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French President Emmanuel Macron (L) talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel at a family photo session during a one-day NATO Summit, in Brussels , Belgium, May 25, 2017 . The pair met ahead of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels - a city Trump called a "hellhole" in 2016 - and it was Macron who appeared to emerge victorious in the battle of the handshakes.
  • United Kingdom terror threat level remains 'critical' says May

    United Kingdom terror threat level remains 'critical' says May

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    Prime Minister Theresa May also criticized the leak, which followed the naming of the main suspect by USA media before British authorities. May said: "The public should be clear about what this means . The brother and father of Salman Abedi have been held by a militia in Tripoli, Libya. The pictures published by the New York Times included remains of the bomb and of the rucksack carried by the suicide bomber, and showed blood stains amid the wreckage.
  • President Trump to attend G7 meetings in Italy

    President Trump to attend G7 meetings in Italy

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    But in contrast to the collaborative and at times even playful demeanor leaders would assume during the eight years President Barack Obama was in office, Trump's emergence so far on the diplomatic circuit has shown his willingness to use the meetings to confront world leaders and openly express his grievances.
  • CCTV photo released of killer on day of Manchester bombing

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    British Prime Minister Theresa May will confront U.S. President Donald Trump over leaks of intelligence about the suicide bomb attack at a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels on Thursday, the Guardian newspaper said . Ramadan Abedi fled Tripoli in 1993 after Muammar Gaddafii's security authorities issued an arrest warrant. A source at Whitehall said not only will the release of this information upset the families of the victims but there is a risk it will compromise the ...
  • UK PM May's lead narrows after Manchester attack - new polls show

    UK PM May's lead narrows after Manchester attack - new polls show

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    Jeremy Corbyn has been coming under fresh attack from Conservatives after saying Labour's post-election defence review will consider the role of nuclear weapons. The political betting markets are continuing to lean heavily in the Conservative leader's favour despite polls showing the gap between the Tories and Labour getting narrower the closer we get to voting day.
  • Jakarta Bombing Leaves More Questions Than Answers

    Jakarta Bombing Leaves More Questions Than Answers

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    Hundreds of Indonesians have flocked overseas to fight with the armed group in Syria and Iraq, and ISIL-linked combatants have been accused of being behind a series of recent plots and attacks across Indonesia. Suspicion is likely to fall on local network Jamaah Ansharut Daulah (JAD), which supports IS and has been blamed for recent, mostly low-impact, attacks.
  • Iran slams U.S. arms deal with Saudi Arabia

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    Rejecting US warnings about testing missiles, Rouhani said Iran's weapons were defensive and the country would test them whenever it deemed necessary. Foreign partners have preserved their fear that if they start business with an Iranian company, they may face US-imposed penalties on the grounds that their Iranian partners have had relations with entities under sets of United States sanctions that are not subject to the nuclear deal and remain binding.
  • Trump's speech to Israeli parliament scrapped

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    US President Donald Trump ended his tour of the Middle East with another call for peace between Israel and Palestine, but as it is with the current US president the entire affair was about optics. "He wants peace", he said . HE condemned terror and expressed confidence that peace could be achieved between Israel , the Palestinians and the wider Arab world.
  • United Kingdom authorities 'furious' at USA leaks of Manchester bombing probe

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    The British government has repeatedly condemned leaks to the USA media of information relating to the ongoing investigation into the Manchester suspected suicide bombing on Monday that left 22 dead. French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb said Abedi had "likely" been to Syria after the trip to Libya, citing information provided by British intelligence services to their counterparts in Paris.
  • Manchester attack: Sister of bomber said he wanted 'revenge' for injustice

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    Armed police were also seen on patrol outside St. Paul's Cathedral in London , another popular tourist spot. Price tags on the rucksack indicate it had just been purchased, they said . But members of the Libyan immigrant community reported to local authorities that they feared Salman was turning increasingly radical, two friends of the family said.