The president announced changes to Obama-era Cuba policy, and challenged the Castro government to negotiate a better deal. Still, Carnival, Royal Caribbean and Norwegian cruise lines expressed satisfaction that Trump's policy will allow them to continue sailing to Cuba .
The marches were organised by ACT (American Congress for Truth) for America, which describes itself as a "grassroots national security organization" that vows to defend America's founding "western values" and "protect America from terrorism".
Michigan Rep. John Conyers , the House Judiciary Committee's top-ranking Democrat , said that the lawsuit will have the largest number of congressional plaintiffs of any lawsuit lodged against the president so far in USA history. The lawsuit said Trump maintains the Foreign Emoluments Clause does not require him to obtain approval from Congress "before accepting benefits arising out of exchanges between foreign states and his businesses".
The fighting - backed by bombing from the US-led coalition - left at least 12 IS jihadists dead in al Romaniya, the SDF said. Tens of thousands have fled from the city and its surroundings since the SDF announced their operation to capture Raqqa in November.
The 1998 peace accords in Northern Ireland set up a power-sharing agreement in the British province, but this collapsed in January when Irish republicans Sinn Fein pulled out, citing a breakdown in trust. Sinn Fein's Stormont leader Michelle O'Neill said: "I will be making it very clear that any deal between the Tories and the DUP can not be allowed to undermine the Good Friday and subsequent agreements".
But Washington held that Erdogan's security detail had no justification to attack the small group of Kurdish and Armenian protesters outside the Turkish ambassador's residence on 16 May, just after Erdogan met with President Donald Trump at the White House.