• European allies see the two sides of Trump
European allies see the two sides of Trump

While Trump emerged from the summit without a final decision on the Paris pact, he declared in a tweet Saturday that he will make a final decision next week. Trump's trip began in Saudi Arabia with a summit of Muslim Arab leaders - and they're perhaps the least likely to grumble. "I think what grates on European leaders is the sense that he d...

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  • United Kingdom police arrests 16th person in Manchester attack probe
United Kingdom police arrests 16th person in Manchester attack probe

Police have issued CCTV in a plea for information about Abedi's movements in the days before the explosion on 22 May. Detective Chief Superintendent Russ Jackson asked in a statement. I think he had finished, or was still training, to be a pilot. If you have any details about the suitcase we need you to get in touch and let us know.

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  • Tiger says sorry after arrest
Tiger says sorry after arrest

The police report said that during his interaction with the arresting officer, Woods "changed his story of where he was going and where he was coming from". Breath tests showed no alcohol in the sport star's system, while Woods also agreed to a urine test. Since winning the last of his major titles at the US Open in 2008, Woods' golfing career ha...

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  • British police release new photo of Manchester attacker
British police release new photo of Manchester attacker

Authorities on Monday also released a new image of Abedi wheeling around a blue suitcase in Manchester that was gleaned from security video sometime in the days prior to the attack. Abedi, a British citizen of Libyan background, was placed on a USA terror watch-list in 2016 after he came to the attention of US intel while investigating a terroris...

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  • Trump has 'total confidence' in son-in-law Kushner
Trump has 'total confidence' in son-in-law Kushner

A Democrat on the House Oversight Committee is calling on the White House to suspend the security clearance of President Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner . Returning to the United States over the weekend after his first official tour overseas as president, Mr Trump responded to accusations Mr Kushner - who is married to hi...

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  • UK 'irritated' by US leaks in Manchester attack
UK 'irritated' by US leaks in Manchester attack

Trump said there is no relationship that it cherishes more than the special relationship between the U.S. and the UK. British indignation over the leaks of investigative material related to the Manchester bombing was expected to create a charged environment at the meeting between the two leaders.

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  • Investigators examine Jared Kushner's meeting with Russian Banker
Investigators examine Jared Kushner's meeting with Russian Banker

In March, the New York Times reported that Kushner had a meeting with Sergei Gorkov , the chief of the VEB. Mr Trump, who participated in the annual Memorial Day ceremony at Arlington Ceremony on Monday, is said to be considering a shake-up of the White House administration, with a possible sidelining of press secretary Sean Spicer and...

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  • Sean Spicer gets combative in first on-camera press briefing in two weeks
Sean Spicer gets combative in first on-camera press briefing in two weeks

Spicer's return to the spotlight Tuesday was his first time taking questions on-camera since May 15. From there, the tone news conference changed dramatically. Spicer's deference to the president continued as he took questions from reporters on Tuesday. So anonymous sources aren't fake news? Spicer pointed to tweets from reporters at the BBC an...

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  • Military jets escort Hawaii flight after fracas involving a Turkish
Military jets escort Hawaii flight after fracas involving a Turkish

Passengers settling into a six-hour flight to Honolulu noticed an oddly behaving man before the plane took off from Los Angeles . The man scowled, took the laptop and opened it and closed it and then tried to sit in another first class seat, Mark Basden said .

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  • UK police: Tiger that killed zookeeper has not been killed
UK police: Tiger that killed zookeeper has not been killed

The 33-year-old's colleagues desperately tried to save her by distracting the big cat with chunks of meat, witnesses said. He added: "The onus always falls on the zoos themselves to ensure the safety of their keepers and their visitors". The incident is not believed to be suspicious. He said: "This appears to have been a freak accident". The ...

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  • White House Briefing Amid Reports Of Staff Changes, Russia Developments
White House Briefing Amid Reports Of Staff Changes, Russia Developments

President Trump is standing by Kushner . United States President Donald Trump said yesterday that numerous leaks from the White House were "fake news", following reports that his son-in-law Jared Kushner had tried to set up a secret channel of communications with Moscow before Mr Trump took office.

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  • Trump repeats criticism of Germany, Merkel stands by position
Trump repeats criticism of Germany, Merkel stands by position

That tweet was likely a response to what German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Sunday. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Tuesday that failing to act on climate change would be "morally criminal" and voiced strong support for the "vision" of German Chancellor Angela Merkel on the matter.

