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MS shooting rampage leaves eight dead


The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation identified those killed as: Barbara Mitchell, 55; Brenda May, 53; Tocarra May, 35; a child who was not identified; a 17-year-old boy who was not identified; Ferral Burage, 45; and Shelia Burage, 46. " Suicide by cop was my intention ". Police say they won't comment on Godbolt's mental state, but in a video shot by Therese Apel of The Clarion-Ledger, a Jackson-based newspaper, he seems composed for a man accused of committing eight murders in the seven ... Read More »

Trump lashes out at 'fake news' following Kushner reports


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. "The bottom line is they need fresh legs; they need more legs", said Mr Barry Bennett, who served as a political adviser to Mr Trump during the general election campaign past year. Read More »

The holy month of Ramadan


If Tillerson avoids hosting one this year, that could send a message 'that it is not as important to this administration to engage with Muslims, ' said former U.S. This might make things a little easier for people fasting . He added that this encouraged Muslims to display the real Islam in their deeds and actions, which largely reflected accommodation, tolerance, sacrifice, kindness and compassion to all irrespective of religious affiliation. Read More »

Trump arms the Kurds against Islamic State: Next, mollify the angry Turks


Turkey, which has NATO's second-biggest military, is concerned that growing Kurdish power in the region could inspire separatists at home, and that weapons provided by the USA could eventually be used against the Turkish military. The Turkish government opposes the USA plan to provide equipment including mortars and armored cars to the Kurdish militia group YPG in Syria, which it regards as a terrorist group linked to the separatist Kurdish PKK in southeast Turkey. Read More »

Trump tells 'confidants' USA will quit Paris climate deal

Without mentioning Trump by name, she referenced the conversations that the seven leaders present had surrounding the 2015 Paris climate deal , which Trump has not agreed to uphold, as "six against one" and "very hard, not to say very unsatisfactory". Read More »

5 killed in Jakarta bombing


Syafruddin said the officers had been guarding a parade by a group of local people. Three Jakarta police officers have been confirmed killed in the blasts. Indonesian police said the weapons appeared to be pressure-cooker bombs carried in backpacks. The main investigation was handed over early Thursday to the police's elite anti-terror squad Densus 88, which has played a leading role in tracking down and killing some of Indonesia's most wanted militants. Read More »

Five odd moments from Trump's Israel trip


HE condemned terror and expressed confidence that peace could be achieved between Israel, the Palestinians and the wider Arab world. A local writer who follows Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wrote after the first day of the visit: "Israel needs a full-bodied hug to feel secure". Read More »

VIRAL: Sea lion drags girl into water in Canada

But the sea lion swims closer to the dock and rises in the water, towards a little girl kneeling on the dock edge. Without hesitation, a man jumps in and quickly saves her. "Now we finally have something out there that's going to grab people's attention and show them exactly why they shouldn't be behaving like this". Baziuk said the sea lion weighed close to 1,200 pounds. Read More »

Day war begets 50 years of conflict for Israel


Trump has tried to ban the entry of refugees and immigrants from several Muslim-majority countries, as he links them with an increased terrorist threat. "Here we have the situation that six members, or even seven if you want to add the European Union, stand against one". Trump's election was greeted with joy in the Israeli government, particularly on its right flank, where some argued that this was an opportunity for Israel to annex large parts of the West Bank and begin a massive program ... Read More »

Will find permanent solution to Kashmir issue: Rajnath


Rajnath said that Kashmir had indeed been a challenge for the government but refused to accept opposition's claims that the PDP-BJP ruling combine in the state was responsible for it. He said the government can not provide a time frame for resolution of the issue, it is however working towards a permanent solution. "I don't want to comment on banning Hurriyat". Read More »

