Iran must never have nuclear weapons: Trump tells Netanyahu

Iran must never have nuclear weapons: Trump tells Netanyahu

The Western Wall sparked controversy ahead of Trump's arrival when US officials declined to allow Netanyahu join Trump visit to the site, asserting it is not located in Israeli territory. On Monday, he stressed the strong bonds between the USA and Israel . PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: It's not easy. Trump went on to say that he met with leaders from across the Arab world in Saudi Arabia and reached "historic agreements" in fight against terror.

Trump speaks alongside PM Netanyahu in Israel

Trump speaks alongside PM Netanyahu in Israel

Kobi Gideon/Courtesy of Government Press Office/Handout via Reuters THIS PICTURE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. In statements upon his arrival in Israel, Trump spoke warmly about the U.S. Yet, Tillerson also seemed to subscribe to Foggy Bottom's view that the Palestinian issue is a core cause of the Arab-Israeli conflict and Middle Eastern turbulence, as well as a top priority for Arab policy-makers.

UK police: 'A number of fatalities' at Grande concert

Australian Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull told the country's parliament the incident was a "brutal attack on young people everywhere". From the bottom of my heart, I am so so sorry. Hayley Lunt had taken her 10-year-old daughter Abigail to her first concert. "I've called the hospitals". Neighbor Natalie Daley said she was frightened by a loud bang, then police yelling, "Get in your houses - get away from the windows!" Britain's terrorist threat level stands at "severe", the ...

Blast at Ariana Grande concert in England kills 19 people

At least 22 people, including children, were killed in the attack and more that 50 others suffered injuries, authorities said. Many parents were waiting for their children in and around the Manchester Arena when the blast rocked the foyer of the venue as thousands of young fans and parents streamed out following the gig on Monday evening.

Manchester Arena terror attack: Death toll climbs to 22

Prime Minister May said her thoughts were with the victims and families of those affected and has condemned "what is being treated by the police as an appalling terrorist attack ". Grande performed at Austin's Frank Erwin Center in October 2015 as part of her North American tour. The Scottish National Party announced that it will suspend a planned manifesto launch scheduled for Tuesday.

Ariana Grande 'broken' after concert attack

A witness who attended the concert said she felt a huge blast as she was leaving the arena, followed by screaming and a rush by thousands of people trying to escape the building. "I want her home and I want her safe". "I also want to stress that at this time there is no intelligence of any increased threat or risk to Scotland".