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Manchester police suspend info-sharing with US

The leaks have opened a diplomatic row as United Kingdom officials are said to be " furious " that their investigation was compromised when photos appearing to show debris from the attack appeared in the "New York Times" . Though it's unclear if the newspaper obtained the information from USA officials, the story has angered many British officials. The act prohibits them from sharing sensitive information regarding national security but also prevents them from sharing security information ...


Turkey recalls diplomat over clashes during Erdogan's US visit

Turkey recalls diplomat over clashes during Erdogan's US visit

Bass and the Turkish officials disagreed about what prompted the outbreak of violence, said the official, who demanded anonymity to discuss private diplomatic conversations. Turkey's US embassy stated that the demonstrators were associated with the PKK, which has waged a three-decade-long bloody insurgency against Turkey and is considered a terrorist group by the U.S.


Macron delays naming ministers to check taxes

Macron delays naming ministers to check taxes

Earlier, the appointment of Mr Philippe to the top job in his government ticked several boxes for Mr Macron, at 39 France's youngest president, who took power on Sunday. The populist Le Pen, who has not been seen since her May 7 defeat to Macron, is to announce by week's end whether she'll run for a parliamentary seat.


Len McCluskey: 200 seats would be a 'successful campaign' for Labour

Len McCluskey: 200 seats would be a 'successful campaign' for Labour

KD: Labour offers a radical plan to change the country. Despite the rise in support for Labour, there are indications that Labour's support is "softer" than the Conservatives . Many leading anti-Corbyn MPs would lose their seats, along with some prominent supporters of the Labour leader such as Lancaster & Fleetwood MP Cat Smith.



Trump orders investigation after Manchester leaks

He said on Thursday the leaks are "deeply troubling" and has vowed "to get to the bottom of this". He said he is asking the Justice Department and other agencies to "launch a complete review of this matter". Meanwhile, Greater Manchester Police Chief Constable Ian Hopkins said the publication of leaked intelligence by the New York Times had " caused much distress for families that are already suffering terribly with their loss".


Iran's leader jabs Trump's 'theatrical' Saudi trip

Iran's leader jabs Trump's 'theatrical' Saudi trip

Using more measured tones, Rouhani said Tehran was waiting before passing any judgment on the new government in Washington. Mr Rouhani yesterday ridiculed U.S. On Sunday, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif lashed at Trump for appeasing Saudi Arabia . The collaboration and coordination between the two countries will continue, Rouhani said, adding the Iran-Azerbaijan relations are strategic.