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Author: 0 Gunshots and explosions at Philippine mall

It was not clear how the gunman smuggled gasoline and an assault rifle into the crowded casino, but the assailant did not fire at people he encountered. "If you are unable to contact them and still hold concerns for their welfare, call the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade". People inside the casino recounted feelings of terror when the shooting occurred.

Author: 0 French troops will remain in Mali until militants are eradicated- Macron

French President Emmanuel Macron says his new administration will push for an worldwide debt relief deal for austerity-weary Greece. Macron said he would take part in the coming weeks in a meeting of the so-called G5 Sahel countries - Chad, Niger, Burkina Faso, Mali and Mauritania - all former French colonies.

Global News Investigators examine Kushner's meeting with Russian banker
Author: 0 Investigators examine Kushner's meeting with Russian banker

Mr Trump returned to Washington after a nine-day overseas tour and immediately went on the offensive, saying the leaks coming out of his administration were "fabricated lies' invented by the media". On Saturday, national security adviser H.R. McMaster told reporters that he "would not be concerned about a back-channel" between Trump and the Kremlin.

Author: 0 Clinton: Trump unleashed 'dangerous' level of hate

Clinton, 69, who is releasing a memoir in the fall recounting her experiences from last year's election, did not mention Trump by name during her almost hourlong question-and-answer session with author Cheryl Strayed. The DNC, Russians, American intelligence, fake news, WikiLeaks , Infowars , Facebook , Twitter bots, The New York Times , Steve Bannon, the media, misogyny, James Comey , Wisconsin Gov.

Author: 0 Trump's Saudi speech puts commerce secretary to sleep

During his visit, he had a different tone, from years ago, calling Islam one of the world's greatest faiths and promised Muslim leaders that the USA will work with them to fight terrorism. While Trump promised that he was "not here to lecture" the Muslim world, his speech went beyond outreach. "Drive them out of the holy land". Trump's Riyadh visit kicked off his first presidential trip overseas, with Saudi Arabia the first stop on a nine-day journey through the Middle East and Europe.

Author: 0 Upton Not Happy With Trump Climate Decision

In a televised address from the White House Rose Garden , the president announced that the U.S. will pull out of the 196-party accord and immediately begin negotiations for a better deal. In it, the former president warned that the United States would risk missing out on the economic benefits of being a part of the Paris agreement . With the move, the United States joins Nicaragua and Syria as the only other non participants to the accord, inked by 195 nations, including ...

Author: 0 Palestinian premier meets Israeli minister after Trump visit

Border crossing to be open 24/7, new industrial zones for Hebron and Jenin, and more building permits for Palestinians is the new package approved by Israel in a confidence-building gesture. The OCHA report warned that thousands of Palestinians in Area C (which is under Israeli control according to the Oslo Agreement signed between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization in 1993) and in East Jerusalem were exposed to forcible transfer policies "due to a coercive environment ...

Global News Gregg Allman, Southern Rock Icon, Dies At 69
Author: 0 Gregg Allman, Southern Rock Icon, Dies At 69

Gregg passed away peacefully at his home in Savannah, Georgia over the weekend. Gregg considered music tours as "essential medicine for his soul", according to his website . In 1995 the band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and won a Grammy Award for best rock instrumental performance for "Jessica" the following year.

Global News Global Peace Index 2017
Author: 0 Global Peace Index 2017

The number of countries seeing a record number of deaths from terrorism rose to 23. Land of the free, home of the fearless - but America may not be the most peaceful spot on earth according to the 11th annual "Global Peace Index," which bases judgement calls on a complex gauge of social, economic and political factors, including rates of homicide and terrorism activities.

Author: 0 Manila shooting: Dozens feared injured after reports of shooting at popular resort

Witnesses told police that gunmen wearing masks and black shirts opened fire inside the hotel, ABS-CBN News reports . Dela Rosa described him as "white, with a mustache" and about 6 feet tall. The Metro Manila Development Authority confirmed a fire had broken out. Police are still conducting clearing operations inside the entertainment complex, which is adjacent to hotel.

