Report: US to offer cash prize for wanted Hezbollah leaders

US media says State Department to offer $12 million to anyone with information on Hezbollah leaders.

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U.S. Gulf Coast braces itself as fast-moving Hurricane Nate approaches

A Mississippi emergency official says Nate, expected to make landfall at 7 P.M. local time, is the worst hurricane since ...
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Arab states, Palestinian Authority backtrack on UNESCO resolutions criticizing Israel

For first time since 2013, the countries pulled the resolutions following talks between the Israeli and Jordanian ambassadors to UNESCO, ...
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Palace guards killed in Saudi shooting in Jeddah

Two royal palace security guards are shot dead by a 28-year-old Saudi national, state media say ...
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A scary landing

Airbus 380 slides around as it lands in Germany.

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Trump says N. Korea diplomacy has failed, 'Only one thing will work'

Trump has engaged in an escalating war of words with North Korean strongman Kim Jong-Un, trading insults amid rising tensions ...
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Sean Spicer contradicts Trump Jr and insists Russian meeting was about adoption

Sean Spicer contradicts Trump Jr and insists Russian meeting was about adoptionWhite House Press Secretary Sean Spicer has contradicted Donald Trump Jr’s own account of his meeting with a Kremlin-connected lawyer in the lead up to the presidential election. It was revealed last week that Mr Trump Jr met with lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya, after being told she would provide official documents and information that would “incriminate” his father’s campaign opponent Hillary Clinton. Mr Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and Paul Manafort, the chairman of the Trump campaign at the time, also attended the meeting.


On ‘Made in America Week,’ White House fields questions about what’s not: Trump products

On ‘Made in America Week,’ White House fields questions about what’s not: Trump productsShirts are among the products made abroad by the Trump Organization. WASHINGTON — Monday was the start of “Made in America Week” at the White House, a celebration of U.S. industry and products. Along with a showcase of goods made in each of the 50 states, the event came with questions about the wide selection of products President Trump’s family businesses source from overseas factories.