Estonian Leader Hopes Donald Trump 'Would Be Well-Briefed on Foreign Affairs'
With less than 75 days until the United States presidential election , one world leader has weighed in on the prospect of a Donald Trump administration. “I would certainly hope that he would be well-briefed on foreign affairs, so that he knows who does what,” Toomas Hendrik Ilves, the president of
Estonia's President Hopes Trump 'Would Be Well-Briefed on Foreign Affairs'
ABC News' Martha Raddatz spoke with Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves on Trump and Putin.
Martha Raddatz Talks to F-15 Pilot Amid NATO War Games in Estonia
Hey welcome everybody to FaceBook live and ABC's live. I am in you stony which is on the Balkans the Baltic Sea and I am where it. Major and the trap is his call sign least not. He is an F fifteen pilot and he took me flying with him in the backseat today I wasn't really that great of a vaccine
Merkel Urges Britain to File EU Exit Request Soon
Merkel urges Britain to file formal request for EU exit soon to ease relationship with bloc
Authorities Investigate Russian Cyberattack on The New York Times
U.S. officials say they are investigating a series of cyberattacks against The New York Times’ Moscow bureau in what authorities suspect is a continuing onslaught of sneak attacks by Russia. None of the Times’ internal systems were compromised, the paper said. “We are constantly monitoring our
Top-Seed Radwanska Advances at Connecticut Open
Top-seed Agnieszka Radwanska breezed past 19-year-old Jelena Ostapenko 7-5, 6-1 Tuesday night in the second round of the Connecticut Open
The Latest: Trump Pays Tribute to Border Patrol Agents
Donald Trump is paying tribute to border patrol agents and to the families of those whose loved ones were murdered by immigrants in the nation illegally
Biden: US Committed to Protecting Baltic States From Russia
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden has reaffirmed America's commitment to defending the Baltic nations of Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia against any threat from neighboring Russia
4-Time Champ Wozniacki Exits Connecticut Open in 1st Round
Caroline Wozniacki entered the Connecticut Open as a wild card, hoping a tournament she has won four times would help her tune up for the U.S. Open
Italy, German, French Eye Beefed up EU Defense After Attacks
The leaders of Italy, France and Germany vowed Monday to improve European-wide security efforts in the wake of Islamic extremist attacks as they made a symbolic bid to relaunch the European Union after Britain's vote to leave