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Scandinavian leaders condemn Egypt Copts attack

Scandinavian leaders condemn Egypt Copts attack

Samuel the Confessor monastery in Maghagha, about 220 kilometers (140 miles) south of Cairo , Egypt, Saturday. Egypt launched a fresh round of air strikes over Libya on Saturday, Egyptian military sources and an eyewitness told Reuters, targeting militant camps it said were responsible for a shooting spree that killed dozens of Egyptian Christians.



Militants kill 16 civilians in Philippines siege city

Their condition was not known. "But for this martial law and the consequences of martial law and the ramifications of martial law, I and I alone would be responsible, just do your job I will take care of the rest". He gave his troops a free hand to wrest control of Marawi . "It is painful for the Maranao (the name for local Muslims) that it is Ramadan but our action now is to protect Marawi ", Herrera said.


Top Russian officials discussed how to influence Trump aides last summer

Top Russian officials discussed how to influence Trump aides last summer

Mr Flynn was appointed United States national security adviser in January but resigned after misleading vice-president Mike Pence over his communications with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak. Bortnikov told Brennan he would pass on the message to russian president, Vladmir Putin. This type of information is typically shared in intelligence channels and not between the USA president and foreign diplomats, Brennan said.



Senators believe they can defy expectations again with first Game 7 win

OTTAWA-Before Game 6 of the Eastern Conference final, a handful of Pittsburgh Penguins were playing soccer: Bryan Rust , Nick Bonino , Evgeni Malkin , Sidney Crosby . The total for Thursday's game is an even 5.0 in what has been an up-and-down series . Pittsburgh applied plenty of pressure as the third period progressed, but Anderson was an immovable force in net.


Trump Says N. Korea Issue will be Solved at Some Point

Trump Says N. Korea Issue will be Solved at Some Point

Speaking at the top of the meeting, Trump told reporters that North Korea is "a world problem" that "will be solved". The US is anxious that if Kim is not stopped, other countries in the region including Japan and South Korea would be compelled to seek their own nuclear capability as a defence measure.