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Donald Trump greeted with selfies and politics on arrival in Israel

Trump's schedule Monday included a visit to the Western Wall , an important Jewish holy site, and a visit to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the site where tradition says Jesus was crucified. Trump met with Reuven Rivlin , who holds the largely ceremonial position of president of Israel . Mr Trump also said he believed it was possible to achieve a "more peaceful future for this region".



Trump Talks Israel-Palestinian Peace, Offers No Details on Plan

The fact that President Trump also visited the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the site where some believe Jesus was crucified, buried and resurrected also sends a message by focusing "on the historic reality that Jerusalem is the center of the Christian faith, as well".



Trump urges Middle East to 'drive out' Islamist extremists

It was delivered in a bling-encrusted hall to absolute rulers, hosted by a regime with an appalling human rights record, and it promised that the United States would no longer question the way they went about running their countries. There were no promises of new financial investment or announcements of increased USA military presence in the region. "Like all young men and women, they seek great futures to build, great national projects to join, and a place for their families to call home".



22 dead after suspected 'terrorist incident' at Ariana Grande concert in England

Mr Hopkins said a "fast-moving investigation" had established the attack was conducted by one man, although detectives are working to establish if he was "was acting alone or as part of a network". The Manchester Arena is one of the largest concert venues in the United Kingdom, with a full capacity of 21,000 and 18,000 for concerts. Witnesses described chaotic scenes of children crying and parents desperately trying to find their children as cell phone signals faltered in the deluge of ...


No reports yet of South Africans affected by Manchester terror attack

No reports yet of South Africans affected by Manchester terror attack

Tim Farron, who cancelled a planned campaign visit to Gibraltar, said: "This is a shocking and horrific attack targeting children and young people who were simply enjoying a concert". They were on the steps at the arena's main entrance when they heard a "massive bang", he said, calling the atmosphere "surreal". "Some people were screaming they'd seen blood but other people were saying it was balloons busting or a speaker had been popped", said another eyewitness.