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UN chief urges action on climate change as Trump debates

French President Emmanuel Macron said Trump was "reviewing" the Paris accord, and told reporters he'd urged Trump not to make a hurried decision during their first face-to-face talks in Brussels. The group managed to agree on language setting goals for trade, but Trump was the lone holdout when it came to agreeing on policies to combat climate change .



Corbyn's leadership of Labour 'not an issue' for voters

During her session from the studio audience, Mrs May was accused by a police officer of presiding over "devastating" cuts, asked by a midwife to justify her "chronic underfunding" of the NHS and heckled over school funding . Jim Pickard tweeted: "Love the audience guy who stood up to give May standing ovation then sheepishly sat down when he realised he was alone". At a campaign event on today she is expected to warn that the European Union has taken an aggressive stance on the ...


Trump Honors Fallen Soldiers At Arlington National Cemetery

Trump Honors Fallen Soldiers At Arlington National Cemetery

President Trump responded on Twitter , writing, "North Korea has shown great disrespect for their neighbor, China, by shooting off yet another ballistic missile.but China is trying hard!" "But we can remember them". He recognized by name people in attendance who had contributed US militarily efforts. The day has a slightly different impact on the men and women who fought overseas, and lost people they served with, but that does not mean they want us to be solemn all day long, either.



Massive explosion rocks Afghan capital

Witnesses say the blast was in the diplomatic quarter - where the United Kingdom has an embassy. Witnesses said dozens of cars were blocking roads and some wounded people could be seen. Houses hundreds of meters away from the blast were damaged with windows and doors blown off their hinges. In an incident as recent as Friday, at least 15 Afghan soldiers were killed when Taliban fighters attacked their base in Kandahar.



US Army whistleblower Chelsea Manning released from prison

Manning was court-martialed and sentenced in 2013 to 35 years in prison , the longest sentence ever imposed for a leak conviction in us history. Those leaks revealed abuses in Iraq and Afghanistan by the United States military, the treatment of detainees at Guantanamo Bay, killings by military contractors in Iraq, Afghan civilian deaths and other incidents.