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Body found during search for Brampton woman allegedly murdered

It was believed that she may have been heading to the Sudbury area. Investigators said they believe Paciorek was murdered somewhere between Brampton and Sudbury. "We're still trying to determine the scene where this incident took place". On Saturday, police arrested Mike Madill, 28, and Amy Macdonald, 37, for first degree-murder in the Sault Ste.

Comey Declines To Testify Before Senate Judiciary Committee

The White House executive summary "contained Mr. Trump's comments, was based on notes taken from inside the Oval Office and has been circulated as the official account of the meeting", the Times said. The Times also claims that a third government official who was briefed on the meeting defended the president and suggested that telling Lavrov about the " pressure " he was under was a negotiating tactic, created to coax concession out of the foreign minister on Syria, Ukraine and a number of ...

Trump calls for worldwide isolation of Iran

The order has been criticized as an attempt for Trump to legally implement his Muslim ban. The president's speech at the Arab Islamic American Summit in Ridyadh, Saudi Arabia, came on the second day of a trip that the administration sees as a chance to "start a new chapter in the history of the region", as one senior administration official told ABC News.

North Korea Fires Another Ballistic Missile Without Warning

White House officials traveling with him said the missile had a shorter range than others tested recently, according to The Associated Press. The projectile took off on Sunday afternoon local time from a location near Pukchang, according to the statement released by South Korea's Office of joint Chief of Staff.

Israel releases record of Trump-Netanyahu meeting

A USA official who is making preparations for President Donald Trump's visit to the Middle East next week rejected a request that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accompany Trump when he visits the Western Wall saying it is "not your territory".

Saudi king slams Iran as 'spearhead of global terrorism'

Making no mention of human rights concerns, the Trump administration framed the massive military deal Saturday as an opportunity to create potentially tens of thousands of new jobs in the USA, adding that it would also reduce the burden on US military forces by bolstering the kingdom's ability to provide for its own security.

North Korea: No joint talks until USA rolls back 'hostile policy'

The White House said it was aware that North Korea had launched a midrange ballistic missile. North Korea has launched an unidentified "projectile" from an area northeast of Pyongyang, South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff confirmed to ABC News Sunday morning.

Donald Trump Lands in Saudi Arabia on First Overseas Visit of Presidency

The president was also scheduled to meet with Bangladeshi Prime Minister Syeikh Hasina on the sidelines of the summit. This week, the Justice Department relented to pressure from Democrats and named former Federal Bureau of Investigation chief Robert Mueller as special counsel to lead the probe.

Trump signs $110 billion Saudi arms deal

The excerpts provided by the White House do not include the phrase "radical Islamic terrorism", which Trump used frequently on the campaign trail. But Saudi Arabia has embraced Trump, after disappointment with his predecessor Barack Obama's perceived distance from the Middle East's problems, and a tilt toward Riyadh's rival Iran.

Trump Calls For Unified Arab World, West Against Radical Islamic Terror

They consider Tehran to be a destablising factor in the region. During a campaign speech in December 2015, he called for a "total shutdown" on Muslims entering the United States "until our country's representatives can figure out what the hell is going on".

Report names Kushner as 'person of interest' in Russian Federation probe

The former director agreed to testify before the Senate intelligence committee after the Memorial Day holiday. Does Team Trump go for the kill, or show some understanding that Comey might have the deadlier ammunition? The New York Times reported last week on a Comey memo indicating Trump had urged him to drop an investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn.

Indian national arrested in Pakistan for carrying incomplete travel documents, jailed

Although Pakistan opted out of compulsory jurisdiction on certain matters in a declaration on March 29, 2017, it has not been successful in shielding itself from the ICJ jurisdiction. Jadhav's case is the latest flash-point in the tensions between Pakistan and India. Pakistan claims its security forces arrested Jadhav from its restive Balochistan province on March 3 previous year after he reportedly entered from Iran.

