In a White House news conference with the Palestinian leader, Mr Trump said: "We will get this done".
The actor also said he has quit drinking since his split from Angelina Jolie.
Saad Mohammed is hopeful his painstakingly-created scroll qualifies as a Guinness World Records.
But James Comey defends his decision to reveal a renewed probe into Hillary Clinton emails.
Ex-environment minister Regina Lopez says "business interests" have "manoeuvred the decision".
Russia, the US, Turkey, Iran and Syria all support the plan, the Russian president says.
FBI Director James Comey agonised over whether to reveal investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails.
Mark Zuckerberg said it had been "heartbreaking" to hear of murder and suicide broadcast on Facebook.
There are continuing concerns about the president's health since his seven-week sick leave in the UK.
A gay man says the mortuary refused to bury his husband, but its co-owner strongly denies the claim.
A quick guide to the French presidential election - said to be the least predictable in decades.
Two officers will not be charged over the Alton Sterling shooting that sparked days of protests.
Hundreds resign their political parties after losing out in primaries so they can still stand in August's election.
The opposition activist says the ruling will not stop him standing in the presidential elections.
The girl called Australian emergency services to rescue her mother, trapped after an accident.
One bank has taken the measure, to protect people who live above the cashpoints from explosions.
It is an epic historical film, but also a chance for south Indian film fans to mock Bollywood.
Police give away free gardening tools to steer youth away from growing marijuana on the island's fertile soil.
The Taiwanese group were asked to leave the Australian conference
So-called Islamic State says a suicide bomber carried out the explosion that killed eight civilians.
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