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We will learn from United's performance, says Ajax coach Bosz


Speaking after his side's 2-0 win over Ajax in the Europa League final , Mourinho played down the possibility of a move. "We did that very well from the first minute and we totally deserve the trophy". "We didn't", Bosz told his post-match press conference. Jose Mourinho's more experienced side overpowered Ajax across the 90 minutes, conceding possession but denying their opponents the space they needed to play their passing game. Read More »

Ariana Grande cancels upcoming shows on her tour


The Times , without specifying the source, said British authorities provided access to photos of materials found at the scene. A national minute's silence was to be observed at 11:00am (1000 GMT) for those killed and the dozens seriously wounded. Read More »

Don't let Iran get nukes, says Donald Trump

Trump ", he said . "It will leave an impression on me forever". Tillerson met with reporters in the back of Air Force One on Monday morning during the flight to the second stop on President Donald Trump's first global trip since taking office. Read More »

Listen To Audio Of Greg Gianforte's Reporter Confrontation


Audio of the alteracation reveals Jacobs asking a question about health care and the recently released Congressional Budget Office score, which Gianforte refuses to answer, saying, "Speak with Shane, please", likely a reference to his spokesperson, Shane Scanlon. Read More »

Madras HC grants interim stay on publication of NEET result


The Madurai bench of the Madras High Court has passed an interim injunction, restraining CBSE from declaring results of the National Eligibility-cum-Entrance Test (NEET) that was held on May 7. They have claimed that different sets of question paper had been used at various places, though a common syllabus had been announced. In Tamil Nadu, a different set of questions was given to those who opted for English and Tamil, adding that the one in Tamil was easier. Read More »

India opens fire on UN Observers along LOC


On May 17, the Pakistan Army invited United Nations observers to the General Headquarters to lodge a protest against Indian troops' unprovoked ceasefire violations and targeting of civilians living along the LoC, particularly on the 10th, 13th and 16th of that month. Read More »

Russian plot to control Trump through his advisers


However, a measure of confidence that we remain a nation of laws was restored by the appointment of universally respected former FBI Director Robert S. The remark appeared to be in reference to Flynn. Separately, leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee issued two new subpoenas to Flynn's businesses. Read More »

Disgraced South Korean ex-President Park Goes on Trial

Police escorted Park as she emerged from a bus, her inmate number 503 attached to her dark-colored jacket, into the Seoul Central District Court. Political scandal around the former South Korean president and her associate Choi Soon-sil, who allegedly was allowed to meddle in state affairs without holding any official post, broke out in late October 2016. Read More »

Manchester bombing: 3 more arrests made after Ariana Grande concert attack


As many as 3,800 will be available to back up police operations in following waves of deployment, UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd said. Abedi grew up in Manchester's southern suburbs and once attended Salford University there. Police Federation chairman Steve White said the Government must ensure there is a "resilient, fully-resourced police service", adding: 'We the police simply do not have the resources to manage an event like this on our own'. Read More »

Iranian President Responds to Donald Trump, Saudi Arabia Criticism

Trump met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas while visiting Israel and the West Bank. The Iranian leader, who was recently re-elected to serve a second term, also slammed a multibillion-dollar arms deal signed between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia during the visit, arguing that this would not solve the problem either. Read More »

Trump will convey opposition to 'settlements' during Israel trip


The reunification anniversary is "the right time for the U.S. to correct this historic injustice", said Susan Michael, the director of ICEJ's USA branch. Israel, created in 1948, annexed East Jerusalem in 1967. "The Western Wall is obviously one of the holiest sites in Jewish faith". President Rivlin welcomed the American ambassador, saying, "I am happy to welcome you and your dear wife to Israel, to Jerusalem , the capital of Israel ". Read More »

Ranking House intel Dem: Subpoenas coming after Flynn denies request


Rep. Adam Schiff , a California Democrat, also said investigators are seeking any audio recordings maintained by President Donald Trump of his private meetings in the White House and any memos maintained by Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats and National Security Agency Director Mike Rogers about Trump's reported request that they deny evidence of Russian interference in the United States election. Read More »

