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French President Macron Brags About Trump handshake, 'Not Innocent'

French President Macron Brags About Trump handshake, 'Not Innocent'

In a video of the incident, which took place at a press gaggle ahead of the summit, the 39-year-old former investment banker is seen glancing at Trump's hand before reaching in and squeezing, while cl...

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President Trump comes out in support of his son-in-law Jared Kushner

Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly says he doesn't know if those reports are true but describes back-channel communications as a " good thing ". Washington is waiting with bated breath for Sena...

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No Triple Crown: Cloud Computing upsets Always Dreaming in Preakness

Indy mare - had enough points to secure a spot in the Kentucky Derby starting gate, his connections chose to pass on the first leg of the Triple Crown and wait for the Preakness . Then, for so mu...

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Military making gains against militants in Philippines siege city

Military making gains against militants in Philippines siege city

But the exact strength of the terrorists is unknown, as some "sympathetic elements" may have joined them, Padilla said. Based in Central Mindanao, the Maute Brothers Group or locally known as the I...

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Merkel spokesman: Germany still seeking stronger United States ties

Merkel spokesman: Germany still seeking stronger United States ties

Juergen Hardt, the German government's coordinator for transatlantic policies, said Trump's administration was irritating foreign allies."Never before has there been so much uncertainty about the poli...

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President Trump Meets NATO Leaders In Belgium

President Trump Meets NATO Leaders In Belgium

Sicily is on the front lines in Europe's migration crisis, the first landfall for most of the more than 180,000 migrants who arrived in Italy past year - and the reason the Italian government chose ...

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Big business wants Trump to stick with Paris climate accord

Big business wants Trump to stick with Paris climate accord

Cajoled on issues like climate change and NATO's defense pact, he's responded by scolding some of the United States' most loyal allies for not paying their fair share. Trump said he had helped forge...

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Memorial Day events slated for today

As dozens celebrate Memorial Day at the National Cemetery, some are taking a personal moment to say hello and thank you to their loved ones. Bob Dole, who was severely wounded in action during World W...

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Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson dismisses party's poll dip

Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson dismisses party's poll dip

Theresa May has sought to re-focus the Conservative general election campaign on the forthcoming Brexit negotiations after seeing Labour close the gap in the opinion polls. She said the gove...

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U.S. anti-ISIL envoy Brett McGurk should be changed, Ankara says

U.S. anti-ISIL envoy Brett McGurk should be changed, Ankara says

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday speaks to the media following meetings with President Trump at the White House. Eleven people, including a USA officer were hurt in the brawl. Tur...

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NZ relief following floods in Sri Lanka

NZ relief following floods in Sri Lanka

The death toll has risen to 151, while 111 people are still reported missing and 95 injured, the state-run Disaster Management Center said. Ghasemi expressed his sorrow over the unfortunate incident...

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United States air strike killed several soldiers near Jordan, says Syrian military

United States air strike killed several soldiers near Jordan, says Syrian military

The United States has led a coalition bombing IS in Syria since 2014, but in the past has avoided engaging with Syria or Iranian-backed forces battling rebel forces there. Graeme, Chairman of the join...

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United Kingdom terror threat level reduced from critical to severe

United Kingdom terror threat level reduced from critical to severe

May had raised the threat level from " critical " to "severe", the highest of five stages of alert, on Tuesday under a protocol called "Operation Temperer" that could up to 5,000 troops onto British s...

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Annual Memorial Day Service In Fernley

Hundreds took part in Monday's Memorial Day service, and for Earnestine Brunson, it hits close to home. Crusaders for Veterans CEO and President Kevin Cuttill said , "This is where you really feel th...

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Labour surge continues as parties gains on Tories

These are the issues that have come up on the doorstep in some swing seats. But Mr Corbyn set out a different approach. Since Monday was a holiday in Britain, the least committed voters probably...

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Suspects in Kim Jong Nam murder appear in Malaysia court

Suspects in Kim Jong Nam murder appear in Malaysia court

Muhamad Iskandar told the court that the case can be transferred to the Shah Alam High Court in accordance with Section 177 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CPC) regarding transfer of cases. Deputy pub...

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Angela Merkel Suggests Germany Can't Count on the US Under Trump

Angela Merkel Suggests Germany Can't Count on the US Under Trump

In their final communique from the summit, the G7 leaders noted they had failed to settle differences over climate change with Trump . "If Mr. Trump does decide to pull out, then it is going to...

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Trump honors fallen in Memorial Day address

Trump honored Gold Star families calling their fallen loved ones "angels sent to us by God", in his first public address since returning from his first trip overseas as commander-in-chief. Trump als...

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Merkel spokesman: Germany still seeking stronger USA ties

The German Chancellor emphasized the need for friendly relations with the United States , Britain, and Russian Federation, while she spoke at the campaign event . With the United States less willing...

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US will leave Paris climate deal

The scientists they spoke with said the United States leaving the deal would make a bad problem worse, and cause global warming to potentially become irreversible. "There were fears: would he at...

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Philippine forces fight to retake city besieged by ISIS linked terrorists

President Rodrigo Duterte declared martial law in the south through mid-July after the militants went on the deadly rampage in Marawi , a lakeside city dotted with hundreds of mosques, following ...

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Djokovic And Agassi A Match made In Heaven?

Second seed Karolina Pliskova won for just the third time in six visits to Roland Garros with a 7-5, 6-2 victory over China's Zheng Saisai. Her newly released book The Quest examines Djokovic...

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Salman Abedi may have built other explosives

Abedi passed through Istanbul on his way to Europe, Turkish security officials told Reuters , but said they had no records of him entering Syria during his travels as had been suggested on Wednesda...

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President Trump gives Memorial Day Address at Arlington National Cemetery

The son of the retired four-star Marine general, Marine 2nd Lt. Robert M. Kelly, died in 2010 after he stepped on a land mine while on patrol in Afghanistan. ceremony. But imagine seeing 559 of them, ...

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Former Panama dictator Manuel Noriega dies at 83

Manuel Antonio Noriega, who took power in Panama in 1983 and was ousted by U.S. forces in 1989, has died in Panama City. Noriega was convicted of drug smuggling and racketeering, becoming the first ...

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UK police gear up for long-weekend security

UK police gear up for long-weekend security

Four men in total have been arrested in connection with the attack. The intelligence agencies are racing to find other parts of a "network" that helped the suicide attacker, Salman Abedi , who had ...

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Arab Christians voice hope, concern over Trump's speech

Arab Christians voice hope, concern over Trump's speech

What claims do Arabs in Palestinian territories really have to Israeli land? Then Trump went to Israel . "Like myself, many Messianic worshipers and Jewish believers feel that President ...

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Merkel Being Honest With US About Policies

Merkel Being Honest With US About Policies

Speaking on the sidelines of the third Berlin roundtable discussion on refugees and migration, Gabriel called on Europe to stand up to the current USA administration and not shy away from offering c...

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Iraqi forces launch attack on last few Daesh holdouts in Mosul

USA defense officials say "taking the time" to surround Islamic State strongholds is part of a new approach in the war against IS under the Trump administration, aimed at preventing militants from reg...

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Secret Service investigates Turkish president's security detail's clash with protesters

Secret Service investigates Turkish president's security detail's clash with protesters

Even as officials vowed there would be an investigation, the guards were already safely back in Turkey with Erdogan, dampening any prospects for holding them accountable. Witnesses described what ha...

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