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Manchester Police Make Another Arrest in Bomb Attack Probe


In a joint statement , Ian Hopkins, Greater Manchester police chief constable, and Deputy Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu, the senior national coordinator for United Kingdom counter- terrorism policing, said: "We now need people to tell us if they have any information about his movements from 18 May when he returned to the United Kingdom through to Monday night". Read More »

Trump Pushes Montenegro's Prime Minister at NATO Summit

The Wall Street Journal editorial board pushed back on Thursday, lambasting the press for crying wolf every time Trump opens his mouth. The same official added that there was an agreement between the three leaders ( Trump , European Council President Donald Tusk and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker) to step up the fight against the self-proclaimed Islamic State. Read More »

Brook facing more surgery after suffering broken eye socket in title loss


Spence Jr - who is unbeaten in 22 bouts with 19 inside the distance - praised Brook and looked ahead to fulfilling his own ambition. The man known simply as "The Truth" did just that on Saturday night. "I went up to middleweight in my last fight, I put a lot of muscle on and it was so hard to get to welterweight". "I showed what true champions do", said the 27-year-old Texan. Read More »

Chelsea Manning Freed From Prison After Sentence Ends 28 Years Early

Supporters say a video of a Baghdad airstrike she made public exposed war crimes the United States committed during the Iraq war, but opponents point to a subsequent dump of 251,287 State Department cables as evidence she was indiscriminately leaking information and jeopardized the lives and work of us intelligence analysts. Read More »

Heavy gunfire heard in Ivory Coast's commercial capital -witnesss


It is understood that loyalist troops began advancing towards Bouake , the epicentre of the revolt, on Sunday in an operation aimed at ending a four-day nationwide army mutiny, the News Agency of Nigeria writes. They were given a partial payment of five million francs with the remainder to be paid starting this month, according to sources among the protesting soldiers. Read More »

'Top Gun 2' is a go, as Tom Cruise confirms sequel


You're the first people I've said it to, you asked me and so I'm telling you". Back in 2015, Skydance CEO David Ellison talked to Collider about Justin Marks writing a screenplay for the " Top Gun " sequel with "an awesome role for Maverick". Read More »

Planted Explosives Caused Civilian Deaths in Mosul Strike

An Iraqi man inspects the damage in Mosul's al-Jadida district on March 26, 2017, following a March 17 USA airstrike. He said 101 civilians in the building were killed, and another four died in a nearby building. Civil protection rescue teams reported recovering more than 200 bodies from the area in the days following the March 17 strike. And yet there's been no recognition of any wrongdoing in this Mosul airstrike by the USA, and no condolence payments have been made to the ... Read More »

Graham: Withdrawing from Paris deal would be bad for GOP

But Gary Cohn, Trump's economic adviser, on Friday said the president had told his G7 colleagues that he regarded the environment as important. The president was warmly received on his opening stops in Saudi Arabia and Israel, though he has come under more pressure in Europe, particularly over the Paris accord.Trump is wrapping up his first trip overseas as president and returning to the US on Saturday.He could also be drawn into commenting on those unflattering moments and images from ... Read More »

FBI declines to provide requested materials to House Oversight


On Thursday, the Federal Bureau of Investigation sent a letter saying it is still evaluating the request in light of former Federal Bureau of Investigation director Robert Mueller's appointment as special counsel in the case. As FiveThirtyEight noted, Comey's actions synchronized well with relentless Republican criticism of Clinton's handling of the server issue and had a major impact on her poll numbers - possibly contributing to her loss to President Donald Trump. Read More »

Rand Paul Explains Move to Force Vote Opposing Saudi Weapons Deal

Saudi Arabia was the first stop on Trump's first worldwide trip this week, and he marked the visit by announcing the arms deal in Riyadh on 20 May. One of the leaked emails from Hillary Clinton was her saying that 'my goodness, Saudi Arabia and Qatar are funding ISIS in Syria-we need to do something to get them to quit funding these radical groups. Read More »

House intel Democrat wants review of Kushner's clearance


Two Republican US senators played down the Kushner reports , while the former director of national intelligence, James Clapper , took a darker view of such contacts with representatives of Russian President Vladimir Putin . A person familiar with the discussions tells The Associated Press that Kushner spoke with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak about creating that line of communication. Read More »

Trump is 'wide open' on Paris climate deal: Mattis

Mr Trump's attitude to climate change made the G7 talks "very difficult" said German Chancellor Angela Merkel (left). The President has previously threatened to pull out of the agreement. "It would be taken as a statement that climate change is not a problem; is not real", he continued. The Axios news site suggests Mr Trump is leaning that way now, citing three sources who say his mind is made up, and that the wheels are quietly being put in motion behind the scenes. Read More »

