President Donald Trump's meeting Tuesday with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is part of a USA effort to offset damage to relations between the two countries from the president's decision to arm Kurdish fighters in Syria . Erdogan urged then-U.S. President Barack Obama to withhold support from Kurdish fighters and instead provide weapons and resources to other Syrian rebel factions backed by Turkey.
Comey. Mr Comey's dismissal has caused an outcry in Washington, with some accusing the president of trying to stifle a probe into alleged Russian links to his election campaign. In the same quiet voice in which he'd been conducting the interview, Trump said, "OK, two waters and a Coke". Republicans said the issues that Trump campaigned on - repealing the Affordable Care Act, cutting taxes and boosting border security - would determine if the party keeps control of both houses of Congress.
Monday evening, after the Post published its story, McMaster stumbled onto a crowd of reporters gathered outside of Press Secretary Sean Spicer's office. Calling Mr Trump's remarks about possible taped conversations "outrageous", senator Mark Warner of Virginia, the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, said his panel or another congressional committee would "absolutely" subpoena the tapes.
A senior European intelligence official told the AP his country might stop sharing information with the United States if it confirms that Trump shared classified details with Russian officials. Throughout the 2016 campaign, Trump slammed Hillary Clinton for storing classified information on her private email server. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, "and they've got to figure out a way to come to grips with all that's happening".
The White House said they also talked about the creation of safe zones in Syria - and lined up a possible face-to-face meeting within weeks on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Germany. The phone call was the first time the two men have spoken since the United States bombed a Syrian airbase allegedly used to launch a deadly chemical attack.
The jail break took place in Buimo jail in the country's second largest city, Lae, but was not reported on publicly until Monday. The PNG Post-Courier and The National newspapers both cited local police as confirming 17 were killed, three were caught and 57 were still at large.
Lee , which sits in the heart of the city. It followed the late April removal of Liberty Monument, a granite obelisk memorializing the 1874 uprising of the Crescent City White League, which attempted to overthrow the state's Reconstructionist government.
It wasn't up to the United States to share, and so doing so really jeopardizes that relationship. "I mean, what could be more important?" BuzzFeed also confirmed The Post's report, with one USA official saying that the disclosures from the president to the Russians were "far worse than what has already been reported".
The Post story quoted H.R. McMaster, the national security adviser, who was involved in the conversation, saying Trump only discussed mutual concerns about terrorist threats. Mark Warner, D-Virginia, say they have not yet heard from the White House on Trump's meeting with the Russian officials. The White House's botched handling of Trump's firing last week of FBI Director James Comey, who was overseeing the bureau's Russian Federation probe, and the president's own volatile ...
The government says it needs US$50 billion a year in foreign capital to get the economy moving, but investors and global banks remain nervous about remaining USA sanctions and Iran's shady financial system. The 56-year-old cleric was a member of the so-called "Death Commission", which presided over the summary execution of thousands of political prisoners in the summer of 1988.
The U.S. embassy is located in Tel Aviv rather than Jerusalem because both Israelis and Palestinians consider the city, one of the holiest sites of all Abrahamic religions, their capitals. does not plan on moving the country's embassy to Jerusalem . The new USA ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, stepped out of the diplomatic protocol by visiting the Western Wall on Monday.
The council has imposed tough sanction measures on the DPRK, which includes banning the sale and transfer of coal, iron and iron ore from the country's territory. "I'm not going to talk about various policy options that we may or may not consider, but I will say this: we are certainly engaged right now in looking at a number of measures - political, economic, security - to deal with these provocative acts by the DPRK, and risky acts in many cases", he said, using the initials of North Korea's ...
Top officials at the State Department, Department of Defense and the USA intelligence community are urging the White House not to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital, warning that such a decision would be harmful to the peace process and carry broader regional risks, a senior administration official and several U.S.
Edwards was in the passenger seat of a vehicle that was driving away from a house party in a Dallas suburb, where police were responding to a report of drunk teenagers. Edwards's death has drawn comparisons on social media to police shootings of other young black men in recent years, and Facebook and Twitter users have taken up the hashtag #JordanEdwards .
He was accused of spying for Indian intelligence agency, the Research and Analysis Wing, and aiding separatist elements in restive Balochistan. Jaishankar added that from India's point of view, if the court says that it has the jurisdiction, it will be quite an embarrassment for Pakistan in terms of the proceedings forward with the death sentence of Jadhav.
Journalists who attended a sales pitch in Beijing on Saturday - before they were ejected by the organizers - said that Meyer mentioned her brother during the presentation, which included a photo of President Trump identifying him as a key-decision maker on the fate of the EB-5 program.
