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United Kingdom police arrest another man in concert bombing probe

Materials gathered from the scene illustrated an explosive device that was carefully constructed to cause a deadly impact, according to photos first obtained by The New York Times . The bomber's name was allegedly released by USA officials just as raids were underway both in Manchester and in Libya where the bomber's father lives.


Kushner 'discussed secret line to Moscow' - US media reports

Kushner 'discussed secret line to Moscow' - US media reports

Kushner's interest in a back channel first was reported by The Washington Post , which cited intercepts of conversations between Russia's ambassador, Sergei Kislyak, and Moscow . "We're just not going to comment". Another potential line of inquiry could concern Kushner's failure to disclose some of his contacts with Russian government officials when he was filling out his application for a security clearance.



Reports swirling about Kushner and Russian Federation probe — AP Report

Gorelick did not address the allegation that Kushner wanted to create a back channel for communications, and the White House has not addressed the newest reports . US President Donald Trump an First Lady Melania arrive a concert in the Ancient Theatre of Taormina ( 3rd century BC) in the Sicilian citadel of Taormina, Italy, Friday, May 26, 2017.


US backs call for fight against protectionism in G7 communique

US backs call for fight against protectionism in G7 communique

Trump issued a tweet on Saturday, before the communique was even out, that he would make his final decision on the Paris climate deal next week. German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who also crossed swords with Trump on free trade at the G7, complained that the United States president was keeping his colleagues in the dark.


UN Security Council Scrambles to Address Latest N. Korean Missile Launch

UN Security Council Scrambles to Address Latest N. Korean Missile Launch

North Korea is believed to have at least 1,000 drones in its arsenal, but the South Korean military has yet to determine whether or not the object was an unmanned aerial vehicle. A defence source told South Korea's Yonhap news agency that the flying object could be a drone. In January 2016, South Korea's military fired warning shots after a North Korean drone briefly crossed the border.



European markets watch Greek debt relief talks

Greece's debt stands at a towering 180 percent of annual output, the legacy of a crisis that brought panic to the markets and almost forced the country out of the eurozone . "Now we must stand by this promise. The Greeks have achieved incredible things since then", Gabriel said. Greek leaders wanted the measures to persuade their lenders to agree to a bailout.