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North Atlantic Treaty Organisation head defends 'blunt' USA leader

He said Trump had a few days ago signed a U.S. budget proposal to hike spending on USA forces in Europe by 40 percent, in what Stoltenberg called "the best demonstration of commitment to the alliance". Leaders from the world's major industrialised nations began talks on Friday at a G7 summit in Sicily for a two-day summit. "I will be making clear to President Trump today that intelligence that is shared between law enforcement agencies must remain secure", May said.


Donald Trump Leaves Italy's Taormina At End Of Summit

Donald Trump Leaves Italy's Taormina At End Of Summit

Mr Trump used his trip to push "America first" policies, promoting $US110 billion ($148 billion) worth of arms sales to Saudi Arabia and telling G7 allies that the United States needs a more level playing field on trade. This wording was initially opposed by the U.S. But the "to fight protectionism" phrase is followed by a comma, and the rest of the sentence goes on to say, "while standing firm against all unfair trade practices".



Michel Temer accused of taking millions in bribes

Analysts said Temer is unlikely to receive support from a significant share of his coalition, who were afraid of attaching themselves to an administration already being regarded as doomed. Corruption charges, including those linked to Petrobras, were among the reasons that led to the impeachment of Dilma Rousseff in 2016, after five years in power.



Terror threat level reduced as police unravel attacker's bomb-making methods

As a result, soldiers who have been assisting police would be withdrawn from Britain's streets at midnight on Monday. May has stressed that the "country should remain vigilant". Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham has said police cuts must be halted following the attack - and claimed the public would be willing to pay more to boost officer numbers.



Trump has awkward visit to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, appears to shove prime minister

On Thursday, President Donald Trump went to NATO headquarters in Brussels , where he had a series of awkward encounters and gave a speech that seemed to have the United States' NATO allies either snickering or worrying. He appeared particularly comfortable in the setting. Trump betrayed no awkwardness at relishing the warm embrace of one of the world's most oppressive governments.



Philippines Says Foreigners Fighting Alongside IS-Linked Rebels

Khye Amerol, who left Marawi and evacuated to Malabang told International Business Times that he and his family feel safer in Malabang, which is one of the nearby municipalities where hundreds of Marawi locals settled temporarily. Thousands of civilians were seen on Saturday moving out of Marawi as sounds of gunfire and bombs began filling the air. "Right now, he is still inside (the city)", General Eduardo Ano said.