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United Kingdom criticises U.S. leaks about concert bombing

United Kingdom criticises U.S. leaks about concert bombing

Ramadan Abedi told the AP that when he spoke to his son five days ago, he sounded "normal". Police claim he had prior knowledge of the attack and said he may have been planning his own atrocity. All of the arrests took place in south Manchester. So, the question becomes: "Is there a person who executed the attack, and, in addition, at least one bomb maker?" Abedi apparently traveled regularly back and forth from Libya to the U.K.at a time when that country was becoming engulfed in ...



Trump forceful in Riyadh

Muslim nations must take on the burden of defeating terrorism, he also said . Trump knocked Iran in his speech Sunday, saying other nations should work to "isolate" the country. Without naming Pakistan , Trump said "every country must ensure that terrorists do not find any sanctuary on their lands". He told the leaders that his goal is a "coalition of nations who share the aim in stamping out extremism" and building a future for children that honors God.


Woman sues Jelly Belly, claims she didn't know jelly beans contained sugar

Woman sues Jelly Belly, claims she didn't know jelly beans contained sugar

The Jelly Belly website advertises the Sport Beans as "Scientifically Formulated to Maximize Sports Performance". In 2016, the FDA released guidance that sugar cane should not be labeled as "evaporated cane juice" on food labels, as the term "does not reveal that the ingredient's basic nature and characterizing properties are those of a sugar".


Turkish ties hit rough patch after rough Recep Tayyip Erdogan visit

Turkish ties hit rough patch after rough Recep Tayyip Erdogan visit

The revelation of Erdogan's proximity to the incident came in a video posted to Facebook on Thursday afternoon by Voice of America's Turkish division. fire Brett McGurk, the special ambassador in charge of the ISIS war, on the grounds that he is "pro-Kurd". The Turkish embassy issued a statement on Wednesday that the protesters were "affiliated with the PKK (Kurdistan Workers Party)", which Turkey considers to be a terrorist group.



North Atlantic Treaty Organisation to lend support to coalition against ISIL, says Sec.-Gen. Stoltenberg

During a meeting with European Council President Donald Tusk and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, Trump "expressed concern that jobs in the US would be lost because of Brexit", according to the source. However, Trump has since backed away from his comments, and hopes are high in Brussels that he will make a display of solidarity. He said the allies would also meet Tusk's demands to share more of the security burden and reaffirm a commitment to spend two percent of annual ...