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  • US President Donald Trump refuses to sign G7 joint statement threatens to escalate trade war

    Quebec (Canada): US President Donald Trump has refused to sign a communique endorsed by the G-7, a move that threatens to snowball into a full-fledged trade war with his allies. Moments after Canada’s Justin Trudeau’s released the joint statement, noting it had been agreed to by all seven countries, Trump ripped through the façade of cordiality and accused the Canadian Prime Minister of making “false statements.”

  • G7 agreement may leave US out, Emmanuel Macron warns Donald Trump

    Quebec: The President of France warned on Thursday his counterpart, the US President, that the G7 Summit could end with an agreement signed by only six countries and without the US. “The American President may not mind being isolated, but neither do we mind signing a six country agreement if need be,” Macron said on Twitter, referring to the other G7 member states, France, Canada, Germany, Japan, the UK and Italy.

  • Trump aide fired for joking on cancer-stricken McCain

    Washington : Donald Trump has sacked an aide who said cancer-stricken Senator John McCain’s opposition to a presidential nominee did not matter because “he’s dying anyway,” the White House announced onn Wednesday.

  • Melania Trump reappears after vanishing act sparks speculation

    Washington, Melania Trump attended a White House event for military veterans today, ending a 25-day absence from the public eye that had sent the rumor mills into overdrive.The US first lady, known for her privacy and independence, had not been seen in public following a surgery last month.

  • Donald Trump-Kim Jong-un meet to take place at 9 am on June 12: White House

    Washington: US President Donald Trump would meet North Korean leader Kim Jong-un at 9 am Singapore time on June 12, the White House announced today. “I can tell you the president has been receiving daily briefings on North Korea from his national security team, and I can also tell you the schedule tentatively, for that first meeting will be on June 12 at 9:00 AM Singapore time, and take place June 11,

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    US President Donald Trump to host iftar dinner next week in White House

    Washington DC: United States President Donald Trump is set to host an iftar dinner at the White House next week to celebrate the holy month of Ramzan. According to a White House official, the iftar dinner is scheduled to be held on June 13. A guest list was, however, not made available by the office, according to Politico.

  • Great kings should not talk face-to-face

    The on-again off-again on-again United States-North Korea summit recalls a scene from a BBC television series on the Crusades. When England’s Richard, the Lion Heart, wants to meet Saladin, the Muslim chief says great kings should not talk face-to-face until all disagreements have been removed. Bearing that in mind, Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un have wisely charged their diplomats to prepare the ground for the rescheduled Singapore meeting on June 12. But

  • Kim Kardashian to meet Trump to free a prisoner Alice Marie Johnson

    Washington D.C.: Reality TV star Kim Kardashian will be meeting United States President Donald Trump on Wednesday to free Alice Marie Johnson, a 62-year-old woman who is serving a life sentence without parole for a nonviolent drug offense.

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    Mexico will finance border wall says Donald Trump

    Washington: US President Donald Trump has insisted he will have Mexico pay for the construction of the border wall he has promised to build with the country. As Trump failed to get the US Congress to approve the wall being built with federal funds, he has returned to his initial proposal that it will be the Mexicans who finance the wall, reports Efe news.

  • N.Korean official arrives in Beijing en route to US

    Beijing: A senior North Korean official arrived in Beijing on Tuesday en route to the US to hold preparatory talks over a possible summit between the leaders of the two countries, media reported. After arriving in Beijing earlier in the morning, Kim Yong-chol, vice chairman of the Central Committee of North Korea’s Workers’ Party, reserved a flight to New York, reports Yonhap news agency.

  • Donald Trump, Shinzo Abe say ‘imperative’ to dismantle North Korean weapons

    Washington: US President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe agreed today that it is “imperative” to completely dismantle North Korea’s nuclear weapons and ballistic missile program, the White House said. The US and Japanese leaders will meet ahead of a much anticipated summit with North Korea’s Kim Jong Un back on schedule for June 12 in Singapore just days after Trump announced he was

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    US delegation in North Korea to arrange Singapore summit: Donald Trump

    Washington: A US delegation is in North Korea to make arrangements for the Singapore summit on June 12, President Donald Trump said today, adding hope for his meeting with the reclusive nation’s leader Kim Jong Un. Trump also said he sees “brilliant potential” in Pyongyang.

  • Here is why Donald Trump, Stephen King blocked each other

    Washington D.C. : American author Stephen King on Thursday revealed why United States President Donald Trump has blocked him on microblogging platform Twitter. “I might have said he had his head somewhere where a certain yoga position would be necessary to get it there. And that was it, man. That was it,” King told “Late Show” host Stephen Colbert, according to Fox News.

  • Yet another blow to Donald Trump

    Reports that North Korea on Thursday blasted away tunnels used for nuclear tests need to be taken with more than a pinch of salt. These tunnels were reportedly blown up in the presence of a team of foreign journalists. Yet, when it comes to the North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-un, it is hard to sift fact from fiction. According to news reports, the nuclear site, located in a remote part of the