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United Nations chief condemns 'horrific' terror attack in Manchester

United Nations chief condemns 'horrific' terror attack in Manchester

Mrs May said parents and relatives of missing people would be experiencing "unimaginable worry" as she urged anyone with information relating to the attack to contact police. In a statement, the Prime Minister said: "We are working to establish the full details of what is being treated by the police as an appalling terrorist attack".



Trump's Saudi Arabia trip in six sentences

First Lady Melania Trump visited the General Electric all-female business service center in Riyadh on Sunday. Trump is due to arrive in Israel on Monday around noon local time, in time for a meeting with Israeli President Reuven Rivlin at 1pm.



US intel chief declines comment on any Trump request about Russia

Citing current and former intelligence officials, the Post said both Rogers and Coats, who was appointed by Trump, did not comply with his request. He added that he is not sure whether "collusion existed" between the campaign and Moscow, but the interactions were enough that he believed the matter warranted an FBI investigation.



Trump says Iran must never be allowed to have nuclear weapons

Trump will also stop at the Vatican later this week. MSNBC anchor Ali Velshi noted the Western Wall is a "contested area". The city is marking 50 years since its reunification in the 1967 Six Day War this week. The Trump family walked to the wall from the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, one of the holiest sites in Christianity, which they visited first, arriving there on foot from the Jaffa Gate.



What we know about the Manchester attacker

The 16 year-old cried. Police were called to the scene at the Manchester Arena , on the edge of the city center, at 2133 GMT. Concert-goers reached for their bags and coats, as others made an early start for the doors, including Stacey and her mother, Sharon Moir, 43.


Glencore May Make Takeover Approach to Grain Trader Bunge

Glencore May Make Takeover Approach to Grain Trader Bunge

Discussions may or may not take place and there is no certainty. It was unclear where discussions between the companies stand and there may not be any deal, sources familiar with the matter told the newspaper. Merger talk has been roiling the sector for months as commodities prices remain stubbornly low. The purchase would make Glencore a global player in the agricultural market, and comes less than a year after Glencore sold half of its agriculture business for $3.1bn.