Trump, having returned from a nine-day overseas trip, immediately railed against administration leaks in a flurry of tweets as "fabricated lies". Read More »

Duterte makes rape joke after ordering martial law

I will go to jail for you. "Because of this commitment, it is sad that we have to offer lives in order to accomplish that", said Padilla, adding that it is for the exact reason why it's important for civilians to cooperate. Marawi is a mostly Muslim city of 200,000 is on the island of Mindanao. A nation's thoughts turn to Marawi City , even as fears about the possible consequences of the declaration of martial law rise in the hearts of many. Read More »