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Mattis: US and allies 'don't scare' in face of IS attacks

Mattis: US and allies 'don't scare' in face of IS attacks

In their first joint appearance overseas, U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Monday pledged unity with longtime ally Australia in fighting Islamic extremists who seek to intimidate the West. The three assailants in the London attack on Saturday were all shot dead by police. The attackers, wielding blades and knives, ran to a well-known fruit and vegetable market and there they stabbed people in several different restaurants.


Deadly attacks turn UK election into a vote on security

Deadly attacks turn UK election into a vote on security

Below are details of opinion polls before due before Thursday's vote. At that stage, according to Financial Times research, it was 43% Tory to 25% Labour , a 18-point lead; now that lead has narrowed to just seven points, with Labour's share jumping to 37%.



Putin: 'We Don't Care Who's The Head Of The United States'

After Comey's dismissal, news reports emerged that Trump asked Comey to end the probe into former national security adviser Michael Flynn during a February meeting in the Oval Office, the day after Flynn was sacked for misrepresenting his contacts with the Russian ambassador, Sergei Kislyak.


Death toll from Kabul blast tops 150

Death toll from Kabul blast tops 150

The conference participants noted that such a process should be embedded in a positive global consensus to bring peace to the country and stability to the wider region. The protesters, holding a sit-in for a fifth day Tuesday near the bombing site, have demanded the resignation of Afghanistan's security chiefs, including national security adviser Hanif Atmar.


Donald Trump sons defend his criticism of London mayor

Donald Trump sons defend his criticism of London mayor

Khan's office dismissed the tweet, saying the mayor "is busy working with the police, emergency services and the government to coordinate the response to this horrific and cowardly terrorist attack and provide leadership and reassurance to Londoners and visitors to our city".


Gunman in Manila hotel attack dead from self-inflicted gunshot, police report

Gunman in Manila hotel attack dead from self-inflicted gunshot, police report

ISIS has claimed responsibility for an attack at a casino in the Philippines capital that left more than 37 people dead, however police have continued to deny that the incident was terror related. But I did not see what he did after that because I fled". It was not clear how the gunman smuggled gasoline and an assault rifle into the crowded casino or what prompted dela Rosa to cast doubt on terrorism so quickly.