Donald Trump fires acting US Attorney General Sally Yates

Donald Trump fires acting US Attorney General Sally Yates

US President Donald Trump sacked the federal governments top lawyer Sally Yates after she criticised his executive order banning refugees and citizens from seven Muslim-majority nations. Yates said late on Monday (30 January) that the Department of Justice would not defend Trumps directive in court, which resulted in her being relieved of her position. Jan 31, 2017
Two suspects arrested after six killed in Quebec mosque attack

Two suspects arrested after six killed in Quebec mosque attack

Six people have been killed and eight wounded when gunmen opened fire at a mosque in Quebec City, Canada during evening prayers on 29 January. The police declined to give details of the shooters identities or motives. The incident has been described as terrorist attack on Muslims by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Jan 30, 2017
Prime Minister Theresa May booed and called facist over Donald Trump invitation

Prime Minister Theresa May booed and called facist over Donald Trump invitation

Prime Minister Theresa May was booed and shouted at as she departed the Joint Ministerial Committee on Brexit in Cardiff on 30 January. The Prime Minister extended an invitation for a State Visit to Donald Trump when she visited Washington on 27 January, the same day the President of America signed an executive order barring people from seven predominantly Muslim countries from entering the US for 90 days. A petition requesting the invitation be rescinded has reached over one million signatures. Jan 30, 2017