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United Kingdom bomber pleaded 'forgive me'

Trump on Thursday asked the Justice Department and other relevant agencies to launch an investigation into the leaks - although it's still unclear whether the source of the at least one of the two major disclosures out of Manchester originated in the USA intelligence community.


3 men arrested in connection to concert attack

3 men arrested in connection to concert attack

A man reported to be Abedi's brother had been arrested on Tuesday. But they also caution a full intelligence analysis is underway, including trying to determine Abedi's communications. Although British journalists had the name, the United Kingdom government and police were refusing to confirm it as the counter-terror operation was still in progress.



Trump, G7 peers seek deals on terrorism, trade, climate

Awaiting Trump in the ancient hilltop resort of Taormina will be icecream-makers who have been mixing up "gelatos" in the shape and color of his celebrated orange-blond quiff. One of those relationships was on display as Trump began the day with a meeting with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The White House believes that Trump has made personal breakthroughs with his peers, having now met one-on-one with all the leaders of G-7.



Gianforte wins US House seat day after assault charge

According to the Associated Press, with 95 percent of precincts reporting, Gianforte led 51 percent to Quist's 43 percent. The controversial legislation had become a key point in the contest, with Quist - a quasi-famous folk singer in the state - seizing upon it as he looked to build resistance to Trump and the Republican agenda in a solidly red state the president carried by 20 points last November.


Sharif regime slammed for 'mishandling' Jadhav case

Sharif regime slammed for 'mishandling' Jadhav case

Pakistan, which announced the sentence on Jadhav on April 10, claims its security forces arrested him from its restive Balochistan province on March 3 past year after he reportedly entered from Iran. An ad hoc judge would not necessarily have to be a Pakistani national and among the names doing the rounds in Islamabad are former Jordanian prime minister Awn Shawkat Al-Khasawneh, who has served as an ICJ judge, German jurist Bruno Simma, a former ICJ judge who served as Pakistan's arbitrator ...


(Image) FA Cup organisers make mockery of Chelsea and Arsenal rivalry

(Image) FA Cup organisers make mockery of Chelsea and Arsenal rivalry

Chelsea have won seven games in a row, but the nature of their semi-final win over Tottenham Hotspur was an example of how they are also able to win games when they are not dominating. "We lost two games in a row against Liverpool and Arsenal ". It is hard to look beyond Chelsea becoming the next FA Cup winners. Zouma insists Chelsea are confident and are pushing to finish the season with a double, after winning the Premier League.