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Fresh from his travels, Trump rails on Twitter about fake news

Mr Kelly told Fox News Sunday there was nothing wrong with the Trump transition team trying to build relationships with the Russians as they prepared to take over the White House . Former CIA Director Mike Hayden, said: "What manner of ignorance, chaos, hubris, suspicion, contempt would you have to have had to think that doing this with the Russian ambassador was a good or appropriate idea?" Schiff said he could neither confirm nor deny the reports about Kushner, but if they are ... Read More »

G7 leaders sign Declaration on fight against terrorism


But in his lofty praise of the Saudi royal family, through his numerous meetings with Arab authoritarians and in his speech to the assembled leaders, Trump did not raise human rights issues, instead promising "we are not here to lecture" - delivering a realpolitik view of USA alliances. Read More »

Suspected killer of 8 in MS blames domestic dispute


Authorities say the suspect in the shooting deaths of eight people in MS was related to or knew all but one of his victims. "Him and my stepdaughter, they've been going back and forth for a couple of years with that domestic violence", Mitchell told the AP. Read More »

Trump says White House leaks on Kushner 'fake news'


The team chose to communicate with Moscow through more official channels. "They had a pretty good trip overseas", Jacobs said . Air Force One touched down at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland just before 9pm. The person and others discussing private conversations spoke on condition of anonymity. Lewandowski's return would be notable, given the fact that he was sacked by Trump after clashing with staff and Trump's adult children. Read More »

Al-Qaida Group Calls for Muslims to Increase Attacks During Ramadan


Why? Following the previous day announcement, Muslims in capital Dhaka and elsewhere in the country rushed to mosques on Saturday night to conduct special prayers for 1st Ramadan on Sunday. And yes, not even water may pass our lips during the hours of the fast. So all Muslims are expected to fast. Also, people who are ill or who have conditions that may be exacerbated by fasting , do not fast. Read More »

Syria: Showdown In Raqqa To Begin In June


Recep Tayyip Erdogan launched an intervention past year to push back both the YPG and Isis from Turkey's border and has been angered by the US-led coalition's continued links with Kurdish separatists. James Mattis, the United States defence secretary, said the Trump administration would "work out any of the concerns". In talks on Thursday, the USA defence secretary, James Mattis, tried to assure Yıldırım that forces for the YPG in Syria would not be allowed to filter into Turkey. Read More »

James Mattis: Trump 'Wide Open' on Paris Climate Accord

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Trump walked away from the G7 summit in Sicily with very different takes on the meetings. While at the G7 summit, Trump was heavily lobbied to endorse the Paris Climate Agreement, but he declined to do so. Read More »

Palestinians call off hunger strike

Hundreds of Palestinian prisoners ended their 40-day hunger strike after reaching a compromise with Israel for additional family visits, but backing down from the majority of their demands. Other demands included longer and more regular family visits, landlines installed in prisons and better healthcare. Barghouti, who was jailed by Israel in 2002 at the height of a campaign of Palestinian suicide bombings and shooting attacks in Israeli cities, is seen by some as a potential peacemaker ... Read More »

Jakarta bombings linked to IS


The police had identified the militant involved in the February incident as a member of Jemaah Anshorut Daulah (JAD), a network of nearly two dozen Indonesian extremist groups that was formed in 2015 and pledges allegiance to Islamic State group leader Abu Bakr Baghdadi. Read More »

Sea Lion Pulls Terrified Little Girl Into the Water at Canadian Harbor

The girl was sitting on a dock in Richmond watching the animal in the water before it grabbed her dress and pulled her into the water . Alert family members quickly fished the startled girl out of the water unharmed. A young girl tries to get a closer look and the sea lion grabs her dress as she sits down and pulls her backwards into the water. Fujiwara says he goes once a week to the docks, sees sea lions often, but has never witnessed anything like what he was able to capture on video. Read More »

Day war begets 50 years of conflict for Israel


If Europeans thought a more diplomatic president would show up in this most diplomatic of settings, they obviously hadn't paid attention to Trump's first months in office, when American voters found out that at age 70, he is who he is. Right now it appears that we do not have a solid foreign policy. The atmosphere in the conference may have prompted Iran to feel it being ganged up against by its Arab neighbors with the full blessings of Saudi Arabia . Read More »

