Kelly Brewster was at the Ariana Grande concert and has not been seen since the explosion at the end of the performance after getting separated from her sister. White House press secretary Sean Spicer said President Donald Trump, who is now on a visit to Israel, is being kept updated on the situation. Home Secretary Amber Rudd described the attack as "barbaric" and "deliberately targeting some of the most vulnerable in our society - young people, children out at a pop concert".
Survation said in a blog alongside its data that respondents "were more likely to say that Labour, rather than the Conservatives , had the best policies for young people, families with young children, managing the National Health Service, improving the education system and older people and pensioners".
US President Donald Trump slams attackers as "losers". A male suicide bomber is suspected to have carried out the explosion in the foyer of the Arena building, Manchester Police said. The terror group said on its Telegram channel Tuesday that a "soldier of the caliphate" was able to "plant explosive devices" at the arena, a USA counter-terrorism source told CNN.
Cummings to House Oversight and Government Reform committee chairman Jason Chaffetz is likely an attempt to assert the minority party's role in holding the president and his administration accountable. Then-President Barack Obama allegedly fired him for insubordination for clashing with superiors over the agency's global operations. Brennan told the House intelligence committee on Tuesday that he was the first US official to call out the Russians for their activities.
While many expressed their shock and sadness, particularly as Grande's popularity amongst teenagers meant that there could be a high number of young people amongst the dead, inhabitants made it clear that they would not be spurred to hate by the attack .
Mr. Trump then spent two days in Israel , including meeting earlier Tuesday with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas . As part of his approach, Trump has expressed interest in forging a regional agreement that brings together Israel and the broader Arab world to help resolve the decades-long conflict.
WASHINGTON (CNN) - President Donald Trump called two top intelligence community figures to request that they deny in public any evidence of collusion between his campaign and the Russian government during the 2016 election, multiple current and former U.S.
Ariana Grande tweets that the incident has left her "broken". After the initial incident, police carried out a precautionary controlled explosion nearby but the item turned out to be discarded clothing, not a "suspicious item", Greater Manchester Police said.
Two days after Trump became president, Comey attended a ceremony that Trump hosted honoring law enforcement officials and tried to blend in with the curtains to avoid being noticed by the president, according to a report by The New York Times .
Trump also mentioned the need to stamp out "terrorism and extremism from the Muslim world", and aim at "eradicating the violent ideologies that have been responsible for much of the killing around the world". Mr Trump will hold separate talks with Mr Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas as he looks to revive long-stalled peace negotiations.
Mr. Trump's welcome in the region was also put on display during a series of individual meetings with Arab leaders. Many of Trump's voters backed him because of his black-and-white stance on the evils of terrorism generally and Muslim terrorism specifically.
President Trump landed in Israel today for what Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called a truly historic visit. At Rivlin's residence, Trump lashed out at Iran. Sara Netanyahu then said, "Because the majority of the people in Israel , unlike the media, they love us". In a meeting at the White House three weeks ago, Trump called on Abbas to demand that Palestinian leaders condemn any and all violence against Israelis, and Abbas spoke out strongly against Israel's occupation ...
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He said he would specifically decline to describe them as "monsters", because he believed they would "like that term". Manchester police confirmed Tuesday that a 23-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the attack . A spokesman for the singer had earlier said she had been uninjured in the incident. "Today the whole country will grieve for the people who have lost their lives".
If confirmed, it would be the deadliest militant assault in Britain since four British Muslims killed 52 people in suicide bombings on London's transport system in July 2005. Among the names being circulated was Olivia Campbell. Jenny Brewster said she was leaving the concert with her 11-year-old daughter when the blast hit.
Police said the blast was caused by an improvised explosive device carried by a suicide bomber. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Canadians were "shocked by the news of the horrific attack", while European Union president Donald Tusk wrote: "My heart is in Manchester this night".
It connects the city to destinations such as Liverpool, Newcastle and Leeds with TransPennine Express and Northern services and is usually used by around 21,000 passengers each day. He told The Associated Press that the school confirmed Callander's death with members of her family. Dozens of parents frantically searched for their children, posting photos and pleading for information on social media .
Police cars, bomb-disposal units and 60 ambulances raced to the scene as the scale of the carnage became clear. Greater Manchester Police (GMP) released a statement in the early hours of Tuesday morning explaining that it is treating the incident as a terrorist attack , although that's a working hypothesis with details remaining thin on the ground.
