Police arrest 14th person in connection with Manchester attack
LONDON British police said on Sunday they had arrested a 14th person in connection with the Manchester suicide bombing, and were searching a property in the south of the city.
UNITED NATIONS U.N. chief Antonio Guterres accepted the resignation of the head of the U.N. West Asia commission on Friday after he asked her to remove from the internet a report accusing Israel of imposing an "apartheid regime" on Palestinians, a U.N. spokesman said.
"This is not about content, this is about process," said Guterres' spokesman Stephane Dujarric.
"The secretary-general cannot accept that an under-secretary-general or any other senior U.N. official that reports to him would authorize the publication under the U.N. name, under the U.N. logo, without consulting the competent departments and even himself," he told reporters.
(Reporting by Michelle Nichols)
WASHINGTON U.S. President Donald Trump attacked the news media and dismissed leaks from the White House as "fake news" on Sunday, following reports his son-in-law tried to set up a secret channel of communications with Moscow before Trump took office.
PARIS/KINSHASA Militiamen have a freed French national and three Congolese who were kidnapped in March during an attack on Banro Corp's Namoya gold mine in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, the Interior Ministry said on Sunday.