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  • Dramatic video shows sea lion dragging girl underwater
Dramatic video shows sea lion dragging girl underwater

Fujiwara told the CBC that some of the onlookers began feeding the sea lion bread crumbs before the unnamed girl made a decision to sit precariously close to the dock's edge. Below is the video which has now gone viral. "They have teeth, they can bite and even unintentionally you can get bitten so you want to keep your distance from them", says...

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  • Russia's Putin, Saudi prince praise dialogue on oil, Syria
Russia's Putin, Saudi prince praise dialogue on oil, Syria

It's not the first time that they meet, but Putin's encounter with influential Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman this time is expected to produce several agreements between Russian Federation and Saudi Arabia . As peace talks between the Syrian opposition and government to end the six-year war keep failing, pressure has increased on foreign power...

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  • PM Modi leaves for Spain after his Germany visit
PM Modi leaves for Spain after his Germany visit

Addressing the Indo German Business Summit in Berlin , Prime Minister said that Germany is India's one of the most important partner and expressed happiness to see that Indian companies are also able to make a mark in Germany. He explained the huge synergy that exists between German capabilities and Indian requirements. He said Germany's ext...

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  • White House braces for more scrutiny as Trump rallies behind Kushner
White House braces for more scrutiny as Trump rallies behind Kushner

Trump". President Trump tells the New York Times he has "total confidence" in his son-in-law, Jared Kushner . Jared Kushner , the senior White House advisor and President Trump's son-in-law, met with a representative of a state-run Russian bank, which was known to have planted spies in the United States , the "New York Times" reporte...

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  • Jared Kushner defended by Trump amid 'secret Russia line' questions
Jared Kushner defended by Trump amid 'secret Russia line' questions

Mr Trump - who is said to have met with attorneys at the White House on Sunday - did not falter in his support for Mr Kushner, who has taken a role as a senior White House aide. "Clearly, the White House is in crisis". "There are all sorts of other individuals and offices who do this all the time for the White House ". Tennessee Senator an...

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  • USA appeals court sides with transgender student in bathroom case
USA appeals court sides with transgender student in bathroom case

Constitution's equal-protection clause support the student who was born female, but now identifies as male. So SCOTUS sent it back with instructions to review the decision in light of the new guidance. Supreme Court before the court returned a Virginia case to another federal appeals court for further consideration. "The School District argues th...

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  • Indian PM on climate: would be 'crime' to spoil environment
Indian PM on climate: would be 'crime' to spoil environment

Mr Modi signalled that India will move forward on its climate agenda even if the U.S. exits the Paris agreement, saying politicians have "absolutely no right" to put in jeopardy the environment for future generations. "The Germans are bad, very bad ", President Trump allegedly said, according to German news magazine Der Spiegel, citing sources...

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  • Tour de France honors Eddie Merckx with 2019 start in Belgium
Tour de France honors Eddie Merckx with 2019 start in Belgium

This year the Tour de France begins in Düsseldorf on Saturday 1st July. The Tour will return home for the 2018 start from the Passage du Gois in western France. Lance Armstrong's seven consecutive Tour de France wins from 1999 to 2005 were vacated in 2012 for performance-enhancing drug use. The race will set off from the Belgian capital, and ho...

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  • Merkel says can develop India ties and keep up U.S. relationship
Merkel says can develop India ties and keep up U.S. relationship

Donald Trump and Angela Merkel. Speaking at a joint news conference with Modi, Merkel reiterated her view that "we need to take our fate in Europe into our own hands". Late last week, he blasted Germany over its auto exports to the United States. "Germany is a large, reliable and trustworthy partner for us", he added.

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  • Trump condemns killing of pair who tried to stop racist rant
Trump condemns killing of pair who tried to stop racist rant

Jeremy Joseph Christian was a man seething with rage. "Ricky John Best was a technician for the City of Portland's Bureau of Development Services and a retired army veteran who served in both Iraq and Afghanistan". Two precious lives were lost this Memorial Day weekend in Portland and one more, almost so. Macy said Namkai-Meche stumbled to...

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  • Kelly defends plan for Russian Federation back channel as a 'good thing'
Kelly defends plan for Russian Federation back channel as a 'good thing'

The Washington Post reports the White House plans to take more aggressive action to combat the growing scandal surrounding alleged contacts between Trump associates and Russian Federation. For now, Trump's eldest daughter is moving full steam ahead in her West Wing role, where she serves as the President's eyes and ears, providing input and insi...

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  • Merkel says Europe must step up as diplomatic player
Merkel says Europe must step up as diplomatic player

While trans-Atlantic relations remain of paramount importance, disagreement shouldn't be swept under the carpet, a party official quoted her as telling the closed-door session. They supported a comprehensive and inclusive Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace and reconciliation process that leads to the renunciation of violence and breaking of all ties...

