Saudi, UAE pledge $100 million to Ivanka Trump womens' fund
23 Mai, 2017, 18:53 | Author: Marc Bacque
A White House official later said that was not intended and attributed it to the president being "an exhausted guy".
The new stage will contribute to creating a society between those two worlds to stop extremism and terrorism, and keep peace, security and stability in the region, Al-Jubeir told a news conference.
Ahead of President Trump's much-anticipated speech in Saudi Arabia, delivered before a gathering of Muslim statesmen on Sunday, there was a great deal of speculation into what Trump would say about Islam - a faith, after all, that he once claimed "hates us" and whose devotees he once sought to bar from entering the United States.
"The foundation of power is national strength and this only happens through elections".
Trump took a brief shot at allaying those concerns.
The president had previously campaigned for a new database to track Muslims in the USA and later called for those from some nations to be banned from entering the country.
Trump signed deals worth almost $400 billion.
Zarif further insinuated that the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center were carried out by the Saudi Arabia and hence, advised Trump to work out a deal with Riyadh to prevent such an attack from happening in the future, Reuters reported.
"We are back in the pre-Obama era, on steroids", he said. "Under Obama you had this attempt of the US playing the external balancer in the region".
LeBron James lies low after Cavaliers' stunning loss
And I actually challenged the fan and said, 'What have you done?' And the fan said, 'I played local high school basketball". And if the C's can somehow even the series with a win in Game 4, Cleveland.com might start to regret their bold decision.
Trial opens in Turkey for 221 suspected coup instigators
State Department said in a statement the conduct of Turkish security personnel during the incident was "deeply disturbing". It's not clear who gave the order last Tuesday to attack protesters across the street from the Turkish ambassador's house.
Washington's alliance with the mainly Sunni Muslim countries of the Arab world against Shi'ite Iran is decades old.
Rouhani, the face of Tehran's deal with six major powers in 2015 to curb Iran's nuclear programme in return for the lifting of sanctions, said the USA administration lacked knowledge about the Middle East. Iran has lots of sins to account for - including its cynical support for the bloody regime of Bashar al-Assad in Syria.
Iran and the U.S. back opposing sides in the civil wars in Syria and Yemen, but they are both fighting the jihadist group Islamic State in Iraq.
Obama's outreach to Tehran reflected that reality.
B'nai B'rith in a statement issued Sunday evening praised Trump for calling on Arab nations to join in the fight against Islamic terrorism and for "challenging the Arab world to unite in confronting Iran - the largest state sponsor of global terror".
A senior US official defended the initiative, citing "a common threat from terrorist organisations as well as from Iranian subversion throughout the region".
Most of the 19 terrorists who killed almost 3,000 people in New York Twin Towers in 2001 (9/11) were Saudi citizens and there have been repeated accusations that members of the Saudi hierarchy were involved in the attack.
Speaking a day after Iran re-elected the relatively moderate Hassan Rouhani as president, Mr Trump risked reigniting tensions with Tehran by accusing the country of bearing responsibility for instability in the region.
Iran and its destabilizing regional role was a major point of agreement at the weekend's U.S. -Arab-Islamic summit in Riyadh, and its foreign minister did not like the focus of attention.
British counter-terrorism police have said they are making on average an arrest every day in connection with suspected terrorism. Witnesses reported being near the arena's ticket machines and merchandise stores, as chaos ensued inside the concert hall.
Trump said alongside Abbas that an agreement with Israel could "begin a process of peace all throughout the Middle East". He is also scheduled to meet with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank city of Bethlehem.
United's performances during this season's tournament suggest their players were not sure how much they wanted to win it either. I know a couple of players and I speak to them. "I think we have a good understanding between the manager and myself".
Bradley said. "We never counted ourselves out". "I feel like you have to have some type of adversity in order to be successful". He added five rebounds, seven assists, two steals and a block, leading all Celtics starters with a plus-8 differential.
White House officials say the move will save about $20 million in fiscal 2018 alone and nearly $2.7 billion over the next decade. According to Bloomberg's Justin Sink and Erin Wasson , the budget would cut domestic agencies' budgets by 40% in 2027.
The House Armed Services Committee has a hearing with Rogers. "Might be good to get them back", Manchin said. Members of the Trump administration said President Donald Trump based the firing on the recommendation.
But I think the club and the money [they have] will help us try to get a bigger squad and prepare for a different competition". He knows I can play at 6, 8 or 10. "Don't ask me too many things because now I am in a final", he told in-house channel MUTV .
Train lines out of Manchester's Victoria Station are also now blocked with emergency services in attendance, rail authorities say. British police said the incident, in which at least 50 people were injured, was being treated as a terrorist incident.
The weapon is a two-stage, solid-fueled, canister-launched missile fired from a road-mobile Transporter Erector Launcher (TEL). The test suggests progress in the North's stated aim to build intercontinental missiles capable of hitting U.S. targets.
De leur côté, les Palestiniens veulent faire de Jérusalem-Est la capitale de l'Etat auquel ils aspirent depuis des décennies. Trump rencontrera mardi à Bethléem en Cisjordanie occupée, le président palestinien Mahmoud Abbas.
2 men, 1 woman selected for Bill Cosby jury
But only 14 said their preconceptions would prevent them from being fair and impartial and basing a verdict only on the evidence. Once jurors have been chosen in Pittsburgh, they will be transported to Norristown and sequestered after testimony begins.
"La salle était pleine d'enfants" — Manchester
De nombreux artistes se sont exprimés après l'attentat qui a fait 22 morts à l'issue d'un concert d'Ariana Grande à Manchester . Elle a alors 15 ans, et devient une star auprès du public, comme Selena Gomez et Miley Cyrus , considérées comme ses rivales.
Trump visits Benjamin Netanyahu's home
Bush administration also routinely captioned photos and listed the city on schedules and in news releases as simply "Jerusalem". From the airport, Trump moved on to holy sites in Jerusalem: first the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, then the Western Wall.
Anguished search by families after Manchester attack
Parents separated from their children during the mayhem were told to go to a Holiday Inn, where many children had taken refuge. My thoughts are with the victims, their families and all those who have been affected by this barbaric attack in Manchester .
Drake's early Billboard Awards wins
Billboard award winners are assessed based on their song sales, streams, radio airplay, live tours and social engagement. BTS edged out tough competition for the award including Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande and Shawn Mendes.