Tillerson also appeared to suggest Israel might view the embassy move as "perhaps a distraction". The prime minister's office responded sharply, saying the Fox News claims are false. An official in Netanyahu's office expressed " astonishment" over the comment. "Israel has made contact with the U.S. on this matter", the official said.
In two tweets on Tuesday, Trump confirmed he had spoken to the Russian officials about terrorism and airline flight safety, but he did not confirm or deny whether the information was classified. Putin spoke at a time when in the USA, talk of impeaching Trump has migrated from the fringes of political discourse to the mainstream, as NPR's Domenico Montanaro reports .
The video shows violent clashes Erdogan's bodyguards and people protesting the Turkish president's policies in Syria, Iran and Turkey. So far, the only people arrested were two protestors, who are U.S. Mr. Yasa said he lost a tooth and his nose was bloodied, as he was knocked to the ground and kicked repeatedly before the police were able to separate the two sides.
Trump will visit Israel and the Western Wall later this month, prompting a reporter to ask McMaster about Trump's view on the Jewish holy site. White House officials were considering announcing the US' recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital and moving the embassy to the city during the President's trip there next week.
The Donald Trump administration had previously said the talks would only be held on the premise of the North's denuclearization after the regime reveals its honest intetions for the aim. No draft resolution was circulated to the full council, but Haley said the United States was working with China on a text. Haley answered Putin and others who have made similar comments about the United States: "What about North Korea intimidating us?" "Sanctions is something that we are looking at and we ...
Report by various security solutions firms over the weekend had claimed that India is amongst the countries worst affected by the "WannaCry" outbreak, accounting for about five per cent of the attacks. It comes as China prepares to enforce a wide-reaching cyber security law that USA business groups say will threaten the operations of foreign firms in China with strict local data storage laws and stringent surveillance requirements.