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  • IS claims responsibility for Egypt bus attack

    The Christians were traveling Friday to a monastery, St. Samuel the Confessor, around 100 km (62 miles) northwest of the city of Minya when they came under fire, the ministry said. Sinai Province, the name of the local affiliate of IS in Egypt, is seeking to impose a hardline interpretation of Islam in the country. In Sinai, where the jihadists' Egypt franchise is based, a wave of murders of Copts has forced dozens of Christian families to flee the peninsula.

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  • Indonesia arrests 3 suspects in bombings that killed police

    Indonesia arrests 3 suspects in bombings that killed police

    The three killed were police officers, while another 11 people, both police and civilians, were wounded. Hundreds of radicals from Indonesia have flocked overseas to fight with IS, and the country has seen a surge in plots and attacks linked to the jihadists over the past year, with many blamed on JAD.

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  • Man tried to bite flight attendant, jumped from plane

    Man tried to bite flight attendant, jumped from plane

    A flight attendant got up and told him to go back to his seat, and two passengers also tried to help. First the passenger got out of his seat. According to a federal criminal complaint , Tun Lon Sein refused to return to his seat on American Airlines Flight 5242 Thursday morning and attempted to bite the flight attendant's hand in order to reach a door on the plane.

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  • President Trump shoves aside Prime Minister of Montenegro

    In a presidential statement issued while Trump was at the ceremony, he called the Manchester leaks "deeply troubling", vowed to "get to the bottom" of them and called for a full investigation by US agencies. "Twenty-three of the 28 member nations are still not paying what they should be paying for their defense", Trump said, standing by a piece of the wreckage of the Twin Towers.

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  • Trial of Disgraced South Korean President Begins

    Park has reportedly been spending her time awaiting trial in jail reading an English-Korean dictionary . Park faces 18 criminal charges, including bribery , coercion and abuse of power for offering governmental favors to corporate chiefs who bribed Choi.

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  • Justin Trudeau builds pillow fort with little girl, melt internet

    Trudeau to visit the Andaman Nicobar Islands. "There are clearly some areas where the Canadian position may not be universally embraced", Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland told reporters Friday morning. Freeland made only glancing references to tensions around Trump, in keeping with Canada's relentlessly optimistic approach to dealing with the new leader of the country's largest trading partner.

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  • Two more arrests made in Manchester attack

    Eight men have been arrested during the raids in Manchester , Wigan and Nuneaton. Britain's official threat level was raised to the highest level, or "critical" following the Manchester attack, with armed troops deployed to guard landmarks .

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  • FBI probes Kushner-Russia meetings; more documents sought

    FBI probes Kushner-Russia meetings; more documents sought

    A media report came out last week that there is a "person of interest" related to the case, who was said to be a senior official at the White House. President Donald Trump has predicted the investigations won't find collusion, and his efforts to cast doubt and curb the probes have led to the appointment of a special counsel at the Justice Department.

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  • Trump to visit Israel in search of revived peace process

    Trump to visit Israel in search of revived peace process

    A White House official blamed Trump's fatigue for the switch. He then tucked a prayer note into a deep crevice. During meetings with Israel's prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu yesterday, he focused attention on the threat from Iran but also suggested Saudi Arabia and other Arab states were shifting their stance, potentially opening a window for a peace deal in the region.

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  • Trump meeting with G-7 leaders after going on offensive

    Trump's comments will disappoint alliance leaders who had hoped for a public commitment from the United States president to NATO's security guarantees, which he called into question during his presidential campaign previous year. The arrangements for the summits will also put Trump's patience to the test, requiring him to spend hours locked in rooms listening to his foreign counterparts.

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  • Watch Melania Trump Seemingly Refuse To Hold Donald Trump's Hand

    United States president Donald Trump and his Slovenian-born wife Melania have always been in headlines for their quite obscure and weird moments shared together in public. Though she's now often strutting across a tarmac after exiting Air Force One as opposed to walking the fashion runway, the first lady's ensemble after ensemble during the president's first foreign trip caught the attention of fashion-lovers everywhere.

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  • Korea calls S. Korea's border firing reckless provocation

    Korea calls S. Korea's border firing reckless provocation

    He said anyone who did that would bear "historical responsibility". "Viewing the images of the Earth being sent real-time from the camera mounted on the ballistic missile , supreme leader Kim Jong Un said it feels grand to look at the Earth from the rocket we launched and the entire world looks so attractive", KCNA said.

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  • Donald Trump and other leaders clash on trade, climate at G7 summit

    President Donald Trump is praising the Republican who won Montana's special House race Thursday for his "Great win in Montana". Sicily is on the front lines in Europe's migration crisis, the first landfall for most of the more than 180,000 migrants who arrived in Italy a year ago, and the reason the Italian government chose Sicily as the backdrop for this summit.

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  • AT&T strike may close retail stores this weekend

    AT&T strike may close retail stores this weekend

    As a part of the contract negotiations, the workers are demanding wage increases, affordable healthcare, a fair scheduling policy and job security from outsourcing. "This is the largest walkout in the USA since Verizon workers went on strike past year". In a statement emailed to Consumerist, AT&T argued that this strike is "baffling" and in "no one's best interest".

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  • EU's Tusk calls on G7 to maintain Russia sanctions

    EU's Tusk calls on G7 to maintain Russia sanctions

    A US official subsequently disputed the account. Juncker called Trump's praise of Brexit " annoying " in March. Ways to break the current stalemate in EU-Turkey relations were also among the top items during the meeting as was a commitment to increase bilateral trade to €20 billion ($22 billion).

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  • Trump says 'ultimate deal' possible for peace in Middle East

    After weeks earlier flashing his trademark bravado by saying the "ultimate deal" could be easier than "people have thought", he seemed to acknowledge the complexities that have bedevilled his predecessors. I even met a Palestinian woman yesterday who said she read Trump's book "How to Get Rich". "And actually I think that despite all the statements that they might make, that would also be the case if the US made a decision to start moving the USA embassy to Jerusalem , to West Jerusalem ...

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  • Coats sidesteps questions about Trump pressure

    The firing comes just days after Sally Yates, who was acting USA attorney general until she, too, was sacked by President Trump, told a congressional committee that she had clearly warned the White House that retired Gen. election. I don't think any of that happens in the context of a presidential campaign without there being a reason for it. "He did not regard the people in the Trump White House as honorable?" So the precedents were not promising when Trump fired Comey.

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  • Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny out of FA Cup final against Chelsea

    Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny out of FA Cup final against Chelsea

    Laurent Koscielny's red card, which he got for a lunging tackle during Arsenal's 3-1 win over Everton on Sunday, will keep him sidelined for the game, while his usual partner Shkodran Mustafi is also a doubt. In his pre-match conference, manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed that centre-back Gabriel has been ruled out with a medial knee ligament injury for up to eight weeks.

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