President Trump who is now on a trip overseas has maintained his statement that there was no collusion. The President's treatment of Comey has raised questions about whether he abused his powers by seeking to discredit the FBI investigation or risked giving the impression that he was obstructing justice, a debate now given new life by the latest revelations.
Then a top House Democrat cited new evidence he said appeared to show Flynn lied on a security clearance background check. James Comey is going to meet with Bob Mueller, who was appointed last week as a special counsel in the Russian Federation investigation, to determine what he can and can and cannot say in that public testimony according to reports .
Trump, who is on his maiden foreign trip since taking office in January, urged Iran to cease "its deadly funding, training and equipping of terrorists and militias". White House officials say this trip will help promote unity among faiths. "I've heard it's one of the toughest deals of all, but I have a feeling that we're going to get there eventually, I hope", Trump said on Monday night.
Outrage has erupted on social media after Turkey summoned the US ambassador in Ankara to scold him over the protesters Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's bodyguards beat up in Washington recently. Turkey has summoned the USA ambassador in the aftermath of last week's brawl in Washington DC that left nine people hospitalized. "The State Department has raised its concerns about those events at the highest levels", Nauert said.
In his victory speech, Rouhani said that the Iranian people had made their choice clear and that it must now be respected. The Daesh is infamous for its activities and occupation of vast territories in the Middle East, as well as the destabilization and violence it brings to the region, particularly to Syria and Iraq.
A mall in Manchester was evacuated over a suspected bomb scare, but has since been reopened, according to reports . After the initial incident, police carried out a precautionary controlled explosion nearby but the item turned out to be discarded clothing, not a "suspicious item", Greater Manchester Police said.
This is a battle between good and evil". "There is no other way", he said .Trump's tour comes in the shadow of difficulties at home, where he is struggling to contain a scandal after firing James Comey as Federal Bureau of Investigation director almost two weeks ago.
It was not clear whether the blasts were the handiwork of terrorists. The 23-year-old U.S. pop singer, who found fame as the child star of Nickelodeon series Victorious, was at the Manchester Arena as part of a world tour when tragedy struck at what is one of Europe's largest indoor venues.
Police gave no information about the attacker but said they were working to determine if there were any accomplices. Greater Manchester Police said only that there were "a number of confirmed fatalities and injuries" as hundreds of fans fled the arena.
U.S. President Donald Trump and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas review the honor guard during a reception ceremony at the presidential headquarters in the West Bank town of Bethlehem , May 23, 2017. "And drive them out of this Earth", Trump added. In his speech, Trump said the agreements will "create many hundreds of thousands of jobs in America and Saudi Arabia".
This would be on top of people's existing super contributions. "If the government thinks that by announcing a package of half measures in an attempt to address widespread community concern over banking conduct will reduce the calls for a royal commission, they are wrong".
President Donald Trump: "Just so you understand, I never mentioned the word or the name 'Israel, ' never mentioned it during that conversation". Preparing the ground for Trump-Abbas meet today in the West Bank town of Bethlehem , Israeli ministers on Sunday approved certain measures aimed at improving the Palestinian economy and facilitating crossings to ease movement of Palestinians at the request of United States administration, local media reported.
Armed police are today on patrol at Sheffield railway station in order to reassure the public. "The aim of our increased patrols is to provide a reassuring presence to the communities we serve". Leaders in Scotland reacted to the attack, pledging support for the people of Manchester. He said it was important to remain vigilant and report anything suspicious.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has warned his U.S. counterpart, Donald Trump , that regional stability can not be achieved without Tehran's help. Is that a serious foreign policy, he asked, or is the United States "simply milking" Saudi Arabia for billions of dollars? ' 'We hope that one day Saudi Arabia will hold elections to end hereditary rulers and make the country much more powerful, ' he continued while refuting charges by King Salman bin Abdulaziz to the Islamic Republic for ...
Fox News' Bret Baier caught up with Adel al-Jubeir and asked him his thoughts of Trump's visit, which was the president's first worldwide trip since taking office. According to USA Today, Donald Trump said: "Saudi Arabia and numerous countries that gave vast amounts of money to the Clinton Foundation want women as slaves and to kill gays".
He urged Muslim leaders to drive terrorists out of their territories, but also noted for the first time that Muslims have "borne the brunt of the killings" in terrorist violence. Trump, who had previously suggested that it would be easier than anticipated to solve the conflict that has vexed his predecessors for decades, said that conditions were right in both Israel and the Arab world to strike what he has called "the ultimate deal".
