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Days after U.S. President Donald Trump told Muslim leaders of the need to unite to stamp out terrorism and extremism, a man on a train in the northwestern U.S. city of Portland, Oregon, targeted two teenagers with an anti-Muslim rant, then killed two people and wounded another who confronted him. The response from local and state officials to Friday's attack, as well as others from other parts of the country, has included strongly worded statements declaring that that type of hateful attack has no place in their communities or the United States. Portland Police have said one of the two young women on the train was wearing a hijab, and that the attacker ranted on many topics using "hate speech or biased language." "Two men lost their lives standing up to somebody spewing hateful words directed at Muslim passengers on an afternoon commuter train," said Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler.
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what's ballistic missile into the sea of Japan missile launch 9th this year through immediate condemnation from so who is Stephen Evans vs III missile test did apparently successfully in 3 weeks indicating the North Korea is making progress towards it's stated aim of having missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads if successful test puts more pressure on North Korea's adversaries president trump has been contemplating military action but there are difficulties particularly now that North Korea has the ability to fire missiles from mobile trucks which can't be detected easily before launch an Australian fisherman has told of his close encounter with a great white shark That Leapt into his small boat north of Sydney she was picked up by a marine rescue team and.
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The head of Germany's domestic intelligence agency says he hopes cooperation with the U.S. won't become more difficult under President Donald Trump, arguing that the Americans also need information from European agencies
Mashable
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Call it a perfect circle if you like. For those who follow fashion, you'd know of Australia's Margaret Zhang, who's had a stunning rise from blogger to a huge name in the world of couture. SEE ALSO: Pete Souza pauses the Trump shade to photograph President Underwood in D.C. Zhang returned to her digital roots, of sorts, by appearing on the cover of Australia's ELLE Magazine that was shot on an iPhone. Shot during sunset on Bondi Beach by fashion photographer Georges Antoni, it's the first magazine cover in Australia shot with the iPhone 7 Plus' portrait mode, and follows similar work in the U.S. with Billboard magazine back in February. Read more... More about Australia , Fashion , Margaret Zhang , and Lifestyle
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this launch as absolutely unacceptable and says they will take, "Concrete action with the United States." The United States has said that President Trump trump has been briefed on this launch but no further comment from them at this stage
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if successful test puts more pressure on North Korea's adversaries president trump has been contemplating military action but there are difficulties particularly now that North Korea has the ability to fire missiles from mobile trucks which can't be detected easily before launch 6 out of 10 parents have confessed to borrowing money from the piggy banks and other savings of their children a survey for the Nationwide Building Society suggests that mums and dads Penshaw almost £50 every year from their offspring excuses offered including need English change for parking metres and paying for school lunches more than a third of the parents question admitted never paying back what they say and that's all for me until 7:30 and not guilty.
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The Iran Project
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They called for the returning of the bodies instead for proper funeral services. “The martyrs' families announce that depriving them of burying their sons in accordance with their wish can be construed as a crime which will be added to the first crime of liquidating them in the field, the families said. On May 23, Bahraini forces raided the village of Diraz, which has been under a military siege for almost a year, and stormed the home of Sheikh Isa Qassim, the spiritual leader of Bahrain's Shia majority. Regime forces killed at least five demonstrators, wounded dozens and arrested over 280 people during the crackdown. The raid, which came a few days after US President Donald Trump said Washington sought to improve ties with Manama, stoked tensions in the tiny Persian Gulf state where the US Fifth Fleet is based. Bahrain was rocked by mass protests in 2011, but the fresh wave of anti-regime protests broke out on May 21, when a Bahraini court convicted Sheikh Qassim of illegal collection of funds and money laundering.
The Iran Project
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IRNAUK Trade Envoy to Iran Lord Norman Lamont told Bloomberg that Donald Trump’s statements about Iran during his trip to KSA and the Occupied Palestine was a mistake and that Iran deserves a better reaction from the West. talking to Bloomberg Lamont said, “President Rouhani was quite outspoken during the election campaign not just about getting trade and investment into Iran but also about improving relations with the outside world.” Saying that Rouhani specifically mentioned Saudi Arabia, and stressed that there is no need for this tremendous enmity between the two, he added, “I felt it was sad really that President Trump could not even acknowledge when he was in Saudi Arabia what President Rouhani had said.” Answering a question about the way to deal with Iran, he said that Iran deserves a better reaction from the West. Lord Lamont said, “No attention is paid to the insecurity of Iran, a country which has been invaded by its Arab neighbor in the past, and yet the West goes on pouring arms to the enemies of Iran.
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By Tom Engelhardt | ( Tomdispatch.com ) | Hes huge. Outsized. He fills the news hole at any moment of any day. His over-tanned face glows unceasingly in living rooms across America. Never has a president been quite so big. So absolutely monstrous. Or quite so small. Hes our Little Big Man. I know, I know... he induces panic, fear, anxiety, insomnia. Shrinks in liberal America will tell you that, since November 2016, their patients are more heavily medicated and in worse shape. Hes a nightmare, a unique monster. Its been almost two years since he first entered the presidential race and in all that time I doubt theres been a moment when the cameras havent been trained on him, when he wasn't breaking news. (By May 2016, he had already reportedly received the equivalent in earned media of nearly $3 billion in free advertising.
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South China Morning Post
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel has urged European Union nations to stick together in the face of emerging policy divisions with the US, Britains decision to leave the bloc and other challenges. Speaking at a campaign event held in a Bavarian beer tent, Merkel suggested that the G7 summit in Italy that ended Saturday had served as something of a wakeup call. G7 leaders were unable to reach unanimous agreement on climate change after US President Donald Trump said he needed more time to...
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