Trump, Gulf heads agree on fighting terrorism

While running for the job he now holds, Mr Trump criticised President Barack Obama for not using the term "radical Islamic extremism" and said that refusal indicated Mr Obama did not understand America's enemy. "The Iranian regime represents the tip of the spear of global terrorism", he said. Iran is a Shi'ite Muslim country. The Iranian president championed a nuclear deal with the United States and five other major powers in 2015 that led to the lifting of most sanctions against Iran ...

Ben Ainslie wins place in America's Cup play-offs - but it's no breeze

Emirates Team New Zealand , as the highest finishing challenger, picked Land Rover BAR as their opponents in the semi-finals of the challenger event starting on Sunday. The same six boats race against each other twice, and the top four boats progress into the challenger round. If they top the round robin standings they'll take a bonus point into the final stage of their title defence.

UK Police Studying Whether London Attack Perpetrators Had Accomplices

Ms Dick said: "We don't believe there is but we must make absolutely certain. and as I said we have a very large investigation ongoing and we will be seeking to establish whether anyone else was working with or assisting in any way, or helping in the planning of this attack in the way that you would expect".

'Internal fight' within Washington damaged US-Russia ties: Russian envoy

'Internal fight' within Washington damaged US-Russia ties: Russian envoy

President Trump's top aide and son-in-law, Jared Kushner , was alleged, in an article in The Washington Post , to be trying to establish a "back channel" of secret communications with the Russian government. "I think he did the fearless and courageous thing, and in fact I told him that ... when he called", said Guilfoyle of her conversation with the president.

Tump slams London's mayor in wake of attacks

Eyewitnesses told the BBC the stabbers shouted, "This is for Allah", as they attacked. May called on global communications companies to do more to block cyberspace to extremist groups who use it for recruitment and for encrypted information about plots.

CNN panel mocks Hillary Clinton's election excuses

Subscribe to The World's Most Powerful Women , Fortune's daily must-read for global businesswomen. Hillary Clinton and President Donald Trump were at it again on Twitter in the evening hours of Wednesday, May 31, but the former Secretary of State had a new jab at her disposal when the president insulted her seemingly out of the blue.