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Trump repeats criticism of Germany, Merkel stands by position

This will change", Trump wrote on Twitter Tuesday. PM Modi and Chancellor Merkel will also conduct a meeting with senior business leaders before inaugurating the Indo-German Business Forum. According to the statement, Modi and Merkel also reaffirmed the urgent need for comprehensive reform of the UN Security Council, "including its expansion in both permanent and non-permanent categories of membership, to make it more effective, efficient and responsive to the existing challenges to global ... Read More »

PM Narendra Modi aims to replicate Germany's success in India

She said the existing Western alliance had been threatened by the current U.S. presidency and Brexit, meaning Germany could no longer fully count on its biggest allies. "But the importance we put on these ties can not mean that we abandon fundamental principles such as our commitment to fight climate change and in favor of open societies and free trade", he said. Read More »

Donald Trump touched a glowing orb, and a meme was born


ABC News has reached out to the White House for further information about the fund and will update accordingly. At the end of the trip, Ross said , Saudi security guards gifted him and others with two bushels of dates. Trump was in Saudi Arabia on the first leg of his first foreign tour, which also includes stops in Israel, the Vatican, Belgium and Italy over the coming days. Read More »

Highlights of the NDP and Green party deal in B.C.

Liberals and 40.28 for the NDP. If a vote of non-confidence was held, and the Liberals lost, Guichon would then give John Horgan and the NDP the option of forming government. The government in British Columbia has been in turmoil ever since the Liberals won 43 seats, the NDP 42 and the Green Party won a historical 3 seats in the recent provincial election - giving the Green Party the balance of power. Read More »

Trump condemns fatal Oregon stabbings; says victims stood against hate


Mangum says yesterday afternoon she got on the public transportation train called MAX at the Lloyd Center with her friend, a 17-year-old girl who is Muslim. The attacker, identified as Jeremy Christianson, was later arrested . Some of the slurs were directed at two female passengers, one of whom was wearing a hijab , police said. Read More »

Senate backs martial law, rejects joint session

Deputy Minority Leader Francis Pangilinan, said that the resolution was signed by all members of the Minority Bloc namely himself, Senate Minority Leader Franklin Drilon and Sens Paolo Benigno Aquino IV, Leila de Lima, Anna Theresia Hontiveros-Baraquel and Antonio Trillanes IV. Read More »

Trump has 'weakened' the West, hurt EU interests: German FM

Polls suggest she is on course to be re-elected for a fourth term. The two leaders were seen taking a walk in the extensive lawns of the 18th Century Schloss Meseberg, Chancellor Merkel's official country retreat. Gabriel's remarks came a day after a stern rebuke by Chancellor Angela Merkel, who said European Union member states can no longer fully rely on the US and so should take their fate into their own hands. Read More »

Trump criticises Germany after Merkel questioned US reliability


Merkel talked to Modi in Berlin about developing cooperation with India . Merkel suggested that Europe's relationship with the USA had shifted significantly following last week's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and G-7 meetings with President Donald Trump that produced disappointing results, saying Saturday that "the times in which we can fully count on others are somewhat over, as I have experienced in the past few days". Read More »

Trump reportedly mulling major overhaul to White House staff

Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 28, 2017 Whenever you see the words "sources say" in the fake news media, and they don't mention names. Shortly after the tweets, Mr Trump's Homeland Security Secretary, Mr John Kelly, made the rounds of Sunday television news shows to describe any so-called back channel communications, especially with Russian Federation, as "a good thing". Read More »

Trump criticises Germany after Merkel questioned U.S. reliability


Chancellor Angela Merkel hosted an informal dinner for Prime Minister Modi at the Schloss Meseberg, outside Berlin . On Friday, Trump also described German trade practices as "bad, very bad", in Brussels talks last week, complaining that Europe's largest economy sells too many cars to the US. Read More »

UK opposition leader Corbyn says he would ensure Brexit deal

Mr Corbyn's attempt, following last week's atrocity, to draw a link between British involvement in military interventions overseas and terrorism at home led to Tory accusations that he was making excuses for extremists. Because I am clear about the instruction I have been given, clear about what needs to be done, and ready to get on with the job on day one - while Jeremy Corbyn doesn't have the belief, the will or the plan to deliver Brexit. Read More »

Djokovic Defeats Granollers In First Round

But he did well in that department against the 92nd-ranked Thompson. Croatian Marin Cilic defeated Latvian Ernests Gulbis 6-3, 6-3, 6-3 to set-up a second-round clash against Russian Konstantin Kravchuk, who got the better of Argentine Federico Delbonis 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 in two hours and 25 minutes. Read More »

Ariana Grande's manager: 'Fear can not rule the day'

Trump ordered the Justice Department to launch a full investigation into leaks from the Manchester bomb probe. At least twelve of the 22 victims who died in Monday's attack have now been identified. Queen Elizabeth II paid a surprise visit on Thursday morning to victims still recovering from their injuries at a Manchester hospital. British authorities did not say that the investigation had in fact been compromised by the leaks. Read More »

Manchester bombing: Eight arrested over terrorist attack

Six men were taken into custody after a series of raids across Manchester , Wigan and Nuneaton , Warwickshire on Wednesday. The police claim to have discovered more explosive devices in their searches following the Monday night bombing at an Ariana Grande concert . Read More »

White House Communications Director Mike Dubke is out

He is still working at the White House and has not set a departure date yet. But it could be as early as Tuesday, when he was expected to meet with his staff at the White House, said a senior administration official, who required anonymity to discuss a personnel move that has not yet been formally announced. Read More »

