Ferrari leads the way ahead of Canadian GP qualifying

It was a great lap. Ayrton, I know for many of you he was your favourite driver and it was the same for me. "I think we have [the pace to win]", said Vettel, who failed to improve his time on his final attempt in Q3. Four-time champion Vettel did his best to grab pole, but had to settle for second ahead of Finn Valtteri Bottas in the second Mercedes and compatriot Kimi Raikkonen in the second Ferrari.

Iran arrests 7 more persons linked to Tehran attacks

After threatening Iran with terrorism the Deash supporters addressed the Gulf Kingdom. Iranian authorities have arrested seven people it suspects of helping militants involved in this week's attacks in the capital Tehran, a judiciary official said on Saturday.

Macron unshaken by Trump power grip

Macron unshaken by Trump power grip

But at least he can brag about his extended handshake with Trump. Le Pen had drawn comparisons with Trump for her policies on immigration, and it was thought that Trump would have preferred that she win. The world is honed in on Donald Trump during his trip to the other side of the globe and new reports indicate that his handshakes are starting to take on a life of their own.

Merkel urges speedy Brexit talks after United Kingdom vote

We have completed the guidelines, the framework", Merkel said Friday in Mexico City. Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European Commission, also emphasized the urgency of wrapping up the Brexit in the shortest time possible. Keeping up his razor sharp observations of the UK's shambolic Brexit preparations he added: "I thought surrealism was a Belgian invention". Now, all remains unclear.

McCain's fuzzy questions for Comey leave observers puzzled

In his testimony , Comey confirmed that the tarmac meeting was the deciding factor in making his announcement independently from the Department of Justice. This isn't the obstruction of justice you're looking for. With all due respect Senator, you are just senile. Comey pointed out that the two probes were not connected.

Macron tells Putin Syrian chemical weapons are a 'red line'

Macron tells Putin Syrian chemical weapons are a 'red line'

Putin, who supports al-Assad, said he believes the stability of the Syrian state is crucial to combatting terrorism. Macron's aides also claimed that Russian groups launched hacking attacks on his presidential campaign. It was a way of "explaining to the global community why it was necessary to continue to impose measures to pressure Assad, including militarily", Putin said.