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Saudi, UAE pledge United States dollars 100 millions to Ivanka Trump womens' fund

Saudi King Salman on Monday described US President Donald Trump's visit to the Muslim kingdom in the Gulf as a "turning point" in relations between the two countries. "Instead, we are here to offer partnership - based on shared interests and values". The President also hit out at Iran, accusing Tehran of "fuelling the fires of sectarian conflict".


Hillary Clinton To Deliver Commencement Speech At Wellesley College

Hillary Clinton To Deliver Commencement Speech At Wellesley College

As soon as she said this, the crowd of graduates erupted in cheers and gave her sustained applause. "Let's call it what it is: a con". Hillary Clinton warned of the dangers of creeping authoritarianism, including an "all-out assault on truth", mind control and " alternative facts " - and even dropped the word "impeachment" - in her most scorching critique of President Trump's administration since he took office.


Duterte warns of 'contamination' by Islamic State group

Duterte warns of 'contamination' by Islamic State group

Mr Duterte imposed 60 days of martial law on Tuesday on the island of Mindanao , a traditional homeland of minority Muslims that encompasses the southern third of the nation and is home to 22 million people. "That's why we are appealing to you now while there's still time, to exercise your common sense, he said". On May 23, when the military and police forces conducted an operation in Marawi to arrest Abu Sayyaf leader Isnilon Hapilon , the Abu Sayyaf forces fought back and called ...



UK politics resume after attack, Corbyn links terror to wars

And promised to be a "committed" member of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation as prime minister and said he would not talk to the Islamic State terror group. But Mr Corbyn said his position was shared by former MI5 chiefs and a senior cross-party parliamentary committee, and had been backed by Mr Johnson himself in 2005.


Eight men detained following Britain concert bombing

Eight men detained following Britain concert bombing

Eight suspects are now in custody. The official, who spoke on customary anonymity, did not provide details. Manchester police stopped providing information to the United States about the Monday concert bombing after photos of the crime scene appeared in the New York Times , though it was not clear where the photos came from.