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Trump tells Israel Iran will never have nuclear weapons - BBC News;

Trump tells Israel Iran will never have nuclear weapons - BBC News

BBC NewsTrump tells Israel Iran will never have nuclear weaponsBBC NewsUS President Donald Trump has told Israel's Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, that Iran will never have nuclear weapons. He suggested the Iranians thought they could "do what they want" since negotiating a nuclear deal with world powers in 2015.Trump raises damaging Russia story before Netanyahu talkDaily MailIsraeli Settlers Weren't Always So Religious—They Were Once Secular HippiesThe AtlanticDonald Trump becomes first sitting US president to visit Western WallThe IndependentHaaretz -Miami Herald -Reuters -Washington Postall 1,177 news articles »

Don't let Ruto 'castrate' me, Gideon tells Baringo residents - The Star, Kenya;

Don't let Ruto 'castrate' me, Gideon tells Baringo residents - The Star, Kenya

The Star, KenyaDon't let Ruto 'castrate' me, Gideon tells Baringo residentsThe Star, KenyaBaringo Senator Gideon Moi when he visited the family of slain Ngorora location chief Thomas Ruttok, March 8, 2017. /JOSEPH KANGOGO. Facebook · Twitter · Google+ · WhatsApp · Email. Baringo Senator Gideon Moi has warned his supporters against ...Kenya: Leaders Ask Police to Solve Killing of Children, MCAAllAfrica.comall 12 news articles »

How Hassan Rouhani Won in Iran - The Atlantic;

How Hassan Rouhani Won in Iran - The Atlantic

The AtlanticHow Hassan Rouhani Won in IranThe AtlanticLike ​The Atlantic? Subscribe to ​The Atlantic Daily​, our free weekday email newsletter. Hassan Rouhani has won a clear victory to a second term as Iran's president. The turnout in Friday's election was close to 73 percent, with the incumbent taking ...Donald Trump focuses fire on Iran's support for 'terrorists and militias'The GuardianIranian President Calls US Relations a 'Curvy Road'NBCNews.comRouhani says regional stability impossible without IranReutersCNN -New York Times -Financial Times -Deutsche Welleall 314 news articles »

Iran accuses U.S. of 'Iranophobia', arming 'dangerous terrorists' - New York Daily News;

Iran accuses U.S. of 'Iranophobia', arming 'dangerous terrorists' - New York Daily News

New York Daily NewsIran accuses U.S. of 'Iranophobia', arming 'dangerous terrorists'New York Daily NewsPresident Trump takes his seat before his speech to the Arab Islamic American Summit in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst. (Reuters). REUTERS. Monday, May 22, 2017, 5:26 AM. DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran accused the United States on Monday ...Trump's anti-Iran aggression couldn't come at a worse timeCNNall 298 news articles »

Governors blame maize shortage on poor coordination between Govt and counties - The Standard;

Governors blame maize shortage on poor coordination between Govt and counties - The Standard

The StandardGovernors blame maize shortage on poor coordination between Govt and countiesThe StandardPeter Munya has served as the Council of Governors Chairman for two years. (Photo: Peter Muthomi, Standard). Governors have blamed the biting shortage of maize in the Kenya on poor coordination between the national government and counties.Nanok takes Council of Governors mantle from MunyaCapital FM Kenya (press release) (blog)Governors agree to pay doctors for 100-day strike periodThe Star, KenyaNanok elected Council of Governors chairCitizen TV (press release)AllAfrica.comall 13 news articles »

Kenya: Pete Ondeng - Why I Dropped Out of Presidential Race - AllAfrica.com;

Kenya: Pete Ondeng - Why I Dropped Out of Presidential Race - AllAfrica.com

The Star, KenyaKenya: Pete Ondeng - Why I Dropped Out of Presidential RaceAllAfrica.comA presidential aspirant has shelved his ambition and chosen to endorse the candidacy of former Cabinet minister Joe Nyagah. Pete Ondeng, who on May 2 announced that he would contest the presidency on the Restore and Build Kenya (RBK) ticket, says he ...Pete Ondeng bows out of 'crowded' presidential raceThe Star, Kenyaall 2 news articles »

Nearly 2.8 Million People Internally Displaced In India: Report - NDTV;