I'm sorry if we made Trump's presidency possible — Twitter co-founder

Responding to Trump's remark of Twitter having played an important role in his election, Williams, in an interview to the New York Times , "It's a very bad thing, Twitter's role in that. Williams also called the internet "broken" because it rewards extremes. The post Twitter founder regrets Trump's use of platform appeared first on Vanguard News.

North Korea fires ballistic missile in latest weapons test

On April 29, the North fired a ballistic missile from a Pukchang area but it exploded in mid-air minutes after lift-off, the South Korean and US militaries announced at the time. This is the DPRK's answer to the Trump administration'. "Today the USA mainland and the Pacific operational theatre are within the strike range of the DPRK and the DPRK has all kinds of powerful means for annihilating retaliatory strike", North Korea's state KCNA news agency said in a commentary on Saturday.

White House Faces New Pressure on Comey, Russia

Mr Comey is known to produce memos documenting especially sensitive or unsettling encounters, such as after the February meeting. On Friday, the reportedNew York Times Trump told top Russian officials in the Oval Office that Comey was a "nut job" and terminating him had taken off the "great pressure because of Russia".

Bush photobombs a live broadcast of a Texas Rangers game

While that will never happen we need to enjoy watching him appear on talk shows, make appearances and get sound bites from him whenever we can. Bush's photobomb seems to fall in line with the comical lifestyle he told Jimmy Kimmel about during an interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live in March.

Applause, protests greet Pence at Notre Dame commencement

The students knew that if they left that they would not be allowed to re-enter the stadium. "We are not protesting their choice of a commencement speaker", said organizer April Lidinsky of Planned Parenthood and the IRJC. President Donald Trump, in the first stop of his maiden trip overseas, received a regal welcome Saturday in Saudi Arabia, feted by the wealthy kingdom as he aims to forge strong alliances to combat terrorism while pushing past the multiple controversies threatening to ...

Led coalition airstrikes targeted pro-Assad forces in Syria

The coalition then dispatched aircraft to the area after it was deemed the convoy posed a threat to the coalition training facility. They were repeatedly ordered to stop advancing toward a de-escalation zone, but ignored the warning. Both the USA and Russian Federation, which is allied with the pro-Assad forces, have established buffer zones around their separate areas of operation to avoid collateral damage.

Comey Was Allegedly Worried About Rosenstein Appointment

It indicates the White House's initial rationale for Comey's firing -that "President Trump acted based on the clear recommendations of both Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and Attorney General Jeff Sessions", as Press Secretary Sean Spicer said in a statement - was a lie.

Sweden Drops Charges Against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange

When asked about the possibility of legal action against Mr Assange, Prime Minister Theresa May said that it was a matter for the police. Assange isn't completely out of the woods yet on rape allegations with prosecutors in Sweden claiming they can re-open the investigation if he returns to the country by 2020, when the statute of limitations ends.

Trump Toast of Town in Saudi Arabia as Talks Turn to Politics

The Republican is due to give the address on the second day of his eight-day tour - his first overseas as president - which has already seen him sign off on trade and arms deals worth as much as $350bn (£270bn). "This is not a battle between different faiths, different sects, or different civilisations. this is a battle between good and evil". Trump arrived here on a two-day visit accompanied by First Lady Melania Trump and other White House senior officials on Saturday.

U.S. summons Turkish ambassador over violent confrontation

Fire and EMS spokesperson reported two of those who were hurt sustained serious injuries and were taken to hospitals. Video appears to show Erdogan's bodyguards violently breaking up a protest this week while Erdogan was visiting Washington.

Former deputy Federal Bureau of Investigation director: Russian Federation probe is not a 'witch hunt'

President Donald Trump was "scared to death" of him". Senator Mark Warner, the top Democrat on the Intelligence Committee said in a statement that he's optimistic Comey's testimony, "will help answer some of the questions that have arisen since Director Comey was so suddenly dismissed by the President", and that it will, "shed light on issues critical to this Committee's investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election".

