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Hope Trump will rethink decision on Paris deal: Rajnath

Hope Trump will rethink decision on Paris deal: Rajnath

Republican candidate Ed Gillespie told Independent Journal Review that if elected he would not have Virginia join the " U.S. Climate Alliance " started by New York, Washington, and California. "What the president based his decision on is a memo that is totally false", Pelosi said today on ABC's "The View". That's not entirely fair to Nicaragua, though - it stayed out of Paris in another kind of protest: It felt the voluntary pact didn't go far enough to fight climate change .



Trump '100 Percent' Willing To Testify Under Oath About Comey Conversations

After Trump warned on Twitter that he may have "tapes" of that conversation, Comey passed along the memo to a friend at Columbia Law School. Comey said Trump did not attempt to get him to drop the overall Russia investigation, just the part of if that related to Flynn, who the president fired in February for misleading US Vice-President Mike Pence about the extent of his conversations a year ago with Sergei Kislyak, Russia's ambassador to the United States.



I'm here as long as you want me, Theresa May apologises

The DUP leader declined to give details of what she termed a " positive engagement with the Conservative Party ", but said she would be travelling to London late on Monday for discussions with her team of 10 MPs before a meeting with Mrs May at Downing Street on Tuesday.


Qatar pulls all its troops from Djibouti-Eritrea border

Qatar pulls all its troops from Djibouti-Eritrea border

Mr Sharif started his journey back home late on Monday night. Saudi Arabia's foreign minister insists there's no blockade on Qatar and says his country will provide food and medical supplies if needed. Saudi Arabia and its allies severed diplomatic and economic ties with Qatar earlier this month, after accusing it of supporting terrorist groups, a charge denied by Doha .


North Korea Defies UN Sanctions, Fires Anti-Cruise Ship Missiles

North Korea Defies UN Sanctions, Fires Anti-Cruise Ship Missiles

North Korea's weapons tests intend to build a nuclear and missile program that can resist what it sees as hostility from the U.S.and South Korea. Thursday's launch is also aimed at pressuring Seoul and Washington ahead of a planned summit between Moon and Trump late June, said Hong Hyun-ik, analyst at the Sejong Institute think tank.