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Attack On Coptic Christians Kills At Least 23 In Egypt

The fatalities include many children, AP reported . This latest attack undermined the Egyptian government's visible efforts to bolster security following the Palm Sunday bombings , which were swiftly claimed by the Isis. ISIS claimed responsibility for bombing a main Coptic cathedral in Cairo on December 11, as well as for an attack on a church in Alexandria on Palm Sunday. Read More »

Melania Trump rebuffs husband's hand again

Melania Trump's rep dismissed speculation that she and her husband don't sleep in the same bed (Photo: ZUMA Press / Splash News). As news crews from around the globe documented the couple's walk from Air Force One , Donald Trump reached back to offer his wife his hand. Read More »

4 bodies found inside tent at the highest camp on Everest


Four people died on Mount Everest in the past week, bringing the number of climbers killed on the mountain during the current spring climbing season to six. His name has not yet been officially released. In all, 640 people reached the summit. Officials originally said he had been found unconscious. Multiple sources at the base camp also confirmed that four persons belonging to a new trekking company have gone out of contact since Sunday after they were last seen near the Balcony area. Read More »

Trump, family make private visit to Western Wall

USA president Donald Trump flew out of Israel on Tuesday declaring that the United States believes that both Israel and the Palestinians, backed by moderate Sunni states, want to achieve peace. The president was in Rome on Tuesday for a meeting with Pope Francis. Further, the U.S. leader did not bring up the issue of sovereignty over the city of Jerusalem , which both Israel and the Palestinians claim as their capital. Read More »

Facing anxious European leaders, Trump goes on offensive

Trump said the bombing of a pop concert in the British city of Manchester on Monday, claimed by the Islamic State group, showed that " terrorism must be stopped in its tracks". Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May said meanwhile she would raise directly with Trump the issue of leaks from a probe into the Manchester terror attack that have left British authorities infuriated with their United States counterparts. Read More »

Was Montana's wild House race a Trump test? Not so much


In the recording, Gianforte can be heard screaming: 'Get the hell outta here!' after knocking the journalist to the ground. Gianforte hadn't been an ardent Trump supporter when he ran for governor a year ago and lost, but fully embraced the president during the congressional campaign. Read More »

Donald Trump: Did the President just shove aside a prime minister?

RYAN CHILCOTE: German Chancellor Angela Merkel , speaking before the president, struck a different note in unveiling a memorial to the Berlin Wall. Our role as an independent, fact-based news organization has never been clearer. The defense alliance is expected to give the USA president at least one big thing he wants, a commitment to the coalition to fight Islamic State. The leaders also endorsed the appointment of an anti-terror co-ordinator to oversee their efforts, and made a decision ... Read More »

Donald Trump assures Britain of unbreakable commitment after bombing


JOHN YANG: Abbas outlined what's called the two-state solution, a Palestinian homeland on the territory that Israel seized 50 years ago in the Six-Day War. He had met Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem on Monday. During his presidential campaign, Trump advocated breaking with decades of precedent and moving the U.S. Read More »

Trump Went Off-Script In His Speech About Terrorism


Trump arrived in Bethlehem on Tuesday after weekend meetings with Saudi Arabian leaders in Riyadh, and a meeting in Jerusalem on Monday with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu . Trump has cast Middle East peace as the "ultimate deal" and has tasked his son-in-law Jared Kushner and former real estate lawyer Jason Greenblatt with charting a way forward. Read More »

Ariana Grande cancels tour dates after Manchester attack

The UK terror threat level has been raised to critical for the first time in over a decade in the wake of the bombing - meaning more attacks may be imminent - as investigators seek to track down any associates of the suspect, named as 22-year-old Salman Abedi . Read More »

Ducks top goal-scorer Rickard Rakell misses Gm 5 with injury

Jonathan Bernier took over for Gibson and stopped 16 shots in his first appearance in almost two weeks for the Ducks , calling it a "weird situation". "I just tried to bring my game out there", said Aberg. Pressed to explain his thought, he said, "I just think there's times where we fight through a lot". Read More »

Jared Kushner a 'focus' in Russia probe


The US House of Representatives Intelligence Committee will subpoena former national security adviser Michael Flynn in its probe into alleged Russian meddling in the presidential election after he declined to appear before the panel, its top Democrat has said . Read More »

TPP countries keep trade deal alive without Trump's US


New Zealand's Trade Minister Todd McClay is mobbed by reporters at the end of the meeting of TPP11, gathering all Tran-Pacific Pact (TPP) member countries except for the U.S., held on the side-lines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meeting in Hanoi, Vietnam , 21 May 2017. Read More »

Rahul Gandhi to visit Saharanpur tomorrow


On May 23, another person was shot dead and two others were wounded, following which the government suspended the SSP and district magistrate and transferred the divisional commissioner and the deputy inspector general of police. Some reports have said a group of Dalits - India's lowest caste, formerly known as untouchables - were unhappy about loud music being played during a procession by higher-caste Thakurs. Read More »

