Former Panamanian Strongman Manuel Noriega Dead At 83

Former Panama dictator Manuel Noriega has died at the age of 83 following brain surgery earlier this year, according to the country's current President Juan Carlos Varela. Noriega was toppled in a December 1989 USA military invasion. A government official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Noriega died at around 11 p.m.

Bomber said to have told mother 'forgive me' before blast

Bomber said to have told mother 'forgive me' before blast

Britain views the United States as its closest ally, and the two countries also share intelligence as part of the " Five Eyes " network which also includes Australia, Canada and New Zealand. A spokesman for anti-terror police said investigators relied on trust with security partners around the world, adding: "When that trust is breached it undermines these relationships and undermines our investigations".

Merkel spokesman: Germany still seeking stronger U.S. ties

Merkel's remarks came after a Group of Seven summit at which the Europeans couldn't reach an agreement with Trump on climate change. Prime Minister Modi and Chancellor Merkel will have a luncheon meeting with senior business leaders before inaugurating the Indo-German Business Forum on Tuesday.

United Nations warns Daesh directly targeting civilians in Iraq's Mosul

Iranian-backed Shiah paramilitary forces are fighting Islamic State in that part of the country where Baghdadi is believed to be hiding, according to U.S. The UN has said the battle has left more than 8,000 civilians dead or wounded, but that figure only comprises people transferred to medical facilities.

Hamas Angry at President Trump for calling it a Terrorist Organization

But Trump had no reservations as he placed his note of prayer in between the wall's many cracks and uploaded a photo of his time there as his Twitter cover photo. Instead, Trump told the crowd of gathered dignitaries, members of Knesset, religious leaders and others that "the ties of the Jewish people to this Holy Land are ancient and eternal".

Turkish Security Assaults Protestors In Washington DC

Turkish Security Assaults Protestors In Washington DC

Earlier on Tuesday, Erdogan met with President Donald Trump at the White House, where the two leaders vowed to fix their countries' relationship and re-establish an economic and military partnership. The U.S. State Department said the episode was "deeply disturbing" and promised that an investigation would hold those responsible to account. Washington authorities said they had "very good video" and were confident they would be able to identify most of the assailants but did not ...