President Trump calls for unity against terrorism

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"This is a battle between good and evil", he added.

"This is not a battle between different faiths, different sects, or different civilisations", Trump said. "Instead, we are here to offer partnership, based on shared interests and values".

Both the First Lady and the First Daughter-turned-Assistant to the President opted against wearing headscarves during their visit to Saudi Arabia.

Trump also said that he plans to meet with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu later on his foreign tour, and said that peace between the two sides was possible.

Klein, however, expressed disappointment that Trump did not call on Muslim leaders to condemn the terror groups by name, and that Trump also did not insist Muslim leaders end the use of textbooks promoting Islamic extremism.

Iran's foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, advised Trump to discuss how to avoid another September 11 attack with the Saudi hosts of his first official visit overseas, Zarif wrote in an editorial published on Sunday.

He also said that the US and its regional allies should be aware of the fact that Iran is a "democratic, stable and powerful" country which seeks to fight terrorism and violence and will not change its path because of the USA claims.

Trump placing a wreath on a grave engraved with the words: "Obama's Policies".

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Utkal Chemist and Drugist Association in the state also supporting this stir. Medicines were, however, available at shops inside hospitals.

There were no promises of new financial investment or announcements of increased USA military presence in the region.

"Drive. Them. Out. Drive them out of your places of worship", Trump declared. Drive them out of your community.

Trump referenced the new center in his speech to 50 Middle East leaders Sunday afternoon.

The king has lavished praise and all the trappings of a royal welcome on the new American president, welcoming in particular Mr Trump's pledge to be tougher on Iran than Mr Obama was.

U.S. President Donald Trump called on Arab leaders to do their fair share to "drive out" terrorism from their countries on Sunday in a speech that put the burden on the region to combat militant groups.

"He's just an exhausted guy", a senior White House official told reporters on background, per The Hill.

Soon after Trump embarked on his trip on Friday, he was hit with more accusations that, with Comey's firing on May 9, he was trying to squelch a federal investigation into his campaign's ties with Russian Federation previous year.

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