Nearly 2.8 Million People Internally Displaced In India: Report - NDTV

NDTVNearly 2.8 Million People Internally Displaced In India: ReportNDTVThere have been 448,000 new displacements due to conflict and violence in India. Nearly 2,400,000 people were displaced due to disasters, the report said. All India | Press Trust of India | Updated: May 22, 2017 18:10 IST. 7 Shares. EMAIL. PRINT.Natural disasters displace three times more people than conflictsIrish Timesall 21 news articles »

German woman, Afghan guard killed in Kabul guesthouse attack - Washington Post;

German woman, Afghan guard killed in Kabul guesthouse attack - Washington Post

Washington PostGerman woman, Afghan guard killed in Kabul guesthouse attackWashington PostKABUL — A German woman was fatally shot and an Afghan guard was beheaded at a guesthouse after insurgents stormed the compound, police said. A Finnish woman was also missing and possibly kidnapped after the late Saturday attack in Kabul.Kabul: There is no guarantee of securityDeutsche WelleGerman Killed, Finn Captured by Gunmen in Raid on Guest HouseBreitbart NewsTaliban Launch Rocket Attack and Kill at Least 20 Afghan Police OfficersNew York TimesAljazeera.com -CNN -Times of India -Hindustan Timesall 115 news articles »

North Korea fires medium-range missile in latest weapon test - Daily Mail;

North Korea fires medium-range missile in latest weapon test - Daily Mail

Daily MailNorth Korea fires medium-range missile in latest weapon testDaily MailSEOUL, South Korea (AP) - In its latest effort to develop its ballistic and nuclear weapons, North Korea fired a medium-range missile Sunday that appeared to be similar to one the country tested earlier this year, U.S. and South Korean officials said ...North Korea fires second ballistic missile in a weekCNNNorth Korea Fires Another Missile, Continuing To Defy International CondemnationNDTVNorth Korea fires another ballistic missile despite sanctions threatsCapital FM Kenya (press release) (blog)iAfrica.com -Reuters -Chicago Tribune -Newsweekall 796 news articles »

China has 'killed or imprisoned up to 20 US spies in two years' - The Independent;

China has 'killed or imprisoned up to 20 US spies in two years' - The Independent

The IndependentChina has 'killed or imprisoned up to 20 US spies in two years'The IndependentAmerican officials, current and former FBI officials told The New York Times that one operative was allegedly shot and killed in front of his colleagues as a warning against spying. Several other were imprisoned. US officials described the losses as ...China crippled CIA by killing US sources, says New York TimesBBC NewsChina 'killed or jailed 18 to 20 US spies' since 2010Aljazeera.comReport: China cripples CIA operations, kills informantsWashington PostNew York Timesall 54 news articles »

Pope Francis names five new cardinals - Eyewitness News;

Pope Francis names five new cardinals - Eyewitness News

Eyewitness NewsPope Francis names five new cardinalsEyewitness NewsThe elite group of churchmen who are his closest advisers and can enter a conclave to choose his successor. FILE: Pope Francis. Picture: AFP. Pope Francis · Vatican City · Catholic Church. Email; Print ...Pope Francis Announces 5 New Cardinals Who Show 'Universality of the Church'TIMEPope prays for victims of spiked violence in Central African RepublicPatheos (blog)EJDionne Jr.: Can the pope save President Trump?The Desert SunDeutsche Welle -America Magazine -Vatican Radioall 36 news articles »

Nigeria's Chibok Girls: Emotions Run High as Families Are Reunited Following Boko Haram Captivity - NBCNews.com;

Nigeria's Chibok Girls: Emotions Run High as Families Are Reunited Following Boko Haram Captivity - NBCNews.com

NBCNews.comNigeria's Chibok Girls: Emotions Run High as Families Are Reunited Following Boko Haram CaptivityNBCNews.comABUJA, Nigeria — Eighty-two Nigerian schoolgirls — recently released after more than three years in Boko Haram captivity — reunited with their families Saturday as anxious parents looked for signs of how deeply the extremists had changed their ...Chibok Girls' Parents Tell Tales Of WoeSaharaReporters.comFreed Chibok girls reunited with familiesCNNJoy as Chibok girls reunited with parentsCapital FM Kenya (press release) (blog)Vanguard -The Guardianall 180 news articles »

Standard Gauge Railway launch set for May 31 - Capital FM Kenya (press release) (blog);

Standard Gauge Railway launch set for May 31 - Capital FM Kenya (press release) (blog)