History was made at the shrine of Fatima at 10.30 a.m. local time on May 13 when, amid scenes of great rejoicing and prolonged applause, Pope Francis declared that Francisco Marto and his sister Jacinta are saints. Jacinta and Francisco Marto are to be canonised on Saturday. By the time the Virgin Mary appeared to them for the sixth time, they had been joined by tens of thousands of Catholics who had come to pray with them.
In April, CNN first reported that United States intelligence and law enforcement agencies believed that ISIS and other terrorist organizations had developed new ways to place explosives in laptops and other electronic devices to evade airport security screening methods.
Macron said that he'd work with Merkel on a "road map", and that they needed to work on "deep reforms that are necessary and need common work". She said she would be going into the talks focused "first on what we can achieve together, and not on what doesn't work".
In December 2016, the UN Security Council adopted a historic resolution that condemned Israeli settlement activities as a "flagrant violation of worldwide law". The Israeli Minister of Culture and Sport, Miri Regev, called on the government to close the UNESCO headquarters in Jerusalem and confiscate the building.
Nathan Ulrich, Jennifer Blumin and Blumin's sons aged 10 and 4 were on the flight that left from Borinquen, Puerto Rico, on around 11 a.m. Monday. Four people from NY, including two children were onboard the plane. The people on board the plane were identified as Nathan Ulrich and Jennifer Blumin of NY, along with her 4-year-old and 10-year-old sons. The Coast Guard is now searching for evidence of a crash.
The revelations could further damage Trump's already fraught relationship with USA intelligence agencies. McMaster today suggested that this was implausible because "the president wasn't even aware where this information came from" and that Trump "wasn't briefed on the source or method of the information" that he gave to the Russians-an explanation that raises the question of how the president can be trusted to understand which material is sensitive if he's not told how it was obtained.
The meeting saw a debate over the definition of "hacking". After a massive win of BJP in Uttar Pradesh election, they put these allegations on BJP. "The way controversies are cropping in connection with EVM tampering, this needs due attention", said Desai.
In the past several months, some opinion polls have shown that Schulz, a former president of the European Parliament, will have an edge over Merkel in the coming federal elections. She resigned as her party's regional leader. The party - whose national leader, Christian Lindner, led its election effort in North Rhine-Westphalia - has tended to ally with Merkel's conservatives over recent decades.
Syrian opposition spokesman Salem Meslet said the USA allegations that the Syrian government had built a crematorium to cover up its mass killings were "credible" and not surprising. The Syrian regime, Jones said, "has treated opposition forces and unarmed civilians as one and the same", continuing to "systematically abduct and torture civilian detainees, often beating, electrocuting and raping these victims", and authorizing "the extrajudicial killings of thousands".
It was a case closely watched by LGBTQ advocates, particularly those who were skeptical about whether Attorney General Jeff Sessions would vigorously enforce federal hate crime protections for those who suffered violence or discrimination due to their gender identity or sexual orientation.
FBI Director James Comey says he believed it would have been "catastrophic" to keep Congress in the dark about new developments in the Hillary Clinton email investigation that emerged 11 days before Election Day. "If I find out that people were leaking information about our investigations, whether to reporters or private parties, there will be severe consequences", Comey told the questioner, Sen.
Knightley also questioned the SNP's desire to be in the EU, as aside from the UK Scotland's biggest trading partner is the U.S. rather than a nation from the European continent. Scottish LibDem leader Willie Rennie said: "When the public look at the SNP's performance over the past decade, it's clear that they have failed to make the grade".
The result was that some phishing e-mails slipped through and were activated by users, but were caught by other security systems in place. He believes that state-sponsored cyberespionage groups could also take advantage of the SMB flaw to plant stealthy backdoors on computers while defenders are busy dealing with the much more visible ransomware attack.
The memorandums of understanding add to $57 billion already pledged for the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), a network of rail, road and energy infrastructure that is part of the wider Chinese project also known as the Belt and Road initiative, or One Belt, One Road.
Trump fired Comey on Tuesday, at first saying he accepted recommendations from Attorney General Jeff Sessions and his deputy, Rod Rosenstein, that he be ousted because of the role he played a year ago in the investigation into Trump's presidential election challenger, Democrat Hillary Clinton, and the way she handled national security material on her private email server.
Merkel added that from Germany's perspective it would be plausible to alter European Union treaties, saying "I would be ready to do this, but first we will work on what we want to reform". As well as the political coup of poaching Philippe from the right, Macron is also siphoning off support from lawmakers on the left. It's not clear why there was a delay of several hours before the announcement was made that Mr Philippe had been chosen.
