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Trump demonstrates Montenegro's real place at NATO

U.S President Donald Trump also attended the Heads of State meeting, which was his first visit to NATO's headquarters. Top on the president's agenda was getting North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members to contribute their "fair share" in military spending, insisting that 2 percent of GDP was the minimum.


Iran Presidential Election 2017: Reformists sweep Tehran municipal vote

Iran Presidential Election 2017: Reformists sweep Tehran municipal vote

They wore the purple colors of Rouhani's campaign, as well as green to signify the reformist protests that were brutally put down in 2009. He said on Monday in Jerusalem that shared concern about Iran was driving Israel and many Arab states closer, calling Tehran a real threat in the region.



USA assures Turkey of its support in fighting PKK

Besides the upgrade in weapons, the Syrian forces received help in capturing the strategically important town and its adjacent dam from the United States -led global coalition fighting IS, which has provided backup with air strikes and special forces.



Trump labels Kushner reports 'fake news'

The report, if confirmed, would raise new questions about the Trump team's relationship with the Russians, who U.S. intelligence agencies say tried to sway the November election in Trump's favor. Kushner, like his father-in-law, is a wealthy businessman and heir to a family-run NY real estate empire. Trump allegedly told Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Kislyak in a meeting in the White House that he thought Comey was a "nut job", whose firing eased pressure from the investigation.



UK's May: Threat level to remain at 'critical'

Chief Constable Ian Hopkins of the Greater Manchester Police said on Wednesday, "This is clearly a network that we are investigating, and extensive activity is taking place across Greater Manchester as we speak". While Corbyn could alienate some voters with his comments, he is trying to win back the many Labour supporters who turned away from the party in the aftermath of then Prime Minister Tony Blair's decision to join the USA -led invasion of Iraq in 2003.



Police show photos of concert bomber with images from the scene

Members of Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi's network are still potentially at large, British interior minister Amber Rudd said on Sunday, after the terrorism threat level was lowered due to significant progress in the investigation.