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Macron: Handshake Contest With Trump Was A Show Of Strength

Macron: Handshake Contest With Trump Was A Show Of Strength

But Macron, France's 39-year-old political wunderkind, appeared to be ready for him when they met for lunch at the U.S. embassy in Brussels ahead of a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit. That said, Macron said of Mr. Trump that he "is more open than we think, he likes direct contact and is able to change his positions". French diplomats preparing for the G7 summit are irritated at the White House's failure to specify its positions on such issues before the leaders sit down to ...



Turkey protests "aggressive" USA action in embassy clash

The key visit was marred by bloody clashes that took place outside the Turkish ambassador's residence after Erdogan met American counterpart Donald Trump . "We should throw the Turkish ambassador out of the country, we should identify those people that performed these unlawful acts of beating people up and they should be charged", McCain told reporters last week.


Trump Should Rethink Leaving the Paris Agreement Before It's Too Late

Trump Should Rethink Leaving the Paris Agreement Before It's Too Late

Trump announced the withdrawal the same day he pulled back from another campaign promise: to move the U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem. He said that participating would undermine the USA economy, wipe out U.S. "Trump made a series of inaccurate and misleading statements about the Green Climate Fund", said Karen Orenstein, of Friends of the Earth in the United States.



France scoffs at U.S., modifies White House climate video

India's Prime Minister and the new French President have said they will co-operate in the fight against climate change, after meeting for the first time in Russian Federation. Before his departure, Modi laid a wreath at the Arc de Triomphe in honour of Indian soldiers who fought in France during World War I. Trump does believe the climate is changing and that humans have a role in it, U.N.


German envoy to United States downplays Trump-Merkel tensions

German envoy to United States downplays Trump-Merkel tensions

Only the United States, Britain, Poland, Estonia and Greece met the target in 2016. Seen from Europe, the performance deepened impressions formed during the presidential campaign that under Trump, the U.S. Alluding to the fact that Americans elected a man demonstrably unfit for the presidency, and the British public's decision to exit the European Union , Merkel explained: "the times in which we can fully count on others are somewhat over".



Bangladesh storm kills 3, destroys thousands of homes

Road transportation was affected, phone lines were disrupted, more than 20,000 houses destroyed and hundreds of trees were uprooted. Omar Farukh, a community leader in Kutapalong camp, said conditions were dire: "Now we're in the open air".