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November 18, 2017

World

Iran’s missile test ‘not a message ‘ to Trump

Iran’s missile test ‘not a message ‘ to Trump   DUBAI (Reuters) – Iran said on Monday a recent missile trial launch was not intended to send a message to new U.S. President Donald Trump and to test him since after a series of policy statements Iranian officials already “know him quite well”. Iran test-fired

Legal battles to test Trump and his immigration ban

Legal battles to test Trump and his immigration ban By Dustin Volz WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Donald Trump’s temporary immigration ban faced on Monday the first of several crucial legal hurdles that could determine whether he can push through the most controversial and far-reaching policy of his first two weeks in office. On Monday, the

The Queen marks 65 years on British throne

The Queen marks 65 years on British throne LONDON (Reuters) – The Queen, the world’s longest-reigning living monarch, celebrates her Sapphire Jubilee on Monday, commemorating 65 years since she took the British throne. A 41-gun royal salute will take place in central London to mark the occasion. The queen’s office released a 2014 portrait showing

Trump immigration ban in limbo after appeals court ruling

Trump immigration ban in limbo after appeals court ruling By Ayesha Rascoe and Yeganeh Torbati WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Trump administration’s immigration order barring citizens from seven mainly Muslim countries and temporarily blocking refugees was in legal limbo on Sunday after an appeals court denied the Department of Justice’s request to restore the ban. The

Tale of Two Donalds – Trump gives Europe splitting headache

Tale of Two Donalds – Trump gives Europe splitting headache By Alastair Macdonald VALLETTA (Reuters) – “Our Donald”, or “the other Donald”? European Union leaders meeting in Malta found themselves taking sides, between their summit chairman, “our Donald” Tusk, and the new U.S. president, Donald Trump. But despite declarations of unity, EU states are split

Anonymous posters criticizing Pope appear in Rome

Anonymous posters criticizing Pope appear in Rome ROME (Reuters) – Posters accusing Pope Francis of attacking conservative Catholics appeared around Rome this weekend and were swiftly covered up by city authorities. The posters, put up during the night between Friday and Saturday by mystery activists, featured a picture of a stern-faced pope and the slogan:

Trump bid to restore travel ban rejected

Trump bid to restore travel ban rejected The US federal appeals court has rejected the Trump administration’s request to reinstate a travel ban blocked by a federal judge on Friday. The late night ruling means the travel ban will remain suspended until the full case has been heard. The court gave the White House and

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