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We May Be Witnessing the Unraveling of Donald Trump's Presidency


And Michele, how did you get the news of what happened in the Oval Office? So, while the USA press was kept out of the Oval Office, the Foreign Ministry was posting photos of Trump and Lavrov shaking hands on Twitter. Other officials anxious that surveillance devices could have been brought into the room, according to The Post . However, White House photographers and independent media are very different and one can not replace the other. Read More »

Trump urges peace between Russian Federation and Ukraine

The chummy White House visit-photos of the president yukking it up with Lavrov and Russian Ambassador to the United States Sergey Kislyak were released by the Russian Foreign Ministry since no US press was allowed to cover the visit-had been one of Putin's asks in his recent phone call with Trump, and indeed the White House acknowledged this to me later Wednesday. Read More »

BJP to launch 'sanvad yatra' in Maharashtra from May 25


As his remarks drew flak, Danve today expressed regret. This time, he came under attack from all quarters, with the Shiv Sena slamming him for being insensitive while using the word 's**l*,' an expletive. "This is nothing but sheer arrogance". "When power goes to your head, your feet are not on the ground", he said. This is the true face of BJP. If the BJP leaders are unable to help the farmers, at least they should not abuse them. Read More »

Trump Says He Was Always Going to Fire FBI Director

Trump was inaugurated, was the beginning of his downfall, according to the New York Times , which first reported the story. Rosenstein's letter never explicitly recommended Comey's removal - despite Republican claims to the contrary. Read More »

Macron in vow to rejuvenate parliament

He also vowed to fight against all inequality in French society. And another five years of stagnation could lead to a roaring comeback for Le Pen in the next election, in 2022. This engaged group is small, perhaps too small to poll , but anecdotally it tends to be much more conservative, and much more drawn to the Le Pen vote. Read More »

Real Madrid vs Sevilla 2016-2017 LaLiga


It is what is needed with a starting team and a bench, where each player responds. "And yes, he was a great player and could turn out to be a great coach". "I am delighted to reach the final", said Real boss Zinedine Zidane. Bayern Munich were left aggrieved by some very bad officiating in the second leg as Real Madrid reached the last four thanks to Ronaldo's hat-trick. Read More »

Cyber attack disrupting British NHS was worldwide: May

A hacking tool stolen from the US National Security Agency (NSA) was used in a major cyberattack against organizations across the globe, media reported Friday. The statement said antivirus systems are working to destroy it. France's government cybersecurity agency is urging French Internet users to take measures to protect themselves from a new ransomware detected in several other countries. Read More »

Pope greeted by thousands on Fatima pilgrimage


The apparitions continued once a month until October 13, 1917, and later were declared worthy of belief by the Catholic Church. Francis also prayed that humanity would realize that "God dwells in the midst of the poor yesterday, today and for all eternity". Read More »

United States approves $2bn missiles sale to UAE


The UAE has fielded and operated Patriot missile batteries, which are capable of shooting down enemy missiles and aircraft, since 2009 and is one of several major U.S. The UAE is a part of the Saudi-led war in Yemen, where it has lost dozens of soldiers. The UAE has used this spending to obtain three squadrons of F-16 jets - a design even more advanced than the F-16s possessed by the US Air Force. Read More »

UK PM Theresa May: Cyber attack on country's hospitals is 'international attack'

It said the British Prime Minister Theresa May had confirmed that the attacks on the National Health Service were part of a wider disruption of services. Bartholomew's Hospital in London. Griffiths, who was receiving chemotherapy at Bart's, said several cancer patients had to be sent home from Bart's because their records or bloodwork couldn't be accessed. Read More »

Syrian Opposition Captures Most of Tabqa from Daesh

The seizure of Tabqa and Tabqa Dam comes just days after President Donald Trump authorized the Pentagon to equip the Kurdish elements of the Syrian Democratic Forces. "Every single one of these weapons that are being provided to our partner force, we intend to account for them, and to ensure that they are pointed at ISIL", he said. Read More »

North Korea in 'CIA Biochemical ATTACK plot' as elite unit created

Believing that the chance of North Korea accepting the USA proposals is slim, China has presented its own proposals, which include offering economic aid to North Korea in exchange for its decision to give up the arms programs, and North Korea and the United States working toward concluding a peace treaty, according to the sources. Read More »

Abbas: I'm ready to meet Netanyahu under auspices of Trump

Trump said at a joint press conference with Abbas last Wednesday that "we must continue our partnership with the Palestinian security forces to counter and defeat terrorism". He said that the bill counters Palestinian efforts to deny Jewish rights to Israel. One of Mr Trump's top advisers, Jason Greenblatt, held wide-ranging talks with both Israelis and Palestinians during a visit in March. Read More »

Where does Jeremy Corbyn stand on foreign policy?


Speaking afterwards to Channel 4 News, Mr Corbyn said he would not necessarily send military support ot other North Atlantic Treaty Organisation countries under threat. Referring to the widely publishing photograph of Trump holding May's hand in the White House during her visit in January, Corbyn said: "Britain deserves better than simply outsourcing our country's security and prosperity to the whims of the Trump White House". Read More »

British hospital workers were warned of 'ransomware' threat

Microsoft has already patched the vulnerability, but only for newer Windows systems. Meanwhile, officials with the Department of Health and Human Services said there was "evidence" of an attack in the U.S. Hospitals in Scotland are also said to have been hit by the attack. "It had a countdown clock ticking down, stating that all data would be deleted unless a payment was received within that timeframe", he said. Read More »

Man arrested in killing of engaged Boston doctors

Contrary to initial reports , Conley said Teixeira did not fire on responding officers. A replica firearm or BB gun was also in the bag, Conley said. A judge also agreed to impound some documents in the case for 90 days. Teixeira was shot in the hand, abdomen and leg during the shootout with police. Read More »

WannaCry Ransomware Attack Hits 74 Countries, Shuts Down Hospitals, Services in Europe

Britain's health service was also hit hard Friday as the attack froze computers at hospitals across the country, shutting down wards, closing emergency rooms and bringing medical treatments to a screeching halt. After seven days the files would be deleted, it threatened. The majority of the affected hospitals were in England, although similar attacks were reported in facilities in Scotland, as well as some pharmacies and doctors' practices. Read More »

GOP lawmaker cautions health care bill is Obamacare 'tweak'

And large majorities, including Republicans, say they would disapprove of the plan if it "significantly increased the national deficit". Being this out of touch on such a vital issue may explain why Trump is pushing his plan to repeal Obamacare, the so-called American Health Care Act, which would strip health insurance from 24 million and reintroduce the pre-existing condition. Read More »

US Ends Arctic Council Chairmanship By Signing Treaty on Carbon Emissions

Chairmanship of the Council rotates between the member states Canada, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Russia, Sweden and the United States every two years, and the Foreign Ministers of the twenty-year-old Council meet at the conclusion of each term or rotation to review where policies stand, and lay out prospects for the next two years. Read More »