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Ivanka Trump meets with human trafficking victims in Rome

Ivanka Trump meets with human trafficking victims in Rome

We had no idea Pope Francis had it in him: The shade heard 'round the Vatican took place earlier today, as Donald Trump headed to Rome for the third leg of his very first global tour. Francis had a light moment with the first lady, asking via translator, " What do you give him to eat , potica?" referring to a favorite papal dessert from her native Slovenia.



Trump's Israel trip sparks 'revival of encouragement'

Going in to dinner with the Israeli prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, he said he had discovered on the first stop of his trip in Saudi Arabia that "there's a lot of love out there". President Donald Trump placed a note in the Western Wall in Jerusalem on Monday, becoming the first sitting USA president to visit one of Judaism's holiest sites .



ISIS ally in Philippines storms Catholic cathedral, takes hostages

But it said that under Philippine law there was "criminal and civil liability attached to the hacking, unauthorized disclosure and use of illegally or inadvertently obtained confidential government documents". "Gikwestyon gani North Atlantic Treaty Organisation nganung tibuok Mindanao ang gipa ilalom sa martial law og nganong martial law og dili "call-out" lang usa ang gipatuman (We even questioned his decision to put the whole of Mindanao under martial law instead of a call-out of military ...


Trump's Hands Are No Match For Emmanuel Macron's Shake

Trump's Hands Are No Match For Emmanuel Macron's Shake

Trump made a point to extend his handshakes with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe during their White House visits earlier this year. They stared at each other for a few moments as Macron grasped Trump's hand even tighter. Mr Trump spoke about Mr Macron's "incredible campaign" and "tremendous victory".



More than 100 civilians killed in Iraq bombing in March

But investigators placed the blame on ISIS . " Our condolences go out to all those that were affected ", Army Maj. "The coalition takes every feasible measure to protect civilians from harm", he added. In its report, the Pentagon said the building hit on 17 March was either used to store bombs or was rigged with explosives that "conservatively contained more than four times the net explosive weight" of the 500-pound munition that was used.