• Kushner under Federal Bureau of Investigation scrutiny

    Kushner under Federal Bureau of Investigation scrutiny

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    Federal Bureau of Investigation agents also remain keenly interested in former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn and former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, but Kushner is the only current White House official known to be considered a key person in the probe.
  • 26 killed in fresh attack on Egypt's Coptic Christians

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    As the Governor of the Egyptian province of Minya Essam al-Bedaiwi, the Copts went to the temple South of Cairo. Egyptian security and medical officials say the death toll in the shooting by masked gunmen of a bus carrying Christians, many of them children, on their way to a remote desert monastery has risen to 28.
  • Another awkward moment between Trumps in Rome

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    However, none of the possible innocent explanations appear to be able to stop the Internet mockery and (perhaps joking) suggestions that Melania Trump is miserable and looking at filing for divorce. But while many of us continue to fear for our rights, calling and writing Congress, and marching in the streets, we can't help but take notice of the First Lady.
  • Mount Everest's famous Hillary Step has collapsed

    Mount Everest's famous Hillary Step has collapsed

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    Eighteen people died in 2015 when a 7.8 magnitude quake triggered avalanches which smashed into the base camp. The news was confirmed by British mountaineer Tim Mosedale , after he reached the mountain's summit for the sixth time on 16 May.
  • N. Korea calls S. Korea's border firing reckless provocation

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    North Korea said on Monday that Sunday's launch met all technical requirements that could allow mass-production of the missile, which it calls the Pukguksong-2, although US officials and experts questioned the extent of its progress. Security Council members. Kim said there's also a possibility that the North is conducting engine tests and other experiments as it pushes for the development of a solid-fuel intercontinental ballistic missile that could potentially reach the USA mainland.
  • Trump scolds fellow NATO leaders: Spend more for military

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    But in remarks that humiliated other leaders, Trump said that " NATO members must finally contribute their fair share and meet their financial obligations". Tough words? Sure. But it may just be that, by challenging the 68-year-old alliance's European participants to live up to their commitments and to refocus their efforts on halting terrorism, Trump will save North Atlantic Treaty Organisation.
  • Abbas Voices Commitment to Two-State Solution, Arab Peace Initiative

    Abbas Voices Commitment to Two-State Solution, Arab Peace Initiative

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    Abbas announced he is ready to be Trump's partner in securing peace in the Middle East through establishment of a Palestinian state on land captured by Israel in 1967. He did not weigh in Israeli settlements, the status of Jerusalem or even whether the USA would continue to insist on a two-state solution giving the Palestinians sovereign territory.
  • United Kingdom hunts for bomber's network amid row over U.S. leaks

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    Police and security services are also upset that the name of bomber Salman Abedi was leaked by USA officials and published while police in Britain were withholding the name for what they said were reasons of operational security. The number of arrests in the United Kingdom ticked up to eight as British Transport Police said armed officers would begin patrols on some trains because of an increased threat of terrorism.
  • Ducks won't have Rickard Rakell (lower body) in Game 6

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    It's been more like last man standing. Anaheim was missing its leading goal-scorer and big-name trade deadline rental. Jonathan Bernier took the loss while stopping 16 of 18 shots. Not that anyone was making excuses. In their second elimination game of the postseason, the Ducks edged Edmonton 2-1 in Game 7 of the conference semifinals on May 10.
  • United States intelligence committee to subpoena Flynn in Russian Federation probe

    United States intelligence committee to subpoena Flynn in Russian Federation probe

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    The probe is headed by former Federal Bureau of Investigation director Robert Mueller , who was appointed special counsel with broad powers to investigate Russian election meddling and possible collusion with the Trump campaign. Reached for comment, Page said he and the committee are "still working out the details" of his testimony . "That could be further evidence of an attempt to interfere with the investigation", Schiff said of Trump's reported request to Coats and Rogers.