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 •  Macron Says Trump Handshake Was 'Moment of Truth'
French President Emmanuel Macron says his now famous white-knuckle handshake showdown with U.S. counterpart Donald Trump was "a moment of truth" — designed to show that he's no pushover.
 •  Martial Law and Rampaging Rebels: What's Duterte Doing?
President Rodrigo Duterte had to cut short his overseas trip to deal with flaring violence in the city of Marawi, overrun by separatist rebel fighters.
 •  Why Trump's Silence on NATO Is a Big Deal
The president was finally expected to promise that America would defend its NATO allies if they ever came under attack. He didn't.
 •  N. Korea Launches Yet Another Missile, Officials Say
The launch Monday morning, the second to be reported in two days, prompted South Korea's president to call a security meeting.
 •  Thousands Participate in Manchester Run as Hunt for Accomplices Continues
The run came as British Interior Minister Amber Rudd said members of the Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi's network were "potentially" still at large.
 •  Police Guard Airport Terminals Amid British Airways Chaos
Police guarded the doors of Heathrow airport's Terminal 5 on Sunday, turning away travelers unless they were within 90 minutes of departure.
 •  Here's What to Know in Politics This Week
The German leader's comments foreshadow a transformation of the U.S.-European alliances that have underwritten post-World War II stability.
 •  Merkel Says Europe Must Take Fate Into Own Hands
Europe can no longer completely rely on its allies, Merkel said, pointing to bruising meetings of G7 wealthy nations and NATO last week.
 •  Sec. Kelly: Intelligence Leaks Are 'Darn Close to Treason'
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly condemned intelligence leaks after the Ariana Grande concert bombing in Manchester as "totally unacceptable."
 •  Christians Killed by ISIS Are 'Martyrs': Pope Francis
Pope Francis expressed solidarity with Egypt's Coptic Christians Sunday following the ISIS-claimed attack on a bus carrying pilgrims to a desert monastery.
 •  Bodies of Civilians Dumped Near ISIS-Ravaged City
The discovery confirms speculation that ISIS-linked rebels killed civilians during clashes in Marawi City that led to martial law in the Philippines.
 •  North Korea's Media Says Anti-Aircraft Weapon Tested
North Korean state media said Saturday that a "new type of anti-aircraft guided weapon" was tested.
 •  Moments From Murder: New Photos of Concert Bomber
The photos released by Greater Manchester Police of a mustachioed Abedi were taken from security video on the night of the deadly attack.
 •  British Airways Hit by Global Outage, Cancels Flights
The airline announced it was canceling all flights from Heathrow and Gatwick after passengers reported long check-in lines.
 •  Trump Caps Foreign Trip With 'Unwavering Support' of Troops
The president was joined by first lady Melania Trump in a pre-Memorial Day visit to Naval Air Station Sigonella outside of Sicily.
 •  Ireland Appears Set to Elect First Openly Gay Leader
Leo Varadkar has built a wide lead in the race to succeed Enda Kenny as Ireland's prime minister.
 •  Dramatic Raids, New Arrests Over Concert Bomb Attack
Britain lowered its terror threat level to "severe" after raids by police investigating the Manchester Ariana Grande concert bombing.
 •  Trump Won't Endorse Climate Change Deal at G7 Summit
President Trump on Saturday refused to endorse a global climate change accord during the summit with international leaders, saying he needed more time.
 •  Hunt for Bomber's Accomplices Hangs Over U.K. Long Weekend
Several high-profile music festivals and sporting events are scheduled — bringing huge crowds together.
 •  Palestinian Inmates End Mass 40-Day Hunger Strike
About 1,100 inmates had taken part in the huge hunger strike that began April 17 and had raised tensions between Israel and Palestinians.
 •  Duterte Jokes About Rape During Martial Law
Duterte made the rape joke while was speaking to soldiers on Mindanao island after imposing martial law to try to crush ISIS-linked rebels.
 •  Manchester Police Make New Arrest in Bombing Probe
Manchester police said a 44-year-old man was arrested as authorities investigate the suicide bombing outside an Ariana Grande concert that killed 22.
 •  Ariana Grande to Hold Concert for Manchester Victims
Ariana Grande tweeted on Friday that she will hold a benefit concert to raise money for victims of the Manchester bombing.
 •  Masked Gunmen Kill 28 Christians Heading to Monastery in Egypt
Christians make up around 10 percent of Egypt's mostly Muslim population of 83 million.
 •  UN Rights Office Worried by Indonesian Gays' Plight
The UN is calling on Indonesian authorities to release people detained on the basis of their sexual orientation and combat anti-gay stigma.
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