After an ISIS suicide bomber targeted a Manchester concert audience of mostly teen and pre-teen girls, two unlikely men stood together on a stage in the ancient city of Bethlehem. President Donald Trump and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas each gave a brief statement before taking questions from the press. “We would like to reassert our willingness,” Abbas said to Trump, “to continue to work with you as partners in fighting terrorism in our region and in the world.” It was the kind of thing Abbas has said to western audiences many times before, and especially to U.S. presidents. But in the past, no president ever publicly called him on it while standing next to him. Quietly, diplomatically — Trump did.More Headlines
Masked gunmen killed 28 people on a bus carrying Coptic Christians, Egyptian authorities said. The vehicle was attacked as it traveled on the road to the St. Samuel Monastery in Minya province, which is located about 140 miles south of Cairo.
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