'Furious' UK reportedly stops sharing intelligence with USA following Manchester attack leak

British Prime Minister Theresa May will raise the issue with U.S. President Donald Trump when she meets him at a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels later on Thursday, a government source told Reuters . Greater Manchester Police released a statement condemning the leaks on behalf of the National Counter-Terrorism Policing units that suggested a severe rupture in trust between Britain and the United States, who have traditionally shared intelligence at the highest levels.

Facebook's Zuckerberg to give Harvard graduation speech

Facebook's Zuckerberg to give Harvard graduation speech

And while his speech touched on issues as varied as climate change and universal basic income, education took center stage. His now-wife, Priscilla went on to complete her degree and became a pediatrician. They actually give you a degree. Perhaps there was some graduate in the audience who can help Zuckerberg out with the code to fix those bugs. "I can't even say his name because I don't want to put him at risk" of deportation, Zuckerberg added.

U.S. probe finds over 100 civilians died in Mosul air strike

The investigation said the GBU-38 bomb should have killed the pair and maintained the structural integrity of the two-story building, which was constructed of reinforced concrete and had 30-inch walls at points. The announcement follows a coalition investigation into the fatal March 17 strike in the al-Jadida neighborhood in Mosul that prompted global concern.

Manchester United won Europa League

United are now only the fifth club - alongside Ajax , Chelsea , Juventus and Bayern Munich - to have won all three European trophies. "If we could we would change people's life for this cup - we would not think twice". "These things are bad all over the world, in London and in Paris". "Football can do brilliant things so don't go off on holiday, get back to Manchester , get the trophy out and share the success with the city".

Trump blasts NATO allies for not paying fair share

The White House denied President Donald Trump told European leaders he's anxious Brexit will cost American jobs, a position that would run counter to his previous praise of the breakup. The decision came as leaders of the military alliance are gathered in Brussels to discuss burden-sharing and terrorism as part of an effort to show U.S.