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Despite Tensions in Their Past, Trump and Pope Francis Finally Meet

Despite Tensions in Their Past, Trump and Pope Francis Finally Meet

President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump meet Pope Francis , Wednesday, May 24, 2017 , at the Vatican. Another picture portraying Ivanka Trump and Melania Trump wearing black dresses and veils , the president smiling and the Pope's stern look was satirized mercilessly on social media.


Time to revisit sun protection for the whole family

Time to revisit sun protection for the whole family

Benefits include no greasy lotions, and it provides an easy way to protect your skin without having to think too much about it. The American Cancer Society recommends people use a sunscreen with an SPF of at least 15, but the American Academy of Dermatology recommends 30, Hershey said.



Trump denounces Manchester attackers as 'evil losers'

A senior White House official told reporters on Tuesday that President Donald Trump united the Muslim world in a way that "really hasn't been" done in "many years". " Israel has no reason to relinquish its control of the Palestinian territories". The shortcomings of the deputy crown prince and the American president - a man who does not always think about consequences of his actions - would be a unsafe combination for the most explosive region in the world - the Middle East.


Trump slams North Atlantic Treaty Organisation chiefs on defense spending

Trump slams North Atlantic Treaty Organisation chiefs on defense spending

The speech opened with a moment of silence for the Manchester attack and with an extended reflection on the danger posed by terrorists, who Trump called "losers", before pivoting to the question of defense funding. "We're happy that in the future the sole question will no longer be how much we spend on defense but also what contributions are being made to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation in terms of capabilities and contributions we're offering", Ms Merkel told reporters as she arrived ...



Oil drops after OPEC-led output cut misses expectations

Opec and some non-Opec producers agreed at a meeting in Vienna on Thursday to extend supply cuts of 1.8-million barrels a day until the end of the first quarter of 2018. However, after investors discovered that the negotiations for the extension would go smoothly, they wanted more. Brent for July settlement was at $51.79 a barrel on the London-based ICE Futures Europe exchange, up 33 cents.


G7 makes 'substantial progress' on trade talks

G7 makes 'substantial progress' on trade talks

Endorsing measures to combat terror is expected to find easy agreement, however, especially after the attack on a pop concert killed 22 people Monday night in Manchester. But that issue reared up again overnight as it emerged the Federal Bureau of Investigation is examining his son-in-law Jared Kushner's contacts with the Russian ambassador in connection with the probe of alleged interference in the election campaign by Moscow.