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Narrow escape for Brussels after 'nail bomb misfires'

Belgian soldiers patrolling a major train station in Brussels have killed a suspected suicide bomber following an explosion. He said that " it was clear he wanted to cause much more damage than what happened ". It partially exploded and caught fire before blowing up a second time. Prosecutor's spokeswoman Ine Van Wymersch confirmed his death early Wednesday and said no other explosives were found on his body.



Karen Handel's Victory in Georgia Was Bigger Than Trump's

But it could give Republicans a boost in confidence as they struggle to advance health and tax legislation that has been bogged down by infighting and investigations into whether Trump's campaign colluded with Russian Federation in last year's presidential election.


Al-Qaida-linked group says it staged Mali attack

Al-Qaida-linked group says it staged Mali attack

He said the dead include the two civilians who were pronounced dead on Sunday, along with a Portuguese soldier from the European Union mission and a Malian soldier who died Monday from their wounds. One of the attackers was subdued by a French soldier who happened to be at Campement Kangaba over the weekend, according to a witness at the scene. Sunday's violence also came about a week after the U.S.



The Buzz | China invites Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner to visit Beijing

Among those meetings that he omitted was a December meeting with Sergey Kislyak , Russia's ambassador to the USA, and another with the head of a Russian bank. In March, Flynn registered as a foreign agent , revealing that his consulting firm Flynn Intel Group Inc. received $530,000 to lobby the US government on behalf of the Turkish government during the later months of the 2016 election.



Donald Trumps state visit to UK in doubt

The Queen announced the government's legislative programme for the next two years at the State Opening of Parliament . The government, May said in the statement, is committed to working with lawmakers, regional officials and others "to build the widest possible consensus" on Brexit after the hard divorce talks with the European Union opened Monday in Brussels .



Former minister warns PM faces "strong, hard negotiators" as DUP talks continue

May called the election in a bid to increase her majority and strengthen her hand within her party ahead of the Brexit talks. The Sunday Times said ministers within May's cabinet had "let it be known" they would oust the prime minister if they thought she could not pass the government's legislative program in a vote expected on June 28.