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Mattis Says War with N.Korea Would Be 'Catastrophic'

Mattis Says War with N.Korea Would Be 'Catastrophic'

Heavy fighting against Isis militants continues in Mosul, Iraq, with local forces supported by a US-led air campaign. "People who have had tried to leave that city were not allowed to by Isis". "The bottom line is it would be a catastrophic war if this turns into a combat if we're not able to resolve this situation through diplomatic means", he added.



Conservative lead over Labour 'shrinking' as vote approaches

Mr Corbyn said: "I'll obviously open discussions with the Government in Scotland and listen very carefully to what the Scottish Parliament says". The Prime Minister was seen as best choice to represent Britain on the world stage, lead negotiations on Brexit and reduce net migration, while Mr Corbyn was rated best to improve the NHS, look after the interests of hard-working families and protect older people.



European allies see the two sides of Trump

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas "assured me he is willing to reach for peace with Israel in good faith, and I believe he will", Trump told U.S. Throughout Saturday's speech, the president recounted the highlights from his nine-day trip, which began with meeting Arab leaders in Saudi Arabia a week ago, a trip to see Pope Francis at the Vatican and concluded at the G7 Summit on Saturday.



Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn to face questions on live TV

When asked how much the United Kingdom was prepared to pay Brussels, she said: "It isn't a question of what it's worth paying to get out, it's a question of what is going to be the right deal for us to leave the European Union, which will stop us from paying huge sums of money into the EU every single year, which will enable us to have control of our money, of our borders and our laws".



Trump honors fallen and families in Memorial Day address

Trump first placed a wreath in Arlington at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier a day ahead of his inauguration. As the anthem played, Trump swayed back and forth while patting his chest before beginning to sing along to portions of the song with a bit more enthusiasm than some consider appropriate for the occasion.



Putin visits France, hopes to mend strained ties with West

It was part of what he called a "frank exchange " with President Vladimir Putin when he welcomed him to Versailles. Against the gilded backdrop of the Palace of Versailles, Macron and Putin pledged to work with each other to fight terrorism.