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Trump travels to Bethlehem for talks with Palestinian president

Trump travels to Bethlehem for talks with Palestinian president

Trump has vowed to do whatever is necessary to broker peace between Israel and the Palestinians - something he has called "the ultimate deal" - but has given little indication of how he could revive negotiations that collapsed in 2014. Oren Hazan was not supposed to approach Trump during the welcoming ceremony at Tel Aviv airport, but managed to "get in" to the line of dignitaries, a foreign ministry spokesman said without elaborating.



19 dead, 59 injured in 'terrorist incident' at Manchester concert

For now, police are treating this as a terrorist attack unless the ongoing investigation reveals otherwise. The British government is planning an emergency Cabinet meeting for later Monday morning. "However, the public may experience increased security in and around public places and events as officials take additional precautions", the statement said.


Trump to test waters for achieving Middle East peace

Trump to test waters for achieving Middle East peace

When he hosted Abbas at the White House, Trump said Mideast peace is "something that I think is, frankly, maybe not as hard as people have thought over the years", and in an interview with the Israeli newspaper Israel Hayom published Sunday, Trump said, "I think we have a very, very good chance of making a deal".



Brokerages Anticipate Medical Properties Trust, Inc

Ratings analysis reveals 45% of Medical Properties Trust's analysts are positive. The highest sales estimate is $170.32 million and the lowest is $156.63 million. This is lower than the industry's 11.6 but higher compared with the wider sector's 5.08. The stock has a 50 day moving average of $13.43 and a 200-day moving average of $12.78.



UK police treating Ariana Grande concert blast as terrorism

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, condemning the attack, said she would convene the Scottish government's Resilience Committee on Tuesday morning to "consider any implications for Scotland". May said earlier that the incident in the northern English city was being treated as a terrorist attack. There was no immediate claim of responsibility.


Government borrowing soared in April but met expectations for full year

Government borrowing soared in April but met expectations for full year

The Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) had expected a £20.3bn decrease and data released last month suggested the target had been missed but revised data showed higher than expected Value-Added Tax contributed to lower total borrowing by more than initially forecast.