Read Ariana Grande's Hopeful Message to the Victims of the Manchester Attack

Britain's senior counter-terror officer Mark Rowley said "immense progress" had been made in the investigation, but further arrests were likely. Trump had called the leaks "deeply troubling". this will not change that ", she asserted. Earlier, interior minister Amber Rudd said the bomber had recently returned from Libya. As investigators pushed ahead with the probe into the attack, British authorities were left "furious" by repeated leaks of material shared with their U.S. Read More »

British Airways disruption continues for third day after IT system crash


IT services are now provided globally by a range of suppliers and this is very common practice across all industries", Alex Cruz , Chief Executive of the airlines was quoted by The Registrar. Customers displaced by flight cancellations can claim up to 200 pounds a day for a room, 50 pounds for transport between the hotel and airport, and 25 pounds a day per adult for meals and refreshments, the BBC reported. Read More »

Macron says long handshake with Trump was "not innocent"


To the contrary, Macron told the French press that it was a necessary show of strength, a symbol that France "won't make small concessions, even symbolic ones, while not overhyping things either", according to Politico . Macron said he was not bothered that Trump and the Turkish and Russian leaders Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Vladimir Putin "think in terms of power ratios". Read More »

Iran's president mocks Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia as 'just a show'

French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said France is convinced that Iran under Rouhani will have "an important role in the pacification" of the region. "Those who are supporting terrorism cannot claim to be fighting it", President Rouhani added. However, while Rouhani's greatest political achievement to date has perhaps been the 2015 agreement with six major powers, including the United States, to curbing Iran's nuclear program, the Iranian president insisted that ballistic missile ... Read More »

Manchester attack transforms Britain's election campaign

It comes after a disastrous week in the polls for Theresa May , who has seen her lead diminish since the Conservative Party launched its manifesto . ComRes interviewed 2,024 adults from May 24 to 26. A YouGov survey of 2,003 people between May 25 and 26 showed Ms May's lead had narrowed to 7 percentage points from 9 a week ago. Read More »

Trump quickly finds voice on Twitter after returning from foreign trip

Speaking on Sunday's news shows, Kelly said he didn't know whether the reports by The Associated Press and other news outlets involving Kushner , who is President Donald Trump's son-in-law, were true. Jared Kushner is understood to be under scrutiny by the FBI as part of its wider investigation into Russian links. But Trump immediately railed against administration leaks in a flurry of tweets Sunday, calling them " fabricated lies ". Read More »

Homeland Security still considering laptop ban

Terrorists, he said, are "obsessed" with "the idea of knocking down an airplane in flight, particularly if it's a United States carrier, particularly if it's full of mostly U.S. Delta Air Lines said in a statement it "continues to be in close contact with the US Department of Homeland Security ", while Munoz applauded the administration for giving the company a "heads up". Read More »

United Kingdom police arrest 3 in connection with Manchester bomb


Investigators say they have dismantled a large part of his network, but expect to make more arrests. Hundreds of people filled central Manchester's St Ann's Square, where flowers and other tributes were laid to remember the victims, with messages including "We stand together" and "We love you". Read More »

16th person arrested in Manchester bombing

After the horrific attack that claimed the lives of 22 people in Manchester, Ariana Grande has pledged to return for a benefit concert to raise funds for the victims and their families. Abedi, whose parents come from Libya, is thought to have received terrorist training in the country before returning to the United Kingdom just days before detonating the bomb that killed 22 people. Read More »

Tel Aviv Rally, Ostensibly for Two-State Solution, Showcases Palestinian Authority President


Fareed Zakaria, a political analyst, has said that it is wildly inaccurate to describe Iran as the source of jihadist terror. Majdi Al-Khalidi, Palestinian Authority (PA) head Mahmoud Abbas' top diplomatic adviser, on Thursday slammed the idea of US-led regional peace process that would see Arab states thawing their relations with Israel as a first step toward restarting diplomatic talks between Israel and the Palestinians. Read More »

