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PM May Backs President Trump Visit Despite "Wrong" Criticism Of Mayor

A spokesperson for Khan told the UK's Guardian that the mayor had " more important things to do than respond to Donald Trump's ill-informed tweet that deliberately takes out of context his remarks". After the mayor's spokesman clarified his statement, Trump sent out another tweet calling Khan's response "pathetic". "We will always stand shoulder to shoulder with our oldest and closest allies", said Khan.


Penguins dominate Predators for 3-2 series lead

Penguins dominate Predators for 3-2 series lead

The Predators are hardly blaming Rinne for their predicament. Beat the Predators in that game, and they will become the first Penguins squad to rack up 10 victories on home ice during a single playoff run. "It's a rollercoaster, it's an emotional ride", said Rinne, who has a 1.88 goals-against average and.932 save percentage in 20 postseason starts this year.



Nawaz, Modi exchange greetings at Kazakhstan summit

It is the first between the two leaders after India boycotted the high profile Belt and Road Forum held in Beijing in May in which 29 world leaders took part. "We spoke about India-China relations and how to further improve ties", Modi tweeted after his meeting with Xi. Particularly alarming are attempts by IS-affiliated groups to infiltrate SCO countries from inside Afghanistan, he leader said.


Hotel owned by family of London attacker Khuram Butt raided in Pakistan

Hotel owned by family of London attacker Khuram Butt raided in Pakistan

On Tuesday, London police appealed for the public's help in finding French national Xavier Thomas, 45, who has been missing since Saturday's attack. The arrest comes as security services face growing questions over their monitoring of the three attackers in the lead up to the attack. An investigation established that he was not unsafe enough to be arrested, they said.


Former Panamanian Dictator Manuel Noriega Dies

Former Panamanian Dictator Manuel Noriega Dies

From the late 1950s to the 1980s, Noriega worked with the Central Intelligence Agency until a "state of war" was declared between the two countries in what would become the United States' invasion of Panama . In January, a court granted Noriega house arrest to prepare for surgery on the tumor. In recent years, Noriega had suffered various ailments, including high blood pressure and bronchitis.



"We are not ready to surrender", Qatar's foreign minister says

Both al-Jubeir and Gargash in their comments suggested their complaints about Qatar go back years, likely implying that their grievances are focused on the policies of Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani. "I think the Americans would choose to side with Saudi Arabia over any other country in the region". To outside observers, it was unclear whether the Qatar News Agency had indeed been hacked or whether an editor had published remarks which the emir later regretted saying.