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Cajoled on issues like climate change and NATO's defense pact, he's responded by scolding some of the United States' most loyal allies for not paying their fair share. "It's a big problem, it's a world problem, but it will be solved at some point". Tusk spoke at the start of a meeting of the Group of Seven democracies in Taormina, Sicily.
  • Why Ivanka, Melania Trump covered up in Rome but not Saudi Arabia

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    Trump should have worn a head scarf in Saudi Arabia . It follows that her fashion choices for the president's first foreign trip were much-discussed before it began and that her selections for Saudi Arabia and Israel have been subject to a swirl of commentary - from "um, let's talk about that gold belt" to whether they were appropriately respectful, even meant to send a message.
  • Monaco star arrives in Manchester to complete big-money move

    Monaco star arrives in Manchester to complete big-money move

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    Manchester Evening News claims the Portugal worldwide was on a flight from Mallorca on Thursday evening. The report doesn't say whether Silva is in England for transfer talks but claims City are favourites to sign him. "But you never know". Speaking after his side's 2-0 win over Ajax in the Europa League final, Mourinho played down the possibility of a move. "I think not.
  • Police arrest fifth suspect in deadly Manchester Arena attack

    Police arrest fifth suspect in deadly Manchester Arena attack

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    Earlier in the day, police detained a suspect in Wigan, Greater Manchester. The attacker returned to United Kingdom days before bombing, friend says. Monday's explosion at the Grande concert sparked a stampede of young concertgoers, some still wearing the American singer's trademark kitten ears and holding pink balloons.
  • 'Broken' Ariana Grande has suspended her world tour after deadly Manchester attack

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    I'm extremely thankful that no one on the touring crew was physically hurt but this painful memory and the weight associated with the lives lost will live with us all forever. British Home Secretary Amber Rudd complained that such leaks could cost police "the element of surprise" in their bid to prevent future attacks. The name of the man arrested in the early hours Friday and those of the eight others in custody were not released.
  • Manchester terror attack: Further arrests made this morning

    Manchester terror attack: Further arrests made this morning

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    May will raise concerns over the leaks when she meets US President Trump at a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation meeting on Thursday, the BBC reported . The suspected Manchester bomber Salman Abedi , who detonated himself in a pop-concert in the city passed through a German airport before the attack , police said on Thursday.
  • Police Make 3 More Arrests In Connection With Deadly Manchester Concert Attack

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    The changing of the guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace was canceled Wednesday so police officers can be re-deployed, Britain's defense ministry said . The Islamic State group claimed the attack, saying that "one of the caliphate's soldiers placed bombs among the crowds". Collomb told French television the suspect "grew up in Britain and then suddenly, after a trip to Libya and then likely to Syria, became radicalised and chose to carry out this attack".
  • Three more arrested in Manchester bombing

    Three more arrested in Manchester bombing

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    Britain's terror threat level was raised to " critical " - the highest level - on Tuesday over concern another attack could be imminent. The government said almost 1,000 soldiers were deployed Wednesday instead of police in high-profile sites in London and other locations.
  • United Kingdom resumes intelligence sharing with US

    United Kingdom resumes intelligence sharing with US

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    If confirmed, the halt to the sharing investigative details with Britain's most important defence and security ally would underscore the level of anger in Britain at leaks to the U.S. About 1,000 troops were also deployed on British streets to guard public buildings, freeing up armed officers so they could assist with the spreading investigation, the day after Ms May raised the UK's terror threat level to critical.
  • PM should come out with white paper on economy: Congress

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    He will hold official talks with President of France H.E. Mr. Emmanuel Macron on 3 June and discuss issues of mutual interest with a view to further strengthen India-France strategic ties. Modi and Merkel will jointly addressing a business meeting with top CEOs from both countries. As per the envoy, the issue of India's Nuclear Suppliers Group ( NSG ) bid is also likely to come up.
  • Julian Assange: Sweden drops rape investigation

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    The alleged bail offense carries a maximum year in prison. In this February 5, 2016, photo, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange stands on the balcony of the Ecuadorean Embassy in London . It was initially issued by the Westminster Magistrates' Court, and the Metropolitan Police Service stated that it is obliged to execute that warrant should Assange leave the Ecuadorean embassy in London where he's resided for five years, NPR reported .