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Donald Trump warns it is 'calm before the storm' amid reports he will decertify Iran nuclear deal
Donald Trump warns it is 'calm before the storm' amid reports he will decertify Iran nuclear deal

Donald Trump said on Thursday night that it was the "calm before the storm" amid reports that he will announce next week that he will "decertify" the Iran nuclear deal. The US president earlier said that Iran had "not lived up to the spirit" of the nuclear deal. Mr Trump summoned reporters to the State Dining Room at the White House on Thursday evening, where he was hosting a dinner with military leaders. "You guys know what this represents?" Mr Trump asked. "Maybe it's the calm before the storm. Could be the calm, the calm before the storm." Donald Trump speaks at a briefing with senior military leaders including defence secretary Jim Mattis,...

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US 'deeply disturbed' by arrest of Istanbul consulate staffer

The United States on Thursday said it was "deeply disturbed" over the arrest by Turkish authorities of a local staffer working at its consulate in Istanbul, saying the charges against him were baseless. The employee was remanded in custody by an Istanbul court late Wednesday on accusations of links to the group of US-based preacher Fethullah Gulen, blamed by Ankara for last year's failed coup against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, state-run Anadolu news agency said. The man has been formally charged with espionage and seeking to overthrow the Turkish government, it added.

Kellyanne Conway's Rambling Nonsense May Have Broken Chris Cuomo
Kellyanne Conway's Rambling Nonsense May Have Broken Chris Cuomo

Kellyanne Conway: "The Second Amendment is a bedrock principle of our Constitution ... that should be protected" https://t.co/2WYmWASFmo-

Three U.S. Special Forces Soldiers Killed in Niger
Three U.S. Special Forces Soldiers Killed in Niger

The U.S. soldiers were on a training mission with allies from Niger.

Evidence Suggests Las Vegas Shooter Had Help, Sheriff Says
Evidence Suggests Las Vegas Shooter Had Help, Sheriff Says

Stephen Paddock, the 64-year-old suspect behind the Las Vegas mass shooting, possibly planned to escape the hotel room he was positioned in after raining bullets down on a nearby country music festival, police officials said Wednesday.

Mohammed Dahlan speaks about Palestinian unity and his back-room role
Mohammed Dahlan speaks about Palestinian unity and his back-room role

By Nidal al-Mughrabi GAZA (Reuters) - Mohammad Dahlan, who played a key backroom role in a major new effort for Palestinian unity, has said a two-state peace agreement with Israel was impossible and healing wounds from a civil war that split Palestine was now a priority. Once of the fiercest foes of Hamas, the Islamist group that seized the Gaza Strip in a civil war in 2007, Dahlan, a member of the rival mainstream Fatah party, spoke to Reuters after a unity cabinet held its first meeting in the enclave in three years. "The internal Palestinian situation is more sacred, is more important and is more useful now than the so-called negotiation," the veteran politician said of talks with...

Range Rover launches its first ever hybrid
Range Rover launches its first ever hybrid

True to its word, Land Rover has started electrifying its range with the launch of the heavily updated and overhauled Range Rover Sport. The first ever Range Rover to come with a hybrid powertrain, it uses a four-cylinder 300hp engine and a 104hp eclectic motor. While that figure may be off the pace compared with the hybrid setups that litter the current Porsche Cayenne range, the Range Rover Sport serves up a huge 640Nm of toque, crucial for real off-road prowess.

Ford Reveals Its Electrification Plans
Ford Reveals Its Electrification Plans

Ford became the latest automaker to announce a big push toward electrifying its lineup, announcing Tuesday that it would bring 13 new electrified models to market globally over the next five year...

Brother Of Vegas Shooter: He Wasn't 'An Avid Gun Guy At All
Brother Of Vegas Shooter: He Wasn't 'An Avid Gun Guy At All'

Stephen Paddock, the 64-year-old man who killed at least 58 people and left more than 500 injured in a shooting at a country music festival on the Las Vegas Strip on Sunday, was "just a guy" who frequented the city's hotels, gambled and attended shows, according to his younger brother.

It's Completely Legal To Walk Around Las Vegas With A Machine Gun
It's Completely Legal To Walk Around Las Vegas With A Machine Gun

Sunday's horrific mass shooting in Las Vegas once again shines a light on a nation awash in guns, with relatively few restrictions on their purchase or possession.

Here's Why Authorities Aren't Calling The Las Vegas Massacre An Act Of Terrorism
Here's Why Authorities Aren't Calling The Las Vegas Massacre An Act Of Terrorism

A 64-year-old man slaughtered dozens of people late Sunday night, firing hundreds of rounds into a crowd of concertgoers in Las Vegas.

Lin-Manuel Miranda Says He Received Death Threats On Facebook
Lin-Manuel Miranda Says He Received Death Threats On Facebook

In a tweet posted Sunday, Miranda said he had asked the co-administrator of his Facebook page to "report the death threats" and delete the posts "with the worst language."

Trump still deeply unpopular among black Americans, polls suggest
Trump still deeply unpopular among black Americans, polls suggest

Donald Trump won only a fraction of the black vote in last year's US presidential election and opinion polls out this week suggest he remains deeply unpopular among African-Americans. Ninety-four percent of the black voters in a Quinnipiac University poll published Wednesday said they believed Trump is not fit to serve as president. About the same number -- 95 percent -- said they did not approve of the way he is handling race relations.

VIDEO: Woman Dragged Off Flight For Dispute Over
VIDEO: Woman Dragged Off Flight For Dispute Over 'Life-Threatening' Pet Allergy

Law enforcement officials were seeing pulling and physically carrying her as other passengers filmed the incident.

Ravens' National Anthem Singer Resigns After Fans 'Attack' Player Protesters
Ravens' National Anthem Singer Resigns After Fans 'Attack' Player Protesters

After a carefully worded message on Tuesday announcing his resignation as the national anthem singer at Baltimore Ravens home games, combat veteran Joey Odoms made it crystal clear on Wednesday why he's quitting.

The Latest: Seismologist: Mexico
The Latest: Seismologist: Mexico's 7.1 quake not aftershock

MEXICO CITY (AP) - The Latest on the strong earthquake that hit Mexico City (all times local):

Building 'Breaks' Into Your Diet Could Help You Lose More Weight
Building 'Breaks' Into Your Diet Could Help You Lose More Weight

Building frequent "breaks" into your diet could help you lose more weight and keep it off for longer than attempting to cut calories, uninterrupted, for months on end, according to new weight-loss research from the University of Tasmania in Australia.

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