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Palestinian shot dead by Israeli soldiers: ministry

Gunness said the agency had "robustly intervened and protested to Hamas in Gaza ". If it does, the result could be disastrous for Hamas-ruled Gaza. Hamas has reacted in disbelief after the Saudi's Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir termed it as being part of the extremist and terrorist groups supported by Qatar.

Hezbollah condemns Iran terror attack as death toll rises to 16

Islamic State claimed responsibility and released a video purporting to show gunmen inside the parliament building and one man, who appeared wounded, on the floor. "They five arrested terrorists were Iranians". Four gunmen attacked the building of the Iranian parliament on Wednesday morning. The Saudi prince, Mohammed bin Salman, who is also the defense minister, accused Iran in May of seeking to occupy the Islamic holy sites in Saudi Arabia.

Leaked NSA Doc Highlights Deep Flaws in US Election System

The NSA report adds significant new detail to previous US intelligence assessments that alleged Russia-backed hackers had compromised elements of America's electoral machinery. The elections "department participated in an informational call with the Federal Bureau of Investigation related to elections security at the end of September 2016 where they alerted officials for the need to maintain security measures, but there was no indication of a Florida-specific issue".

British police name third London Bridge attacker

He had notably featured in a Channel 4 TV documentary entitled " The Jihadis Next Door " and, according to the British media, numerous people alarmed by his views had gone to the authorities. At 11 a.m., the nation held a minute's silence to remember all of those affected by the terror attack. Before the recent attacks, Brexit and domestic issues such as the state of the health service and the cost of care for the elderly had dominated the election campaign.

John Oliver rips apart Trump's stance on the Paris Agreement

According to the President and key Republicans who supported his decision, the Paris agreement would impact the American economy in the long-term, depressing growth and affecting the ability of American companies to compete internationally.

Spicer won't say whether Trump has confidence in Sessions

Deputy press secretaries in the past have filled in when the principal press secretary is otherwise occupied - as Sanders did when Spicer was on naval reserve duty recently. The travel ban, which Trump says is aimed at preventing attacks in the United States, seeks to halt entry to the United States for 90 days for people from several predominantly Muslim countries and bar refugees for four months.

Man jumps into moving auto to save a stranger's life

Tompkins then jumps out of his own vehicle and dives through the open passengers side window and is able to put the auto in park. He put two fingers into the convulsing driver's mouth to prevent him from swallowing his tongue. In a freakish coincidence, this incident took place one year to the day that Tompkins wife was in a disgusting vehicle crash that left her with 15 broken bones, Saukvalley notes.

Kellyanne Conway's husband takes shot at President Trump's tweets

Following Saturday's terror attacks in London , Trump contradicted the arguments of Justice Department lawyers defending the controversial executive order in court while he was pushing for the travel ban's implementation. Former Trump campaign aides have said that during the campaign they would regularly wake up in the morning in fear of what their boss, then a candidate for president, would have tweeted in the wee hours of the morning.

India Too a Victim of Terrorism, Says Donald Trump in Saudi Arabia

Speaking at the Arab-Islamic-US summit, without naming Pakistan, Trump asked countries to ensure that terror groups don't find sanctuaries on their soil. "Love your shoes. Boy, those shoes". Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said Monday he was heartened by the absence of even a single protester during President Donald Trump's visit to Saudi Arabia over the weekend.

White House to stop taking questions related to Russian Federation probe

The spokesman's refusal to admit Trump made a mistake prompted laughter from members of the media at the White House. "Despite the constant negative press covfefe", the president inexplicably wrote just after midnight. Spicer's statement was in response to a question about reports that former FBI Director James Comey , who was terminated by Trump , meant to testify before Congress that the president urged him to drop an investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael ...

China vows to continue with Paris Accord even if US pulls out

Li used Thursday's meeting with Merkel to reaffirm China's commitment to "steadfastly" implement the Paris climate agreement, even if the United States pulls out. The flurry of visits come as concern grows in traditionally Atlanticist Germany at Trump's forthcoming announcement on the Paris Climate Accord, created to reduce the carbon dioxide emissions scientists blame for rising sea levels and droughts.

Senate to hear from Comey; Dems raise new Session questions

CNN first reported Wednesday about Comey's expected testimony, and said he is likely to confirm that President Trump pressured him to end the Federal Bureau of Investigation probe into his campaign's suspected ties to the Russian government.

Top Trump aide exits as wider White House overhaul expected

He shares his insight on the unnamed sources who say Jared Kushner's possible back-channeling was Russia's idea. What complicates things further for the White House , though, is that the Trump administration is not only in the midst of communications chaos, but now under investigation for a scandal that has the potential to make history .

BC NDP and Green Party intend to form minority government

The agreement would allow the second place NDP to form a minority government with the support of the Green party. The form of proportional representation approved in the referendum would be enacted in the next provincial election. British Columbia Premier Christy Clark takes part in a news conference in Ottawa on December 9, 2016. "Ultimately, a framework on climate leadership is what brought the B.C.

Over 115 Firefighters Battle 'Major Emergency' Brentwood Brush Fire

The fire was reported at around 12:45 p.m. A plume of smoke from a wildfire burning above Mandeville Canyon Road in the Brentwood area of Los Angeles is seen from the San Fernando Valley, Sunday, May 28, 2017. Firefighters asked for Los Angeles police to be ready in case houses need to be evacuated. However, no injuries have been reported and an investigation into the incidents is ongoing.

