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Live Updates: In Brussels, Trump Scolds Allies on Cost-Sharing, and Stays Mum on Article 5 - New York Times
New York Times
Live Updates: In Brussels, Trump Scolds Allies on Cost-Sharing, and Stays Mum on Article 5
New York Times
President Trump and the United States delegation met in Brussels on Thursday with European representatives including Donald Tusk, president of the European Council; and Jean-Claude Juncker, president of the European Commission. Credit Stephen ...
Trump tells Nato allies to pay up
President Trump promises to review Manchester investigation leaks after anger from Britain
Los Angeles Times
Trump lectures NATO leaders about immigration and payments
The Boston Globe
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Attack leaks 'deeply troubling', says Trump - Sky News
Attack leaks 'deeply troubling', says Trump
Donald Trump has said intelligence leaks related to the Manchester attack in the US was "deeply troubling". Attending his first NATO summit in Brussels, the US President also condemned the deadly suicide bombing as "barbaric and vicious" and led other ...
Trump says US leaks of evidence in Manchester bombing are 'deeply troubling', vows 'to get to the bottom of this'
Manchester Bombing: Trump Calls Alleged Intel Leaks 'Deeply Troubling'
Trump is asking the DOJ to investigate intelligence leaks stemming from the Manchester bombing
The Boston Globe
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Trump handshake showdown: France's Macron just won't let go - Daily Mail
Trump handshake showdown: France's Macron just won't let go
BRUSSELS (AP) - U.S. President Donald Trump met his match in a handshake showdown with France's new president, Emmanuel Macron. At their first meeting, ahead of a NATO summit in Brussels on Thursday, the two men locked hands for so long that ...
Trump praises Macron's 'great job' to win French election
France's Macron calls for more European security cooperation and intelligence-sharing after Manchester attacks
Trump handshake showdown: France's Macron just won't let
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Trump and Obama are having very different trips to Europe - Washington Post
Trump and Obama are having very different trips to Europe
Thanks to an awkward coincidence, President Trump is in Brussels at the same time as predecessor Barack Obama is in Berlin. These two trips are certainly offering contrasting views of the United States's relationship with Europe. Obama was in the
Manchester bombing: 'Heartbroken' Barack Obama tells Berlin crowd he will bring young people together
Obama and Merkel reprise double act in Berlin love-in
Obama given rock star welcome in Berlin
U.S. News & World Report
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US warship sails near reef in challenge to China - Sky News
US warship sails near reef in challenge to China
The incident is the first time the Trump administration has challenged China's claims to disputed waters in the South China Sea. 15:50, UK, Thursday 25 May 2017. USS Dewey. Image: The USS Dewey sailed near Mischief Reef. China has accused the United ...
Beijing warns US warship trespassed in its waters
Beijing protests after US navy patrols South China Sea
US warship in South China Sea: China calls it 'provocative action', urges America to 'correct mistake'
Times of India
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Action on climate change is cheaper than inaction
2014 warmest year since records began
COP20 — Lima Climate Conference
Ebola Outbreak In West Africa
Foreign aid: rebounds in 2013 to highest levels ever despite budget pressures, but still way below promised amounts
Foreign aid: shortfall since 1970 almost $5 trillion; greater than aid given
75% of the world’s large carnivores are now in decline while rhino poaching continues to soar
Tobacco kills. Higher taxes and advertising controls work
COP19 - Warsaw Climate Conference
Global warming has not paused, unfortunately
Surveillance State: NSA Spying and more
World military spending in 2012 was just over $1.7 trillion. This was the first fall, albeit a small one, since 1998, despite economic conditions
Austerity and Structural Adjustment for Europe
19% of reptiles under threat of extinction and 100 million sharks being killed each year
Even a small increase in global temperature will have a severe impact on coral reefs
Rhino hunting on increase
The world is awash with money; trillions hidden offshore
Global arms sales sharply increased in 2011 compared to 2010
COP18 - Doha Climate Conference
Rio+20 UN Conference on Sustainable Development
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Manchester attack: Trump condemns media leaks
US president says leaks of the investigation into the Manchester attack to the US media are "deeply troubling".
Trump tells Nato allies to pay up
The president said "massive amounts of money" were owed, which was unfair to US taxpayers.
Charlie Gard's parents lose life support court appeal
Appeal court judges rule doctors can stop life-support treatment to eight-moth-old Charlie Gard.
Fred Talbot guilty of sex offences on trips to Scotland
The former TV weatherman indecently assaulted boys on school trips to Scotland in the 1970s and 1980s.
Net migration to the UK falls to 248,000 in 2016
More EU citizens left the UK, and fewer came, after the Brexit vote, new figures show.
General election: UKIP pledges to tackle radical Islam
Launching the UKIP manifesto, Paul Nuttall says the "cancer" of radical Islam must be "cut out".
Republican 'body slam' caught on Guardian reporter's tape
A Guardian reporter recorded the moment he was allegedly assaulted by a Republican candidate.
Zahid Hussain guilty of fairy lights bomb plot
Zahid Hussain had been considering attacking the main Birmingham to London railway line.
Ramadan 2017: First day of fasting expected May 27
Saudi Arabia has called for moon sighting on Thursday evening. If no moon is spotted, fasting begins on Saturday.
Saharanpur blocks internet after caste violence
Police arrest 24 people and authorities suspend online services after clashes erupt in region of Uttar Pradesh state.
OPEC extends cuts in oil output by nine months
The world's oil exporters met in Vienna to decide how to reduce output, as falling prices continue to plague economies.
Libyan coastguard opens fire at migrant boats: NGOs
Seventy refugees jump in Mediterranean out of fear of being shot as speedboat interrupts rescue, aid organisations say.
NewsGrid - Al Jazeera's interactive news hour
Live every day at 15:00 GMT, our interactive news bulletin gives you the opportunity to engage with our team directly.
UN alarm over conditions for Palestinian prisoners
UN rights chief expresses concern as health of hunger-striking prisoners in Israeli jails 'deteriorates significantly'.
Mindanao: Air raids target fighters holed up in Marawi
Security forces bomb ISIL-linked fighters in besieged southern city, but clashes also left at least six soldiers dead.
ECHR highlights Romanian domestic-violence failures
European Court for Human Rights finds lack of commitment in Romania to address domestic assault despite legal framework.
NATO troop increase plan draws criticism in Afghanistan
NATO set to discuss sending more soldiers to Afghanistan, but many in Kabul fear such a move could prolong war.
Manchester attack probe widens with arrests in Libya
Suspect's father held in Tripoli says 'everything was normal' with his son days before, as UK police make eight arrests.