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Global Media Turkey says Germany supports terrorism
Author: 0 Turkey says Germany supports terrorism

Ibrahim Kalin told broadcaster CNN Turk: "It's an effort to invalidate all the information we have given them on FETO". The relations between the two countries have already been tense after various German states cancelled and banned political rallies of Turkish politicians before a referendum in Turkey that seeks to significantly expand presidential powers.

Author: 0 Li Keqiang warns Donald Trump against trade war with China

When asked about the dilemma faced by Southeast Asian countries caught in the growing rivalry between Beijing and Washington in the Asia-Pacific, Li said China did not want to see its neighbours compelled to "pick a side". "We don't want to see a trade war between the two nations". "Almost every year I have heard a prediction of the Chinese economy having a hard landing", he said.

Author: 0 Britain's William and Kate praise Paris attacks survivors

Prince William's mother, Princess Diana, died in Paris 20 years ago. The Duke of Cambridge has been reminded of his controversial Swiss ski weekend after a French group performed one of the songs featured during his "lads only" break. They also took a trip to the Impressionist Gallery at the Musée d'Orsay, where they spoke to the curators about the gallery's collections which will be exhibited at the Tate Britain later this year.

Global Media Israel warns Syria after exchange of fire
Author: 0 Israel warns Syria after exchange of fire

Meanwhile, Israel's Ambassador to Russia Gary Koren was summoned on Friday for a meeting with Russia's Deputy Foreign Minister, a day after presenting his credentials to Russian president Vladimir Putin. Presumably, the two leaders discussed Israel's commitment to defending its northern border against attacks by Hezbollah or Islamic groups in Syria, which now includes ISIS.

Global Media Tillerson says State Department spending 'simply not sustainable'
Author: 0 Tillerson says State Department spending 'simply not sustainable'

While he has swallowed a big budget cut, had his chosen deputy vetoed, and been dismissed as invisible in his own building, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is playing a patient game to gain influence by avoiding public conflicts with the White House, six current and former US officials said on Thursday.

Author: 0 Spies Claim Vladimir Putin 'Behind' Donald Trump Wiretapping Drama

A spokesman for May said that the charge, made on Tuesday by Fox News analyst Andrew Napolitano, that the UK's signals intelligence agency GCHQ had helped Obama to wire tap Trump after his victory in last year's USA presidential election, was "ridiculous".

Author: 0 Sole reporter on Tillerson Asia tour is from a conservative-leaning website

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says his department's current spending was not sustainable, and he willingly accepts the "challenge" Trump is proposing in cutting more than a quarter of his agency's budget. "It acknowledges that USA engagement must be more efficient, that our aid be more effective, and that advocating the national interests of our country always be our primary mission", he said of the budget proposal.

Global Media Turkish min. tells United Nations of 'inhumane treatment' by Dutch
Author: 0 Turkish min. tells United Nations of 'inhumane treatment' by Dutch

On Monday, Ankara banned the Dutch ambassador from entering Turkey, also halting diplomatic flights and suspending high-level government meetings. Turkey made a decision to halt any diplomatic connections between the two countries, including preventing diplomatic and political delegations from entering Turkey.

Author: 0 Donald Trump denies White House was pushing 'ridiculous' GCHQ wiretap claim

Napolitano and Fox News , who reported it as the truth. The House Intelligence Committee received a set of documents Friday from the Justice Department in response to their request for materials regarding President Trump's accusation that President Obama wiretapped his phones at Trump Tower during the campaign.

Global Media MS Dhoni rescued from hotel fire
Author: 0 MS Dhoni rescued from hotel fire

In the other quarter-final, MS Dhoni led Jharkhand got the better off Vidarbha . The hotel caught fire early in the morning at 5:30 a.m. "When we were having breakfast at the restaurant.suffocating smell of the smoke alarmed us". "Our jerseys were in our rooms, but under those circumstances, there was no way we could have returned to our rooms", he added. You could barely see beyond 10 metres.

Author: 0 Trump stands by wiretapping claim during Merkel visit

Ambassador Sir Kim Darroch spoke to Mr Spicer after the allegations were described by GCHQ as "utterly ridiculous", in a rare public intervention which was backed by UK Government officials, including Sir Kim and the PM's national security adviser Sir Mark Lyall Grant, in conversations with the U.S.

Global Media Regional Express passenger recalls moment propeller disappeared before her eyes
Author: 0 Regional Express passenger recalls moment propeller disappeared before her eyes

Pictures on social media show the aircraft, registered VH-NRX, on the ground at Sydney on 17 March, missing the whole propeller assembly on its right-hand General Electric CT7 turboprop engine. " The prop has just fallen off the aircraft and standby for further instructions ", the pilots calmly report to air traffic controllers. "We've got normal controls; still able to fly; would require one-six right [runway]".

Author: 0 United Kingdom says U.S. claims about spying will not be repeated

He said: "I don't believe there was an actual tap of Trump Tower". Merkel's phone had reportedly been tapped for years as part of a National Security Agency program, and she was livid when that surveillance came to light in 2015. Donald Trump is learning a harsh lesson: In the White House, words matter. "Of course they wouldn't do it", Ledgett said . Trump has provided no evidence to support his shocking allegation early this month that Obama was responsible for " tapping my phones " ...

Author: 0 Man shot dead after grabbing soldier's gun at Paris airport

The attacker had earlier shot a police officer in the face during a traffic stop in a Paris suburb and then stole a woman's auto at gunpoint to head to Orly. Responding to the attack, the Paris prosecutor Francois Molins said that the attacker, Ziyed Ben Belgacem , shouted terror inciting slogans, before being fatally shot by security staff.

Global Media Chinese Nationals Found In Trunk Of Car At US Border Crossing
Author: 0 Chinese Nationals Found In Trunk Of Car At US Border Crossing

Border patrol officers seized the drugs and have turned the case over to U.S. Immigration Customs & Enforcement (ICE) for further investigation. The officer asked the driver to open the trunk. All four stowaways were removed from the vehicle and led to a secure location for further processing, at which point it was determined that they were Chinese nationals who were in the USA illegally.

Global Media Agra: Twin blasts near Cantt railway station, no injuries reported
Author: 0 Agra: Twin blasts near Cantt railway station, no injuries reported

However, according to the Indian news agency, Archeological Survey of India and law enforcers declared the security check a routinely matter and "played down" the threat. In response to the threat, security has been increased near the Taj Mahal , a popular site for domestic and worldwide tourists. The graphic features a fighter in combat fatigues and black headgear armed with an assault rifle and a rocket-propelled grenade standing near the 17th century monument to love in Agra.

Global Media Canada Goose to debut on stock markets in Toronto, NYC today
Author: 0 Canada Goose to debut on stock markets in Toronto, NYC today

Canada Goose, whose winter jackets have been made famous by the likes of Daniel Craig and Kate Upton, is going public today on stock markets in Toronto and NY. Added Williamson: "PETA will continue to take an active role as a shareholder until Canada Goose makes the kind and business-savvy decision to permanently ban fur, feathers, and other skins, which belonged to animals who were abused and violently killed".