Two Americans Murdered Whilst Protecting Muslim Passengers on Train

The women, who had left the train before officers arrived, were later in contact with authorities, according to police, who have not released their identities. "If there's a march or protest happening, he's the one calling me to see where I'm at", Mandela Cordeta told Buzzfeed . I wish we would hear you say these names, or even just tweet them. Read More »

NKorea fires apparent Scud-type missile into eastern waters

A statement from South Korea's joint chiefs of staff said that military analysts were still assessing the missile. The US Pacific Command said the short-range missile, launched from near Wonsan Airfield, was tracked for six minutes until it landed in the Sea of Japan. Read More »

Rahul Gandhi denied permission to visit Saharanpur


The state government yesterday suspended the district magistrate and senior superintendent of police because of the continuing violence since April. She stopped at various places en route, invited the media (also a departure from her traditional style of keeping the press at bay) and mingled with the victims and their families. Read More »

Published new photos of the Manchester terrorist

Seven children were among those who died when the Manchester-born 22-year-old detonated the bomb on Monday night, at the end of a concert by United States singer Ariana Grande . Political campaigning for the June 8 national election which was suspended after the Manchester attack resumed on Friday with the bombing becoming a central feature. Read More »

DHS chief says reported Russian back-channel not a 'big deal'

NBC News reported on Thursday that Kushner was under scrutiny by the FBI, in the first sign that the investigation, which began last July, has reached the president's inner circle. "If these allegations are true and he had discussions with the Russians about establishing a back channel and didn't reveal that, that's a real problem in terms of whether he should maintain that kind of a security clearance", Rep. Read More »

Fresh from his travels, Trump rails on Twitter about 'fake

The latest allegation made against the Trump administration stems from a report by the Washington Post claiming Jared Kushner , Trump's son-in-law and a top adviser, secretly attempted to set up a private communications channel with Russian leaders in December. Read More »

Trump's Middle East approach partly right


Although Trump does want a deal, he assigned his son-in-law Jared Kushner and former Trump Organisation attorney Jason Greenblatt, two novice individuals who know even less about the complexity of the conflict than he does, to find a solution that has eluded several presidents before him. Read More »

NKorea fires short-range ballistic missile off western Japan

The North's latest action was immediately reported to President Moon Jae-in, who ordered related government officials to convene a National Security Council meeting at 7:30 a.m., the JCS added. "We continue to monitor North Korea's actions closely", the USA military said in the statement. "U.S". "US Pacific Command stands behind our ironclad commitment to the security of our allies in the Republic of Korea and Japan". Read More »

Hell Yes I Mangled Donald Trump's Hand On Purpose, Macron Says


Whether shoving aside Montenegro's PM or having handshake wars with France's new leader, Trump created chaos at what was meant to be a diplomatic showpiece. Emmanuel Macron has declared last week's "death grip" handshake with Donald Trump intentional. " That's how you ensure you are respected ", he said. Read More »

Noida girl tops CBSE 12th exam

Raksha Gopal, of Amity International school, Noida topped in the country by scoring 99.6 per cent while Bhumi Sawant from Chandigarh secured the second position with 99.4 per cent followed by Aditya Jain from the same state with 99.2 per cent. Read More »

North Korea tests weapon that will 'spoil enemy's dream'


The reclusive nation's latest test was organized by the Academy of National Defence Science, a blacklisted agency believed to be developing missiles and nuclear weapons, KCNA reported without revealing the date and location. A new liberal president in Seoul, Moon Jae-in, has signaled he will be flexible in expanding civilian exchange with North Korea. Those launches raised concerns that the North Korean government of Kim Jong Un had developed the ability to pose a greater threat to its ... Read More »

Prof. Larry Jacobs: 'Clearly, The White House Is In Crisis'

Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) said on ABC's "This Week", but not in the context of serious concerns about Russia's meddling in the USA presidential campaign. After maintaining a limited social media presence throughout his trip, Trump on Sunday unleashed a furious flurry of tweets, lashing out at what he called the "fake news" media. Read More »

Trump administration asks for time to weigh Obamacare subsidies


For the moment, the delay provides some relief for insurers concerned about the CSR payments, but the lawsuit continues to sow uncertainty in the market that some experts say could cause costs to rise even more rapidly. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said the decision to continue the funding showed the administration knew that continuing the payments was the right thing to do. Read More »

Steven Gerrard: Klopp will attract top players to Liverpool

Former Liverpool captain Gerrard, who was recently appointed as the club's new U18 manager, claims the Reds are now the ideal position to sign marquee players thanks to the magnetism of Klopp. Last weekend, Klopp secured Liverpool's qualification for the Champions League for the first time since Gerrard joined the LA Galaxy in 2015, and the Anfield legend said the club must take advantage. Read More »

S.Korea military: North Korea fires unidentified projectile

Dan Coates, the director of national intelligence, said at the same hearing, " North Korea is an increasingly grave national security threat to the United States because of its growing missile and nuclear capabilities, combined with the aggressive approach of its leader Kim Jong Un". Read More »