Public caning of gay men an outrageous act of cruelty


Neighbors had barged into an apartment with the men and, with their camera phones, filmed them naked, according to rights groups. "Therefore we set up this task force", he said . His comments come just days after two men were caned in Aceh for having gay sex and 141 men were detainded at "gay party" in Jakarta. Homosexuality is technically legal in the rest of Indonesia, but somehow people still get arrested for participating in it. Read More »

Manchester attack: Ariana Grande 'superfan' Georgina Callander dies


Britain's terror threat level was raised to "critical" - the highest level - on Tuesday over concern another attack could be imminent. British authorities were probing whether Abedi had ties to other cells across Europe and North Africa, according to two officials familiar with the case who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak about the ongoing investigation. Read More »

South Korea Wants to Reopen Communication With North


Yang Moo-Jin, a professor at Seoul's University of North Korean Studies (UNKS), told NK News . "I will never tolerate the North's provocations and nuclear threats", he said on a visit to the defence ministry, urging the South's military to adopt a "watertight defence posture". Read More »

Police arrest three more people after Manchester bombing


Asked whether she would be looking at how information sharing with the United States may have resulted in the premature release of details that the British police and security services had not wanted in the public domain, Rudd said: "Yes, quite frankly". Read More »

Marking difference with U.S., France urges dialogue with Iran

As voters in Iran danced in the streets, celebrating the landslide re-election of a moderate as President, President Trump stood in front of a gathering of leaders from across the Muslim world and called on them to isolate a nation he said had "fuelled the fires of sectarian conflict and terror". Read More »

Police hunt Manchester bomber's network


Seven arrests have now been made in Britain and Libya as police scramble to close down a network around the Manchester suicide bomber , as details about the investigation were leaked to U.S. He went to nearby Salford University to study business, but he reportedly stopped going to class and eventually dropped out. Interior minister Amber Rudd had described the leaks as "irritating" early on Thursday, after details about bomber Salman Abedi, including his name, first appeared in US ... Read More »

Former Fox News Chairman Roger Ailes Is Dead


He attended Ohio University, majoring in radio and television. He quickly worked his way up to executive producer and in 1967 had a life-changing conversation with Nixon, one of the show's guests, and convinced the future president of the importance of television. Read More »

Trump discussed terrorism, climate change with Pope

Melania turned to one of her favorite fashion houses, Dolce & Gabbana, for her audience with the pope and her arrival in Italy. The Pope had been pretty unequivocal in his views on Trump before their meeting, saying he was "not Christian" over his plans for a US-Mexico border wall. Read More »

Trump declares Palestine ready for peace talks


Several other presidents have visited the Western Wall, but none of those trips occurred while they were in office . Trump's bilateral deals could shift the military balance of the entire Middle East. "And they are very keen on moving forward with its own relationship with the Trump administration". If negotiations were to resume, they needed to be about the core issues, not talks about talks, he said. Read More »

Tillerson: Saudi Arms Deal Meant to Counter Iranian Influence


A moderate compared to some of the country's hardline clerics and political leaders, Rouhani was a key architect of the 2015 nuclear deal with the USA, the European Union and other partners. "People voted for our plans as they are aware of the fact that generating jobs and bolstering the economy is possible only through investments, which can be achieved by ensuring security, tranquility and freedom", the president said. Read More »

Flynn hit with more subpoenas, may be held in contempt of Congress


Warner, a Democrat, said that the subpoenas were issued Tuesday afternoon for Flynn Intel, LLC. and Flynn Intel, Inc., two Alexandria, Va. -based consulting firms that Flynn started after he left the Defense Intelligence Agency in 2014. With the president in the Middle East on his first foreign trip as president, investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 campaign - and allegations of Trump campaign collaboration - showed no sign of slackening in Washington . Read More »

Israel Prime Minister Responds to Secretary Tillerson on US Embassy Move


However, the worldwide community does not recognize Israel's annexation of east Jerusalem , which the Palestinians seek as the capital of a future independent state. In addition to two meetings with Netanyahu while in the Middle East, Greenblatt met with Abbas, Palestinian civil society groups and visited with Palestinian children in a West Bank Refugee camp. Read More »

