So, just what did Trump's note in the Western Wall say?

Trump's visit to Israel and the West Bank is meant as a peace overture, and the White House has been careful not to appear partisan in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem , deeply alarming Palestinians . During the campaign, President Trump committed that, unlike previous presidents who have repeatedly signed six-month waivers delaying the move, he would move the embassy.

Manchester Arena blast: What we know so far

Manchester Arena blast: What we know so far

General Election campaigning has been suspended after the suspected terrorist attack that killed 22 people in Manchester. Hopkins said the attacker was believed to have been "carrying an improvised explosive device, which he detonated, causing this atrocity".

No Indication US Ready to Apologize for Revealing Israel Intel to Russians

The president was joined on the visit by his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, an Orthodox Jew who went to the wall shortly after Trump and said prayers. Asked if he would pressure Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on settlements, Tillerson responded that "settlements are part of the overall peace discussion".

Former CIA head to answer questions about Russian meddling

Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI), and Senator Mark Warner (D-VA), Vice Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, today made the following statement after the Committee received notification from Lieutenant General Michael Flynn's (Ret.) counsel that he would decline the request for an interview and the production of subpoenaed documents.

In wake of Manchester blast, Trump decries terrorist 'losers'

Trump wrote "This was a great honor - peace!" before signing his name in the wall's guest book. "We understood from the American team trusted with the president's security that the presence of the tent causes them a security headache, but it's not certain that's the main reason for reducing the hours of the visit in the city".

Brown and Eskom to face Parliament over Molefe

Brown and Eskom to face Parliament over Molefe

Five days ago , the Eskom Pension and Provident Fund said Molefe was actually retrenched, and that he did not resign. Brown said she had for months believed that Molefe had resigned previous year but learnt in April that he had in fact asked for early retirement.