Unaffordable health care for many

Whether you are one of the 150 million Americans with employer-sponsored health insurance or get your plan from an exchange, your health care coverage will be undermined and your premiums will rise if the Affordable Care Act is replaced with an inferior option. Read More »

Jerusalem still suffers from divisions, 50 years after war

Trump was "very forceful" in his discussions with the two leaders, and "everyone has to compromise", Tillerson said. Since it is located in East Jerusalem , which is occupied by Israel but regarded as Palestinians as the future capital of their state, successive USA presidents avoided visiting the wall. Read More »

Tillerson embraces Middle East linkage theory

Commercial Israeli flights aren't even allowed to fly over Saudi Arabian airspace. Trump also never mentioned the settlements. Without naming anyone in particular, Rubin tells OneNewsNow that Trump is getting "bad advice" from his advisers about moving the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem - a campaign promise that has yet to be realized. Read More »

Trump calls on Israelis, Palestinians to compromise

He had met Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem on Monday. Trump, who spoke after arriving in Israel , has also vowed to do whatever is necessary to broker peace between Israel and the Palestinians. Netanyahu was addressing the Knesset for a special session marking Jerusalem Day, the anniversary of Israel's capture of the city's eastern half, which includes Jewish, Muslim and Christian holy sites, from Jordan in the 1967 Mideast War. Read More »

Mosul residents deny findings of US probe into Iraq strike

A few weeks after the strike, the commander of the USA -led coalition in Iraq and Syria said that the US probably had a hand in the civilian casualties, but added that ISIS may have gathered civilians there and planted explosives to cause the building to collapse. Read More »

Melania Trump Is A Practicing Catholic, White House Confirms


Just a few days into Trump's first nine-day tour overseas as president, there have been plenty of awkward situations already, including an awkward hand-swatting situation (and then a second one ), the president's cringe-worthy outburst in Israel and an awkward family photo that's been memed, re-memed and memed again. Read More »

Kushner under FBI scrutiny in Russia probe

The ranking Democrat on the House intelligence committee says the panel will be issuing subpoenas to get former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn to cooperate with its investigation into Russian activities during the 2016 election . Read More »

Thousands of AT&T workers expected to join weekend strike


Johnson believed the strike would not involve those employed at the AT&T call center at The Highlands, and that only AT&T Mobility workers - the cellphone sales clerks at AT&T stores - would be affected. We have been trying for months to get a fair contract with AT&T . CWA leaders said that while AT&T brings in almost $1 billion in monthly profits, the company continues to outsource and offshore jobs. Read More »

North Korea, if left unchecked, on 'inevitable' path to nuclear ICBM


On North Korea , the USA has seen a " shift in emphasis " in China's approach to its fellow communist neighbor, Thornton said. The Reuters graphics team takes a closer look at one of the world's largest artillery arsenals, analysing its capabilities and the South's response to this potential threat. Read More »

Leaks from bombing probe antagonize British officials


On Tuesday, U.S. television networks NBC and CBS published the name of suspected bomber 22-year-old Salman Abedi , citing U.S. officials. Prime Minister Theresa May said Thursday morning that when she meets later in the day with President Trump in Brussels , she would make it clear "that intelligence shared must remain secure". Read More »

Sean Hannity loses 7 advertisers after pushing Seth Rich murder conspiracy

Hannity told HuffPost that Fox News never pressured him to stop discussing the story . The top paid host on the news network has invoked the ire of a number of advertisers for claiming that DNC staff Seth Rich was murdered in his Washington home for supplying WikiLeaks with emails, clashing with a claim from the police that it was a botched robbery. Read More »

Moody's lowers China credit rating as growth slows

The news of the downgrade in China's long term local currency rating - one notch to an A1 rating from AA3 saw Chinese stockmarkets sell off by 1% for a while before they recovered, while the Australian dollar dropped by around 0.3% before steadying to trade around 74.50 United States cents. Read More »

Greece denied fresh bailout funds amid eurozone-IMF spat

Mannequins stands inside a shuttered shopwith signs that read "for rent" as a man walks in central Athens, on Monday, May 22, 2017. And the situation is now reaching boiling point, as Greece has to make debt payments of around £6billion in July. Read More »

Manchester attack probe widens with arrests in Libya


Four men in total have been arrested in connection with the attack. British investigators hunted Wednesday for possible connections between the 22-year-old suicide bomber in this week's Manchester Arena attack and the clandestine Islamic State-affiliated cell that carried out similarly sinister assaults on Paris and Brussels in 2015. Read More »

Israel Celebrates 50 Years Since Conquering Jerusalem

On Tuesday, US president Donald Trump and president of the Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas asserted their commitment to achieving peace between Palestinians and Israelis, during a press conference in Bethlehem , according to global media. Read More »