Capital FM Kenya (press release) (blog)Standard Gauge Railway launch set for May 31Capital FM Kenya (press release) (blog)By JEREMIAH WAKAYA, NAIROBI, Kenya, May 21- President Uhuru Kenyatta is set to launch the Mombasa-Nairobi Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) line on May 31 in a ceremony to be attended by senior officials from the Chinese Government. State House ...and more »

Museveni elected EAC chair, assigned to negotiate with EU over banned Kenyan exports - The Star, Kenya;

Museveni elected EAC chair, assigned to negotiate with EU over banned Kenyan exports - The Star, Kenya

The Star, KenyaMuseveni elected EAC chair, assigned to negotiate with EU over banned Kenyan exportsThe Star, KenyaDeputy President William Ruto with Presidents Yoweri Museveni (Uganda), John Magufuli (Tanzania) during the EAC summit in Dar es Salaam on Saturday, May 20, 2017. /DPPS. Facebook · Twitter · Google+ · WhatsApp · Email. The East Africa Community ...Uganda assumes EAC Chair as Museveni makes strong case for integrationIndependentEAC not to force members to sign EU trade dealXinhuaUganda: Museveni to Show the Way Out of Burundi CrisisAllAfrica.comall 20 news articles »

The maize shortage is not only affecting Kenya – CS Willy Bett - Citizen TV (press release);

The maize shortage is not only affecting Kenya – CS Willy Bett - Citizen TV (press release)

Citizen TV (press release)The maize shortage is not only affecting Kenya – CS Willy BettCitizen TV (press release)Agriculture Cabinet Secretary, Willy Bett, on Thursday, May 18 appeared before the National Assembly Agriculture Committee, to explain the events that led to hiked maize flour prices in the country and the process the government followed in importing ...and more »

Why indecisiveness will lead to Kalonzo's ruin in his quest for high office - The Standard;

Why indecisiveness will lead to Kalonzo's ruin in his quest for high office - The Standard

The StandardWhy indecisiveness will lead to Kalonzo's ruin in his quest for high officeThe StandardThe past few weeks in Kenyan politics reads like a collection of African fables, riddles and folktales. Let's begin with the 'Great Migration' that came quite early this year. Not of wildebeests, but of the horde of politicians that made a desperate ...Kalonzo booed at Musila's mother burial over sham Kitui Wiper governor pollsThe Star, KenyaI will not tolerate your 'bad' behaviour – Kalonzo tells MuthamaCitizen TV (press release)all 17 news articles »

Under fire at home, Trump wins warm welcome in Saudi - Reuters;

Under fire at home, Trump wins warm welcome in Saudi - Reuters

ReutersUnder fire at home, Trump wins warm welcome in SaudiReutersRIYADH Dogged by controversy at home, Donald Trump opened his first presidential foreign trip in Saudi Arabia on Saturday and won a warm reception as he looked to shift attention from a political firestorm over his firing of former FBI Director James ...Leaving behind troubles at home, Trump gets royal welcome in Saudi ArabiaLos Angeles Times'Trump, servant of God': How Saudis are viewing his visitBBC NewsTrump gets elaborate welcome in Saudi Arabia as he begins first foreign tripWashington PostThe Atlantic -TIME -CNN -Haaretzall 1,662 news articles »

Trump faces new revelations as Comey prepares to testify - The Guardian;

Trump faces new revelations as Comey prepares to testify - The Guardian

The GuardianTrump faces new revelations as Comey prepares to testifyThe GuardianThe former FBI director James Comey is to testify in public during the US inquiry into Russian interference, it has been announced, as a series of damaging revelations pile further pressure on the embattled president Donald Trump.Fired FBI chief Comey to testify publicly in CongressCapital FM Kenya (press release) (blog)James Comey Will Testify Publicly Before CongressThe AtlanticComey agrees to testify in a public session at the Senate Intelligence CommitteePoliticoWashington Post -The Australian -Chicago Tribune -The Detroit Newsall 431 news articles »

Family land feud linked to killing of MCA aspirant's 3 children - Capital FM Kenya (press release) (blog);

Family land feud linked to killing of MCA aspirant's 3 children - Capital FM Kenya (press release) (blog)

Capital FM Kenya (press release) (blog)Family land feud linked to killing of MCA aspirant's 3 childrenCapital FM Kenya (press release) (blog)By LABAN WANAMBISI, NAIROBI, Kenya, May 20 – Police on Saturday ruled out political rivalry in the killing of three children belonging to an Uasin Gishu Member of County Assembly (MCA) aspirant. Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet told Capital ...and more »