European allies see the two sides of Trump

The White House in March confirmed that Kushner and Kislyak met at Trump Tower in December for what one official called a brief courtesy meeting. At the end of the G7 summit, as the other world leaders walked a little less than half a mile through the streets of Sicily, Donald Trump had to take a golf cart because he didn't have the stamina and energy to keep up with the rest of them.

Frightening wreck knocks Scott Dixon out of Indianapolis 500

Luckily Brisbane-born Dixon's vehicle came down bottom first on the inside wall after being unceremoniously flung into the air. Dixon and Howard were cleared and released a short time after being checked at the infield medical center. "There's nowhere else to try to avoid them". He exited infield care and wanted to talk about the strength of his vehicle rather than a wild ride that could have potentially ended his life.

Reformists sweep Tehran municipal vote as Rouhani wins Iran

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) top diplomat said on Sunday that " Tehran shall not squander another opportunity" to reset its foreign policy, after reform-oriented and moderate Iranian President Hassan Rouhani won re-election for a second four-year term on Saturday.

United Nations slams DPRK's latest ballistic missile test

North Korea test-launched what appears to be a long-range ballistic missile on Sunday , claiming that it can carry a "large nuclear warhead". Vladimir Putin has said the world should talk to North Korea rather than threaten it after the latest missile test escalated tensions in the region.

Armed man arrested by police at Phoenix Comicon convention

The local man was wearing all black, however, it is unclear if he was in costume or not. Phoenix police declined to comment on security arrangements. "This includes costume props for staff, crew, costuming groups, panelists, and participants in the masquerade ball". Sgt. Mercedes Fortune said the weapons were not checked by security.

Lib Dems pledge to bin 'draconian' surveillance powers if elected

The Lib Dems would assemble a constitutional convention to "deliver home rule to each of the nations of a strong, federal United Kingdom". It's time for Southern to go - and the Lib Dems are committed to giving the contract to another company who can make sure the trains are run on time.

Gas prices face upward pressure heading into Memorial Day weekend

Today's national average is $2.37 per gallon - two cents more than a week ago, four cents less than a month ago, but six cents more than a year ago. The most expensive gas price averages in Tennessee were in Nashville at $2.13, Knoxville at $2.11 and Memphis at $2.10.

UP police deny Rahul Gandhi permission to visit riot-hit Saharanpur

Congress leader PL Punia and former Union Minister Kumari Shailja have been denied permission to visit the villages. Leaders of the Congress, according to reports, had questioned Rahul's disinterest in visiting the clash-torn region. The clash started because police stopped the Maharana Pratap procession after Dalits complained. The crack down was made after government found that despite of dispatching a battery of senior police officers and a strong contingent of reserved police force, ...

Ex-CIA chief warned Russian Federation against election interference

Sen. Mark Warner , D-Va., the top Democrat on the committee, identified the businesses as Flynn Intel Group LLC and Flynn Intel Group Inc., both based in Alexandria, Va. Others discussed leveraging their ties to Viktor F. Yanukovych, the deposed president of Ukraine living in exile in Russian Federation, who at one time had worked closely with Mr.

GOP health bill: 23M more uninsured; sick risk higher costs

And Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., dismissed talk of the House bill, NBC News reported . It will also cause premiums to decline as less sick individuals sign up for insurance under the bill . As Trump and Republican leaders sought to bring wavering lawmakers on board with the House bill, they added a controversial last-minute amendment that would give states leeway to drop an Obamacare requirement that forces insurers to charge sick and healthy people the same insurance rates.

The Senate Intelligence Committee subpoenaed two of Michael Flynn's businesses

President Donald Trump fired Flynn for making misleading statements to Vice President Michael Pence about his contacts with Russian officials. In a statement, he said that Mr. "I don't have sufficient information to make a determination about whether or not such cooperation or complicity or collusion was taking place", Brennan said.

Disagreements surface over China-backed trade deal

New Zealand Trade Minister Todd McClay, who chaired the meeting in Vietnam, left open the possibility of the U.S. rejoining the TPP despite Trump saying he prefers bilateral free trade deals. "Ministers and vice ministers from Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Chile, Japan , Mexico, New Zealand, Malaysia, Peru, Singapore , and Vietnam met today to discuss the Trans-Pacific Partnership", they said in a joint statement .

Trump Boasted About Firing 'Nut Job' Comey to Russian Officials

President Donald Trump told Russian diplomats last week his firing of "nut job" James Comey had eased the pressure on him, even as the FBI's Trump-Russia investigation had moved into the White House , according to reports Friday that pursued the president as he began his maiden foreign trip.

Indian Army launches punitive fire assaults across LoC, many Pak posts destroyed

Major Gen Narula said Army wants peace and tranquility in J&K and for this terrorism and infiltrations need to be curbed. "Infiltrations are likely to increase with melting of snow and opening of passes". Reacting to the Army's step, Shiv Sena leader Arvind Sawant said that though Army has come out late but came strongly against Pakistan. They also released the video of the shooting which included loud explosions thick smoke due to the fire.

'Dozens hurt' as Palestinians clash with Israeli troops

According to the source , "Hamas, whose prisoners are not part of the prisoners' strike, wants to portray the Palestinian Authority, the security forces and the efforts they are making in a negative light during the visit". Meanwhile, Palestinians in the West Bank staged protests against what they perceive as indifference by the worldwide community toward the hunger strikers.