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Trump's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation debut does little to assure allies

Trump's North Atlantic Treaty Organisation debut does little to assure allies

Trump's repeated scolds are not just condescending but embarrassing". Rand Paul said he applauded Trump's stance. "Do your part, pay your fair share ". At the time, it was jarring because conservative politicians don't talk that way about our allies. White House spokesperson Sean Spicer , when asked about Trump moving past Markovic, said he had not seen the video but assumed the U.S.


Mount Everest's 'Hillary Step' collapses, mountaineers confirm

Mount Everest's 'Hillary Step' collapses, mountaineers confirm

Named after Sir Edmund - the first person along with Tenzing Norgay to scale it on the way to the summit - the face is believed to have been damaged by the 7.8-magnitude natural disaster which struck in Nepal in 2015. Snowfall in 2016 made it hard to confirm whether the Step had disappeared. Navin Trital of Expedition Himalaya , the company that helped coordinate that climb, tells the news service that Marchetti "died while being brought down to a lower camp".



India's longest bridge inaugurated in Assam; PM Modi cuts the ribbon

The Dhola-Sadiya bridge connects Assam with Arunachal Pradesh . Bearing in mind the necessity for quick movement of troops and artillery to the bordering state of Arunachal, the bridge has been created to accommodate the movement of tanks, according to official sources.


Pentagon to conduct first-ever ICBM intercept test

Pentagon to conduct first-ever ICBM intercept test

Its previous record, however, was mixed, succeeding in only nine of the last 17 intercept attempts. The last test of Boeing's GMD system was in June 2014, when it successfully destroyed a target imitating an intermediate-range ballistic missile.



Libya says working closely with Britain over concert attack, official says

It brings the total arrests to six men and one woman , all of whom are in custody and being questioned by police. The article did not cite a source. British Transport Police said armed officers would start to patrol United Kingdom trains due to the increased threat of extremist attacks.