Ramsey urges Wenger to extend contract at Arsenal

But let's enjoy the win tonight and not worry about the future. Wenger was also dismissive of the notion that his record-breaking FA Cup success, after previous wins in 1998, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2014 and 2015, might have an impact on the talks about his position. Read More »

Jared Kushner's worst week in Washington

Last week, the Arizona lawmaker said investigations into allegations of ties between Trump's campaign and Russian Federation were reaching "Watergate size and scale". Kushner was joined by Michael Flynn, the retired general who would resign as Trump's national security adviser after reports that he secretly spoke with Kislyak about sanctions. Read More »

13 years after quitting, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg gets honorary Harvard degree


At some point, Zuckerberg also revealed at least some of his plans to supposedly give the world a sense of objective through Facebook , TechCrunch reports . It has connected people who would have never met otherwise, letting them form supportive networks online and offline. We regret any inconvenience to our readers and look forward to the rest of Commencement. Read More »

Palestinian inmates in Israeli jails end hunger strike: Prison Service

Barghouti, whom the Prisoners Committee had said was negotiating on their behalf, was famously caught cheating on his hunger strike several weeks ago. The deal comes as Muslims around the world begin the holy month of Ramadan, during which many people fast. Barghouti, a leader in Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas's Fatah movement, was convicted of murder over the killing of Israelis during the second Palestinian intifada, or uprising, and sentenced in 2004 to five life terms. Read More »

Tasmania Police issue warning after escorting drunk home


The next day, he shared the picture to his Facebook and wrote: 'So was just looking through my phone and turns out these good ***** took some banger selfies after they took my drunk ass home'. Snr Sgt Fox went on to explain that Tassie cops don't usually drive people home unless they are suffering the effects of alcohol. Considering how intoxicated Park was, Siggins and Blyth not only helped him into bed but waited around until a friend came home to make sure he was in good hands. Read More »

Angela Merkel Sounds As If She's Done With Trump And America

Merkel had made waves on Sunday when she told a rally in southern Germany that the United States and Britain may no longer be completely reliable partners. Earlier on the day, Chancellor Merkel received PM Modi at Schloss Messeberg before a private dinner and he was accorded ceremonial welcome at German Chancellery. Read More »

Texas House resumes after immigration protest

Some unfurled banners reading: "See you in court!" and "See you at the polls!" The Texas House leadership stopped the session and asked state troopers to clear the gallery. Chaos broke out on the floor of the Texas House of Representatives Monday after Rep. Matt Rinaldi said he called US Immigration and Customs Enforcement on protestors and threatened to shoot a colleague in self-defense. Read More »

President Trump's First Trip Abroad

The act was being widely denounced online. A spokesman for Mr Juncker, president of the European Commission, which had been negotiating a free trade deal with Washington known as the TTIP before Mr Trump's upset election victory, said the two sides would work to increase trade. Read More »

Michael Nance dies; Season 8 contestant on TV's 'Bachelorette' was 31


Police were dispatched around 2:10 a.m. on Monday morning in regard to a call about an unresponsive male, the spokesperson told Us. He was pronounced dead at 2:54 a.m. "Extremely hard learning the news of Michael Nance's passing". To date, three former Bachelor or Bachelorette contestants have taken their own lives: Gia Allemand, Julien Hug and Lex McAllister. Read More »

The investigation of Julian Assange for rape was dropped

He had fears Sweden would surrender him to the United States where he stands to be prosecuted over WikiLeaks' publication of classified military and diplomatic documents in one of the largest information leaks in USA history. Some legal experts say it makes his position less secure. Following Sweden's decision to drop the investigation, WikiLeaks said its "Justice for Assange" campaign would now focus on the United Kingdom, because British authorities have refused to confirm or deny ... Read More »

Trump keeps up criticism of Germany

Trump is at conflict with Germany and other European allies over North Atlantic Treaty Organisation funding as well as the Paris Climate change deal. Trump has also repeatedly criticised Germany its persistent trade surplus with the US. A world in which the USA relinquishes a dominant diplomatic role, the United Kingdom can no longer support the U.S. Read More »

SHC allows NEPRA to take action against K-Electric


It is worth mentioning here that power outage hit 80 percent of Karachi on first Sehri of Ramazan. On January 22, 2016, Nepra had made area-wise load shedding illegal yet it was ongoing in the port city. "Needless to state that in case of non-compliance of K-Electric authorities, Nepra authorities would be at liberty to take appropriate action in accordance with the law against K-Electric", the order read. Read More »

Not from Russian Federation with love: Putin, Macron talk tough

Macron recently returned from his first meeting with North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and Group of 7 leaders, but in those meetings he was part of a larger group and the agenda was collective. In that sense, Macron announced the creation of a Franco-Russian forum aimed at fostering a more intense exchange at the civil society level, as well as establishing a constructive dialogue to continue and deepen the bilateral relationship. Read More »

Listen To Japanese Commentators Go Nuts At Takuma Sato's Indianapolis 500 Win


Sato , the first-ever Japanese victor of the race, held off three-time victor Helio Castroneves in the final laps to close out the victory in the sixth-closest finish in Indy 500 history. Alonso , meanwhile, suffered a fate to what he has at many F1 races this season when he coasted to a halt at Indianapolis with an engine failure. "When Hélio came up beside me with three laps to go, I decided this was the moment and I just had to go for it". Read More »