• Manchester Attack Suspect Salman Abedi's Father and 2 Brothers Arrested

    Manchester Attack Suspect Salman Abedi's Father and 2 Brothers Arrested

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    German authorities have detained numerous home-grown extremists, including a national security agent in the German equivalent of MI5 accused of planning to bomb its headquarters in Cologne "in the name of Allah". Abedi, who was reportedly born in the U.K.to Libyan parents, is believed to have traveled to Libya recently, according to multiple media outlets that cite USA officials with knowledge of the investigation.
  • Police catch pigeon with backpack full of drugs

    Police catch pigeon with backpack full of drugs

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    Bas News reports that the pigeon was caught on a building near the customs' department in Abdali province, close to Iraq's border. Kuwaiti Police on Wednesday caught drug smuggling pigeon with nearly 200 ecstasy pills . Although shocking to read about, birds have been caught smuggling drugs before. Homing pigeons were used in the past to carry messages as messenger pigeons and they crossed a distance of approximately 100 miles.
  • Trump on Manchester bombing: the terrorists are

    Trump on Manchester bombing: the terrorists are "evil losers"

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    There is also some disappointment on the right of the Israeli political spectrum that Trump has yet to honor his campaign pledge to relocate the United States embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem . Abbas said he was keen to "keep the door open to dialogue with our Israeli neighbors". Consider this: no less than 55 heads of state attended the Arab-Islamic-American Summit in Riyadh hosted by Saudi King Salman, who gave the new American president an extremely warm, red-carpet welcome.
  • Father and brother of Manchester bomber arrested in Libya

    Father and brother of Manchester bomber arrested in Libya

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    May condemned the attack for its "appalling sickening cowardice" and for "deliberately targeting innocent defenseless children and young people". The suspected bomber has been identified as 22-year-old Salman Abedi, a British student dropout born to Libyan parents who fled the regime of slain dictator Muammar Gaddafi.
  • Ariana Grande cancels concerts after Manchester attack

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    After arresting a 23-year-old man on Tuesday, police said they had taken three more men into custody yesterday in south Manchester , the area where Abedi lived. U.K. Home Secretary Amber Rudd on Wednesday called the leaks "irritating". British authorities did not say that the investigation had in fact been compromised by the leaks.
  • Reporter alleges he was 'body slammed' by Montana GOP candidate

    Reporter alleges he was 'body slammed' by Montana GOP candidate

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    Gianforte asked Jacobs to lower a phone that was being used as an audio recorder , then tried to grab it, the campaign said in a statement. The audio is below. Jacobs presses the question and the candidate tells him to ask Shane Scanlon, Gianforte's communications director. "At no point did any of us who witnessed this assault see Jacobs show any form of physical aggression toward Gianforte , who left the area after giving statements to local sheriff's deputies", Acuna said.
  • Melania publicly snubs Donald Trump again

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    The President and the First Lady were in Rome for their first audience with Pope Francis at the Vatican. "The hospital was struck by the timing of it all", East Wing communications director Stephanie Grisham told CNN. She toured the cardiac intensive unit as well as the recreation room, where she painted with the children from nine different countries and took selfies with them.
  • Ariana Grande cancels world tour stops through June 5

    Ariana Grande cancels world tour stops through June 5

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    Ariana Grande is suspending her world tour through June 5 following the Manchester Arena attack at her concert that left 22 dead. Amber Rudd told Sky News that USA officials provided information to media that Britain preferred to keep confidential for reasons of operational security.
  • Trump calls Manchester attack perpetrators 'losers'

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    Trump delivered his remarks in the West Bank city of Bethlehem where he was working to advance peace talks with Abbas on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. "I won't call them monsters because they would like that term, they would think that is a great name". President Trump weighed in on the attack today.