May 25 2017
"After President Trump delivered his speech in Saudi Arabia, Sunday, which was carefully bereft of words like "radical Islamic terrorism", instead using more moderate terms like "Islamic terrorism", Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif accused Trump of deliberately "milking" the Arabs for sealing an arms deal with the United States and other future investments.
"This is really a stunning achievement".
Rouhani also criticized a meeting U.S. President Donald Trump attended in Saudi Arabia, describing it as a "show-off" that "will not have any political and practical values".
"Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques greets Mrs Trump". But obstacles have emerged that may complicate the relationship between the White House and the Knesset.
Trump, wearing a yarmulke, on Monday became the first sitting president to visit the Western Wall. He toured the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, which by Christian tradition is where Jesus was crucified and the location of his tomb. From there Mr Trump was whisked by helicopter to Jerusalem to start a 28-hour visit heavy on symbolism and littered with political minefields.
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During a screening of the Guardians of the Galaxy sequel, he asked her to "take it outside" when her texting became a distraction. Crystal Cruz said she only pulled out her phone to let her friend know she was safe. .
But Trump departed for Europe having offered no real indication of a path forward on one of the world's most intractable disputes.
The US President in his speech to Arab heads of state in Riyadh, continuously attacked Iran for funding arms and training militias in order to spread destruction and chaos in the region.
Trump in his speech called Hamas a terror group, leading to this response from the group that controls Gaza: "The depiction of Hamas as a terror organization by Trump makes clear the American bias on behalf of the occupation, and is aligned with the enemy's policies". Trump approached alone and placed his hand on the stone. They were joined by Netanyahu and his wife, Sara, as well as daughter Ivanka Trump and Kushner. The US has never recognized Israeli sovereignty over parts of the Old City seized in the 1967 war.
The White House struggled to answer the question. Trump himself never commented. Gulf Arab countries long have been suspicious about Iran, and the Obama administration's nuclear negotiations furthered their worries about Iran's regional intentions. Many however, interpret both of the aforementioned initiatives, at least in part, as being both out of a shared concern between Israel, the Gulf States and the USA of a rising Iran. He has taken a tougher line on settlements than Israeli officials had expected, urging restraint but though not calling for a full halt to construction.
President Trump landed in Tel Aviv, Israel, on May 22, as part of his first worldwide trip as president.
May 25 2017
Previous owner of Elvis jet says he designed red interior
It has been in the hands of a private collector and housed at the Roswell International Air Center for about 30 years. It's said that the plane was "One of the first Elvis owned... he spent hundreds of thousands modifying it".
May 23 2017
Why Trump is on track to disappoint Israel's Netanyahu
The alleys and passageways of Jerusalem's ancient Old City, which Trump visited later in the day, were essentially under lockdown. That refrain echoed the Saudi King Salman's description of the Iranian government as "the tip of the spear of global terrorism".
May 23 2017
Senate confirms Iowa governor as China envoy
Their first meeting took place in 1985 when Xi was then a local provincial official who led an agriculture delegation to Iowa. For years, USA farmers have complained that China cancels previously purchased US soybean orders without any penalty.
May 23 2017
US extends 'temporary protected status' to Haitians until January
Senator Edward Markey. "Progress has been made in Haiti, but the country is still far from recovered". Stephanie Murphy and two Democratic gubernatorial candidates, Gwen Graham and Andrew Gillum .
May 22 2017
Next stop for Trump is Israel, in pursuit of 'ultimate deal'
Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have not had substantive direct talks since 2010. He singled out Iran, saying it had "fuelled the fires of sectarian conflict and terror" in the region for decades.
May 22 2017
Comey Declines To Testify Before Senate Judiciary Committee
Trump later told NBC of firing Comey: "I was going to fire regardless of recommendation". He should reconsider his decision", they added.
May 20 2017
Fernando Gaviria wins his 4th stage of this year's Giro d'Italia
Overall, Tom Dumoulin (Sunweb) remained 2min, 23sec ahead of 2014 victor Nairo Quintana (Movistar) and 2min 38sec ahead of Bauke Mollema (Trek-Livestrong).
May 20 2017
Comey to testify in public before Senate Intelligence Committee
But it appears Comey has chosen to testify just once more before Congress. "I'm not under investigation". Trump also called Comey a "nut job".
May 19 2017
Titles more important than top four to Manchester United, says Mourinho
Mourinho said United were unlikely to appeal the decision, despite feeling the red card was harsh. "I will analyze the individual performances of the players and try to understand who can give me a little bit more for the final".
May 19 2017
Group linked to NSA spy leaks threatens sale of new tech secrets
Spokesperson from Microsoft has already said that they will be preparing a response for this claim from the hacking group. What subscribers will do with these exploits and data will be up to them, the group said.
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