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Britain tells Merkel it will be 'strong partner'


During a reelection campaign stop in Munich, Germany , The New York Times reported Merkel "has apparently concluded that the United States of President Trump is not the reliable partner her country and continent have automatically depended on in the past". Read More »

Things to Know About the Chelsea Manning Release

She was convicted on 20 charges, including violations of the federal Espionage Act, in 2013; she is appealing her conviction. Cars exit and enter US Army facility Fort Leavenworth in Leavenworth, Kansas, on May 17, 2017 . Among the material from her was a 2007 gunsight video of a US Apache helicopter firing at suspected insurgents in Iraq, killing a dozen people, including two Reuters news workers. Read More »

Theresa May will confront Donald Trump over US Manchester leaks

A further 64 were injured. There has got to be a complete review. He did not say where his son was at the time . "It's dramatic, it's a game-changer". "They blocked the whole street", he said, adding that he saw the man handcuffed and taken away in a vehicle. A British official confirms that May discussed the matter with Mr. Read More »

Tiger Woods arrested on DUI charge in Florida


He was booked at 7:18 a.m. and released on his own recognizance with no bond at 10:50 a.m., according to the arrest record. The 14-time major champion and victor of 79 PGA Tour titles has not played since he withdrew from the Dubai Desert Classic on February 3 after an opening-round 77. Read More »

John McCain: Throw Turkish Ambassador 'The Hell Out Of The USA'


Erdogan was in Washington to meet with Donald Trump when members of the Kurdish community chose to protest outside the ambassador's residence. U.S. Turkey says that the YPG are terrorists affiliated with the PKK , while the U.S. military considers the YPG to be the most effective fighting force in Syria against ISIS. Read More »

James Mattis: Trump 'Wide Open' on Paris Climate Accord

Senate, told Breitbart News exclusively in an interview in his office this week that at least six million are at risk if President Trump does not pull out of the leftist Paris climate deal. "He was curious about why others were in the position they were in - his counterparts in other nations". French President Emmanuel Macron praised Mr Trump's "capacity to listen" and his "intention to progress with us". Read More »

Big Sur Landslide Being Called The Biggest In State History

Geologists and engineers plan on visiting the site later this week to devise a clean-up strategy. The slide now cuts off the southern route into Big Sur which had been being used intermittently this spring - on a single-lane basis due to previous rockslides and other damage - by tourists coming from Cambria and Southern California. Read More »

U.S. agrees not to bring in Europe-wide laptop ban - for now


Fears that a bomb could be concealed in electronic devices prompted the United States to announce in March that it would restrict passengers from bringing devices larger than cellphones onto flights originating from 10 airports , including those in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia , Qatar and Turkey. Read More »

Trump tells 'confidants' United States will quit Paris climate deal

Trump told Macron he is under "heavy" pressure back in the US on the climate accord brokered by the Obama administration in 2015. It says the U.S. is "in the process of reviewing its policies on climate change and on the Paris Agreement and, thus, is not in a position to join the consensus on these topics". Read More »

Pound recovers as May backtracks on 'dementia tax — FX Focus


Backbencher Wes Streeting derided the prime minister as " weak and wobbly " as she announced a surprise cap on social care costs after days of criticism. He added: " We need to get off care and pensioner benefits and start talking about the calamity of Corbyn again ". "And you will never have to go below £100,000 of your savings, so you will always have something to pass on to your family". Read More »

After Trump, Brexit, can't rely on US, Britain: Merkel

At a campaign rally in Munich Sunday, Merkel said Germany can no longer rely completely on the United States and the UK, saying Germany and Europe must be the captains of their own fates. Merkel, who is seeking a fourth term in elections in September, made her comments at Munich in a packed Bavarian beer tent during a campaign event. Read More »

Ariana Grande to hold Manchester benefit concert next week


Hopkins said the leaks "caused much distress for families that are already suffering terribly with their loss". Britain and the USA have traditionally shared intelligence at the highest levels and - together with Canada, Australia and New Zealand - are members of the " Five Eyes " intelligence-sharing alliance. Read More »

Korea 'disrespects' China with latest missile test

The missile launches, and Pyongyang's threat to stage its sixth nuclear test, have prompted calls for tougher United Nations sanctions and a warning from US President Donald Trump that military intervention was an option under consideration. Read More »

Trump to keep Israeli embassy in Tel Aviv

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. Trump is scheduled to visit Israel on May 22-23. Palestinians, according to the most recent poll from the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research, are even more suspicious of Trump. Read More »

Trump tweets thanks to US service members

Army bugler played taps just a few feet away. Trump tweeted this morning he is looking forward to paying his respects to America's courageous men and women. "To the families of the fallen both here, and at home, no words will ease your pain, but I bet you, let it have meaning -unite your sorrow with their awesome goal", Mattis said. Read More »

G.O.P. Candidate Cruises to Victory After Allegedly Assaulting Reporter


More than half of the ballots expected to be cast in the race had already been returned before the alleged assault occurred. The special election for Montana's at-large Congressional District was a unusual and unpredictable affair from the beginning, with Democrat Rob Quist , a celebrity folk singer, facing off against Republican Greg Gianforte , a tech millionaire with ties to white nationalists , hate groups , and Russian oil companies . Read More »

