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G7 deadlocks on climate after United States declines to confirm Paris deal

Trump, who for months has delayed a decision on the climate agreement, made his announcement at the conclusion of the G-7 summit in Taormina, Italy . Pruitt was reportedly among those in which Trump confided that he intends to withdraw from the Paris Agreement . Gary Cohn, Trump's chief economic adviser, told reporters at the summit that Trump "continues to study" the Paris agreement.



Manchester bomber was part of a network

According to police, Abedi, who they believe acted alone, killed 22 and injured at least 59 when he detonated an improvised bomb in the foyer of Manchester Arena , in central Manchester, where the pop star Ariana Grande was performing. In an interview with AP from Tripoli, Ramadan Abedi said that he spoke to his 22-year old son five days ago who sounded "normal". He said Salman was getting ready to visit Saudi Arabia for a short Umrah pilgrimage, then planned to head to Libya to spend ...


Cornell took own life: medical examiner

Cornell took own life: medical examiner

After the band went their own way in 1997, Cornell took up the endeavour as a solo artist, often showing his vocal prowess in live performances, be it unplugged or with the backing of a full band. As you should all know, ChrisCornell, along with his band Soundgarden , was one of the key instigators for grunge music. The band released three albums in six years and also performed at an event billed as Cuba's first outdoor rock concert by an American band.


Kayaker attacked by great white shark

Kayaker attacked by great white shark

A bystander who was standing on the shoreline started filming the ordeal as soon as Correriar was launched from his kayak. Correiar says he started swimming for the shore as fast as he could. Correiar didn't know at the time, but a man name Gene Mace was recording the attack and urged his wife to "call somebody". Kyle Franklin, whose wife and small daughter were aboard, called 911 and the Coast Guard.



Brazil's Temer loses another aide as pressure mounts

Demonstrators take part in a protest against Brazil's President Michel Temer in Sao Paulo , Brazil, May 18, 2017. A crowd of nearly 25,000 marched to the presidential palace calling for his resignation, direct election of the next president - the previous one was impeached past year - and an end to the country's austerity reforms.



Former Greek PM's condition stable after letter bomb

Police didn't immediately confirm news media reports that the blast was caused by a parcel bomb. However, there was no immediate claim of responsibility. He was Greek central bank governor from 1994-2002 and vice-president of the European Central Bank from 2002 to 2010. The former prime minister's auto was parked by the side of the road, in front of its escort vehicle.