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It was the end of four days in the Middle East, after a packed schedule that included summits, elaborate dinners, and high-stakes meetings. Rove said it was smart for the President to reassure the Saudi's that the last 8 years are over and a new chapter has begun.
  • Mitchell: Trump Trip Being Received 'Very, Very Well' in Middle East

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    Just so you understand, I never mentioned the word or the name "Israel"-I never mentioned it during that conversation". "But he hit all of the notes". But in his public remarks, Trump steered clear of any such language, and did not mention what has been the goal of USA diplomacy for two decades: a state of Israel and an independent Palestinian state co-existing side-by-side.
  • Manchester attack: Take That cancel concert 'out of respect'

    Manchester attack: Take That cancel concert 'out of respect'

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    The attack took place at the Manchester Arena shortly after the pop star's concert ended, leaving at least 59 injured in addition to the almost two dozen dead. Joseph Carozza, a representative from Grande's USA record label, said the singer is OK and they are investigating what happened. Another user tweeted, "Everyone pls share this, my little sister Emma was at the Ari concert tonight in #Manchester and she isn't answering her phone, pls help me", alongside a picture of a blonde-haired ...
  • Jeremy Corbyn says Labour's 'message is getting through' to voters

    Jeremy Corbyn says Labour's 'message is getting through' to voters

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    The poll showed the Conservatives with 46 per cent, the same level of support versus one week ago, while Labour rose to 34 per cent, up 2 percentage points, the Telegraph said. We are getting constant feedback from our members and there's been an incredible response, a very positive response. While many of Labour's policies are popular - among them, renationalizing some rail, energy and utility companies - the party faces hard questions about how it plans to fulfill its pledges without large ...
  • President Trump to meet with Abbas in Bethlehem, visit Yad Vashem

    President Trump to meet with Abbas in Bethlehem, visit Yad Vashem

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    U.S. President Donald Trump traveled to Bethlehem this morning in order to meet with Palestinian Authority leader Mahmoud Abbas . Trump said in a speech to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee conference in March 2016 that he would move the US embassy to Jerusalem , calling it "the eternal capital of the Jewish people".
  • South Korea's ex-president denies charges as corruption trial begins

    South Korea's ex-president denies charges as corruption trial begins

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    Ms Park is accused of colluding with her friend, Choi Soon-sil, to extort money from some of South Korea's biggest companies, including Samsung , in return for political favours. "President Park is not a person who could be lured by any bribes". "I think Park must be punished thoroughly and never be pardoned so that such a bad thing may never happen again".
  • Late-night shows poke fun at Trump's Israel visit

    Late-night shows poke fun at Trump's Israel visit

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    In public remarks in the West Bank town of Bethlehem and in Jerusalem , Trump avoided mention of a two-state solution to the Palestinian conflict, and made no references to controversial Jewish settlements or to recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
  • Senate intelligence panel to subpoena 2 Flynn companies

    Senate intelligence panel to subpoena 2 Flynn companies

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    Citing sources close to Flynn, Fox News and ABC reported that the former adviser on Monday will invoke the Fifth Amendment and refuse to respond to queries in the case if a grand jury has not charged or indicted him. To date, Flynn is the only Trump associate whom the Senate has subpoenaed. His attorney's letter also cites an "escalating public frenzy" and the appointment of former Federal Bureau of Investigation chief Robert Mueller as a special prosecutor in the case as factors ...
  • Walmart grows comps, traffic in Q1

    Walmart grows comps, traffic in Q1

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    The company said sales at USA stores open at least a year, or same-store sales, grew by 1.4%, beating analyst expectations of 1.3% and marking the 10th consecutive quarter of same-store sales growth. Consolidated net income fell to $3.04 billion from $3.08 billion due to a higher tax rate. Wal-Mart spent more than $3 billion for Jet.com previous year in its bid to lure younger and more affluent customers.
  • Windsor Islamic Council condemns terrorist attack at Manchester Arena

    Windsor Islamic Council condemns terrorist attack at Manchester Arena

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    The Manchester bombing was also, he suspects, timed to coincide with the fourth anniversary of the hacking to death of soldier Lee Rigby by two jihadists in London . The fact that it was the first large-scale bombing in Britain since the 2005 London attacks is significant, Videcette said. Commissioner Cressida Dick said the extra officers will be in place "for as long as it is needed".
  • Amazon unveils Echo Show video streaming assistant

    Amazon unveils Echo Show video streaming assistant

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    You know, the last time you actually saw the lines of pixels. Essentially, people can use the screen on the Echo show as a digital photo frame by pulling pictures stored on Prime Photos, and when it's playing songs from Amazon Music, it'll put the lyrics up on-screen.
  • Trump Willing To Try Engagement With North Korea Regime: Seoul

    Trump Willing To Try Engagement With North Korea Regime: Seoul

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    South Korea's special envoy, Song Young-gil, departed for Moscow on Monday to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin to convey a personal message of South Korean President Moon Jae-in. Mainstream historians say up to 200,000 women, mostly from Korea but also China and other parts of Asia, were forced to work in Japanese military brothels during World War II.