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Today β€” May 27th 2019Actual

Trump seizes on NYU professor’s tweet to push change of libel laws

By Frank Miles

President Trump on Monday tweeted that libel laws in the U.S. should be modified to hold the news media accountable and seized on a New York University professor’s false tweet as an example of journalistic malpractice.

From Japan, Trump doubles down on Biden criticism and embrace of Kim Jong Un

President Donald Trump doubled down on his support for North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's scathing view of former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden on Monday, dismissing criticism that he was siding with a dictator over a fellow American.

Snapchat employees abused data access, spied on users: report

By Chris Perez

Snapchat employees have been using internal tools — which offer them privileged access to user data — to spy on people’s pages, a report says.

Trump meets with families of Japanese abducted by N. Korea

Families of Japanese who were abducted by North Korea in the 1970s and 1980s have thanked President Donald Trump for his sympathy and for meeting with them while visiting Japan.

Far-right to vote against Austrian leader in parliament

Austria's far-right Freedom Party plans to back a no-confidence vote against the country's chancellor, Sebastian Kurz, following their coalition break over a video scandal.

North Korea dubs Bolton's missile comments 'more than ignorant': KCNA

U.S. National Security Adviser John Bolton is "more than ignorant" to argue that North Korea's recent missile tests violated U.N. resolutions, the North's foreign ministry said in a statement on Monday.

Trump to help Japan bring abductees home from North Korea, but families wary

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday he would work with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to bring home Japanese citizens kidnapped by North Korean agents decades ago, but family members warned him not to be duped.

Spain's Sanchez, France's Macron to talk EU jobs on Monday

Spain's Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez will meet France's centrist President Emmanuel Macron on Monday to discuss the allocation of top jobs in the European Parliament, the PM's office said.

Gillette ad focuses on transgender man shaving for the first time

By Gerren Keith Gaynor

A new Gillette ad released last week Thursday features a transgender man shaving for the first time.

France approves of trials in Iraq for French IS fighters

France's foreign affairs ministry says the Iraqi court that sentenced three French citizens to death for being members of the Islamic State group has jurisdiction to rule in the case.

Suspect arrested after Lyon bomb attack that wounded 13

French Interior minister Christophe Castaner says a suspect has been arrested following a blast in the city of Lyon that wounded 13 people last week.

Chicago pastor who tutored 12-year-old twin sisters charged with sex crimes: police

By Bradford Betz

A Chicago pastor who was offering tutoring services in his apartment has been arrested on suspicion that he inappropriately touched two 12-year-old twin girls who were his students, police said on Sunday.

Dane in lead to become mayor of German port city of Rostock

A Danish businessman is in the lead to become mayor of Rostock and become the first non-German citizen to head a large city in Germany.

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