• Trump hails the fallen and their families at Arlington
Trump hails the fallen and their families at Arlington

Christopher Horton , Special Forces Capt. Andrew Byers and Marine 1st Lt. Robert Kelly , the son of Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly - whose family members were in attendance. They were remembering those who died serving our country. I also request the people of the United States to display the flag at half-staff from their homes fo...

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  • Trump likely to withdraw USA from Paris Climate Accord
Trump likely to withdraw USA from Paris Climate Accord

However, multiple media reports claim Trump already has made a decision to pull out of the agreement, which includes 195 signatories pledging to keep global temperatures at 35.6 F above pre-industrial levels and eventually move to keep them below 34.7 F.

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  • Blast in diplomatic area of Afghan capital kills, wounds 50
Blast in diplomatic area of Afghan capital kills, wounds 50

A security guard was killed, and scores of Japanese and German embassy workers were injured. The explosion occurred at the peak of Kabul's rush hour when roads are packed with work-time commuters. "These heinous acts go against the values of humanity as well values of peaceful Afghans", the interior ministry said in its statement. Afghan Pr...

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  • Macron's first non-Europe trip focuses on fighting extremism
Macron's first non-Europe trip focuses on fighting extremism

Nineteen French soldiers have died serving in Mali since 2013 when Hollande launched an intervention to chase out jihadists linked to Al-Qaeda who had overtaken key northern cities, according to the latest defence ministry figures. "I want to strengthen that partnership and make sure that this German commitment, which is already present, can be int...

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  • Trump Lashes Out at Leaks, Considers Staff Upheaval
Trump Lashes Out at Leaks, Considers Staff Upheaval

He is respected by virtually everyone and is working on programs that will save our country billions of dollars. A person familiar with Trump's thinking says the president believes he is facing more of a communications problem than a legal one.

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  • IS claims responsibility for Egypt bus attack
IS claims responsibility for Egypt bus attack

The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the attack on Friday. The attackers arrived in three pick-up trucks and opened fire on the vehicles carrying visitors to the Saint Samuel Monastery in the Minya province, about 220km south of the capital, Cairo , before fleeing the scene.

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  • French president flexes diplomatic muscles in Putin meeting
French president flexes diplomatic muscles in Putin meeting

During the campaign, which climaxed with Macron's election on May 7, Macron's camp also irritated the Kremlin by saying its campaign's networks, databases and sites had come under attack from locations inside Russian Federation. With Mr Putin standing by his side, in the centre of the chateau's long gallery of paintings depicting glorious Fre...

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  • UK PM May says prepared to leave EU without a Brexit deal
UK PM May says prepared to leave EU without a Brexit deal

May, who was at times heckled by the audience during the televised questioning, was asked by a serving policeman about "devastating" cuts to police numbers during her six-year tenure as interior minister. Answering questions during a visit to a factory in Bath, Mrs May denied she was " frightened " of taking on her rivals face-to-face. "We are do...

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  • Armed man at Orlando airport 'contained'
Armed man at Orlando airport 'contained'

Dozens of police officers responded to Orlando International Airport Tuesday to reports of a gunman in the parking garage, officials said. There have been no arrests made in the incident of a person with a weapon at OIA, according to the Orlando Police Department .

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  • Trump pushes aside Montenegro leader - who calls it natural
Trump pushes aside Montenegro leader - who calls it natural

During his campaign for the White House, Trump sent ripples of alarm through the continent when he described the 68-year alliance as "obsolete" because it did not do enough to tackle one of the greatest challenges facing the world: Islamist terrorism.

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  • Death toll from Sri Lanka rains mounts to 164
Death toll from Sri Lanka rains mounts to 164

Already more than 100,000 have taken shelter in 339 relief camps set up in the south and west. Sri Lankan military and rescue teams have used boats and helicopters, but they said access to some areas was very hard. People in Agalawatte, 46 miles from the capital Colombo , said they were losing hope of water levels falling soon. State televisio...

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  • Merkel: Europe must stay united in face of ally uncertainty
Merkel: Europe must stay united in face of ally uncertainty

But the speech also followed what the chancellor had earlier described as a "six against one" and "very difficult" talk at the G7 summit in Sicily with the US over the Paris climate accords, according to the BBC . Merkel's comment about what she has experienced in the past few days is a clear reference to President Trump's disastrous European ...

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  • Kathy Griffin defends photo with bloody replica of Trump's severed head
Kathy Griffin defends photo with bloody replica of Trump's severed head

The 56-year-old drew widespread criticism after the photo - shot by famed photographer Tyler Shields who is best known for his highly sexualised and edgy work - was leaked to TMZ . But Chelsea Clinton , whose mother Hillary Clinton lost her presidential bid to Trump, agreed that the photo crossed a line. During the shoot, Griffin jokes she an...

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  • Ariana Grande to hold concert in Manchester for bombing victims
Ariana Grande to hold concert in Manchester for bombing victims

Ariana Grande has vowed to return to Manchester, England , to give a concert to raise money for the victims of Monday's deadly bombing at her show there. It's like your own family just passed away, it's just so, so sad, there's just sadness hanging over Manchester at the moment. Two friends of Abedi also became so anxious they separately tele...

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  • Trump repeats criticism of Germany, Merkel stands by stance
Trump repeats criticism of Germany, Merkel stands by stance

The Prime Minister said foreign investment from Germany to India is rising, especially for the Make in India initiative. Questioned about her comments Tuesday, Merkel reiterated her stance: "the discussions with the United States of America are just as important as with other partners - the transatlantic relations is of incredible importance, b...

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  • Bangladesh storm kills 3, destroys thousands of homes
Bangladesh storm kills 3, destroys thousands of homes

It rained all over Bihar on Tuesday under the influence of cyclone Mora in the Bay of Bengal even as the southwest monsoon arrived in Kerala and parts of northeast on the day. A United Nations official working with Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh told the Reuters news agency that the damage in the camps could not be assessed while the s...

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  • Memorial Day is a time to remember and honor the fallen
Memorial Day is a time to remember and honor the fallen

This year's Memorial Day address came from two men who served in combat. It required the country's first national cemeteries to be established. That's down to less than one half of a percent today guaranteeing that more Americans really.

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  • Pope
Pope "terrific", Saudi "spectacular": Trump waxes lyrical on foreign tour

More: Is This Melania Trump's Cry for Help? She grew up in Slovenia under Communism and was never baptized as a child, says the Catholic Herald . It remains unclear whether the Twitter banners will keep changing as the president's inaugural four-nation trip continues, but Trump was certainly impressed by his visit to the Vatican.

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  • Kushner Asked to Lay Low After Reports Connecting Him to Russia Probe
Kushner Asked to Lay Low After Reports Connecting Him to Russia Probe

The reports began unfolding after reports late Thursday that said Kushner had been named as a focus in a probe of Russian interference in the US election last fall. Even setting the scandal aside, it is clear that Kushner gradually emerged as the most powerful of Trump's senior advisers - and is not doing a very good job.

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  • Don't blame outsourcing to India, come out and help: BA Chief
Don't blame outsourcing to India, come out and help: BA Chief

Travelers on British Airways and its sister airlines in Spain faced a third day of delays and cancellations Monday, mainly on short-haul flights in Europe, after the company suffered a colossal IT failure over the weekend . Heathrow has warned its travellers as the airport expects further delays and cancellations of British Airways service...

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