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  • Govt has received many representations on cattle sale rules
Govt has received many representations on cattle sale rules

Kerala is one of the states in the country where cow slaughter is not banned. Prevention of cruelty to animals is in Concurrent List and Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act of 1960 , through section 11 (3) (e), exempts destruction of an animal as food for mankind unless such destruction is accompanied by infliction of unnecessary pain or suffer...

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  • Indian court temporarily suspends cow slaughter ban
Indian court temporarily suspends cow slaughter ban

Drawing a huge backlash from various fractions, Minister for Environment, Forest and Climate Change Harsh Vardhan ordered that the ministry has notified the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Regulation of Livestock Markets) Rules, 2017 to ensure that the sale of cattle is not meant for slaughter purposes.

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  • Zbigniew Brzezinski, National Security Adviser to Jimmy Carter, dead at 89
Zbigniew Brzezinski, National Security Adviser to Jimmy Carter, dead at 89

Brzezinski's influence spanned several decades". "Rosalynn (Carter's wife) and I are saddened", he said in a statement . The Polish-born academic served as a counselor to former President Lyndon B. He voiced support for US policy in Vietnam in the mid-1960s, and served on the policy planning staff of President Lyndon Johnson's State Departme...

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  • Over 100 Extremist Settlers Storm Al-Aqsa Mosque
Over 100 Extremist Settlers Storm Al-Aqsa Mosque

The al-Aqsa Mosque is the third holiest site for Muslims after Masjid al-Haram in Mecca and Masjid al-Nabawi in Medina. Erekat added that by deciding "to mark 50 years of occupation, and the beginning of the Holy Month of Ramadan" in the tunnels, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was "sending a clear message to the Palestinian people th...

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  • Trump blasts Germany again as Merkel-Modi cite mutual values
Trump blasts Germany again as Merkel-Modi cite mutual values

Trump has also suggested that he might withdraw the United States from the Paris Agreement on combating climate change, which Merkel has championed. Prime Minister Modi and German Chancellor Angela Merkel also started the fourth round of the biannual Inter-Governmental Consultations (IGC) in Berlin earlier in the day.

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  • 'Affinity': Canadian PM Trudeau Visits Italy's Quake-Damaged Town of Amatrice
'Affinity': Canadian PM Trudeau Visits Italy's Quake-Damaged Town of Amatrice

Trudeau was swept to the office of Prime Minister in November 2015, primarily on a platform of inclusivity and his now famous "sunny ways" approach to politics and the Canadian national identity. Trudeau attended the Group of Seven summit that ended Saturday in southern Italy. Trudeau, 45, was snapped standing awkwardly outside the circle of le...

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  • PM Modi arrives in Spain on second leg of four-nation tour
PM Modi arrives in Spain on second leg of four-nation tour

In turn, German Chancellor Angela Merkel suggested over the weekend that her country's relationship with the United States had shifted. Trump instead lectured North Atlantic Treaty Organisation member countries about contributing their "fair share", saying some countries owed "massive amounts of money", even if it does not appear to be true .

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  • Macron, Putin in 'frank exchange'
Macron, Putin in 'frank exchange'

The G7 countries, which include the United States, agreed to consider new sanctions against Moscow over its 2014 seizure of Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula and backing of armed separatists in eastern Ukraine. He said the worldwide community should "establish a joint policy" to address the use of chemical weapons by "anyone, any force... and make a resp...

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  • Merkel: US relations important, but must also look elsewhere
Merkel: US relations important, but must also look elsewhere

Trump's criticism follows a stunning speech by Merkel in Munich Sunday during which the German leader said Europe could no longer reply on its traditional allies and that "we must fight for our future on our own, for our destiny as Europeans".

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  • Did Jared Kushner Meet Russian Oligarch Over Business Or Politics
Did Jared Kushner Meet Russian Oligarch Over Business Or Politics

Trump would take more opportunities to engage directly with his supporters via campaign rallies, social media appearances such as Facebook Live videos, and interviews with friendly news organisations, the NYT reported . - Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 28, 2017 Whenever you see the words "sources say" in the fake news media, and the...

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  • Manchester Police Make Another Arrest in Bomb Attack Probe
Manchester Police Make Another Arrest in Bomb Attack Probe

British officials have expressed outrage over the USA leaking of classified evidence tied to the recent terror attack in Manchester and United Kingdom police have stopped sharing information on the suicide bombing with the US. As the security threat level across Britain remained critical, British Transport Police said armed officers would be on p...

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