Rent-to-own scheme one of key planks of Lib Dem manifesto

It is likely that the Lib Dems' focus on waste and recycling policies will be welcomed by businesses in the sector. The party has said already that it will add a penny to income tax to fund NHS spending , and the manifesto reveals that Farron's party would also increase corporation tax to pay for schools investments. Read More »

Trump Calls People Who Executed Manchester Attack "Evil Losers"

Trump called people responsible for the attack " evil losers " after expressing his condolences to the families of those hurt and killed in the attack. Around Bethlehem , it's a tall concrete wall covered in graffiti. A settlement leader from the occupied West Bank said that he believed this lack of clarity regarding Trump's statements in Bethlehem could mean he has abandoned a goal of establishing an independent Palestinian state. Read More »

UN Security Council condemns terrorist attack in Manchester


The blast was caused when the attacker defused the IED, killing himself in the process. Islamic State, now being driven from territories in Syria and Iraq by Western-backed armed forces, claimed responsibility for what it called a revenge attack against "Crusaders", but there appeared to be contradictions in its account of the operation. Read More »

OPEC, non-OPEC hold informal talks to nail new oil cuts


Non-OPEC countries that are part of the deal will attend the meeting, including Russia's Energy Minister Alexander Novak. With the dollar index continuing to linger at its lowest levels since November 2016, perhaps a stronger oil price could be one way to lift the buck out of the doldrums? Despite last year's production cuts, oil prices have risen by less than OPEC hoped for. Read More »

Trump wants Mideast peace 'compromise' but says won't be easy


Trump's visit to Israel and the Palestinian territories is part of his first trip overseas as president. On Monday, Trump held talks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem . "That Palestinians have to negotiate their freedom and prove ourselves worthy of freedom is repugnant", Buttu added, arguing that Trump should use its multi-billion dollar financial support to Israel as weight to pressure it from ending its occupation of Palestinian territory. Read More »

Saudi Arabia and UAE pledge $100M to women's fund Ivanka Trump supports

Saudi Arabia has at times undermined USA efforts to stabilise Afghanistan. Unlike Saudi Arabia, which occasionally holds elections for municipal councils, Iran regularly holds elections for president, parliament and other posts. Families protesting the incarceration of hundreds of hunger-striking Palestinians by Israel were kept at bay, while Trump delivered the ultimatum: " Peace can never take root where violence is tolerated ". Read More »

Manchester bombing suspect was University of Salford student


Also on Tuesday, Greater Manchester Police said they have also arrested a 23-year-old man in connection with the apparent suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert. Armed police walking patrols have been added, she said. The White House said Trump had agreed with May during their telephone conversation that the attack was "particularly wanton and depraved". Read More »

Did Melania Dodge Trump's Hand Again?


The "real tough cookies" were probably not even discussed during Trump's largely ceremonial two-day visit . President Trump asserts that Israeli and Palestinian leaders were ready to make peace during a visit to the Israel Museum accompanied by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem. Read More »

California guards, 7 inmates sent to hospital after attack


Three inmates who were shot were admitted to hospitals and two were discharged back to prison, she said. "The officers were overwhelmed as the inmates started attacking them". Two inmate-made weapons were recovered; however, it does not appear at this time they were used in the attack. Ninety-seven inmates were isolated in a disciplinary housing unit after the assault. Read More »

Taiwan court rules in favor of same sex marriage


Taiwan, which China regards as a renegade province, has a famous annual gay pride parade that showcases the vibrancy of its lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. It has been hotly debated for the past year on whether or not the country would legalize gay marriage and there was strong opposition against it. Read More »

Israeli joy at Trump visit, but substance lacking

Abbas said he welcomed Trump's "noble and possible mission". Trump offered no new proposals or a timeline for negotiations on peace in the Middle East. "We believe you have the ability and the necessary influence over the occupying power's [Israel's] government to end the suffering of our children in Israeli prisons", he said in a letter to Mr Trump. Read More »