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Putin: Russian meddling 'fiction' invented by Democrats

Macron made his remark in answer to a question at a joint news conference with Putin . "I told President Putin what France is expecting regarding this issue, and we agreed to regularly check on this subject". "I will never give in to that", Macron said . Putin, seemingly unfazed, pushed back any suggestion that Russian Federation sought to influence the election. Read More »

Indian man arrested in Pakistan for not carrying travel documents


Pakistan Army also said that Jadhav was tasked by Indian spy agency Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) to organise subversive activities aimed to destabilise the efforts of law enforcement agencies to restore peace in the country. "I think ample amount of time was given in this case and the entire matter has been heard and it is not that Pakistan has not argued on this issue". Read More »

President Trump's Trip to Europe: New Alpha Male in Town


The real fake news Americans need to be anxious about is either coming from the White House or Moscow via Macedonia - and sometimes planted in right wing websites. President. "I think we hit a home run no matter where we are". Despite Memorial Day Weekend Congressman Tom Cole released his weekly column on Monday. Read More »

UK police seek information about Manchester attacker's suitcase

MI5 is believed to have conducted a quick review of the intelligence held about Abedi last week, but the inquiry was limited as the agency's focus and resources were poured into the manhunt and recovering the materials linked to the bomb. In Rome, Pope Francis led thousands of people in St. Peter's Square in prayer, saying he was "close to the relatives and all those who are weeping for the dead". Read More »

UK opposition leader Corbyn says he would ensure Brexit deal

Prime Minister Theresa May and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn questioned by a live studio audience and Jeremy Paxman . This time the questions were put to the pair by veteran political broadcaster Jeremy Paxman. At the same time, Labour has gone on the attack for cuts to policing which have come into focus after last week's suicide attack in Manchester that killed 22 people. Read More »

Rouhani Wins Iran's Presidential Election with 57 Percent of Votes

Rouhani, a 68-year-old cleric, won a resounding re- election victory today as voters backed his efforts to rebuild foreign ties and kickstart the struggling economy. Iran and six world powers, including Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia and the United States, reached an agreement on the Iranian nuclear issue in July 2015 that put it on the path of sanctions relief, but with more strict limits on nuclear program. Read More »

Trump orders probe into leaks related to Manchester bombing


The president is in Brussels for the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit and was seated right next to May at the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation dinner, according to White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, who was asked Thursday whether May and Trump discussed the leaks: "She's sitting next to him at the dinner". Read More »

Putin, Macron made step forward in bilateral relations - Russian MP

In Versailles , Macron and Putin will inaugurate an exhibition marking 300 years of Franco-Russian ties since the visit of Russia's modernising tsar Peter the Great to France in 1717. The discussions Monday, however, were less about building than rebuilding, as both leaders hope to fix a relationship that has recently grown fraught. Read More »

Celebrities React to Donald Trump's 'Covfefe' Tweet - See Their Responses!

Maybe the president was attempting to type the word "coverage" before posting, but it's unclear. Of course, covfefe might really mean " Twitter finally adds an editing feature", but that seems like a long shot. What was less obvious was why the tweet was not immediately deleted and replaced with one that had both correct spelling and finished the thought. The apparent typo, which remained on his account for more than two hours, sparked thousands of humorous and confused responses on Twitter. Read More »

Israelis Elated, Palestinians Disappointed by Trump Visit

In other words, Israel does not accept the principle of peace with the Arab states, and by implication with the Muslim world, in return for withdrawal from the occupied territories. But Iran itself is widely recognized as the world's leading state sponsor of terrorism, and its public criticisms of terrorism depend upon ascribing that term only to entities that are fighting against Iranian allies, while withholding it from all those that support Tehran's interests. Read More »

Man guilty of libel over Facebook 'likes': Swiss court


Because of the polarizing nature of animal rights issues, Kessler naturally draws troll detractors, some of whom accuse him of anti-semitism and racism. At the same time, by liking the comments, the man had shared them with his list of Facebook contacts, and 'thus made them accessible to a large number of people, ' the court statement said. Read More »

