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Christians Killed as Jihadists Aim to Transform Mindanao into Islamic State

Then the foul-mouthed president went on to jokingly remark: "You can each rape three women and I will protect you". "They (state forces) have enough resources to end this conflict, but they want to ...

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Kushner 'discussed secret line to Moscow' - US media reports

The Washington Posts' Adam Entous acknowledged the possibility that Kislyak was inserting false information, or exaggerating, in order to manipulate and complicate reporting in the West. Trump came i...

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'I didn't expect that to happen': father of Manchester bomber

'I didn't expect that to happen': father of Manchester bomber

ISIS has already claimed responsibility for the attack, though so far British officials have not confirmed this claim. There was nothing worrying at all until ... Among them was 15-year-old Laura MacI...

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Iran slams US, Saudi Arabia in tweets following Trump's Riyadh speech

Iran slams US, Saudi Arabia in tweets following Trump's Riyadh speech

Zarif also criticised Trump's arms deal and other investments with Saudi Arabia worth hundreds of billions of dollars. Attention of the summit participants was drawn to the prevention of threats t...

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City Employee Arrested with Thousands of Child Porn Photos on Laptop

City Employee Arrested with Thousands of Child Porn Photos on Laptop

Schwartz's collection included 89 videos and over 3,000 images of girls between the ages of 6 months and 16 years, often performing sexual acts on adult men. Bernie Sander's presidential campaign, in ...

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Manchester attack: Sister of bomber said he wanted 'revenge' for injustice

The Monday night's attack at a concert by U.S. actress-singer Ariana Grande killed 22 people , all of whom have now been identified by police but their names will be released during the course of...

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Trump's views on climate are 'evolving,' aide says

Trump's views on climate are 'evolving,' aide says

Macron said he told Trump that is "indispensable for the reputation of the United States and the interest of the Americans themselves that the United States remain committed" to the Paris agreement....

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Health care bill: Premiums may decline, but many will pay more

Ted Cruz (R-TX) - are either open to the state waivers in the American Health Care Act or fully support them, according to BuzzFeed and The Hill . KUER looked into what the CBO score could mean...

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Merkel says G7 debate on climate was

Merkel says G7 debate on climate was "very unsatisfying"

The Islamic State terror group has claimed responsibility for the deadly attack that also injured dozens of others. British Prime Minister Theresa May said the leaders agreed that the threat p...

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Trump calls first trip abroad 'home run' as challenges await

Unusually for such a set-piece event, leaders made no effort to hide their divisions in Sicily's ancient hilltop resort of Taormina . While Chancellor Merkel described the day's discussions with Tr...

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Watch the Moment of Explosion at Ariana Grande Concert in Manchester

Home Secretary Amber Rudd had earlier criticized United States officials for sharing details of the atrocity with American media . The investigation into the Monday night bombing at an Ariana...

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Pres. Trump omits defense pact in NATO speech

The Wall Street Journal editorial board pushed back on Thursday, lambasting the press for crying wolf every time Trump opens his mouth. After meeting Trump on Thursday in Brussels , Tusk tol...

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Miles translates as Pope offers olive branch to Trump

Miles translates as Pope offers olive branch to Trump

Press secretary Sean Spicer was told he could not attend President Donald Trump's visit to the Vatican to meet with Pope Francis on Wednesday, according to CNN . The Pope gave Trump a numbe...

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FBI Russia investigation looking at Kushner role

The Washington Post is reporting that the FBI is investigating meetings that Trump's son-in-law, Kushner, had in December 2016, with Russian officials. Kushner's activities are under investigation as ...

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Trump to decide on United States role in Paris climate deal next week

Trump to decide on United States role in Paris climate deal next week

President Donald Trump is in Taormina, Sicily for a second day of meetings with Group of Seven wealthy nation leaders. Cohn was referring to whether Trump will execute his threat to walk away from...

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Donald Trump's first foreign tour: his most awkward moments

Donald Trump's first foreign tour: his most awkward moments

He emphasized how Israel makes it possible for all faiths to pray in their own way - in religious institutions Israel protects. "We will move the American Embassy to the eternal capital of the...

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G-7 remains divided over protectionism, climate change

Gentiloni said they had made progress on the issue of foreign trade, but added that the wording of the final communique still needed to be worked out. "But then you get into the whole discussion on Pa...

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Borden Sask. man arrested for threatening Justin Trudeau

RCMP arrested 34-year-old Derek Hurrell without incident on Wednesday evening during a traffic stop near Borden, Sask., located about 50 kilometres northwest of Saskatoon. "This is the second charge o...