Rajnath assures to find permanent K-solution


Tewari said, adding that the Modi government must realise the "extreme damage" it was causing in the process. Speaking to an Indian TV channel, he claimed that his government will soon find a permanent solution to the Kashmir issue. We can not give a timeframe, that in one month or two months we will solve this. Meerut: Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday assured to find a permanent solution to the Kashmir problem, adding that India won't fall prey to Pakistan's tactics to ... Read More »

United Kingdom police hunt Manchester bomber's network, angered by U.S. leaks

The bomb used in the attack appeared to contain carefully packed shrapnel and have a powerful, high velocity charge, according to leaked photographs from the investigation published by the New York Times . The leaks included suggestions that bomber Salman Abedi's family had warned security officials he was unsafe. With Britain's terrorism threat level at "critical", meaning a new attack may be imminent, police are racing to uncover the network around bomber Salman Abedi . Read More »

Manchester bombing: Leaked pictures show bomb parts, shrapnel


British officials were infuriated on Wednesday when the New York Times published forensic photographs of sophisticated bomb parts that United Kingdom authorities fear could complicate the expanding investigation into the lethal blast in which six further arrests have been made in the United Kingdom and two more in Libya . Read More »

Ariana Grande to hold Manchester benefit concert next week


British Prime Minister Theresa May will raise the issue with US President Donald Trump when she meets him at a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels later on Thursday, a government source told Reuters. Speaking on the BBC's Today programme on Wednesday morning, Home Secretary Amber Rudd described the move as " irritating " and said they had been "very clear" with USA officials that no more leaks of sensitive information should take place. Read More »

McMaster: We are not worried about 'back channel'


Trump's longtime lawyer, Marc Kasowitz, has joined a still-forming legal team to help the president shoulder the intensifying Russian Federation investigations. He said a review of Kushner's security clearance was necessary to determine "whether he was truthful". Clapper did not speak directly to the reports about Kushner. Read More »

The French President Confirms He 100% Fucked Up Trump's Hand On Purpose


Steve Holland, who covers the White House for Reuters, tweeted this: "The photogs noticed that Trump and Macron were gripping their hands hard..." The Odoxa poll for France Inter radio and L'Express magazine said Macron's start-up "Republic On The Move" party would come top with 29 percent of votes in the June legislative election, which takes place in two rounds on June 11 and June 18. Read More »

Iranian Tensions Cloud Victory for Moderates in Tehran

He said Iran was still forming its judgement of the Trump administration. But that alone isn't enough to President Donald Trump , whose praise for Saudi Arabia and its politics of oppression shows the president only knows the language of war. Read More »

Trump hits out at fake news following Kushner reports

Trump , who had been uncharacteristically quiet on Twitter during his nine-day trip overseas, resumed his favorite past-time with fury on Sunday, dismissing allegations of Russian Federation ties as " fake news " and " fabricated lies ". Lewandowski's return would be notable, given the fact that he was sacked by Trump after clashing with staff and Trump's adult children. Jared Kushner , senior advisor of President Donald Trump, shakes hands with Pope Francis, at the Vatican, Wednesday, May ... Read More »

Gov't forces hit militants; civilians wave white flags


MARAWI, Philippines (AP ) - Philippine forces control most of a southern city where militants linked to the Islamic State group launched a bloody siege almost a week ago, authorities said Monday, as the army launched airstrikes and went house-to-house to crush areas of resistance. Read More »

Proposed Laptop Ban On Flights May Expand

If Homeland Security goes ahead with the expansion of the ban, we can expect other airlines to follow Emirates' example, though such VIP services will likely do little to alleviate the annoyance felt by passengers forced to fall into line. The Transportation Security Administration is experimenting at 10 USA airports with having passengers take their larger electronics out of carry-on bags, so that screeners can scrutinize the devices more closely. Read More »

U.K.: Manchester attack investigation still at 'full tilt'

More than 20 people were killed in an explosion following a Ariana Grande concert at. An armed police officer stands at the start of the Great Manchester Run in central Manchester, England, Sunday, May 28, 2017. Police have released surveillance-camera images of Abedi on the night of the attack that show him dressed in sneakers, jeans, a dark jacket and a baseball cap. Read More »

Tel Aviv rally for two-state model


US President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to cooperate during their meeting in Israel on combating terrorism, the White House stated on Tuesday, APA reports quoting U.S. But Trump has not yet tried to undo the 2015 Iran nuclear agreement , despite his campaign promises . The President then declared, to enthusiastic applause: "Not with Donald J. Read More »