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Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi also claimed that USA policy in the Middle East was destabilizing the region. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Monday dismissed President Trump's recent visit to Saudi Arabia as a "theatrical gathering" that would not help combat terrorism .
  • NK daily releases detailed report on global WannaCry attack

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    In China, foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said she had no information to share, when asked about the origin of the attack and whether North Korea might be connected. "We compared the code samples between WannaCry and previous [Democratic People's Republic of Korea] activity, but the only similarities are public libraries", Burbage says.
  • Ariana Grande Pens Emotional Open Letter Following Fatal Manchester Attack

    Ariana Grande Pens Emotional Open Letter Following Fatal Manchester Attack

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    The leaked images were published shortly after British intelligence officials shared their findings with their American counterparts. The suspected bomber who also died in the attack is Salman Abedi . "This damage is even greater when it involves unauthorised disclosure of potential evidence in the middle of a major counter-terrorism investigation", a National Counter Terrorism Policing spokesman said in a statement .
  • It's Final: Trump Will Not Move Embassy

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    Several officials close to US President Donald Trump have expressed their fury over Bennett's vocal opposition to peace initiatives being promoted by Trump, saying Bennett doesn't seem to understand the sensitivity of the situation. Erekat remains the chief Palestinian negotiator while Livni is a leading opposition member of Israel's parliament. Previous presidents includingBill Clinton andGeorge W.
  • President Donald Trump eyes White House overhaul, outside lawyers, PR team

    President Donald Trump eyes White House overhaul, outside lawyers, PR team

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    Kushner, a key White House adviser, had meetings late previous year with Russia's ambassador to the U.S., Sergey Kislyak, and Russian banker Sergey Gorkov. Representative Adam Schiff said in an interview with ABC News . He focused heavily on leaks - both those coming out of the White House and an intelligence leak blamed on Americans about this week's deadly bombing at a concert in England.
  • Macron vows retaliation if chemical weapons used in Syria

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    Macron had strong words for Russian Federation in his race for the presidency, saying France and Russian Federation don't share the same values. Putin had supported Macron's opponent, Marine Le Pen , and received the nationalist at the Kremlin during her campaign.
  • Moldova president 'outraged' at decision to expel Russian diplomats, calls it 'provocation'

    Moldova president 'outraged' at decision to expel Russian diplomats, calls it 'provocation'

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    Moldova has been ruled by a succession of pro-European Union administrations but Dodon's election in late 2016 reflected a loss of trust in its leaders as well as Russia's increasingly assertive influence over ex-Soviet states. The leader also called the decision an " outrageous " move against Moldova's " strategic partner ", Russian Federation. The names of the five expelled diplomats have not been publicly released.
  • Koreas tension | Seoul says North object that drew fire was likely balloon

    Koreas tension | Seoul says North object that drew fire was likely balloon

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    But North Korea has now claimed the South was "caught by mental derangement" and "confrontation hysteria", unleashing its storm of bullets at an innocent "flock of birds flying in the sky". But Liu said China first wants to see the six sanctions resolutions against North Korea fully implemented. Michael O'Hanlon, a senior defense expert at the Brookings Institution, a Washington think tank, also said he thought North Korea was trying to "establish the terms of any future negotiations ...
  • Lieberman would be an odd pick to head the Federal Bureau of Investigation

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    President Donald Trump has been narrowing a short list and interviewing candidates to replace FBI Director James Comey , whom Trump fired on May 9. Lieberman spent most of his career as a Democrat , and there are some who thought that nominating Lieberman might win bipartisan support. "I hold Senator Lieberman's seat, he's no pushover, as both parties know".
  • Zionist cabinet holds meeting in tunnels beneath Aqsa Mosque

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    Last year, UNESCO approved a motion that endorsed the right of Palestinians to the al-Aqsa Mosque compound and slammed Israeli provocations around the holy site. The Palestinians claim the territory as the capital of their future state. The Israeli government's approval of a plan to install a cable vehicle to Jerusalem's Old City hit the front page headlines in local Palestinian dailies.
  • Big business wants Trump to stick with Paris climate accord

    Big business wants Trump to stick with Paris climate accord

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    Sunday on CBS's "Face the Nation," Defense Secretary James Mattis said President Donald Trump is "wide open" on whether or not the United States should remain in the Paris climate accord. "It is my opinion that numerous leaks coming out of the White House are fabricated lies made up by the #FakeNews media". A source who has been in contact with people involved in the decision told Reuters a couple of meetings were planned with chief executives of energy companies and big ...