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Meeting with NATO leaders in Brussels for the very first time, US President Donald Trump, perhaps afraid of getting lost in the hustle and bustle, was filmed shoving Montenegro’s Dusko Markovic to get to the front of the group.
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Certainly this evening, the neighbourhood cordoned off, houses evacuated and this, the police say, is a matter of safety and precaution. We will certainly keep an eye on the situation in Wigan shortly and see what comes about. Theresa May headed to a Nato summit today to face Donald Trump after intelligence about the Manchester attack.
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President Donald Trump's budget proposal would save an estimated $10 million in 2018 by allowing the United States's wild horses to wind up on someone's plate. The U.S. has long rounded up and sold wild horses that roam through Nevada and other Western states, but buyers have always legally had to promise not to ship horses for slaughter. Horse slaughterhouses are outlawed in the U.S., but not in Mexico or Canada, nor in Europe, where horse meat is considered something of a treat. SEE ALSO: How to defend net neutrality from Trump's FCC Around 75,000 wild horses and burros roam the American West , according to National Geographic , to go along with about 45,000 kept in pastures controlled by the Bureau of Land Management or individual owners. Managing those 45,000 horses and burros drains the agency of about $50 million per year. Read more... More about Newsy and Lifestyle
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as they continue to search a house in Wigan. Exclusive new footage of what's believed to be the bomber at home. There are reports he begged his mother's forgiveness before the blast. And Donald Trump condemns the leaks from his own security services as 'deeply troubling.'.
The Economic Times
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BENGALURU: States in the US are looking to roll out the red carpet for Indian IT services companies, with Indiana offering as much as $31 million in incentives to Infosys as it looks to drum up jobs in the sector. The state plans to woo more Indian IT companies, which need to boost local hires given the political sensitivity over H-1B visas and immigration under President Donald Trump. The incentives being dangled — mostly in the form of tax abatements and one-time grants — are financed by development funds created by most US states. Indiana is offering Infosys one of the largest incentive packages it has ever handed out, more than covering the company’s cost of setting up its centre. Infosys said it will spend about $8.7 million to lease and equip its office space in the state. Indiana’s incentives are in the form of conditional tax grants and training grants.
Daily Express - Style
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MELANIA TRUMP, wife of Donald Trump, president of the United States, ramped up the sex appeal in a tight back dress. It was a case of style wars as Melania and the wife of French president Emmanuel Macron, Brigitte, came face to face in all-black ensembles.
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Sheriff Clarke is a professional liar. Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, breaks it down. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. http://www.tytnetwork.com/join "Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke said a CNN report that he plagiarized parts of his master's thesis could sway President Trump's decision to appoint him to a position in the Department of Homeland Security. "This is about weakening, like I said, the support that I give and that I have with President Donald Trump and Secretary Kelly, it's to weaken their resolve to hang in there with me," Clarke said in an interview that aired Monday with radio host Joe Pags that was first highlighted by CNN. "Will it be successful? It might, but I'm not going to lose any sleep over that," he added. Clarke said last week that he had accepted the job of assistant secretary at DHS’s Office of Partnership and Engagement.
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directly linked to the state of the bilateral political relationship, even though it is annoying and upsetting and should not happen. Is it more about the fact that what is going on between the press and Donald Trump and clearly the press have built up some deep relationships with some deep throats within the intelligence services and perhaps on this?.
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my judgment come from the politics of the relationship, we know that Donald Trump has had a difficult relationship with the intelligent agencies and he said this rather strange things about GCHQ bugging his telephones at the request of President Obama, which we did not care for, and we see this as.
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US President Donald Trump on Thursday intensified his accusations that NATO allies were not spending enough on defence and said more attacks such as this weeks bombing in Manchester would take place unless the alliance did more to stop militants. In unexpectedly abrupt remarks as NATO leaders stood alongside him, Trump said certain member countries owed massive amounts of money to the United States and NATO, even though allied contributions are voluntary, with multiple...
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months now. The questions are where these leaks coming from? There are all sorts of theories, I would but whether it is Obama loyalists who are still in the intelligence agency, whether these are disgruntled cops, whether this is the trumpet message in itself. There is a consensus that seems to be forming that it is certainly aided by the very chaotic nature of Donald Trump was.
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the FBI investigation into whether his team had colluded with Russia. With the demonstration really tried to do, as well as relatives, it say that there is truth to any of this information, this intelligence has been leaked. The focus, the problem, is the leaks themselves. So this is entirely consistent with that message that Donald Trump has been pushing for some.
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comes to this specific incident, there is a feeling that it has had some very negative impacts. It is interesting, Donald Trump's response to this, because it shines very well with what he'd been saying before he left for this trip. He is facing a lot of pressure that vote --. He pressured.
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