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Secret Service investigates Turkish president's security detail's clash with protesters

Secret Service investigates Turkish president's security detail's clash with protesters

However, the State Department said "violence is never an appropriate response to free speech, and we support the rights of people everywhere to free expression and peaceful protest". Turkish officials said demonstrators were "aggressively provoking Turkish-American citizens who had peacefully assembled to greet the President". "The Turkish-Americans responded in self-defense", the statement said.



Trump returns home from overseas

Back after a nine day overseas trip, President Donald Trump returned to a familiar plan of operations on Sunday, as he used Twitter to jab at his critics and the news media, vowing to push ahead on his legislative agenda in the Congress, and making clear he wants a crack down on leaks from the U.S.


Trump keeps world waiting on Paris deal

Trump keeps world waiting on Paris deal

Axios reported Sunday that Trump has told the Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt and others that he will leave the Paris Agreement , the landmark agreement made under President Obama with another 174 countries - among them China and India - as well as the European Union.



Kelly says Kushner's Russian Federation back channel was 'acceptable'

The administration had hoped Mr Trump's nine-day turn in the global spotlight would offer a respite from relentless coverage of an ever-widening probe into Russian meddling in last year's election and possible collusion by the Trump campaign - with its endless barrage of newspaper scoops and explosive revelations.


US Senate intelligence panel requests Trump campaign documents

US Senate intelligence panel requests Trump campaign documents

The Times said some of the Russian officials bragged about ties to Mr Flynn, and others thought they could use Mr Manafort's association with former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych, who led a pro-Russian political party, to their advantage.


Twin bombings in Baghdad, one claimed by IS, kill 24

Twin bombings in Baghdad, one claimed by IS, kill 24

Military and political analysts expect that it could take several days for the Iraqi forces to gain hold of these territories, before making their final push for the Old City. France is believed to be the only Western country actively hunting its citizens in Iraq and Syria - a situation acknowledged by experts as unchartered legal territory .