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Ariana Grande announces benefit concert for Manchester attack victims

The Deterrence Force said on its Facebook page that "investigation teams supplied intelligence that he was planning a terrorist attack in the capital Tripoli ". The authorities have raised the threat level in the nation from "severe" to a "critical" level. The Guardian and ITV News reported that UK Prime Minister Theresa May was going to raise the issue with US President Donald Trump at a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels on Thursday.


Jeremy Corbyn left spluttering over Labour's childcare figures

Jeremy Corbyn left spluttering over Labour's childcare figures

Erika Uyterhoeven, a 30-year-old from Boston, is one of those lending her knowledge to the Corbyn campaign. She was pressed by Mr Paxman over her climbdowns on a proposed Budget hike in national insurance and her social care changes just days after they were unveiled in the Tories' election manifesto - and what it would mean for the Brexit negotiations.



Jack Nicklaus says Tiger Woods 'needs our help'

Officers said Woods was cooperative but failed a roadside sobriety test. Breath and urine tests showed no alcohol in his system. The golfer is now recovering from back surgery and is expected to be out at least five more months. A police mugshot of Woods looking bleary-eyed and unshaven rapidly went viral after its release on Monday, underscoring the fall from grace of the superstar athlete once renowned as a clean-living, corporate pitchman.



After meeting Assad ally Putin, Macron meets Syrian opposition

Meanwhile, Macron said he wants to cooperate with Moscow over the conflict in Syria and the eradication of terrorist groups, especially IS, adding that he hoped for a democratic transition that would preserve the Syrian state. Reports blamed the hack on Russian-affiliated groups involved in the theft of the Clinton campaign emails. These hacking allegations , he said, were not based on facts.


India didn't win Jadhav case: Pakistan's ICJ lawyer

India didn't win Jadhav case: Pakistan's ICJ lawyer

Khawar Qureshi said Jadhav's case is more about political point scoring than about the law . Aziz further added that the ICJ gave no directives on allowing consular access to India.He said Pakistan's case with respect to the court's jurisdiction and the merits of the case was very strong.