• France's Macron mixes political shades, unveils new cabinet members

    France's Macron mixes political shades, unveils new cabinet members

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    Socialist Jean-Yves Le Drian (John-Eve Le DREE-on) was named foreign minister and prominent centrist Francois Bayrou (Frans-WA Bey-ROO) as justice minister. French President Emmanuel Macron (C) waves as he parades in a vehicle on the Champs Elysees avenue after his formal inauguration ceremony on May 14, 2017 in Paris .
  • Trump hands Putin a win at first North Atlantic Treaty Organisation meeting

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    Trump's entourage warned that the billionaire president would push allies heavily on meeting their commitment to spend 2.0 percent of GDP on defence, agreed in 2014. British officials are particularly angry that photos detailing evidence about the bomb were published in The New York Times, although it was unclear whether the paper obtained the photos from US officials.
  • Aziz confident Pakistan's position will further strengthen in Jadhav case

    Aziz confident Pakistan's position will further strengthen in Jadhav case

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    The incident comes amid an already heated environment between India and Pakistan over the death sentence awarded to Indian national Kulbhushan Jadhav by a Pakistan military court . In its plea to the court, India had expressed the fear that Jadhav might be executed even while the hearing at the ICJ was on. Aziz said the team had "only five days to prepare for the appearance, adding that the decision to send Khawar Qureshi (the lawyer who represented Pakistan) was a unanimous one".
  • Danny Lee shoots 64 for share of Colonial lead

    Danny Lee shoots 64 for share of Colonial lead

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    But that was about the only lament the American had after carding 67 to post a nine-under 201 total on another breezy day at Colonial Country Club. Kisner also had a birdie on his final hole, the ninth, for a second straight 67. "So I am saying probably the more hard it is, the better it is for me". "Obviously Colonial is going to get you if you don't put it in position", Rahm added.
  • Ex-ambassador: Russia is a 'dark cloud' for Trump's administration

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    Investigators are also interested in a meeting Kushner had with the Russian banker, Sergey Gorkov, according to reports from The Post and NBC News. Flynn was forced to resign in February amid revelations that he had misled Vice President Pence about the nature of conversations he had with Kislyak in the month before Trump took office.
  • Australian business hit by global cyber attack

    Australian business hit by global cyber attack

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    In a statement online the trust said: "Following the ransomware attack, the Trust is now working to ensure that all IT systems affected are brought online again as soon as possible, and thanks patients for their understanding during this time".
  • Police arrests two more Manchester attack suspects

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    The Greater Manchester Police posted a tweet stating "Two men aged 20 and 22 had been arrested on suspicion of offences contrary to the terrorism act". "There are over 400 investigations now ongoing by the security services and police into terrorist planning or people thinking about terrorist planning", he said.
  • Trump shoves fellow Nato leader aside on his first summit

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    Speaking briefly at an event at the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation headquarters in Brussels , President Trump , doing little to deserve it, provoked yet another media backlash. "The leaks of sensitive information pose a grave threat to our national security". President Trump has ordered the Justice Department to investigate the source of those leaks.