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United Kingdom police arrest eleventh suspect of Manchester terror attack


The police " are still in the middle of a live investigation ", said Hopkins, who confirmed that eight people aged between 18 and 38 remained in custody over alleged links to the attack. media of details about the police investigation. Police said they were making good progress. The Greater Manchester Police said in a statement on Friday they had arrested the 11th suspect of the recent deadly terror attack in the city, Sputnik reported. Read More »

President Trump gives Memorial Day Address at Arlington National Cemetery


People gathered in downtown Charlottesville Monday for the annual Memorial Day ceremony put on by Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1827. Christopher D. Horton, 26, of Collinsville, Okla., who died while serving in Afghanistan, Wednesday, Oct. "Somebody gave their life so you could have your friends and enjoy your family, and just remember that freedom is not free". President Donald Trump is preparing his first Memorial Day address at Arlington National Cemetery. Read More »

Trump on Kushner: 'I have total confidence in him'


It's a well-known fact that Donald Trump prefers not to be involved in controversies that could affect his new job as President, or his family. Meanwhile, some top Republicans cast doubts on the Post's reporting, suggesting the whole episode may be a Russian ruse to throw America's political system into a tailspin. Read More »

Trump touches orb in Saudi, lights up internet


The Trump administration drew the ire of some Israelis this week when officials declined to state that the Western Wall was part of Israel, as has been US policy. "So you have another story wrong", he said . But Trump may face concerns from Israelis over the new $110 billion arms deal he announced during his stop in Saudi Arabia as well as questions from Israeli officials about the revelations that he disclosed sensitive Israeli intelligence to Russian officials. Read More »

Macron meets Putin, no fiery handshake, hold talks on Syria, Ukraine

Moammar Gadhafi reading "Putin, Gadhafi is waiting for you" during a gathering at Trocadero next to the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France , Sunday, May 28. Tensions have also risen over the conflicts in Ukraine and Syria, where France and Russian Federation back opposing sides. Putin underlined the importance of securing the Syrian state, adding that it's essential for combatting terrorism. Read More »

Rohit set to get some time at top against Bangladesh


Technically Ronchi is no opener but in batter-friendly conditions his sharp eye and power through the off side make scoring look easy with the field up. "Especially, all three are good in the English conditions where the tournament will be held", he said. It will be his first competitive hit-out since breaking down during the second test against India in March. Read More »

North Korea, if left unchecked, on 'inevitable' path to nuclear ICBM


North Korea will eventually obtain a nuclear weapon capable of hitting the United States if left unchecked, a top U.S. intelligence official said. 'While almost impossible to predict when this capability will be operational, the North Korean regime is committed and is on a pathway where this capability is inevitable '. Read More »

The new LG V30 concept slider phone with two displays looks gorgeous


And, guess what? Image renders of what could possibly be the LG V30 leaked out; not to mention they looks hella cool. Blass does make sure to say he isn't sure the design shown in the above images reflects where the phone is now, so it could be LG has changed its plans since the picture was produced. Read More »

Ernie Els calls penalty on himself during BMW PGA Championship

The fifth-ranked Henrik Stenson was handily placed on 68, one behind Italy's Francesco Molinari , Kiradech Aphibarnrat of Thailand and Scott Jamieson of Scotland. "I putted really well today". I put it back and hit my chip shot and just felt uncomfortable by the way the ball came out. He was also T7 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational and T33 at the Masters - and we reckon he's got a good chance of being the third Italian to win the BMW PGA Championship title. Read More »

Cosmic Dance: NASA Craft Captures Solar Eclipse

In the images , one will notice the subtle, bumpy outline of these topographical features, according to NASA . SDO will see its partial eclipse in space just after the total eclipse exits the United States . The August 21 event will be visible to millions of people as it crosses through 14 states, with the path of totality stretching from Lincoln Beach, Oregon, to Charleston, South Carolina. Read More »

Alaska volcano erupts again; aviation alert raised to red


Alaska's Bogoslof Volcano erupted Sunday, sending a plume of ash at least 35,000 feet into the air and temporarily triggering the highest aviation alert, scientists say. According to the survey conducted by United States Geological, "Ash and aircraft never mix together as volcanic ash is abrasive". When ash cloud rises above 20,000ft (6,096 meters) it has the potential to damage and even stop jet engines. Read More »

