"There's nothing to learn from them," Trump told The Associated Press in an interview Tuesday. He also has said he doesn't believe voters are interested.
Environmental groups have called on the government to round up Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy’s cattle with a mass seizure of livestock that some fear could lead to a tense standoff between armed militia groups and federal authorities.
A coalition of wildlife organizations wrote to the US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) on Monday urging the agency to remove Bundy’s cattle in the Gold Butte area of Nevada, where the 70-year-old has for years allowed his cows to graze freely on public lands in defiance of federal land-use restrictions.
Obama will become the first sitting U.S. president to visit Hiroshima, where more than 80,000 people were killed when the United States dropped a nuclear bomb to force a Japanese surrender at the end of WWII.
Obama will begin a week-long visit to Vietnam and Japan starting May 21, his tenth trip to Asia. He will hold official meetings with Vietnamese officials to improve relations between both countries. Obama will also advocate for the approval of the Trans-Pacific Partnership during his trip to Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.
Dozens of people are reported to have been killed in an air strike on a refugee camp in rebel-held northern Syria, monitors and witnesses say.
Images on social media showed tents destroyed at the Kamouna camp near Sarmada in Idlib province, close to the Turkish border. Some reports say the attack was by Syrian or Russian warplanes but this has not been confirmed.
The strike comes a day after the extension of a truce was confirmed.
John Kasich ended his presidential bid on Wednesday, one day after Donald Trump became the presumptive nominee and Ted Cruz bowed out of the race.
The Ohio governor had long ago been mathematically eliminated from clinching the GOP nomination outright but had hoped to emerge as a consensus candidate at a contested convention. On Wednesday, he acknowledged that his message failed to break through all the noise of the 2016 race but that he is optimistic about his future.
An air strike hit a clinic in a rebel-held district of Aleppo on Friday, the civil defence said, the second time this week a medical facility in Syria's second city has been hit.
The strike on the Al-Marja neighbourhood wounded several people, including at least one nurse, the civil defence, known as the White Helmets, said.
Local sources said that at least five people had been killed. The clinic had been providing dental services and treatment for chronic illnesses for about five years.
More than 10 years after a bloody civil war ended in Nepal, the country has finally started a process of transitional justice.
Some 16,000 people were killed in a decade of Maoist rebellion and at least 1,400 went missing, most at the hands of security forces.
The families of those who disappeared during the 1996-2006 conflict have finally started to register their complaints, but the response has been lukewarm.
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