Trump tweets against Germany, escalating row after tense summits

U.S. President Donald Trump called Germany’s trade and spending policies “very bad” on Tuesday, intensifying a row between the allies and immediately earning himself the moniker “destroyer of Western values”… The post Trump tweets against Germany, escalating row after tense summits appeared first on City People Magazine.

Opposition leaders wounded by security forces as protests in Venezuela linger

Protests against the government of President Nicolas Maduro continues in Venezuela with two opposition leaders wounded by security forces in the often violent street demonstrations against the government of the day. The two opposition leaders were among a dozen others who were wounded by security forces dispersing protesters in the capital of Caracas as marches…

UK reduces terrorism alert from “critical” to “severe”

Days after raising terror alerts to “critical” following Monday’s attack bomb attack at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, which left 29 people dead, terror alerts in the UK have been reduced to “severe”. The change was announced on Saturday by British Prime Minister Theresa May who noted that the change indicates an attack is…

Two men stabbed to death for protecting Muslim women from harassment

A 35-year-old suspect identified as Jeremy Joseph Christian of Portland has been arrested after he stabbed two men to death who tried to stop him from harassing two young women who appeared to be Muslims. The stabbing incident happened aboard a Portland, Oregon, commuter train and the assailant (a convicted felon), was arrested soon after…

Global computer outage cause massive delays at UK airport

Scores of passengers were left stranded at London’s two main airports due to a global computer system outage which has forced airlines to cancel flights until Saturday evening. The global computer system outage caused massive delays and left planes stuck on runways even as the British Airways said there was no evidence the problem had…

Egypt launches fresh round of attacks on Libyan camps

Hours after Egyptian fighter jets struck eastern Libya following a shooting that killed 29 Coptic Christians and wounded 24 others in the southern Egyptian province of Minya, on Friday, Egyptian forces have struck the area again. According to eyewitnesses, Egyptian forces have launched a fresh round of air strikes over Libya on Saturday, targeting militant…

17-month-old Boy Found Drinking Milk From Dead Mother’s Breast (Photo)

In what will come across as a really heartbreaking development, a little boy has been found drinking milk from his dead mother’s breast. A photo has shown the really heartbreaking… The post 17-month-old Boy Found Drinking Milk From Dead Mother’s Breast (Photo) appeared first on City People Magazine.

US Senate orders Trump to hand over campaign documents

There seems to be more trouble for controversial US President Donald Trump after the US Senate Intelligence Committee investigating Russian meddling in U.S. 2016 election, ordered Trump’s political organisation to hand over all documents going back to the campaign’s launch in June 2015. According to a report by Washington Post, the Senate Intelligence Committee has…

FBI beams search light on Trump’s son-in-law over Russia ties

Jared Kushner, a senior White House adviser and son-in-law of controversial US President Donald Trump is under investigation by the FBI over his links with Vladimir Putin’s Russia. Kushner is being investigated because of his meetings in December and other possible interactions with the Russian ambassador and a banker from Moscow, a report, citing people…

26 Coptic Christians gunned down by unknown assailants in Egypt

A bus carrying Coptic Christians in Egypt was attacked by gunmen in Minya province, who killed no less than 26 passengers and wounded dozens of other victims who have been rushed to hospital. An Egyptian ministry spokesman said security chiefs had arrived at the scene of the attack and had cordoned off the area. Read…

US court refuses to reinstate Trump’s Muslim travel ban

The controversial temporary travel ban on travelers from six Muslim-majority nations signed into law by President Donald Trump is still blocked after an appeals court from the US state of Virginia on Thursday refused to reinstate the ban. The US appeal court’s chief judge while delivering his judgement stated that the revised ban on travelers…

Trump’s former security advise slammed with 2 new subpoenas

In a bid to compel former national security adviser Michael Flynn to turn over documents related to his contacts with Russian officials, the Senate Intelligence Committee has announced two new subpoenas against him. The Senate Intelligence Committee also added that Flynn risks being held in contempt of Congress if he does not comply with the…

Father, younger brother of Manchester attacker nabbed in Tripoli

The dragnet of arrests of those involved in the deadly suicide bombing at a concert in Manchester has spread to Libya with counter-terrorism forces arresting the father and younger brother of the attacker identified as 23-year old man, Salman Abedi. Reports say, the father, Ramadan Abedi, who was outside his home in the Tripoli suburb…