Author: 0 Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn face tough questions on live TV

Brexit has been atop the list of main issues heading into this election, and both candidates' capabilities of getting the right deal for Britain in its European Union negotiations was raised. May to have to backtrack on a proposal to scrap a planned cap on care costs. Prime Minister Theresa May is interviewed by Jeremy Paxman during a joint Channel 4 and Sky News general election program "May v Corbyn Live: The Battle for Number 10".

Global News Trump Pulls US Out of Paris Climate Agreement
Author: 0 Trump Pulls US Out of Paris Climate Agreement

Opponents of the move say it threatens to isolate the United States in a global effort to curb the warming of the planet, and leave an opening for countries like China to fill the leadership void. Mr Trump said the Paris agreement disadvantaged the United States, and that he hoped to seek "a better deal ". Democratic mayors of the nation's largest cities are quickly banding together to fight President Donald Trump's crack down on so-called sanctuary cities.

Author: 0 Trump delays moving US Embassy to Jerusalem for now

In accordance with a 1995 law passed by Congress, the president is required to move the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem . President Donald Trump has temporarily waived a United States law requiring the country's embassy in Israel be relocated to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv.

Author: 0 Trump announcement on Paris Climate Change Accord

Calculations suggest withdrawal could release up to three billion additional tonnes of carbon dioxide a year - enough to melt ice sheets faster, raise sea levels and trigger more extreme weather. Speaking to reporters on Thursday, a spokesman for President Vladimir Putin, Dmitry Peskov, said that Russian Federation "thinks highly" of the accords and there is no alternative to it.

Author: 0 France, Italy, Germany 'firmly' believe Paris climate deal can't be renegotiated

Trump is expected to make good on a campaign promise by pulling the United States out of the 2015 accord, three officials with knowledge of the decision said, according to The New York Times . He said: "The Paris accord is very unfair at the highest level to the United States". It's not clear exactly which route Trump plans to take, but he appears determined to undo former President Barack Obama's work on addressing climate change on both a domestic and global level.

Global News President meets with EPA chief on Paris climate pact
Author: 0 President meets with EPA chief on Paris climate pact

In 1997, George W. Bush pulled out of the Clinton-negotiated Kyoto Protocol , which led to years of tension with climate scientists around the world - and worsening problems. Many economists believe the accord would likely help create about as many jobs in renewable energy as it might cost in polluting industries. The immediate impact of Trump's move could be largely symbolic.

Author: 0 Odds on Labour Winning the UK General Election are Dropping!

At the same time , a Labour figure in the Midlands said that although the Tories' social care gaffe had helped them along a bit, leader Jeremy Corbyn's unpopularity was continuing to put off natural Labour voters. That marks a big shift from the 20-point advantage the Conservatives had in April when the election was called. The projections show that she could even have 16 seats less than she needs for a majority, thus meaning that a coalition government would be needed to rule.

Global News Landslides in Sri Lanka: tens victims
Author: 0 Landslides in Sri Lanka: tens victims

They complained that government aid still had not reached the area and they were surviving on food provided by those in nearby villages. While INS Shardul and INS Kirch are expected to reach Sri Lanka by tonight, INS Jalashwan will reach by tomorrow afternoon.

Global News The most entertaining moments from the Election Debate
Author: 0 The most entertaining moments from the Election Debate

In a post that was shared over 13,000 times, it said: "Theresa May". Prime Minister Theresa May has been mocked by opposition leaders for failing to face them in a televised debate just days out from Britain's election. YouGov said it interviewed some 50,000 voters during the course of seven days, applying a modelling technique previously used to project the results of Britain's Brexit referendum and last year's USA presidential election.

Global News House teacher pay plan helps most experienced
Author: 0 House teacher pay plan helps most experienced

McConnell agrees that both health-care and tax reform are essential, and that is why Republicans in Congress are using the reconciliation process to prevent a partisan filibuster of these two critical legislative agenda items", said Antonia Ferrier, a spokeswoman for Mr.