As if this were not enough, as the President left the country Friday the New York Times published a bombshell story about Trump's infamous recent meeting with Russian officials - the day after he fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey - during which he allegedly told his visitors, "I just fired the head of the F.B.I".
The party added, "The large number of ministers from the ranks of the Republicans, in addition to the Prime Minister himself, also confirms that the Republicans will not be able to claim to be a force opposed to the power in place". Macron, 39, earlier delayed announcing the ministers due to last-minute negotiations and checks that none had tax issues, The Telegraph reported. Le Drian, who has nurtured close ties with African and Middle Eastern leaders and developed Paris' relationship in ...
The poll also put the Conservatives on course to win seven seats in Scotland in next month's vote, which would be their best result since 1992. SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon has focused on telling voters that their support can give her a mandate to influence the Brexit negotiations.
Officials from the countries involved, which include Australia, Malaysia , Mexico, and Singapore , among others, have agreed to present assessments to their leaders when they meet for an annual APEC summit in Vietnam in November, which will also include U.S.
Abbas reiterated the Palestinian commitment to work with the US president to achieve a historic peace deal, based on the two-state solution and global legitimacy. After reflecting proudly on America's support of Israel's military infrastructure, Trump again praised Jerusalem for its diverse religious population side by side, and ended his visit warmly: "God bless the state of Israel, and God bless the United States".
Trump and Netanyahu will speak together again Monday afternoon. Still, no publication pointed fingers at President Trump for mentioning " Israel ". I am telling you - that's what I do - they are ready to reach for peace. "We must be resolute in condemning such acts in a single unified voice, peace is a choice we must make each day, and the United States is here to help make that dream possible for young Jewish, Christians and Muslim children all across the region".
Households moved to non-bank institutions, including savings banks, mutual credit and community credit cooperatives, to borrow money. At the end of March this year, the total assets of insurers stood at 1,048 trillion won, or up 7.7 percent from a year ago, according to the data.
US officials say it's a suspected suicide bombing, and British police are treating it as a terror attack . Ms Campbell said she had been at home "phoning everybody, hospitals, police, all these centres that the children have been put in".
Some regarded his speech as a positive step towards Muslims. "If you look at what's happened Al-Qaeda Hezbollah, Hamas and so many others must be counted not only in the number of dead but it must be counted in generations of vanished dreams", Trump said.
Democrat Senator Mark Warner said he expected Mr Comey to "shed light on issues critical to this committee's investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election". "The president will continue to focus on his agenda that he was elected to pursue by the American people". US President Donald Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn will refuse to hand over documents to the Senate to clarify his contacts with Russian Federation, local media reported.
But the Liberals only need one more seat for a majority - and 176,000 absentee ballots are yet to be counted. Clark did go on to concede that her party had lost seats, noting that "British Columbians want us to do some things differently", including working more across party lines.
As well as offering free lifts to anyone who needed to get home, hundreds of people opened up their homes and hotels offered free hotel rooms for those affected using the hashtag #RoomForManchester . He confirmed that children were among those who died. "I will call them from now on losers, because that's what they are". "It is with enormous sadness that it appears that one of the people who lost their lives in Monday's Manchester attack was one of our students here at Runshaw College".
Pence , who served as Indiana's governor before his election as vice president, also took issue with efforts at some USA universities to shelter students from what they consider objectionable points of view or to recommend language to be used in classes or other school functions.
The point is that no one said the president mentioned Israel . Following the media uproar caused by the report, Trump said that he had an " absolute right " to share data concerning " flight safety and terrorism " with Russian officials.
Four million French voters turned in blank ballots with votes for neither Macron nor Le Pen, and the second-highest number of voters picked "neither". "The second act in the redrawing of our political life will be the building of a parliamentary majority in the elections in June", secretary general of the movement, Richard Ferrand, told reporters on Monday.
Experts say China wants to appear to engage ASEAN or bind its claimant states to a weak code at a time when US policy on the South China Sea is in a state of flux. Beijing claims nearly all of the South China Sea including a cluster of islands, reefs and atolls further south called the Spratlys. Carpio said Manila can also bring Beijing's threat before the United Nations General Assembly by sponsoring a resolution condemning China's threat of war against the Philippines ...