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EU launches defence fund amid US pressure to boost spending

The money would only be granted if a minimum of three companies were taking part from a minimum of two European Union member countries. The new Consensus strongly reaffirms that poverty eradication remains the primary objective of European development policy. Read More »

Dramatic footage shows moments of London terror attack

Butt had been a key player in terrorist group al-Muhajiroun since at least 2009 and had been mentioned in an Federal Bureau of Investigation report in 2015, the paper reported. Mr Thomas was last seen walking along London Bridge with his girlfriend Christine Delcros, who was seriously injured. The suspect was not identified or charged. Read More »

Israel pushes ahead with plans for 3000 settlement homes


Over the years, as the Palestinian economy has steadily declined under the strain of these restrictions Israel has simultaneously built a multibillion-dollar business out of Palestinian suffering - exporting hundreds of millions of dollars' worth of settlement goods internationally each year. Read More »

AFC urges AIFF to resolve short-term issues


Further, Patel has urged clubs to meet him on Saturday in New Delhi . India will play the 12th edition of the South Asian Football Federation (SAFF) championships May 1-12 next year, it was decided in the All India Football Federation's ( AIFF ) executive committee held here on Thursday. Read More »

Comey and Trump: Two alpha males face off over dinner


President Donald Trump is his own worst enemy, and with the release of James Comey's testimony in advance of his appearance on Thursday before the Senate Intelligence Committee, we've learned among other things that his talent for self-sabotage is unequaled. Read More »

Arab nations ganged up on Qatar. Why Trump's involved


Trump later spoke by phone with Saudi King Salman and stressed the need for Gulf unity, a senior White House official said. Trump said on Twitter, claiming his visit to Saudi Arabia was "already paying off". Saudi Arabia's aviation authority revoked the licence of Qatar Airways and ordered its offices to be closed within 48 hours, a day after the Kingdom, the UAE and Bahrain closed their airspace to Qatari commercial flights. Read More »

Nine All Blacks in Crusaders team to face Lions


Robertson says the Lions will only be more determined following a hard first week of their tour, which began with a flattering win over an unheralded New Zealand provincial Barbarians team. "We also understand that with the potential test match focus of it, we have to adapt", Robertson said. "We are looking forward to the clash against the Crusaders and we expect a tough game against the most successful team in Super Rugby history". Read More »

Trump's Paris Pullout Could Accelerate Damage To His Properties


Ige signed two bills at the capitol rotunda in Honolulu. There is no legal penalty if a country misses its climate goals in the agreement, Hodges said, but there is a sense of accountability for each country. However, a non-binding agreement without any enforcement provisions-a description that includes the Paris accord-may fall outside that statute. Tracy Twine, associate professor in the Department of Soil, Water and Climate, has done research showing how climate change could hurt ... Read More »

Youssef Zaghba named as third London Bridge attacker


The Italian daily Corriere della Sera reported Tuesday that Youssef Zaghba had been stopped in Italy while trying to go to Syria in 2016. According to the reports, Zaghba was born in Fez, Morocco, and never lived for any extended period in Italy. Read More »

Israel, Palestinian Leaders 'Assured Me' They're Ready for 'Peace'

Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to contested Jerusalem. They also say that he made this decision to - in the words of this statement - maximize the chances of successfully negotiating a deal between Israelis and Palestinians. However, he has not presented a specific plan as to how that goal could be achieved. According to that plan, Jerusalem - with its religious sites revered by Jews, Christians and Muslims - would not be part of either state and would be governed by an worldwide body. Read More »

Egypt condemns IS-claimed Iran attacks

Authorities also raised the death toll in the attacks to 16 people killed. Islamic State's media arm quickly claimed responsibility for both attacks, the first in recent memory by the militants in Iran. The. The strong bipartisan vote was 92-7. Saudi Arabia's foreign minister, Adel Al-Jubeir, rejected Tehran's accusations. The attacks will also boost the popularity of the Revolutionary Guards, seen as protectors of the nation. Read More »

Death Toll In London Attacks Rises To 8


They say it could be a French man missing since last Saturday's attack on London Bridge. The trio massacred eight people and injured 48 others in the rampage as they began hacking at revellers in Borough Market. But when Ms Collina contacted her son the next day he did not reply, then his father living in Morocco called to say Zaghba could not be reached. The way he told it was a fantasy. Read More »

Latest Stocks: Garde Capital Inc. Has $376000 Stake in Chevron Co. (CVX)

It has outperformed by 5.06% the S&P500. Finally, Bank of America Corp reaffirmed a buy rating and set a $135.00 target price (down from $145.00) on shares of Chevron in a report on Thursday, May 11th. B2Gold Corp. has "Outperform" rating and $4.75 target. The stock of Foot Locker, Inc. HSBC upgraded the shares of CVX in report on Monday, June 5 to "Buy" rating. Read More »

Macron says long Trump handshake 'not innocent'

The handshake between Emmanuel Macron and Donald Trump who enjoys the NetThis Thursday, on the sidelines of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels , Emmanuel Macron met for the first time Donald Trump . The world is honed in on Donald Trump during his trip to the other side of the globe and new reports indicate that his handshakes are starting to take on a life of their own. Read More »

Qatar investigation finds state news agency hacked

The Qatari Interior Ministry said late Wednesday that the website of the Qatar News Agency was initially hacked in April with "high techniques and innovative methods". Those tensions spilled into the public arena less than 48 hours after the Qatari emir took part in the Riyadh summit attended by Trump which was meant to showcase United States support for solidarity of Sunni Muslim nations. Read More »

President Trump Faces a Moment of Truth as Comey Testifies

Coats says he is not sure he has a legal basis for refusing. "I did find the timing of the release a little bit interesting, directly after testimony", Sarah Huckabee Sanders, a White House spokeswoman, told reporters on Air Force One as the president returned from Cincinnati. Read More »

Korea launches volley of missiles


North Korea projectiles were not ballistic missiles. Previously, the South Korean and US governments were planning to finish the deployment within this year. South Korea's new government has suspended the deployment of a controversial U.S. missile defense system that strained relations with China and angered North Korea. Read More »

Turkey debates military support for Qatar

Russian officials today angrily rejected allegations that Russian hackers breached Qatar's state news agency and planted a fake news story that led to a split between Qatar and the other Arab nations. In a surprise move against a key USA ally, Trump suggested Qatar - home to the largest American airbase in the Middle East - was funding extremism as he tacitly backed the diplomatic blockade of the emirate. Read More »

Iran officials say 5 attackers fought for IS

It has shored up the government with arms and energy transfers and sent elite fighters, top military advisers, and thousands of militiamen to bolster Assad's forces. Iranian security officials counter that it is their regional rival Saudi Arabia - a close U.S. ally - that is responsible for funding and spreading the extremism that underpins IS. Read More »

Trump calls King Salman on Qatar crisis, asks for Gulf unity

The Financial Times also reports that Qatar is said to have paid a massive ransom after members of the royal family were kidnapped, also contributing to the crisis. Meanwhile, Qatar's Foreign Ministry said that the country regrets the decision of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates' and Egypt to cut off diplomatic ties with it. Read More »

Polls open in United Kingdom election


YouGov caused shockwaves in the media last week when they published an analysis that predicted a number of different scenarios, one of which showed the Conservatives losing their majority. This comes after multiple antisemitism controversies under Corbyn's leadership of the party . Corbyn has a reputation of being a rebellious party member, having voted against his own party 500 times. Read More »