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10 Jun 2018
Fishing is one of the most important industries in Quebec, but its future is threatened by climate change and plastic in the oceans. Many Quebecois hope the G7 countries can agree on how to address the problem, even without US President Donald Trump.
17 May 2017
British Prime Minister Theresa May says that it is up to US President Donald Trump to decide what intelligence he shares, after reports he divulged top-secret data to the Russians.
18 Mar 2017
US President Donald Trump says he backs the NATO alliance but, with visiting German Chancellor Angela Merkel at his side, stresses that some member states were not contributing enough.
8 Mar 2017
US President Donald Trump commends House Republicans after they unveiled long-awaited legislation that would repeal and replace the healthcare reforms known as Obamacare, saying he believes the bill will receive "tremendous support".
28 Feb 2017
US President Donald Trump is planning to increase military spending by nearly 10 percent. The US is already the world's biggest spender on defence, but Trump's first budget is said to include an extra $54bn.
25 Feb 2017
US President Donald Trump told supporters that building of his planned wall along the Mexican border will begin ahead of schedule. Trump was speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference, in Maryland.
24 Feb 2017
The Mexican president has described talks with two of US President Donald Trump's top officials as proof of their interest in building a constructive relationship.
21 Feb 2017
Thousands of protesters gathered in London on Monday as British MPs debated the government's decision to invite US President Donald Trump on a state visit.
19 Feb 2017
US President Donald Trump has defended his first month in office at a campaign rally in Florida. Despite a number of setbacks, Trump maintains the White House is running smoothly.
17 Feb 2017
US President Donald Trump said he will issue a new executive order to replace his controversial directive suspending travel to the United States by citizens of seven mainly-Muslim countries.
16 Feb 2017
US President Donald Trump has dropped the long-standing US commitment to a two-state solution to the Israel-Palestine conflict.
14 Feb 2017
US President Donald Trump's meeting with Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was overshadowed by a scandal involving one of Trump's top aides.

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