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Pope asks Trump to be peacemaker, gives him environmental letter

Pope Francis urged Donald Trump to use his USA presidency for peace as two leaders who have sparred repeatedly through the media finally met in a Vatican encounter that ended in broad smiles, for the cameras at least. The pope told Trump he signed the message "personally for you". "I think you will enjoy them". Melania was accompanying the USA president on his visit to the Vatican when Francis asked "What are you feeding him, potica? ".


Meghan Markle was missing from Pippa Middleton's wedding

Meghan Markle was missing from Pippa Middleton's wedding

The little sister of Duchess Catherine wore the same gorgeous earrings she wore to Kate's 2011 wedding to Prince William . As Radar has reported, engagement rumors have flown around Harry and Markle as they've gotten closer by the day .



Pope to first lady: what are you feeding Trump?

There were smiles all around. The pope gave the president a medal symbolizing peace and copies of his three main teaching documents. Asked recently what he expected from his meeting with Trump, given their differing views, Francis replied, "I will tell him what I think".



Trump Divulged Presence of Nuclear Subs in Korean Waters to Duterte

Duterte is cutting short his state visit to Moscow to return to the Philippines . He will be meeting Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on Monday and Russian President Vladimir Putin later in his week-long visit. Thousands of people have fled the city, said Mary Jo Henry, an emergency response official. For now, "the whole of Marawi City is blacked out", Lorenzana said.



Abbas tells Trump Palestinians eager to have dialogue with Israel

I also firmly believe that if Israel and the Palestinians can make peace, it will begin a process of peace all throughout the Middle East. He said both sides are ready to resume talks. And we'll have more of them, but they're losers. "They date back thousands of years", Trump said. Rather than pressure and dictate, the way they argue former Secretary of State John Kerry did during past failed peace efforts, Trump's advisers said ambiguity leaves them room to maneuver.



Trump in Bethlehem highlight of dailies — Newspapers Review

Shortly after the speech was broadcast, Hamas reacted by accusing Trump of "complete bias" toward the policies of the Israeli occupation by designating the movement as a terrorist organization. "Mr. President, I extend my hand to you to be your partner in this noble mission". "I would like to reiterate our commitment to cooperate with you in order to make peace and forge an historic peace deal with the Israelis", he said, speaking through an interpreter.