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Police working on the Manchester case, who are "furious about the disclosures", have stopped sharing information with their American counterparts, according to media reports . "The reality is that when we decrease defense spending when tensions are going down, as we did after the end of the Cold War, we have to be able to increase defense spending when tensions are going up".
  • FA Cup final: Chelsea seek double, Arsenal looking for redemption

    FA Cup final: Chelsea seek double, Arsenal looking for redemption

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    Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is set to become the highest paid coach in the clubs history by signing a new contract worth £9.6M-a-season. The Blues had the homecoming against Watford-a chaotic 4-3 win-, John Terry's self-styled farewell at Stamford Bridge against Sunderland and were eventually presented with the trophy against Sunderland on the same day.
  • Tillerson embraces Middle East linkage theory

    Tillerson embraces Middle East linkage theory

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    Kailash Nagdev, managing director for YouGov in the Middle East and North Africa, said the presidential visit clearly had an impact on the results . In general, Trump markedly avoided all of the thorny issues that have stymied peace efforts for decades, such as the "settlements" - i.e. There were lots of " firsts " in Trump's oversees trip to Israel , one of America's most trusted allies.
  • Kim's rocket stars: The trio behind North Korea's missile programme

    Kim's rocket stars: The trio behind North Korea's missile programme

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    At the Senate hearing, Stewart and the Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats were pressed by lawmakers for information on how far away North Korea might be from having an ICBM capable of reaching the USA mainland. The state is also exploring ways to incorporate cellphones into its emergency alert system, rather than relying exclusively on television, radio and sirens.
  • Trump In Saudi Arabia: 'This Is Not A Battle Between Different Faiths'

    Trump In Saudi Arabia: 'This Is Not A Battle Between Different Faiths'

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    The view from Iran - captured in one way or another in all of the country's main news media on Monday - is that President Trump was in Saudi Arabia primarily as a sales representative for American arms manufacturers. Trump said that during his visit to Saudi Arabia, he met with King Salman and "reached a historic agreement to pursue greater and greater [cooperation] against terrorism".
  • President Trump Attends G-7 Summit In Sicily

    President Trump Attends G-7 Summit In Sicily

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    Cohn describes the conversation among the leaders was "very robust" and said there was a "lot of give and take". "I think that all of the leaders present, starting with President Trump , appreciated the informality with which one in this format.
  • Can dealmaker make the ultimate deal?

    Can dealmaker make the ultimate deal?

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    In a joint news conference, Abbas stressed that the Palestinian people's attainment of freedom and independence was the key to peace and stability in the world, "so that the children of Palestine and Israel enjoy a safe, stable, and prosperous future".
  • Els gives himself two-shot penalty at BMW PGA

    Els gives himself two-shot penalty at BMW PGA

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    Four greens - the 8th, 11th, 14th and 16th were completely rebuilt while the 3rd, 4th, 5th, 13th and 15th greens were partially rebuilt. That would mean the United States major being played in the same month as the European Tour's BMW PGA Championship , which starts at Wentworth on Thursday.
  • Incredible open letter to Ariana Grande goes viral

    Incredible open letter to Ariana Grande goes viral

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    Additionally, lyrics such as " One last time , I need to be the one who takes you home/One more time, I promise that after that I'll let you go" have taken on new, emotional meaning for many Arianators following the Manchester attack. SING AGAIN. Music is the global language of peace. He continued. "Every time you open your mouth and share that incredible God-given gift to the world, you make this crappy world a little less crappy".
  • Donald Trump to visit Israel amid hopes of relaunching peace talks

    Donald Trump to visit Israel amid hopes of relaunching peace talks

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    But in his public remarks, Trump steered clear of any such language, and did not mention what has been the goal of USA diplomacy for two decades: a state of Israel and an independent Palestinian state co-existing side-by-side. Trump's first official trip outside the USA included a visit to Saudi Arabia, where he signed 350-billion-dollar arms deal. Speaking at the Israel Museum, he declared both sides ready to move forward, though there were no tangible signs of the dormant peace process being ...
  • Thousands of Brazilians Rally Against President Temer

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    For his part, President Michel Temer has stated that "I'm not resigning". The CVM investigation of JBS followed a report in Brazilian newspaper O Globo on Thursday that the meatpacking company had bought "large quantities" of dollars in the currency markets just before news of Batista's the testimony became public.
  • Trump delays decision on Paris climate accord

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    Trump may be urged not to abandon the 2015 Paris Agreement on Climate Change to tackle global warming and he was also likely to resist moves to limit protectionism in global trade, the report said. Prime Minister Theresa May , who expressed dismay over an alleged US leak of British intel from the investigation into the Manchester bombing. Italy chose to stage the summit in Sicily to draw attention to Africa, which is 140 miles (225 km) from the island at its closest point ...