Iranian Official: Severing Ties with Qatar Indicates Arab States' Fragility

Iranian Official: Severing Ties with Qatar Indicates Arab States' Fragility

Meanwhile US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson Monday called on Gulf states to stay united and work out their differences after several nations cut diplomatic ties with Qatar. It may be recalled that Qatar had in May alleged that hackers had taken over a site of its state-run news. Even before Monday, Qatar had appeared unperturbed by the growing tensions.

Warner: 'Unthinkable' if Trump pressured Comey to end FBI's investigation

The possibility of Trump invoking his executive privilege first materialized after White House counselor Kellyanne Conway acknowledged in an interview that Comey's testimony would be a "clarifying moment", but when it came to invoking executive privilege, said that "the president will make that decision".

Megyn Kelly spars with defiant Vladimir Putin on NBC show debut

In the inaugural episode of Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly , NBC News' Megyn Kelly sat down with Russian president and Donald Trump's BFF Vladimir Putin . "If it had been important, the minister would have reported it to me". "I will tell you something that you probably already know". The administration claimed Flynn was sacked for lying to Vice President Mike Pence about his conversations with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak .

Curfew, curbs persist in occupied Kashmir on third day

In Pulwama, the spokesman said a group of miscreants threw stones at a CRPF camp in Tahab. Accusing India of carrying out "extra-judicial killings", Foreign Affairs Adviser Sartaj Aziz said "12 people in Kashmir were killed by the Indian forces in Pulwama and Barmulla", Dawn reported.

Michael Bloomberg offers to foot US cost of Paris Agreement

FIJI: Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama, who will serve as president of United Nations climate talks in Germany later this year, said Trump's announcement was "deeply disappointing" but added, "This is a struggle that is far from over".

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The bloc "deeply regrets the unilateral decision by the Trump administration", EU Climate Action Commissioner, Miguel Arias Canete wrote in a statement , but vowed "the world can continue to count on Europe for global leadership ". Meanwhile, many Trump supporters and conservative commentators expressed amusement (or delight) at the intensity of the reaction against Trump's decision.