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House Democrats demand Kushner's security clearance be revoked

Although this press team does face a uniquely hard job, the recent resignation of White House Communications Director Mike Dubke is not remarkable, Hagle said. Now this was not a shock to many people. The FBI probe "coupled with the president's habit of undercutting his staff" have "driven away candidates for West Wing jobs that normally would be among the most coveted in American politics", the newspaper reported .



Ariana Grande visits fans in UK hospital ahead of benefit gig

She had suffered a suffered concussion and some crush injuries. The US pop star was photographed on social media hugging youngsters at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital ward, with one father left in tears by the visit. Another 14,200 tickets are on hold for fans who attended the Manchester Arena concert in May, but Ticketmaster said in a statement it is trying to sort through false applications for those tickets and "ensure that tickets go to the actual fans and not the opportunists ...



Theresa May urged to take tougher line against Donald Trump on climate

Brussels and Beijing believe in "the full implementation, without nuances, of the Paris climate agreement ", Juncker said, and underlined that there can be "no backsliding". De Blasio said he is committing to honor the goals of the Paris Accord "alongside mayors across the country" and "on behalf of the people of New York City".



Syria chemical attack was provocation against Bashar Assad: Vladimir Putin

When Kelly asked if he would join European leaders in their condemnation of Trump's decision on the deal, Putin forced another chuckle from the crowd when he remarked that he is not regarded as a European leader. India firmly pitched its INDCs - Intended Nationally Determined Contributions or climate action commitments - against the backdrop of its developmental aspirations.



New WHO chief underscores importance of health as a rights issue

The former health minister and foreign minister, who vowed to make universal health care his priority, won over half the votes from 189 member states in the first round and prevailed in a third-round ballot against Britain's David Nabarro .


Egypt launches second round of air strikes over Libya

Egypt launches second round of air strikes over Libya

This is the fourth such attack on Coptic Christians since December. " They told the men to disembark from the bus, took their identity cards and the gold they had on them, and asked them to the recite the Muslim profession of faith ", said Maher Tawfik , whose niece survived.