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Manchester bombing: 'We were having to pull nails out of their arms'

Manchester bombing: 'We were having to pull nails out of their arms'

He said he thought the mother had died. He said: " She passed away in my arms ". Jessica Parker posted a plea for her homeless son to get in touch with her to her Facebook page. Manchester Evening News editor-in-chief Rob Irvine said: "Our wonderful city of Manchester has been terribly wounded. I'm so proud of how courageous he was trying to help people", she added.



Trump's Messy, Mostly Successful Israel Visit

Dozens of supporters crowded at Shuhada Square in the center of the city and torched U.S. flags, as well as photos and an effigy of Donald Trump . "You can't just walk in on Day One and sign a deal that no one has gotten done in 35 years", said the official, who under the ground rules of the briefing could not be further identified.


Palestine To Make Unprecedented Peace Offer to Trump

Palestine To Make Unprecedented Peace Offer to Trump

The president was greeted in the West Bank by streets lined with USA and Palestinian flags joined on lampposts, as well as signs with the faces of Trump and Abbas, saying, "The City of Peace Welcomes the Man of Peace". Yet some Israeli officials are less certain of Trump. "Palestinians in Bethlehem say they feel like they're living in a ghetto with it". Abbas reiterated his call for a two-state solution to the conflict, including a Palestinian state with east Jerusalem as its capital.



Notorious Moors Murderer Ian Brady dies

Brady was jailed for three murders in 1966 and had been at Ashworth since 1985. Brady and Hindley also admitted that they murdered Edward Evans (17) and John Kilbride (12) as well as 16-year-old Pauline Reade. He launched a legal bid in 2013 to be transferred out of the hospital to a prison so he could not be force fed. The lawyer added that at no point during his 25 years representing Brady did he ask about the location of Keith Bennett's body.


Trump, Abbas say peace deal with Israel is possible

Trump, Abbas say peace deal with Israel is possible

As he concluded his visit to the Middle East on Tuesday, US President Donald Trump championed the Gulf states and pitted himself as the world's chief antagonist against Shiite Iran and its proxies, ISIS, Hezbollah and Hamas. And their demands are humane and just. At the joint press conference with Trump, Netanyahu also said that " common dangers are turning former enemies into partners and that's where we see something new and potentially very promising", concluding: "I see a real hope ...



Trump boasted of firing 'nut job' Comey to Russians

The Times reported on Friday that during a meeting in the Oval Office on May 10, Trump told Russian diplomats that Comey was "a nut job". During a dinner where Trump had allegedly asked Comey for his pledge of loyalty, Trump expressed his grievances with the investigation into Mike Flynn, his former national security adviser, and asked Comey to drop the investigation, according to The Times' sources that revealed a memo written by Comey shortly after the meeting.