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World leaders condemn Manchester Arena terror attack

World leaders condemn Manchester Arena terror attack

Paris - World leaders on Tuesday expressed shock and horror at the suicide bombing in Manchester which killed at least 22 people , including children. Our thoughts are with the victims. German Chancellor Angela Merkel in her condolence said: "People in the United Kingdom can rest assured that Germany stands shoulder to shoulder with them".



G7 communique acknowledges split with US on climate

Trump's pending review of USA climate policies and decision not to make up his mind before the Taormina summit has braced environmentalists for the possibility of bland language that says little after years of increasingly stronger commitments to reduce reliance on fossil fuels and emissions under the Paris Agreement .



Troops guard Brazil federal buildings amid political unrest

The PSDB, Brazil's third largest party, announced it was staying in the government for now to make sure an orderly transition was in place if Temer has to go, party leader, Senator Tasso Jereissati, told reporters after meeting with lawmakers.


Local Veterans To Be Honored In National Program

Local Veterans To Be Honored In National Program

On June 17th, 411 names, including Johnnie Michael Bennett of Colorado, will be inducted into the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund's program. The plaque that honors these veterans was dedicated as a part of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in 2004.



Lib Dems promise no new runways in the UK

The Liberal Democrat leader will announce a range of policies created to appeal to younger voters, including a revival of the " Rent to Own " policy, lowering the voting age to 16, reinstating housing benefit for under-21s, and a discount on bus travel.


Pakistan and Afghanistan Cricket Boards want to play cricket for peace

Pakistan and Afghanistan Cricket Boards want to play cricket for peace

The news came out in a joint press conference with Chairman Afghan Cricket Board (ACB) Atif Mashal and Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Shaharyar Khan . "Relation with Pakistan doesn't mean we don't have relation with India". Shahryar said that regional teams from the two countries would also play possible series, which would include A-teams and under-16 teams.