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Melania Trump is Catholic, she confirms after Vatican visit

Other non-Catholic staffers gave up their spots so that Catholic staffers could get what might be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet a sitting Pope. since President John F. Kennedy and his wife, Jackie, in the early 1960s. Despite this, Trump's antics seem to have taken the spotlight once again, with some very awkward moments.



Trump tweets money is pouring into North Atlantic Treaty Organisation

First, NATO members have made important troop commitments in support of United States policy-in the Balkans, for instance, and in Afghanistan-and are active in intelligence gathering and sharing on terrorism. Mattelaer says. In 2006, even as the United States was increasing military spending because of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, European allies were shrinking their military spending.



Ariana Grande returning to 'incredibly fearless city of Manchester' for benefit show

Authorities are now handling 500 terror-related investigations into 3,000 individuals, with another 20,000 people on the radar posing a "residual risk". The straps of a backpack are visible on his shoulders. "I believe we can get them to be more successful in working with us to find a way of getting some of that information".



Army foils infiltration bid in Jammu and Kashmir, kills 4 militants

In another encounter in Pulwama's Tral, the security forces killed Hizbul Mujahideen commander Sabzar Ahmed Bhat. Bhat succeeded charismatic militant leader Burhan Wani after he was killed in a gunfight in July, which triggered months of anti-India protests in which almost 100 people died.



Zbigniew Brzezinski, Jimmy Carter's national security adviser, dies at 89

In the 1960s he was an adviser to John F. Kennedy, served in the Johnson administration and advised Hubert Humphrey's presidential campaign. Brzezinski's view of the Soviet Union may have been colored by his childhood experiences. Also in 1978, Brzezinski helped Carter to attain the Israel-Egypt Peace Treaty. Despite his lifelong antipathy to Soviet communism, he joined Defense Secretary Brown in spearheading an unsuccessful drive to win Senate approval for the 1979 SALT-2 arms control ...