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Might be "milking" S. Arabia of USD 480 billion: Iran's Foreign Minister

On Saturday the United States and Saudi Arabia announced an arms deal worth almost $110 billion (98 billion euros), which was described as the largest in U.S. Yousef Al Otaiba, the UAE's ambassador to the USA, said in a statement that his country's donation shows "our commitment to empowering women in our region and builds on the progress we have made in our country, where women play a role in every segment of society".



France's Macron vows 'immediate retaliation' to Syria chemical attacks

French President Emmanuel Macron has denounced Kremlin-funded TV network Russia Today (RT) and news agency Sputnik , saying they spread "lies" about him and his campaign. He said the claims of Russian meddling are driven by the "desire of those who lost the United States elections to improve their standing by accusing Russia of interfering".


US secretary criticized for praising lack of anti-Trump demos in Saudi

US secretary criticized for praising lack of anti-Trump demos in Saudi

Adam Schiff, D-Calif., said on CNN . Trump also said Muslim nations "must be willing to take on the burden" of combating what he described as "Islamic extremism". Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Monday he was heartened by the absence of even a single protester during President Donald Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia over the weekend.


Man flashing money on Facebook Live arrested on drug charges

Man flashing money on Facebook Live arrested on drug charges

Once he heard that, Hollings ran out of the room and the cops burst in . "This is the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office". The Facebook Live video was filmed in the home of 22-year-old Breon Hollings in Jacksonville, Florida on Thursday (June 1).



South Africa's Zuma survives renewed calls to resign

And the debate about Zuma's recall may not have been the overwhelming victory his supporters have portrayed, because Mantashe revealed the majority of the NEC were undecided during the meeting. In his closing address, sources said that Zuma was seething, and told his detractors to stop criticizing him publicly, and threatened them to "continue attacking me in the media and you will see".



Justice Department to ask Supreme Court to review blocking Trump's travel ban

Summary: Another federal appeals court has upheld the block on President Trump's travel ban. Trump tweaked the order after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit refused to reinstate the ban. "Surely the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment yet stands as an untiring sentinel for the protection of one of our most cherished founding principles - that government shall not establish any religious orthodoxy, or favor or disfavor one religion over another".