While the mutiny didn't affect cocoa shipments from the country's two main ports, several cities were paralysed as residents stayed home to avoid the soldiers, who were firing in the air to mark their discontent with the government. The renewed mutiny was sparked on Thursday after the spokesman for the mutinous soldiers announced that the group had dropped their demand following a meeting with authorities in Abidjan.
The MEA saying the "trail of blood is of Pakistanis who came from across the border, in this case personnel of Pakistan Army" seems to indicate that one or more Pakistan Army men were also injured in the cross-border raid they carried out. However, he said he will convey the content of the demarche to his government.. Asked at a cabinet meeting what would India's next step be, Union minister Arun Jaitley, who also handles the defence portfolio, had responded, "Have faith in your army".
The White House says this account is not correct. Giving more details about Trump's meetings with Comey, Spicer said Trump was seeking assurances from the FBI director that he wasn't under investigation because he wanted to fight back against "the narrative" building around the Russian Federation story.
The virus, which took control of users' files, spread to 100 countries, including Spain, France and Russian Federation. "The affected company doesn't fall under critical infrastructure, it's not a medical or health service and it is not a big company", he said .
The authorities ordered closure of 87 schools along LoC till further orders in view of recurrent cross-border shelling in the villages located in the forward areas of the district. "The blasts triggered by mortar shelling have caused forest fire at various places in Jhanghar, Seir-Makri, Kalsiyan and Baba Khori areas in Nowshera", said Subdivisional Magistrate Harbans Lal Sharma.
The statement also condemned an April 28 ballistic missile launch by Pyongyang. North Korea, which is banned by UN resolutions from engaging in nuclear and missile developments, has accused the United States of a hostile policy to crush its regime, calling its nuclear weapons a "sacred sword" to protect itself.
The US President told reporters "we can make a fast decision" and that it was "possible" it could be by Friday. He elaborated, "Number one, they're hypocrites, but it's beyond being a hypocrite". If proceedings escalate into the impeachment or trial of the President, Mr Comey is a potential witness. I'm not saying it any way. "Another president, Jeanine will sit in the Oval Office and do practically nothing all day".
At one point National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster, who would later deliver the televised denial, stumbled into the crowd of journalists as he walked through the West Wing. "At no time were intelligence sources or methods discussed and the president did not disclose any military operations that weren't already publicly known", he said during the White House press conference.
In his second full day in office, Macron also hosted a delegation from the International Olympic Committee in the Elysee Palace, a symbolically important gesture of support for the French capital's bid in its heated race against Los Angeles for the 2024 Games.
This is the second win Kim has achieved on the PGA tour , following his success at the Wyndham Championship in August previous year. Kim will have to do the same unless he can win a major in the next few years. Liam Glynn, BoyleSports spokesperson, said: "Hats off to the Dublin savvy punter who picked Si Woo Kim to win the Players Championship at the massive odds of 500/1".
The most disruptive attacks were reported in the United Kingdom, where hospitals and clinics were forced to turn away patients after losing access to computers. The world's biggest ransomware attack levelled off in Europe on Monday, May 15, thanks to a pushback by cyber security officials after causing havoc in 150 countries, as Microsoft urged governments to heed the "wake-up call".
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Iranian refugee Amir Taghinia told BuzzFeed News the move was a ploy by the Australian government to pretend the centre had "closed" while still detaining asylum seekers on the other side of the island. The island's MP, Ronny Knight, has said residents would not accept the detainees to the community and predicted that "disgruntled locals" would "retaliate".
The stop in Brussels is notable as Trump will visit North Atlantic Treaty Organisation headquarters after reversing his position that the organization was obsolete. Saudi Arabia was the driver of the visit there, the officials said, with King Salman bin Abd Al-Aziz inviting regional Muslim leaders to meet with the president.
According to a media report, Mishra, who was sacked by Kejriwal from him Cabinet and suspended from the primary membership of the party, a couple of days ago, was punched, his clothes torn and slapped repeatedly by the assaulter. A chartered accountant by profession, Bhardwaj had quit his job to work for the party, police said. "It is not a dharna but a satyagraha ", Mishra was quoted by the Indian Express as saying.
He said that the unprovoked Pakistan aggression is being responded to by the Indian forces in effective manner. Chief Minister, Mehbooba Mufti, has expressed grief over death of two civilians and injuries to few others in Nowshera sector of Rajouri district today due to cross LoC shelling.
No White House aide appeared on the Sunday news shows, leaving Nikki Haley, the USA ambassador to the United Nations, to defend Trump. Lindsey Graham said it is time for Trump to come clean about whether he recorded conversations at the White House.
When the opposite occurred, Trump grew incensed - both at Democrats and his own communications staff for not quickly lining up more Republicans to defend him on television. But he has shown a repeated willingness to break from White House explanations of the dismissal and its characterizations of the Russian Federation investigation.