Australian climber dies while descending Mount Everest


Sherpa rescuers spotted the body of Indian climber Ravi Kumar , but it was impossible to retrieve the body, said Thupden Sherpa of Arun Treks and Expedition. Ang Tshering Sherpa , president of Nepal Mountaineering Association had earlier said that "the chances of his survival were slim, as more than 24 hours had elapsed since he went missing in the extreme climate". Read More »

French president flexes diplomatic muscles in Putin meeting

Putin also hosted Macron's far-right rival, Marine Le Pen, at the Kremlin in March. But then the French president laid into Russia, accusing it of spreading misinformation and propaganda through "agents of influence", including two state-owned news networks, Russia Today and Sputnik. Read More »

White House Briefing Amid Reports Of Staff Changes, Russia Developments

He said the question is if it was a crime for Kushner to speak to Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak as a representative of then-President-elect Trump, and the answer is no. The reports say Trump has hired a NY lawyer to advise him in handling the various investigations. President Trump meets with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov (l.) next to Russian Ambassador to the U.S. Read More »

Memorial parade, program keep promise to honor the fallen


The main message of the ceremony was sharing the message of Memorial Day; to honor those in the military, who have fallen in the line of duty. "Blessings protected by the selfless service of men and women in uniform standing watch over their nation ready to defend and protect us from evil at a moment's notice". Read More »

"Bathroom bill" continues to bedevil Texas politics

If adopted, the business group said, a bathroom bill "could lose billions of dollars in GDP, a critical loss of revenue that would profoundly threaten the state's ability to fund education , transportation and other essential services", according to the letter . Read More »

At least 27 dead in Baghdad bombings

Security officials said that the explosion, which occurred in the Iraqi capital's bustling Karrada neighbourhood, also wounded 27 people. IS considers members of Iraq's Shiite Muslim majority to be heretics and frequently carries out attacks against them. Read More »

Election day ahead: Labour pains by Corbyn to net mums' vote

Corbyn was questioned about his views on drone strikes, plans to raise taxes for the wealthy and corporations as well as past campaigning in Northern Ireland. "The last two weeks have been traumatic for the Conservative campaign". She was pressed by Mr Paxman over her climbdowns on a proposed Budget hike in national insurance and her social care changes just days after they were unveiled in the Tories' election manifesto - and what it would mean for the Brexit negotiations . Read More »

White House says Trump, Merkel 'get along very well'


Merkel also emphasized the continued need for friendly relations with the U.S. and others. "And that's our job, [it] is to show them that we've got their back and when the time comes, we need them to have our back, as well". "And so all I can say is that we Europeans must really take our destiny into our own hands". "We have a MASSIVE trade deficit with Germany, plus they pay FAR LESS than they should on North Atlantic Treaty Organisation & military", he said. Read More »

Activist probing Ivanka Trump's brands in China arrested

Huajian's facility is one of 15 factories that make products for the brand founded by the daughter of US President Donald Trump that China Labor Watch said it has been investigating in the past year. AP reported that the three men had already documented excessive overtime and a below minimum wage at the Chinese company. "I appeal to President Trump, Ivanka Trump herself, and to her brand to advocate and press for the release our activists". Read More »

After successful Germany tour, PM Modi arrives in Spain

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has invited German companies to invest in India and assured to work hand in hand to make their efforts successful. He also spoke about India's pursuit of excellence in areas such as engineering, infrastructure and skill development. Read More »

Jason Chaffetz leaving Congress on June 30

Comey had reportedly indicated in a series of memos that Trump asked him to scale back his investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn. Chaffetz has been active in the House's probe into links between the 2016 presidential campaign of Donald Trump and the Russians. The internal jockeying among House Republicans to succeed Chaffetz in that high-profile role kicked off Thursday, with at least three Oversight Committee members phoning members of the House Republican ... Read More »