"If I thought it would help, I would apologise," state safety chief says at heated press conference.
Mr Trump rejects calls for gun control, saying Americans must be allowed to defend themselves from "evil".
Russian forces are in part of Severodonetsk and could surround local troops, an official says.
The high profile celebrity defamation case comes to a close six weeks after it began.
Gerbils, hamsters and other rodents could be particularly susceptible to the disease, warn experts.
Visitors from 98 countries will be allowed to enter, but some restrictions still remain.
The girl, 15, says she acted in self-defence after a tuk-tuk driver tried to rape her in Egypt.
Liverpool will look to win European club football's most prestigious prize for the seventh time when they face Real Madrid in a mouth-watering Champions League final in Paris on Saturday.
Their investigation finds a soldier intentionally shot Shireen Abu Aqla, but Israel calls it a lie.
The anti-drug agency cleared Aryan Khan in the case, saying "no drugs have been found" on him.
The lawsuit alleges the multi-billionaire's "wrongful conduct" has caused Twitter shares to plunge.
The United Nations is warning that the country risks famine should global food prices continue to rise.
The synth-pop duo call the keyboardist, who died this week aged 60, "warm, friendly and funny".
A search and rescue operation is continuing days after the 10-storey building fell down.
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