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Congress to set up group on alliances: Rahul        Prepare To Fight 2019 Alone, Amit Shah Tells BJP On Rift With Shiv Sena        Money laundering scam: Zardari declared absconder by FIA        Afghan vice president Dostum escapes blast on return from exile        Sri Lanka close in on whitewash of S. Africa        Hamilton regains title lead after stunning German win        Fakhar Zaman becomes first Pakistani to hit ODI double ton        Govt slashes GST rate on several products        Third party insurance for two, four-wheeler be made mandatory: Supreme Court        Supreme Court stays Madras HC order awarding extra marks to NEET Tamil candidates        Trump invites Putin to White House in the fall        Zimbabwe vs Pakistan: Fakhar Zaman scores double century in record partnership with Imam-ul-Haq to breeze past hosts        Modi Govt Gets AIADMK Boost as No-Trust Vote Turns Into Show of Strength for 2019        IOC adds 7 medal events to 2022 Beijing Winter Games program        Indian outplay New Zealand 4-2 in hockey series opener        Samsung, Xiaomi corner 60 pc share of India's smartphone mkt in Q2: Canalys        Indo-Pacific must be free, open and and inclusive region: Swaraj        Indian man shot dead in Canada, two suspects arrested        Trump says looking forward to 'second meeting' with Putin        Mob-lynching cases: Govt asks WhatsApp for solutions beyond labelling forwards        
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International News
UK PM calls US images of migrant children 'deeply disturbing'
 
London, Jun 20 (AFP) British Prime Minister Theresa May today said images from the United States of migrant children kept in cages were "deeply disturbing" and that she would press President Donald Trump on the issue.

"On what we have seen in the United States, pictures of children being held in what appear to be cages are deeply disturbing... this is wrong," she told MPs.

May said she would raise the issue with Trump when the pair meet in Britain next month.

"When we disagree with the United States we tell them so," she told MPs.

"But we also have some key shared interests with the United States in the security and defence field and on other areas as well.

"And it is right that we are able to sit down and discuss those with the president." Trump told Republican lawmakers Tuesday he backed their efforts to craft an immigration solution that ends the politically toxic practice of separating families on the US-Mexico border.

May appeared to criticise the practice, saying that when she was interior minister: "I ended the routine detention of families with children." Opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's spokesman said the US policy was "immoral, a fundamental abuse of human rights." "We're in favour of dialogue with international leaders... but the soft pedalling on these abuses of human rights -- and it's not restricted to this issue -- by the Trump administration has achieved nothing." The prime minister has been a frequent critic and the relationship between the two appears to have soured after May became the first world leader to visit Trump's White House last February.

She spoke out against his travel ban on Muslim-majority countries, his decisions to leave the Paris climate accord and the Iran nuclear deal as well as his imposition of trade tariffs.

Relations between the pair were further strained in November after Trump re-tweeted anti-Muslim videos posted by a British far-right group.


Money laundering scam: Zardari declared absconder by FIA
Afghan vice president Dostum escapes blast on return from exile
Trump invites Putin to White House in the fall
Indian man shot dead in Canada, two suspects arrested
Trump says looking forward to 'second meeting' with Putin
'Not too late to save Brexit': ex-foreign secretary Johnson
Canada: Trudeau set to reshuffle govt ahead of 2019 election
Official: 54 released from Taliban prison in Afghanistan
Putin: US-Russia ties should not be held hostage to Mueller probe
Russia targeted by almost '25 million cyber-attacks' during World Cup: Putin
Afghan official: Taliban kill 7 police in eastern province
Trump and Putin open historic summit
Trump asked me to sue EU over Brexit, says Theresa May
Haiti prime minister resigns after deadly unrest
Former PM Nawaz Sharif, daughter Maryam arrested for corruption in Lahore
After UK-US spats, Trump flies in to turmoil in Britain
Buddha of Swat smiles nearly 11 years after Taliban dynamited it
Turkey jails mine bosses over 2014 disaster that killed 301
Merkel fires back at Trump: Germany makes 'independent decisions'
Panama, China open talks on free trade agreement
ENTERTAINMENT NEWS
I am a big flop actor: Karan Johar
 (Mumbai, May 5, 2018): Filmmaker Karan Johar is in mood to take up full-fledged acting jobs.  
Bittersweet moment for us: Akshaye on Vinod Khanna's Dadasaheb Phalke honour
Happy Sonam is getting married, Anand a great guy: Harshvardhan Kapoor
Auctioning 'Rustom' costume for good cause: Akshay Kumar
KERALA NEWS
Kerala among 13 states on thunderstorm alert
 (New Delhi, May 7, 2018): Thunderstorms accompanied by squall, hail and heavy rains are likel
Kerala Karshaka Jadha Opens to a Great Beginning / Video
Malappuram press club attack: RSS workers nabbed
Workers injured in mudslide at construction site
NATIONAL NEWS
Prepare To Fight 2019 Alone, Amit Shah Tells BJP On Rift With Shiv Sena
 (Mumbai, July 22, 2018):BJP president Amit Shah told party workers in Mumbai today that they
Supreme Court stays Madras HC order awarding extra marks to NEET Tamil candidates
Mob-lynching cases: Govt asks WhatsApp for solutions beyond labelling forwards
Unidentified 'intruder' killed at Indo-Pak border: official
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