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Donald Trump is mulling moving the U.S. embassy in Israel to Jerusalem

A senior Israeli official who was involved in the incident, but asked to remain anonymous, said that when the PMO employees asked the Americans what help they needed, diplomats from the American consulate in Jerusalem , which is responsible for relations with the Palestinian Authority, told the US delegation that it couldn't discuss this issue with Israeli government officials.



US House Committee asks Federal Bureau of Investigation to hand over all Comey documents

According to the Times , Comey wrote in the February memo that Trump told him Flynn had done nothing wrong. "This is not a truthful or accurate portrayal of the conversation between the president and Mr. The White House has denied that report. "He (Trump) said that General Flynn was a good man and that the FBI needed to move beyond the investigation of him", Michael Schmidt with the New York Times said.


Perth dog dies after being stabbed in park

Perth dog dies after being stabbed in park

Police are investigating after a man stabbed and killed a Labrador in a Mirrabooka park on Wednesday in full view of its owner. "They saw this person and [ran over]". ask if we could talk", she said. I thought it was really unusual, I didn't want to push. When she went to investigate she found the animal had been stabbed.


Storms pummel central US; tornadoes kill at least 2

Storms pummel central US; tornadoes kill at least 2

The governors of Wisconsin and Oklahoma plan to survey the most damaged areas of their states later Wednesday. The storm claimed one life, a man identified by the Barron County Sheriff as 45-year-old Eric Gavin. A sofa sits on damaged trees after a tornado ripped through Prairie Lake Estates trailer home park, just north of Chetek, Wis., Tuesday, May 16, 2017.


Donald Trump's leak of classified information involved bombs and new batteries

Donald Trump's leak of classified information involved bombs and new batteries

Mr Trump, who had apparently "spontaneously" made a decision to share the information with Russian Federation, said he believed his actions would help in the fight against terrorism. Senior Republican John McCain, a senator from Arizona, said the report of Mr Trump sharing the information with Russian Federation was "deeply disturbing".