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Manchester bomber's network potentially still at large

Manchester bomber's network potentially still at large

Manchester-born Abedi, of Libyan origin, injured more than 100 people when he detonated his explosive as concertgoers left a show by U.S. teen idol Ariana Grande . She refused to say how many times temporary exclusion orders had been used, but confirmed "we have started to use them". The police released surveillance-camera images of the bomber on the night of the May attack as they appealed for information about his final days.



North Korea Fires Ballistic Missile; Pres. Moon Calls for Emergency NSC Meeting

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe told reporters that " North Korea's provocation by ignoring repeated warnings from the worldwide society is absolutely unacceptable". The U.S. Pacific Command said in a statement it tracked a short-range missile for six minutes until it landed in the Sea of Japan. "As we agreed at the recent G7, the issue of North Korea is a top priority for the global community", Abe told reporters in brief televised remarks.



Philippine army says militants killed 19 civilians in fresh violence

Military spokesman Brig. Gen. Restituto Padilla says the dead include a group of four men, three women and a child who were found near a road close to the Mindanao State University in Marawi. "Just practise pulling the trigger", he said. The MILF, which signed a peace deal with the government in 2014 but has yet to fully implement it, said last week it would cooperate with the government and help people affected by the Marawi unrest.



The Handshake Wars Part Deux: Macron explains his vice grip on Trump

Quoted in the Sunday newspaper Le Journal du Dimanche , Macron said , " my handshake with him, it wasn't innocent ", the Associated Press reported Sunday. He added: "I don't believe in diplomacy through public criticism but through bilateral dialogue". "All over the world they're talking about it". And Trump has openly attacked agreements that the U.S.



G7 leaders end summit split on climate change, more united on trade

Bush ultimately reneged on the Kyoto Protocol agreed to by President Bill Clinton in 1997. His stance left him isolated, with Mr Trump's reluctance to reaffirm his commitment clearly annoying German chancellor Angela Merkel , who told reporters: "The entire discussion about climate was very hard, if not to say very dissatisfying".



Portland shocked by stabbings, suspect's extreme views eyed

When confronted by Best, Namkai-Meche and a third man, 21-year-old Micah David-Cole Fletcher, Christian violently attacked them with a knife. Jeremy Joseph Christian is accused of stabbing and killing 23-year-old Taliesin Myrddin Namkai Meche and 53-year-old Ricky Best after they stood up for 2 Muslim women who Christian was allegedly yelling racial slurs at.