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Trump moves to settle Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Mr Trump's optimistic comments, made at his first face-to-face talks with the Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas in the White House, are likely to raise eyebrows in diplomatic circles given the intractable nature of one of the world's longest-running conflicts.


No Charges In Alton Sterling case

No Charges In Alton Sterling case

Some called for Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry's office to investigate. Scott's mother said the admission of guilt was all she needed to move on. Sterling apparently did not learn from that incident, since in his last encounter with police he was illegally armed (felons can't legally own guns) and fought with the officers.


US attorney details why no charges in Alton Sterling case

US attorney details why no charges in Alton Sterling case

He said he had asked the Justice Department to forward its investigative materials to Louisiana State Police and assigned a prosecutor with the Louisiana Department of Justice to the case. The entire incident, from the time officers first ordered Sterling to place his hands on a vehicle to the firing of the sixth and final shot, lasted less than 90 seconds, according to a detailed summary the Justice Department released on Wednesday.



PM Leaves For China, Then To Germany

It was a tough call for India to take as China in the last few days has managed to rope in a number of western countries, including a U-Turn by the USA which recently agreed to send a top official after Washington made a killing in a lucrative trade deal.



Nawaz Sharif in China to attend Belt and Road summit

Under the deal, China will allow US imports of beef no later than July 16, the 100th day after the meeting between President Trump and President Xi. According to the Chinese ambassador, investments from Chinese companies to the countries located along the Belt and Road route have exceeded 49.3 billion US dollars.


N. Korea Belatedly Covers Election of Pres. Moon Jae

N. Korea Belatedly Covers Election of Pres. Moon Jae

Moon had a 40-minute conversation with Chinese leader Xi Jinping, his spokesman Yoon Young-Chan told reporters, with the two agreeing denuclearising Pyongyang was a "common goal" between them. China and South Korea enjoyed an increasingly warm relationship early in the tenure of Moon's predecessor Park Geun-Hye, drawn together by shared historical differences with Japan.