• Trump Wants to 'Move Fast' on Israel Peace Deal

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    President Donald Trump wrapped up a two-day visit to Israel and the West Bank on Tuesday without evidence of progress toward renewing talks between Israel and the Palestinians. Trump's caution showed. He did not weigh in on Israeli settlements, the status of Jerusalem or even whether the US would continue to insist on a two-state solution giving the Palestinians sovereign territory.
  • Trump faces rougher reception in NATO, EU meetings

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    North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leaders will inaugurate the alliance's new €1.1 billion headquarters, which contains two memorials. The NATO summit began with a solemn ceremony inaugurating two monuments at the new headquarters: one with two sections of the Berlin Wall that divided the German city until 1989, and another formed from a piece of World Trade Center 1, a steel beam from the 107th floor of one of the towers downed by al-Qaida extremists on September 11, 2001.
  • Poulter aiming to sort out US Open spot

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    But it was clear with Funk, as it is with a majority of the players on this circuit, that they respect the job Trump has been doing. It'll be the President of the United States standing on one of his eponymous properties. area for the first time. Francesco Molinari has been four times inside the top ten in his last five starts at Wentworth and his impressive 6th place finish at the Players Championship suggests his game is in good enough shape to continue his good run in this event.
  • Marking difference with U.S., France urges dialogue with Iran

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    Rouhani hailed Iranians' massive turnout in his first presser after re-election, which was held in Tehran May 22, Trend's correspondent reported from the event. In a jibe at the billion-dollar deals signed by Mr Trump and the Saudi government, he said: "You can't solve terrorism just by giving your people's money to a superpower".
  • Pope risks joke about Trump's size

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    The pope took on the Trump campaign pledge to build a wall along the U.S. -Mexico border. Setting aside past differences and rude comments aside, President Donald Trump and Pope Francis put a determinedly positive face on their first meeting Wednesday at the Vatican.
  • Macron Cabinet reflects left, right and centre

    Macron Cabinet reflects left, right and centre

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    In his first speech in the ministry's courtyard Wednesday, Collomb said Europe and France especially "are being targeted by terrorists", noting that the terrorist threat comes from overseas, but is also "rooted in our territory". Culture minister Francoise Nyssen is CEO of French publishing house Actes Sud. He has promised a gender-balanced cabinet and there are suggestions it could include figures from civil society, economists, judges and entrepreneurs as well as politicians.
  • House panel will subpoena Flynn in Russian Federation probe

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    Flynn has already refused to comply with the Senate Intelligence Committee's subpoena for documents outlining his contacts with Russian officials, invoking his Fifth Amendment protection against self-incrimination. A new report says USA intelligence services obtained information during the 2016 presidential election that showed senior Russian officials discussing how to influence Donald Trump through his campaign advisers.
  • Filipinos at Mass worry about city, martial law

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    The Catholic church said militants were using Christians and a priest as human shields and had contacted cardinals with threats to execute hostages unless government troops withdrew. "If I think ISIS (the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria) has already taken a foothold also in (the main island of) Luzon, and terrorism is really not far behind, I might declare martial law throughout the country to protect the people", he told reporters in Manila .
  • More than 100 civilians killed in Iraq bombing in March

    More than 100 civilians killed in Iraq bombing in March

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    Air Force Brig. In a statement, the ERD accused Der Spiegel of publishing a report based on "fabricated and unreal images". The Spiegel photographer reportedly embedded with the unit for months said he witnessed killing, torture and rape of IS suspects.
  • AU Day: John Mahama calls for a united Africa

    AU Day: John Mahama calls for a united Africa

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    Mr Putin wished the peoples of Africa peace and prosperity. "This year, under the auspices of First Lady H.E". Then and today, Africa Day's objective is to mark the founding of the AU, while raising awareness about African issues on and off the continent.