The US president offered assistance in investigating the deadly Manchester attack.
The European Council Brexit working group meets, May 23, for the first time to begin the challenging task of negotiating Britain's exit from the European Union and its new relationship with the bloc in an historic first for the EU, with the UK being the first member state to leave.
UK Security Service (MI5) said that the agency is "revolted by the disgusting terrorist attack in Manchester" and is focused on keeping the country base and combating terrorism.
The Indian Army claimed on Tuesday that it had destroyed several Pakistan Army posts along the Line of Control across the Rajouri sector in punitive artillery fire. The Line of Control is the de facto border between India and Pakistan in Kashmir.
Undoubtedly, the development of modern technologies is rapidly progressing. But expectations of any outstanding changes, like robots efficiently doing most of human jobs, is far from reality.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced on Tuesday a minute of silence over the deadly terror attack in Manchester during her speech at the Petersberg Climate Dialogue in Berlin.
Russia's possible nine-month extension of an oil output reduction agreement with the OPEC aims to regulate fossil fuel prices, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Tuesday.
The UK nation should unite in the face of the deadly Manchester attack, however, the further tightening of security measures could pose a risk to citizens' liberty, Shahrar Ali, the spokesman of the Green Party of England and Wales responsible for Home Affairs told Sputnik on Tuesday.
Egypt "is going to join" the Middle Eastern military alliance, informally known as Arab NATO, if it is created, Egyptian lawmaker Ahmed Ismail, a member of the parliamentary National Security and Defense Council, told Sputnik Persian.
Not enough preventive measures against extremists were taken by the authorities in order to eradicate terrorism, French lawmaker and Mayor of Maisons-Laffitte Jacques Myard said Tuesday in light of the recent deadly attack in the UK city of Manchester.
At least 22 people have been killed and 59 injured in a suicide bombing at a concert in Manchester, the UK's deadliest attack in a decade. Thousands the world over on social media expressed shock and despondency at the horror – but also hope. However, one prominent Muslim journalist was subject to abuse and accusation.
The United States presidential administration is considering revising military and technical grants to a number of countries, including Ukraine, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The lack of a coherent anti-terrorism strategy in Washington and by extension the West, as emergency services deal with the devastating aftermath of yet another terrorist atrocity in Europe - this time a suicide bomb attack at a concert in Manchester, England - has been thrown into sharp relief during President Trump's tour of the Middle East.
Daesh terrorist group has claimed responsibility for the deadly Manchester attack, media reported.
Of late, Europe has been beset with problems previously unbeknown or marginal. Like its Nordic peers, Finland is sounding the alarm over immigrant children's rights being trampled upon in their new home country. The worst-case scenario involves forced marriage and genital mutilation, and the scope of the problem remains unknown.
Daesh has relocated its headquarters from the northern Iraqi city of Mosul to the town of Hawija in the province of Kirkuk.
Russia and Croatia expressed on Tuesday their condolences to the United Kingdom over the recent deadly terror attack outside the Manchester Arena.
Thousands of British and Dutch football fans are arriving in Stockholm ahead of Wednesday (May 24) night's Europa League final between Manchester United and Ajax of Amsterdam. Security at the Friends Arena is expected to be stepped up after Monday (May 22) night's suicide bomb attack in Manchester.
Lawyer Murat Ustundag, representing Turkish national Alparslan Celik, who had initially claimed responsibility for the murder of Russian pilot Oleg Peshkov, told Sputnik on Tuesday that he was filing an appeal against the sentence handed down to his client in the case of illegal possession of weapons.
The Russian jet crashed in Syria earlier on Tuesday with two people aboard. The plane was most likely downed by a ground missile, according to the Russian Defense Ministry.
According to initial ministry information, both pilots were able to eject from the airplane. Their current condition and whereabouts have not been released.
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