• U.S. envoy vows to call out countries backing North Korea

    U.S. envoy vows to call out countries backing North Korea

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    U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley accused North Korea on Tuesday of intimidating the entire global community with its nuclear program, military ability and cyberattacks, and said any country that doesn't implement United Nations sanctions is supporting Pyongyang's actions.
  • Manchester Attack: Three Men Arrested in Connection With Bombing

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    Meanwhile, officials probed possible travel by the alleged bomber, looking for clues to new threats. Soldiers were replacing armed police on Wednesday at sites like Buckingham Palace, 10 Downing Street and Parliament. He had returned from Libya just days ago. He denied ties to any militant groups or suggestions of extremism. In a poignant moment he referred to the " Mancunian way to survive " and said: "In the face of a challenge we always stand tall".
  • Cabinet Members Testifying on Trump Budget on Capitol Hill

    Cabinet Members Testifying on Trump Budget on Capitol Hill

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    Trump's budget officials have tried to explain that this was not an error at all but a cunning plan. Capital formation would have to meet levels not seen since the late 1960s and early 1970s, said Sanford, who then noted that capital formation tends to go down as people retire because they begin to withdraw their savings.
  • Iran's leader jabs Trump's 'theatrical' Saudi trip

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    Rouhani, a cleric whose administration struck the 2015 landmark nuclear deal with world powers, decisively won a second term in Friday's election. President Zuma said South Africa looks forward to working with Iran under President Rouhani to consolidate relations and implement existing agreements.
  • Manchester attack: Bombing suspect linked to top UK ISIS recruiter

    Manchester attack: Bombing suspect linked to top UK ISIS recruiter

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    In Monday night's attack , at least 22 people died and almost 60 were sent to hospitals after an explosion struck in the area between the concert venue and the adjacent transit station. Greater Manchester metro mayor Andy Burnham said that a decision had been taken early in the investigation to be cautious about putting information into the public domain.
  • Former Fox News chief Roger Ailes dead at 77

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    They also forced the exits of Fox News' biggest star, Bill O'Reilly, and co-president Bill Shine. The Palm Beach County Medical Examiner's Office says the Fox News Channel founder died of a subdural hematoma - or bleeding on the brain - caused by the fall.
  • Pope asks Trump to work for peace

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    His address was blunt, challenging, and very well received. He will then fly to Brussels for a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit. This was the first time such a direct flight had been allowed. It's a decision the new president has been kicking down the road ever since assuming office, despite a campaign pledge to withdraw from, or "cancel", United States involvement in the deal.
  • Trump's Messy, Mostly Successful Israel Visit

    Trump's Messy, Mostly Successful Israel Visit

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    Among other issues, the two leaders discussed the Israeli-Palestinian peace negotiations, according to the White House . "But with determination, compromise and the belief that peace is possible, Israelis and Palestinians can make a deal".
  • Manchester attack: Who was the suspect Salman Abedi?

    Manchester attack: Who was the suspect Salman Abedi?

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    A second brother, Ismail Abedi, 23, was taken into custody in Manchester a day earlier. Minister Gerard Collomb said Wednesday on BFM television that British and French intelligence have information that Abedi had been to Syria. With eyes on London, was Manchester left wide open for attack? As soldiers replaced armed police at Buckingham Palace, 10 Downing Street and Parliament, London Police Commander Jane Connors said the goal is to "make our city as hostile an environment as possible ...
  • Iran's Rouhani Denounces US' Middle East Ignorance

    Iran's Rouhani Denounces US' Middle East Ignorance

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    His victory bolsters the nuclear deal with the United States and other world powers - one of the key achievements of his first term - and his margin of victory gives Rouhani a mandate to challenge the conservative hardliners who still hold power in the country's cumbersome mix of theocracy and democracy.
  • Ariana Grande Suspends Tour Following Manchester Attack

    Ariana Grande Suspends Tour Following Manchester Attack

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    Rep. Adam Schiff of California, the ranking Democrat on the House intelligence committee, told reporters Wednesday he understands the concern about us leaks possibly harming the United Kingdom police operation. Officials say soldiers will be deployed to places like Buckingham Palace, 10 Downing Street and Parliament. Greater Manchester Police declined to comment and the Greater Manchester Police Federation, the force's de facto trade union, did not respond to a request for comment by the ...