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In Saudi Arabia, Trump Calls for Unity in Terror Fight

The major speech in Saudi Arabia is Trump's first foreign speech and part of an eight-day trip where he'll also visit Israel, Pope Francis and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation leaders. Mr Trump is now on his first presidential trip overseas, with Saudi Arabia the first stop on a nine-day journey that includes Israel, Italy and Belgium.



Melania Trump dares to go bare in Saudi Arabia

As Trump continued, he touched upon how they themselves are the predominant victims of terrorism. Trump was careful not to connect the words "Islam" and "terrorism", but saying "Islamist terrorism" is certainly a far sight better than President Obama's dance around the issue of religion and terrorism.



LeBron and the Cavs embarrass Celtics for 2-0 series lead

Some third-quarter unpleasantness erupted between Thompson and Boston's Marcus Smart. A mop would have been more appropriate for this carnage. Stevens said Thomas was " really down" on Saturday and several of the Celtics said they've been staying in touch by texts.


Girardi ejected in animated argument, 3 tossed in Yanks-Rays

Girardi ejected in animated argument, 3 tossed in Yanks-Rays

The Yankees scored three times in the second inning and made those runs count in a 3-2 victory in front of 20,873 at Tropicana Field . Tanaka was obliterated by the Astros on Sunday, surrendering eight runs on seven hits over 1 2/3 innings of work.


Diego Simeone to stay at Atletico Madrid

Diego Simeone to stay at Atletico Madrid

Simeone has been linked with a number of Europe's top clubs in the last few months amid rumours that the Argentinian coach would move on from the Spanish side after six years. Torres, who is in his second spell at the club having broken into the first team as a teenager back in 2001, could yet leave Atletico this summer with his contract set to expire in June.


Arsenal v Everton EPL live scores plus Liverpool score

Arsenal v Everton EPL live scores plus Liverpool score

Sir Alex Ferguson has described the pressure on Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger as "ridiculous" and has questioned who they could get to replace him. "You have been at the games and you can not say that the environment for the players was especially positive", he said.