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Macron moves to bridge right-left divide in new Cabinet

Macron moves to bridge right-left divide in new Cabinet

Newly named French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb, right, waves as he shakes hands with outgoing Interior Minister Matthias Fekl during the handover ceremony in Paris , Wednesday May, 17, 2017 in Paris . Macron, who ran a staunchly pro-European campaign, kept with tradition by visiting German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday in his first trip overseas after taking office.



Donald Trump condemns 'evil losers' behind Manchester attack

The Western Wall and the Holy Places Rabbi Shmuel Rabinowitz has spoken following the visit to the Kotel by President Trump. "I also firmly believe that if Israel and the Palestinians can make peace, it will begin a process of peace all throughout the Middle East , and that would be an awesome accomplishment", the US President said on the last day of his Middle East visit.



Trump arrives in Bethlehem for Abbas meeting

I have heard it is one of the toughest deals of all, but I have a feeling that we are going to get there eventually". "We want to work with honest intentions to achieve peace", Trump said, adding that both sides have promised to seek a peace deal.



Trump plays up Middle East peace hopes after talks with Palestinian president

During his lightning visit to Israel, US President Donald Trump said all the right things to leave Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his ministers cheering like they were pubescent teens at a Justin Bieber show. Trump's brief journey from Jerusalem to Bethlehem offered a visual reminder of the complexities of the conflict. He will need to cross Israel's West Bank separation wall, which will eventually extend some 700 kilometers to separate Israel and Palestinian territories.


UNSC strongly condemns NK's latest missile test, warns additional sanctions

UNSC strongly condemns NK's latest missile test, warns additional sanctions

It called the missile - capable of reaching Japan and major US military bases there - an "answer" to President Trump's policies. North Korea is believed to have a fleet of more than 1,300 fighter jets, as well as an unspecified number of its own unmanned aerial vehicles, according to a 2015 report to Congress from the US Department of Defense.