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Gianforte wins Montana election, apologizes for assault

After the incident, the Gallatin County Sheriff cited Gianforte for misdemeanor assault , and instructed him to appear in court by June 7. On Wednesday, the eve of the election, Gianforte allegedly body slammed Ben Jacobs , a Jewish reporter for the British Guardian newspaper, after Jacobs asked a question about health care reform, a key issue in the campaign.


G7 leaders gather for 'robust' talks in Sicily

G7 leaders gather for 'robust' talks in Sicily

Gianforte will fill the seat once held by Trump's Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke. Trump's spokesman Sean Spicer said Trump had "tremendous respect" for Germany and had only complained about unfair trade practices in the meeting. He says the European Union's goal is to maintain the unity of the G-7 on "all fronts", most importantly "defending the rules-based worldwide order".


President Trump seeks reform, not intervention, on Middle East trip

President Trump seeks reform, not intervention, on Middle East trip

The White House and the State Department did not immediately respond to CNN's requests for comment. "But the path to peace begins right here, on this ancient soil, in this sacred land", he said in Saudi Arabia , the first stop on a nine-day tour that includes Israel, Italy and Belgium.



Iraqis demand 'justice' after United States probe into Mosul strike

The Pentagon report concluded the USA coalition member who approved the strike did so "in accordance with all provisions of the applicable (rules of engagement) and Law of Armed Conflict". The 500-pound bomb dropped by a U.S. aircraft on March 17 was meant to kill two IS snipers who posed a threat to Iraqi counterterrorism forces, the lead investigator, U.S.



UK politics resume after attack; Corbyn links terror to wars

Speaking to BBC Radio 4's Today programme, he said: "The reality is these people hate our values". During the speech, Mr Corbyn didn't link terror to Islamist or radical Islamic ideology, and insisted the attacker was "no more representative of Muslims than the murder of Jo Cox spoke for anyone else".



Manchester bomber's brother aware of attack plans, says Libyan security force

Suicide bomber Abedi was born in Britain to a Libyan family, grew up in Manchester's southern suburbs and attended local Salford University for a time . He said the man, in his 40s, is named Adel and has a wife and several children. The father also confirmed to AP that his other son, Ismail, had been arrested.