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Ivanka Trump visits Holocaust memorial in Berlin

Ivanka Trump visits Holocaust memorial in Berlin

The coverage began when she stepped off a United Airlines flight from Newark, N.J., at Berlin's Tegel Airport and followed her to the conference, a visit to the USA embassy as well as to a training center and the Holocaust memorial in the heart of Berlin.


France's Le Pen upstages rival Macron with stop at factory

France's Le Pen upstages rival Macron with stop at factory

France's top officials and presidential candidates are attending a national ceremony to honor the police officer killed by an Islamic extremist on the Champs-Elysees. Global markets reacted with relief to Sunday's outcome which broke a pattern of anti-establishment election shocks in which Britons voted to quit the European Union and Donald Trump was elected US president.



Zarif Slams US for 'Adversely' Affecting Iran's Normal Trade

The comments come one day after Trump's top diplomat, Rex Tillerson, slammed Iran's "alarming and ongoing provocations", announcing a " comprehensive review " of USA policy toward the Middle East country. Thus far, Trump has made no steps to tear up the deal , as he had threatened to do when campaigning to become president. Obama and others argued it was narrowly tailored to take the most risky prospect - a nuclear-armed Iran - off the table.



US says raised deep concerns with Turkey over air strikes

Iraq's Foreign Ministry denounced the strikes as a "violation" of its sovereignty and called on the global community to put an end to such "interference" by Turkey. Two civilians were also injured. An AFP correspondent saw a bloodied stretcher and a wheelchair propped up on a building whose entrance was littered with rubble.



UK 'will not seek divide and rule approach' in Brexit talks

Commissioner Hogan said that the United Kingdom was starting to realise they could not do free trade agreements with countries in Indonesia, the far east and elsewhere in advance of negotiations being concluded with the EU. "This would not be the right way to start negotiations". The committee was told by the Russell Group how 26 per cent of its European Union staff would fail to meet the Tier 2 salary requirement, while Catherine Barnard, professor of European Union law at the ...


Donald Trump backs down on Mexican border wall funding

Donald Trump backs down on Mexican border wall funding

If the government does not pass a budget by its Friday deadline, the government will shut down . TRT World's Azadeh Ansari reports from Washington . "I don't know any more about the shift on the wall than you do". "We need to have hearing in the appropriations committee about that, then we need to decide how much it costs".