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Trump says Manchester bombing is the work of 'evil losers'

Trump, who had a warm reception on Monday in his meetings with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Reuven Rivlin, and who visited the Western Wall, has decried reports of Palestinian incitement. He is accompanied by First Lady Melania Trump. With no controversy, Trump also visited the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the site where Christian tradition holds that Jesus was crucified and buried in a tomb.


Iran's President Criticizes US After Trump's Sharp Words

Iran's President Criticizes US After Trump's Sharp Words

In his congratulatory message to Rouhani, Sarkisian, as quoted by his press office, expressed confidence that during the Iranian president's tenure "the friendly neighborly Iran will continue to develop upward, bringing its considerable and important contribution to the establishment of regional peace and stability".


S. Korea fires shots at N. Korea after object crosses border

S. Korea fires shots at N. Korea after object crosses border

It did not immediately provide more details. Council members will meet in a closed-door emergency session Tuesday to discuss Sunday's launch of what Pyongyang has described as an intermediate-range ballistic missile . Command Cmdr. David Benham said an assessment of the tests revealed the launches did not pose a threat to North America, but he emphasized that USA officials were closely monitoring the tests and pledged "ironclad commitment" to allies in the region.



Trump Travels To Bethlehem For Meeting With Abbas

Trump heads to Europe from Israel on Tuesday after spending four days in the Middle East. They compared them to other United States first couples. The future status of Jerusalem is one of the major unresolved issues in whether the Israelis and Palestinians can reach a two-state solution.


Conservatives' lead over Labour slips to 15 points - Ipsos MORI

Conservatives' lead over Labour slips to 15 points - Ipsos MORI

But Mr Corbyn said he would not immediately lower the 45p threshold to include everyone paid more than £80,000, instead favouring a phased approach over the course of the next parliament, which will end in 2022. The ballot on June 8 is "no ordinary election", Ms Dugdale said, saying the result would determine the direction the UK takes for years to come and could even "determine whether there is a United Kingdom at all".