Alex Iwobi Arsenal star is an FA Cup victor


The element of weariness in the Chelsea display did not bode well for next term, when they will once again have the additional commitment of Champions League football. "The first goal , the player had his hands attached to the ball with two hands", complained Chelsea manager Conte. "To be able to do that was a very proud moment for myself and to lead the team out for the first time officially as captain is a great moment too". Read More »

South Africa's Zuma survives no confidence vote in ANC - News24 website


Last week , Zuma's office denied reports that he was against the implementation of the Public Protector's remedial actions, including the establishment of a commission of inquiry. "My working assumption is that there are some on the NEC that want to discuss this, but more that are happy for Zuma to stay", Kieran Curtis, a London-based director of investment at Standard Life Investments, which manages about $340 billion in assets. Read More »

Manchester police seek clues in concert bomber's suitcase

Greater Manchester Police said the man was arrested in Shoreham-by-Sea on suspicion of terrorism offences, and an address there was being searched. She said the government had "never understated" the threat of a terror attack in the United Kingdom, adding: "We have to level with people". Read More »

Trump ignores question about Kushner back channel reports

He added: "Whenever you see the words "sources say" in the fake news media, and they don't mention is very possible that those sources don't exist". "I suggest that we add more dollars to Healthcare and make it the best anywhere". Raddatz said Kislyak must know "he's being monitored all the time " and asked Schiff if it was possible the Russians wanted USA intelligence to hear what the Russian ambassador said about Kushner. Read More »

Survivors tell of horror during Egypt bus attack


Forces loyal to Libya's unity government said Saturday that 52 of its fighters were killed as they repelled rival militias in fierce clashes in the capital Tripoli. Norwegian Foreign Minister Borge Brende tweeted that he was "appalled by yet another deadly attack on #CopticChristians in #Egypt ". Isis has targeted numerous religious minorities including Coptic Christians - who have been beheaded in Libya - and Sufi and Shia Muslims, who have been massacred across the Middle East. Read More »

Mother to victims: 'You will always be our hero'


Two people were killed as a result of the stabbing. Mayor Ted Wheeler called all of the victims "heroes". A suspect was in custody and was at a hospital being treated for injuries, according to Simpson. "Because we live in a Fascist Police State run By "Liberal" "Multicultural" NAZIS! ". "They were attacked viciously". Police identified the two slain victims as Mr Ricky John Best , 53, and Mr Taliesin Myrddin Namkai Meche , 23. Read More »

The Elders Welcome Iran Election Result As Spur For Peace And Tolerance


He also demanded that Iran cease its support of "terrorists and militias". "Regional countries, instead of spending billions of dollars from their people's assets on an illusory American support, had better think about the real stability, welfare, tranquility, and peace of their people and spend these exorbitant sums on development and constructive regional cooperation", he said . Read More »

NCAA baseball regional sites spread among 7 conferences


The Beavs are headed into the postseason as the number one team in the nation, as they have been for the majority of the season. The 2017 season marks the 15th time in school history that the Clemson baseball program has been selected as a regional host. Read More »

Airstrikes kill 17 in Syria near de-facto IS capital, Raqqa


High Commissioner Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein called on the air forces operating in the country to do more to minimize civilian casualties. Airwars journalist Samuel Oakford reported Friday that US allies in the coalition fight against ISIS have been found responsible for some 80 civilian deaths . Read More »

Manchester bomber connected to group of young Libyan men


Greater Manchester Police tweeted that the man was taken into custody in the suburb of Moss Side. The final movements of suicide bomber Salman Abedi , who killed 22 people when he detonated a bomb at Manchester Arena on Monday night, have been pieced together as sources came forward to offer details from the past weeks. Read More »

Iraq paramilitaries reach Iraq's border with Syria

According to Shiite lawmaker Karim al-Nouri, the mainly Shiite Popular Mobilization Forces seeks to drive IS militants out of the center of strategic Baaj, west of Mosul near the border with Syria . Iraq's Popular Mobilization Units (PMU), also known as Hashd al-Sha'abi in Arabic, are pressing forward to liberate a key town, west of the embattled city of Mosul , from the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group, after arriving at the Syrian border and establishing their control on a series of towns ... Read More »

Conte: Moses didn't dive in FA Cup final, he was just exhausted

Indeed, an injury to Gabriel, red card for Laurent Koscielny and illness for Shkodran Mustafi created his opportunity, which he took at Wembley. But Aaron Ramsey deservedly restored Arsenal's lead to see Arsenal win the final 2-1. "I think the first goal was very odd". "At the end of the day everyone trusted me and supported me throughout the season and the manager gave me the opportunity". Read More »

Merkel warns against 'simple answers' after Trump meetings


Chancellor Angela Merkel believes firmly in strong German - U.S. relations and is simply being honest with the United States when she flags up policy differences with Washington, her spokesman said on Monday. Seibert stressed that this remained the case. Merkel said that as the traditional western alliance is threatened by the new US presidency and Brexit. Read More »

Democrats Call for Jared Kushner to Lose Security Clearance Amid FBI Probe

And they've become more rattled by the idea that they don't know where the scandals are headed and who may be ensnared next. But one of Trump's short-list candidates, former Connecticut Sen. "I have total confidence in him". Despite Trump's broadside about fake news, administration officials Sunday did not deny the report . "I don't see a big deal", Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said on " Fox News Sunday ". Read More »