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Trump hits out at 'fake news' about son-in-law

Trump hits out at 'fake news' about son-in-law

The Washington Post reported Friday that Kushner discussed setting up a secure and secret communication channel between the Kremlin and the Trump transition with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak . "We don't know what he said and whether anything he said was either inappropriate or illegal, and I'm going to presume he did this at the behest of the president-elect of the United States".



US Secretary of State Tillerson to Turkish Ambassador: DC attack is 'unacceptable'

The Turkish foreign ministry said the USA ambassador was given a " written and verbal protest " against actions said to be " contrary to diplomatic rules and practices ". Erdogan was in Washington, DC to meet with President Donald Trump (pictured together on Tuesday), who praised him as a loyal ally in the battle against Islamic extremism.


Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner Thinking of Moving Back to NYC

Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner Thinking of Moving Back to NYC

After maintaining a limited social media presence throughout his trip, Trump on Sunday unleashed a furious flurry of tweets, lashing out at what he called the "fake news" media. The current and former US officials now say it may have been part of an effort by Kushner to establish a direct line to Putin outside of established diplomatic channels.


Indian ship carrying aid arrives in Colombo

Indian ship carrying aid arrives in Colombo

The Sri Lanka Air force has also deployed one helicopter for Neluwa and have arranged 3 other for the rescue operations. At least 316 people from 84 families in the Ratnapura district alone are affected while some 50 families at Seruwila in Trincomalee, Oddusudan and Welioya in Mullaitivu are at risk, local media reports said.


South Korea wants to reopen communication with North Korea

South Korea wants to reopen communication with North Korea

North Korea has called on South Korea to honour previous inter-Korean agreements on co-operation and reconciliation, which Seoul's unification ministry described as "not logical" given Pyongyang was testing weapons. Japan's Deputy Press Secretary for the Deputy-Director General for Press and Public Diplomacy, Masato Otaka, said they will always be ready to listen to the voices of the island countries.


After Manchester Attack, Ariana Grande Still Expected in Bangkok

After Manchester Attack, Ariana Grande Still Expected in Bangkok

U.S law enforcement is being held responsible by British officials, not the White House, for the second leak of information regarding the Manchester terror attack in the United Kingdom , following which the British police have stopped any exchange of information about the attack, the BBC reported Thursday.