Trump ignores question about Kushner back channel reports

Kushner's involvement in the proposed back channel was first reported by The Washington Post, which said he suggested using Russian diplomatic facilities for the discussions, apparently to make them more hard to monitor. Kushner later failed to disclose that he had contact with Russian diplomats during his security clearance application, a felony under U.S. law that carries a potential prison sentence. Read More »

Returning Button hit with 15-place penalty for engine change


The Englishman clipped the back of Pascal Wehrlein's Sauber, which flipped his vehicle and came to a rest on its side, with the cockpit wedged into the barriers at the entrance to the tunnel. While he said he had enjoyed practice "more than I have for a couple of years to be fair", he was also clearly unsettled by the width and characteristics of the new cars and the prospect of trying to overtake. Read More »

BA travel problems enter 3rd day as most services resume

The embattled airline said it was cancelling 13 short-haul flights from Heathrow Airport , Europe's busiest, but was aiming to operate a full long-haul schedule from the hub and was operating a full service from Gatwick Airport. BA said it would run a full schedule at Gatwick, and the airport website showed no disruption. Alex Cruz , BA chairman and CEO, apologised to customers in a video message on Twitter and said, "I know this has been a disgusting time for customers". Read More »

Coal India Q4 net profit falls 38% to Rs 2716 cr


Analysts on average had estimated a consolidated profit of 38.20 billion rupees, according to Thomson Reuters data. Coal India's revenue from operations in the quarter, however, increased by 8.6 per cent to Rs 24,780 crore, from Rs 22,813 crore in the same period a year ago. Read More »

Regrettably, We Must Report That Donald Trump Is Back On His Bullshit


Meanwhile, a parade of senior administration officials tried to downplay the story, saying it was not all that unusual to establish "back-channel" ties with a foreign government. Mr Trump immediately sought to dismiss recent news reports as "fake news". Flynn remains under federal investigation in Virginia over his foreign business ties. Read More »

Blue Peter presenter John Noakes dies aged 83


He had endured and suffered from Alzheimer's over recent years and whilst he will be greatly missed by his wife, family and many friends his release from continuing ill health must be counted as a blessing '. As well as former Blue Peter presenters, others who fondly remembered Noakes were quick to pay tribute. One of Noakes's most memorable moments on the show was when he was asked to drop his pants to show his bobsleigh-induced injuries - he realised he was wearing his wife Vicky's ... Read More »

Kevin Love finds it 'funny' that Cavs are underdogs against Warriors

In the postgame trophy presentation backstage, James spent most of it lingering in the background as his teammates celebrated. "(Chasing his ghost) is just my personal goal to keep me motivated", James said . Cleveland were dominant and shot at 56.5 per cent from the field and made 19 three-pointers. Can LeBron overcome the odds and lead Cleveland to a second consecutive title in upset fashion again? In so doing, James increased his career postseason scoring total to 5,995 points, ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 May Embed the Fingerprint Scanner

Samsung is reportedly added dual cameras at the back of the phone to match up with current day demands. Samsung is all set to launch two new mid-end smartphones - Galaxy J7 (2017 ) and Galaxy J5 (2017). It offers 8 GB internal storage, which you can expand up to 128 GB with a micro SD card. The recently launched smartphone by Samsung runs on the Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. Read More »

Two Games For June's PlayStation Plus Leaked By Turkish PlayStation Twitter


The rest of the June 2017 line-up is still to be announced so stay tuned for official word from Sony. Looks like the PlayStation Plus games for June were revealed a bit early by PlayStation Turkey . Sony reportedly plans to launch the games list on May 31. "The pair soon find themselves investigating the mysterious disappearance of fellow student Rachel Amber, uncovering a dark side to life in Arcadia Bay". Read More »

Police hunt Manchester bomber's network

The rating was raised to critical, the highest level, for the first time in a decade in the wake of the Manchester outrage. May's announcement came shortly before leaving for Brussels for a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leaders' summit, where she is expected to raise British concerns with U.S. Read More »

Trump tells 'confidants' USA will quit Paris climate deal


President Donald Trump said Saturday he will hold off on a decision regarding the USA participation in the 195 nation Paris climate change agreement. A top White House adviser said the president's views were evolving on the issue. Trump, who has previously called global warming a hoax, came under concerted pressure from the other leaders to honour the agreement on curbing carbon emissions. Read More »