Tearfund 'disappointed' as Trump stalls on climate change deal

But Macron said he told the US President that it was "indispensable for the reputation of the United States and the interest of the Americans themselves that the United States remain committed" to the Paris agreement . President Trump has come under some pressure from the other world leaders to honor the 2015 Paris Agreement on curbing Carbon (C) emissions, he has called global warming a hoax. Read More »

Roger Ailes Dead at 77 After Suffering Fall


Ailes' influential career at Fox News came to a crashing end after he was targeted in a sexual harassment suit by Carlson, a popular host and former Miss America, who claimed she was sacked for refusing his advances. According to Guardian, Alies received a Dollars 40 million payout for his departure from Fox News and was to remain as a consultant to the network till 2018. Read More »

Arsenal 2-1 Chelsea: Ramsey header hands Gunners FA Cup glory


One way or another, Wenger suggested Arsenal's 2-1 win over Chelsea proved that the Gunners don't need to make a massive overhaul during the coming summer transfer window. They've united and responded. 'Honestly, I did not see the situation, ' the Italian said via FourFourTwo . "They are in a good way, they showed strength and unity and we played spectacular football". Read More »

CLAT result 2017 declared, rank published at www


Candidates, those who have attempted the exam are advised to go to the official website of the CLAT, or click on that will be provided below. The candidates appearing for this exams would be applying for undergraduate and postgraduate law courses in 18 National Law Universities on the merit basis. Read More »

Armed police carry out fresh raid in Manchester amid report of explosion


On Sunday, a 25-year-old man was arrested in Manchester on suspicion of terror offenses in the Old Trafford area. "What we do know, in engaging with the intelligence services and with the police and with the Border Force, we make sure that they have the tools to track them and to keep them out where we can", Rudd said of those who may have be aiming to return to Britain. Read More »

In NATO Speech, Trump Scolds Leaders But Doesn't Recommit To Defense Pledge


So Trump solved the problem by reaching out and putting his hand on Markovic's upper arm, and shoving him aside forcefully. From 2ndL, Belgium's King Philippe, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg , U.S. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said Brexit was only mentioned in passing at the meeting, describing Brexit as "a real tragedy". Read More »

Central Europeans confident Trump committed to NATO

He said United States would never stop fighting terrorism to achieve lasting security, prosperity and peace. President Trump speaking next to NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg during the opening of the new NATO headquarters. Read More »

Raids, arrests as UK seeks 'network' of alleged Manchester attackers

Salman's 20-year-old brother Hashem was arrested in Libya late Tuesday night, according to officials there, who said the young man told authorities that he had been involved in planning the attack on the concert hall in Manchester. Some LIFG members and supporters fled Libya in the 1990s to Britain and like Abedi settled in Manchester, home to a large Libyan community. A French official has said Abedi may have gone on to Syria at some point, too. Read More »

Iranophobia A Failed Policy, Spokesman Says after Trump's Allegations


Iran announced some terms of the new investor contract at a November 2015 conference in Tehran , and it targeted signing the first deals in March or April of 2016. Since then the Trump administration, despite grudgingly admitting that Iran was complying with its obligations under the agreement, has made repeated threats against Tehran . Read More »

Scandinavian leaders condemn Egypt Copts attack


The ISIS statement, via its Aamaq news agency, came as Egyptian authorities announced its airstrikes against terrorist training camps in Libya were continuing "day and night". President Donald Trump said Friday that the "merciless slaughter of Christians in Egypt tears at our hearts and grieves our souls". "But this attack also steels our resolve to bring nations together for the righteous objective of crushing the evil organizations of terror, and exposing their depraved, twisted, and ... Read More »

The G7 summit ends without USA commitment on Paris agreement

Mattis, who was present at some of the Brussels talks, said that Trump is still making up his mind, and that he has been inquisitive about other leaders' opinions. "Understanding this process, the Heads of State and of Government of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and the United Kingdom and the Presidents of the European Council and of the European Commission reaffirm their strong commitment to swiftly implement the Paris Agreement , as previously stated at the Ise-Shima Summit", the ... Read More »