Global News Cyclone Mora hits Bangladesh with heavy wind and rain
Author: 0 Cyclone Mora hits Bangladesh with heavy wind and rain

Bangladesh had raised its highest number 10 weather danger alert as the storm approached with officials quickly evacuating more than 300,000 people to cyclone shelters. Dozens of villages in the districts have reportedly been flooded and many susceptible houses have been damaged fully or partially. He said efforts to assess the full extent of the damage had been hampered by disruption to telecoms links.

Author: 0 Trump Calls Venezuela `Horrible' as Treasury Expands Sanctions

Though there have been some demonstrations in support of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's regime, most are anti-government demonstrations decrying the country's economic collapse under Maduro's government and what the opposition says is the deterioration of democracy.

Global News Trump expected to scuttle Paris climate accord
Author: 0 Trump expected to scuttle Paris climate accord

President Trump has already told close friends and confidants of his plans to withdraw from the climate deal, and he has also discussed with senior White House staff attempting to renegotiate the Paris climate protocols on reducing greenhouse gas emissions - with an eye to making them less onerous to US industry.

Global News Christians Killed in ISIS Attack in Egypt
Author: 0 Christians Killed in ISIS Attack in Egypt

The Tel Aviv municipality building was lit in the colors of the Egyptian flag Saturday night, in a sign of solidarity with Israel's neighbor, a day after a shooting attack left 29 people dead near Cairo. The Libya connection in the Manchester concert bombing and Friday's attack on Christians in Egypt has shone a light on the threat posed by militant Islamic groups that have taken advantage of lawlessness in the troubled North African nation to put down roots, recruit fighters and export ...

Global News Iraqi Shia Force Vows to Enter Syria to Support Assad
Author: 0 Iraqi Shia Force Vows to Enter Syria to Support Assad

They are more focused on fighting Islamic State than Assad and it is not known whether the Syrian Kurds would allow the Iraqi Shia force to use their territory to reach Assad's troops, deployed further south and further west. Undeterred by the coalition's mission objective, the Free Syrian Army announced last Monday a new campaign dubbed " Badia Volcano", a seemingly independent campaign to "cleanse the Badia of Iranian and foreign militias".

Author: 0 United Nations chief Guterres says climate deal is essential

Speaking to reporters on Thursday, a spokesman for President Vladimir Putin said Russian Federation "thinks highly" of the accords and sees no alternative to it. Asked what kind of exchanges Beijing's leaders have had with Trump regarding his decision, Hua said China and the United States "have maintained close communications at various levels" on subjects including climate change.

Global News Tory lead slashed to record low of three points
Author: 0 Tory lead slashed to record low of three points

Speaking in Teeside, the prime minister urged voters to use next week's election to affirm their faith in the decision to leave the European Union . Listen to what he actually says, not what the Conservatives say he has said, or what the Tory press say he has said. "I am still going to vote for him, because in my heart I vote Labour, as my parents did before and my grandparents", she said.

Author: 0 Weather.com trolls Trump over exit from climate change deal

Mr Trump cast his move as part of a bigger "America first" agenda, aimed at restoring U.S. jobs in struggling industries. He said the agreement was unfair to the US, adding it sought to cripple the USA and empower China, India and other developed countries, and called for a deal that is equitable.

Author: 0 After deleting prior tweet, Trump asks world to find out 'covfefe' meaning

He deleted it at 5.50 a.m., and by then, it was re-tweeted more than 100,000 times, making it the career best for Mr. Trump who routinely announces policy and snipes at critics at home and overseas in fewer than 140 characters. "The Twitterverse greeted covfefe's arrival with unfettered rapture", the host said. And that was it for almost six hours before the unfinished tweet was removed from the president's account.

