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Jared Kushner defended by Trump amid 'secret Russia line' questions

Donald Trump has come out in support of his son-in-law Jared Kushner , following reports the aide tried to set up a secret communication line with Moscow. "I don't trust this story as far as I can throw it". "But I do think there ought to be a review of his security clearance to find out whether he was truthful, whether he was candid".



Police raid Merseyside home as Manchester terror investigation continues

A total of four people have now been detained as part of the inquiry into the atrocity. As of Wednesday night, the suspect's father and two of his brothers had been detained by police in the United Kingdom and Libya. He did not provide details, and said it is unclear whether Abedi was part of a larger network of attackers. An armed soldier and an armed police officer patrol outside the Houses of Parliament in London, Britain, on May 24, 2017.



Sea lion drags girl into water by her dress

Fujiwara's YouTube video of the incident has been viewed more than 846,000 times since he posted it Saturday, though his "killer sea lion " label caused some consternation. "When we see performing animals, like at the circus, we get false information about whether animals like to be around people. They're not trained to be next to people", he told CBC News .



Police searching for Manchester bomber's suitcase

It was while at Manchester College that two people who knew Abedi have confirmed they made separate calls to an anti-terrorism hotline to warn the police about his extremist views. "But I would not rush to conclusions ... that they have somehow missed something". On Saturday, Prime Minister Theresa May said developments in the investigation prompted intelligence experts to lower the threat level in the country from "critical" - the highest available - to "severe", claiming that a critical ...



At NATO celebration, Trump tells allies to spend more on defense

During a photo-taking session, none of them spoke to Trump, except for the secretary-general of Nato, Jens Stoltenberg. Trump indifferently shoved aside Montenegrin Prime Minister Dusko Markovic - nearly like a bulldozer steamrollering past insignificant elements in its path - as he walked with leaders of various NATO countries during his Thursday visit to the organisation's new headquarters in Brussels .