Trump can not seem to give a straight answer on anti-Semitism

He added that he is also the "least racist person". "I hate the charge, I find it repulsive, I hate the question ", Trump continued, reprimanding the reporter for asking "a very insulting question ". "We will never forget what the Jewish people have endured", Trump said. Trump , as he always does, took the question as a personal attack. I think a lot of good things are happening and you're going to see a lot of love.

Iran, Russia, Syria delegations meet amid Astana peace talks

Last month, talks were held in Astana between Turkey, Russia, Iran and Syria. During the meeting, the two sides conferred on the latest developments in Syria, arrangements for implementation of the current ceasefire in the Arab country, and follow-up measures in regard to the process of Astana talks.

Kim Jong-Un's Brother 'Killed By Two Female Spies' In Airport

Abdul Aziz Ali, police chief for the Sepang district, said the man's identity had not been verified. The woman detained at the Kuala Lumpur airport was identified from CCTV footage at the airport and was alone when she was apprehended, police said.

Malaysia officials: North Korean leader's estranged half-brother slain in Kuala Lumpur

A man believed to be Kim Jong Nam , the eldest son of then North Korean leader Kim Jong Il , looked at a battery of photographers, in May 2001, as he exited a police van to board a plane to Beijing at Narita International Airport, northeast of Tokyo .

Kenyan private doctors to strike after colleagues jailed

Justice Wasilwa's judgement followed a suit filed by the Council of Governors, which had obtained a court order stopping the industrial action that entered its 72nd day on Monday. But the government rejected the CBA, with governors saying they were not involved in the 2013 deal yet they employ 80 per cent of doctors after the Health function was devolved.

Indian child rights activist Kailash Satyarthi's stolen Nobel medal replica recovered

According to police sources, the case of theft at Satyarthi's Delhi residence has been solved. He was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014 for his work to fight against child trafficking in India, which he shared with Pakistan's child education activist Malala Yousafzai, who was chosen for her work on female education.

Tour bus crashes in Taiwan, at least 32 dead

Local media said the passengers had been returning from a trip to a farm in central Taichung when the vehicle went off the road in eastern Taipei. No immediate explanation of the cause of the accident was given. Pictures from the scene of the crash show the bus lying on its side with rescuers checking over the site for survivors. A bus accident in Taiwan last July killed 26 tourists from mainland China, raising concern from officials in Beijing about travel safety.

EU Foreign Policy Chief Meets With Secretary Of State Tillerson, WH Advisers

Federica Mogherini made the remarks on Friday during her first visit to Washington since Trump became US President in January. "We want to work together with as numerous common issues as possible", the European Union foreign minister, Federica Mogherini, said.

Russian friendly-fire hit 'based on Turkish info'

Everything is going according to our plan. The Turkish-led forces entered al-Bab from the northwest, seizing control of several neighbourhoods. Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said the surge towards the city will be "the beginning of the end" for the terror tyrants.

Palestinian Intelligence Chief Meets US Security Officials

As a candidate, Trump repeatedly promised to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital and move the US embassy, including in a meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in September. Trump replied, "I am thinking about the embassy, I am studying the embassy [issue], and we will see what happens". "I want to see peace happen". I'm not someone who believes that advancing settlements is good for peace.

Pakistan Begins Naval Exercises in Response to Indian Maneuver

Commander of the Pakistani naval fleet Vice Admiral Arifullah Hussaini inaugurated the exercise at the Karachi dockyard. Also in the Arabian Sea, the Indian Navy develops Tropex-17 maneuvers, in which 60 ships, five submarines and over 70 naval airplanes, including Su-30 and Jaguar, take part.

Fearing deportations, Mexico warns its citizens in the US

Seven protesters were arrested, said Phoenix police spokesman Sgt. Jonathan Howard. As one of the first people deported under President Donald Trump's new get-tough immigration policy, her case has sparked protests and drawn global media attention.

Melania Trump Settles Lawsuit With Maryland Blogger

It also seems to imply that Melania meant to launch a line of products while serving as First Lady, using her position ("a unique, once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. "The [statements] also constitute defamation per se because they impugned on her fitness to perform her duties as First Lady of the United States ".

Brazil files WTO complaint over Bombardier bailout

But the move risks exacerbating trade wounds with rival jet-making nation Brazil, which has already threatened to take Canada to the World Trade Organization over a $1-billion injection by Quebec for the CSeries. Federal International Trade Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne said Tuesday that Ottawa is prepared to defend its financial support to Bombardier.

Ex-French President Sarkozy to stand trial over campaign spending

The so-called "Bygmalion affair" began after claims that invoices for Sarkozy's campaign were passed off as party expenses. If found guilty, the former president can face imprisonment on charges of fraud, false accounting and breach of trust.

Uttar Pradesh Elections 2017: Rahul Gandhi, Akhilesh Yadav hold roadshow in Agra

It may be noted here that Akhilesh had sidelined Shivpal. The former Uttar Pradesh chief minister further said that he will campaign for Samajwadi Party-Congress alliance. We did not act like a miser friend. In fact, even till past year, the opponents used to say that the u-p government was run by four chief ministers. Aparna is pitted against Rita Bahuguna Joshi, who won the seat as a Congress candidate in 2012.

Slain Jogger's Mother Has Harsh Words For 'Savage Murderer' Suspect In Court

Lewis confessed to detectives that he killed 30-year-old Vetrano after he crossed paths with her on her daily jog along a desolate dirt path nearby her home, sources have said. Police say they tracked Lewis down after going through 911 calls, finding one that reported a suspicious person in the area near the attack. But Forbes said Lewis wouldn't be able to physically overpower the fit Vetrano, who was an avid runner since her high school days.

Netanyahu to Raise Iranian 'Aggression' With U.K's May, Johnson

Speaking ahead of the visit the Labour leader said: "When Theresa May meets the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tomorrow, she has let it be known she will tell him that building settlements on occupied Palestinian land "undermines trust".

Security Forces Demolish Buildings at Evacuated Amona Outpost

The measure is created to protect homes in Jewish settlements, built on private Palestinian property "in good faith or at the state's instruction", from possible court-ordered evacuation and demolition. Last week, following the evacuation of the settlement outpost Amona, Education Minister Naftali Bennett pledged that this was a small setback that will lead to the full annexation of the West Bank.

North Korean chief of secret police sacked, says South

North Korea has fired its spy chief amid an investigation into corruption, abuse of power and torture committed by his agency, according to Seoul. The security chief was one of seven North Korean officials sanctioned by the US Treasury Department on January 11 for human rights abuses.