Author: 0 Iranians Vote to Reelect President Rouhani, Reject Hardliner Raisi

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani has pledged to open the country to the world and deliver freedom its people have yearned for after securing a decisive re-election for a second term. Although considered a moderate by Iranian standards, Rouhani was nonetheless the favourite pick for those seeking more liberal reforms in the conservative Islamic Republic.

Author: 0 Trump in Riyadh and Jerusalem: What Might Have Happened?

Trump's move to renew the waiver for six months keeps the USA embassy in Tel Aviv for now. The Jewish state has long urged the US and others to build embassies in Jerusalem , to reflect Israel's claim to the holy city as its capital. Israel captured Arab East Jerusalem during the 1967 Middle East war and later annexed it, a move not recognized internationally. The US president has said he is reviewing whether to fulfil his campaign promise to move the facility to Jerusalem .

Author: 0 Man arrested outside DC Trump hotel with 2 guns

Associated Press writers Sarah Brumfield in Washington and Juliet Linderman in Baltimore contributed to this report . Moles worked at Saint Vincent Hospital in Erie, Pennsylvania, until late 2013, according to Dan Laurent, a spokesman for Allegheny Health Network.

Global News Trump global warming announcement out Thursday
Author: 0 Trump global warming announcement out Thursday

It very likely will take place in Canada, around the same time as the United Nations General Assembly, which starts in New York City on September 12. Like the other officials, that person was not authorized to describe the private discussions by name and spoke only on condition of anonymity. And for the nations that committed themselves to that future, the Paris Agreement opened the floodgates for businesses , scientists, and engineers to unleash high-tech, low-carbon investment and ...

Global News May's lead narrows slightly to 12 points - ICM poll
Author: 0 May's lead narrows slightly to 12 points - ICM poll

But ECB president Mario Draghi on Monday repeated the need for "substantial" stimulus. Eurozone inflation drops to the weakest this year while unemployment in the block falls to 9.3%, the lowest since March 2009. "We suspect that if investors thought that Labour's Corbyn would be next Prime Minister, sterling would be considerably lower", he added. The converse view is that with less room for manoeuvre domestically, she will be able to reject compromises proposed by Brussels and drive ...

Author: 0 Trump claims fake news, Russians laughing, promotes fake news about Kushner

Allen said it's highly likely those sources were people inside the White House , very close to Trump or Kushner. Trump struck back Sunday, after maintaining a limited social media presence throughout his nine-day trip. This would be disturbing enough without considering Kushner's purported goal - to establish a secret back-channel with the Kremlin using Russian communications equipment ".

Global News Hillary Clinton blames others, herself for election loss
Author: 0 Hillary Clinton blames others, herself for election loss

Clinton has been muttering about her loss since she recovered from the initial election-night shock, and it has been ugly. While the New York Times gushingly endorsed her and wrote nonstop negative stories about Trump, Hillary insisted they covered her email scandal "like it was Pearl Harbor".

Global News North Korea accused of breaching South Korean border
Author: 0 North Korea accused of breaching South Korean border

But North Korea's historic ally and main trade partner China said the priority was to push for diplomatic talks. When asked on Tuesday if Beijing was talking to Washington about possible new sanctions, China's UN Ambassador Liu Jieyi said: "It's up to the council to decide what we should do in the current situation".

Author: 0 Theresa May puts 'promise of Brexit' at heart of pitch to voters

She also tried to defend May's move by arguing that "part of being a good leader is having a good, strong team". At one point, Mr Corbyn asked "where is Theresa May , what happened to her" as he defended his own leadership abilities. The Liberal Democrats will claim to be "the real party of business", because the hard Brexit plans of both Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn would wreck the economy.

Author: 0 House committee issues subpoenas; Comey OK'd to testify

However, those three Obama administration officials did not personally receive subpoenas, the sources told the Journal. CNN said the testimony could come as early as next week. Trump has urged leaders of Canada and Mexico to reach him on his cellphone, according to former and current USA officials with direct knowledge of the practice.