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Mr Rouhani said Iranians are "waiting for this government to be civil" and that "hopefully, things will settle down.so we could pass more accurate judgments". He also demanded that Iran cease its support of " terrorists and militias". Saudi Arabia immediately cut diplomatic ties and other Sunni Arab countries in the Gulf have taken a harder line on Iran since.
  • President Trump touches orb in Saudi, lights up internet

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    In his speech, Trump steered clear of such invective, but he echoed former President George W. Bush´s famous declaration after the September 11, 2001 attacks, "Either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists ". Trump has been widely seen as considerably more supportive of Israel than his predecessor, Barack Obama. Obama spoke at Cairo University and the intended audience was the educated populace of the Islamic world, pressing for greater liberties.
  • GOP candidate charged with misdemeanor assault of reporter

    GOP candidate charged with misdemeanor assault of reporter

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    Jacobs persisted with his question. I'm just curious- Gianforte: Okay, speak with Shane, please. Gianforte can be heard sounding frustrated, saying he was sick and exhausted of "you guys". "This contribution has nothing to do with our investigation which is now complete", he said. It was not clear what effect the assault charge against Republican technology executive Greg Gianforte would have on the Montana race, where 37 per cent of the 699,207 registered voters had already submitted ...
  • Jennifer Rubin: The latest leaks suggest Trump tried to hobble Comey

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    The Washington Post reported Monday , and other news outlets later confirmed , that Trump had asked Coats and Rogers in March to push back publicly against an FBI investigation into his campaign's ties to Russian Federation. While Flynn decides what, if anything, he'll provide to Congress, the chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform said the Federal Bureau of Investigation will not be turning over memos and other materials that detail discussions between ...
  • Toronto band Broken Social Scene plays in Manchester 1 day after bombing

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    Hashem Abedi's arrest - a day after older brother Ismail was held - came as the men's father was also arrested in the Libyan capital. Abedi grew up in Manchester's southern suburbs and once attended Salford University there. British officials have not commented on whether Abedi had links to IS or other extremist groups. The elder Abedi was arrested shortly after speaking to the AP, Salem said.
  • Duterte declares martial law after raid

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    Troops in action during the ongoing fight against militants. Thousands of civilians are fleeing fighting in the Philippines as troops seek to contain Islamic State-linked militants who have taken over large parts of a city, set building ablaze and kidnapped a Catholic priest and other Christians.
  • President Mukherjee condemns Manchester attack, extends support to UK

    President Mukherjee condemns Manchester attack, extends support to UK

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    Mrs. May said security services were working to see if a wider group was involved in the attack, which fell less than three weeks before a national election. French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday expressed compassion and solidarity with Britain after the attack. During the call, the two leaders agreed the attack was "particularly wanton and depraved", according to the White House press office.
  • US President accused of asking FBI Chief to drop Flynn inquiry

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    The Rogers request and refusals was documented by a senior NSA official in a contemporaneous internal memo. Meanwhile, The Washington Post reported that the FBI is investigating meetings that President Donald Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, had in December with Russian officials.
  • Helicopters, tanks in battle to retake Philippine city

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    Trump said. Duterte warned he may expand martial law nationwide, an unnerving development for many in the Philippines who lived through the rule of Ferdinand Marcos. "(The terrorists) have threatened to kill the hostages if government forces pitted against them are not recalled", said Archbishop Socrates Villegas, president of the Philippine bishops' conference.
  • United Kingdom considers halting USA intelligence sharing after Manchester attack photo leak

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    Government officials said almost 1,000 soldiers were deployed to Buckingham Palace, Parliament and other high-profile sites across the country. The row is a fresh source of embarrassment for the U.S., a week after the Prime Minister was forced to give assurances that Britain still has confidence in the special relationship amid concerns relating to Mr Trump's disclosure of classified information to senior Russian officials.
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organisation chief says allies to join anti-IS coalition

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    It's a reminder of NATO's commitment to its collective defense clause - so called Article 5 - which commits allies to defend any of the 28 members that come under attack. North Atlantic Treaty Organisation will host a Heads of State summit in Brussels on Thursday. May said that when she sees Trump at the summit she will stress "that intelligence that is shared between law enforcement agencies must remain secure".