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Spoof Nature Documentary Shows Donald Trump 'In The Wild' At NATO Summit

Mr. Trump clearly doesn't share the same cosmopolitan views of his predecessor and the left-leaning European leadership. Trump handed the bill - thought to be for more than £300 billion (US$375 bill...

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Senate panel seeks documents from Trump campaign

Senate panel seeks documents from Trump campaign

Reports that Kushner and former National Security Adviser Mike Flynn wanted to set up a secret communication channel with Moscow are based on a report Kislyak supposedly sent to his superiors that was...

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What to know about the Trump administration and the Paris climate agreement

What to know about the Trump administration and the Paris climate agreement

Trump spent both the primary and general elections vowing to rip up the Paris accord, calling it "bad for business". If the US - the world's second-largest emitter, responsible for 18 percent of g...

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Manchester attack: Beckham says United's Europa League win 'brings happiness'

Manchester attack: Beckham says United's Europa League win 'brings happiness'

We had to prepare ourselves to do our job and to try to forget events that are obviously much more important than our job". I always lose matches, but some guys win every time and I don't. And I agree...

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Donald Trump's son-in-law under Federal Bureau of Investigation radar in Russian Federation probe

Kushner's interactions with Russians - including Kislyak and an executive for a Russian bank under USA sanctions - were not acknowledged by the White House until they were exposed in media reports ....

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Trump's Middle East approach partly right

Trump's Middle East approach partly right

Nevertheless, Lieberman said , "We are following developments and are aware and have ways of dealing with this". Donald Trump was the first sitting president to visit the Western Wall. Nahi...

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France's Macron says hopes Trump will finally back climate deal

France's Macron says hopes Trump will finally back climate deal

Thursday brought a new twist in Trump's handshake hall of fame: the President met his match. Meanwhile, in a stinging rebuke to Mr Trump , a US Appeals Court refused yesterday to reinstate his tempor...

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British police no longer sharing Manchester intel with US following leaks

British police no longer sharing Manchester intel with US following leaks

Manchester is slowly returning to normal, though dozens of people remain in hospital and the damaged arena and adjacent Victoria train station remain closed. "His friends are not in the Libyan comm...

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UK PM May says intelligence sharing partnership with United States based on trust

President Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May condemned the leaks stemming from a growing investigation into the suicide bombing that killed 22 people and injured many more aft...

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Conte hopes to stay 'many years' at Chelsea

However, he would surely have scripted it differently. There were additional bag checks going into Wembley , with long lines forming from three hours before the showpiece fixture toward the end of ...

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Rodrigo Duterte warns of 'contamination' by ISIS

Hapilon , who was recovering from wounds inflicted by an airstrike in January, is still hiding out in the city under the protection of gunmen who are desperately trying to find a way to extricate him,...

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U.S. grants Israel extra defence aid: Netanyahu

U.S. grants Israel extra defence aid: Netanyahu

U.S. President Donald Trump presented a reversed Middle East policy during his maiden overseas trip to Saudi Arabia and Israel , by calling for an anti-Iran coalition, which may fuel the tens...

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Trudeau, Trump talk trade and security at G7

Six members of the Group of Seven would stick with their standing endorsement of the 2015 Paris deal to rein in greenhouse gas emissions and await a decision from the USA, said the source who spoke on...

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Chelsea seeks double, Arsenal looking for redemption

Chelsea seeks double, Arsenal looking for redemption

Can Arsene Wenger lead Arsenal to one more trophy, a title that may be his last as manager of the history North London club, by defeating the 2016-2017 Premier League champions in the FA Cu...

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Trump faces new controversies as trip winds down

G7 nations risked unprecedented deadlock today as US President Donald Trump resisted pressure to sign up to joint positions on hot-button issues such as climate change, trade and migration. Police w...

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We played for the people who died, says Pogba

We played for the people who died, says Pogba

Mourinho had two lists ahead of the summer: one containing players that would only consider a move to Old Trafford if Man United reached the Champions League , and one containing a considerably wea...

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Neighbor charged in Ohio fire that killed 5 kids, 2 adults

Neighbor charged in Ohio fire that killed 5 kids, 2 adults

Judge Ann Marie O'Brien denied bond to Ford, citing "the potential risk to the community" and calling it one of the most tragic cases in recent memory. An autopsy revealed the family died of smoke inh...

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