Chaffetz hopes Trump didn't call Comey 'nut job' to Russians

Asked on CNN's "Outfront" if he believed Comey is still going to testify, Hurd told Erin Burnett, "I'm pretty confident he is". The Utah Republican, who converted from Judaism to Mormonism while a student at Brigham Young University, is the chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, the House's main investigative body.

Trip to Test Trump's Ambition for Middle East Peace

On Friday, the White House published a one-minute video promoting Trump's trip to the Middle East, which includes a map of Israel minus Judea, Samaria, the Golan Heights and eastern Jerusalem, i.e., the pre-1967 armistice lines. Trump is now planning to visit without being accompanied by any Israeli officials, though there has been speculation over whether that could change. It also motivated Israel and Jordan, in 1994, to conclude another bilateral peace accord.

Man Who Drove Into Times Square Crowd Charged With Murder

The vehicle crashed into a metal stanchion. Assistant chief William Aubry says the 38-year-old woman is among seven people still in hospital following the incident in which a teenage tourist was killed and nearly two dozen other people injured.

Boko Haram Releases 82 Girls Kidnapped In Nigeria

The news shook Africa's most populous country even as it rejoiced in the Chibok schoolgirls' return. "The girls are now lodged in the military barracks and will be flown to (the Borno state capital) Maiduguri tomorrow (Sunday)", the military source said.

Turkish president watches as his security detail beat up protesters in Washington

Department of State is working closely with local authorities concerning this incident", the spokesperson said. Republican Senator John McCain, head of the Senate Armed Services Committee, wants even tougher action. The Kurdish outlet Rudaw published an exclusive video showing the injuries of some of the protesters, including one man with a bloodied face who said: "the Turks attacked me".

Trump speech to Muslims: 'We are not here to lecture'

Saudi Arabia is home to the Islamic world's most sacred sites, notably Mecca, where Muslims are duty bound to perform a pilgrimage at least once in their lifetime. Despite the frank tone, Trump will not raise human rights concerns which have previously distanced the USA from Saudi Arabia and Egypt. Ivanka Trump said that Saudi Arabia has made "very encouraging" progress in empowering women, even though women can not drive and must escorted everywhere by a male relative.

Trump Reportedly Bragged To Russians About Firing 'Nut Job' FBI Director

The New York Times report is further evidence that Trump fired the FBI director at least in part to end the investigation ― something that's only served to bring more attention to it. "I am hopeful that he will clarify for the American people recent events that have been broadly reported in the media", said Senate Intelligence Chairman Richard Burr (R-N.C.).

Uzbek president arrives in Saudi Arabia

The potion of the meeting open to reporters did not include any discussion of human rights in Qatar. The president said the two nations had been "friends for a long time". actions in the region. That speech was denounced by many Republicans and criticised by a number of the United States' Middle East allies as being a sort of apology.

Donald Trump's Saudi trip clouded by domestic scandals

Donald Trump's first overseas trip was overshadowed by new controversies connected to Russian Federation and sacked Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey, hindering the US President's opportunity for a public relations reset.

Aisha Buhari urges Chibok girls to forge ahead

The Chibok schoolgirls freed from the clutches of Boko Haram will return to school in September, Nigeria's minister of women affairs has said. "We have been praying for the release of these girls and any other person adducted". According to her, most of the girls prefer to be within the government facility because they don't want to be reminded of their experiences having to go to their community.

North Korea launches another ballistic missile test, says South's military

The launch comes a week after the North successfully tested a new mid-range missile that experts say may one day be capable of reaching Alaska or Hawaii. Authorities have not received any reports of damage on ships or planes, Suga said. Meanwhile, the Japanese government has opened a crisis headquarters in the wake of North Korea's missile launch and is also gathering and analyzing the relevant information.

Donald Trump Threatens James Comey, Implies He Taped Conversations

Trump said in an interview with NBC News Thursday that Comey told him once at dinner and twice over the telephone that he wasn't under investigation. "I think the point that I made with respect to the tweet is the president has no further comment on this", said Spicer.

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