Trump criticised over meeting with parents of UK crash victim Oct 17, 2019 0 535 12345 AFPWashingtonThe parents of a British teen killed in a road crash involving a US diplomat’s wife feel their meeting with President Donald Trump was little more than a sloppy attempt at a photo op, their spokesman said Wednesday.Tim Dunn and Charlotte Charles were surprised to be invited Tuesday to the White House, where they met with Trump himself, learned that the diplomat’s wife was in the building -- and that Trump wanted them to meet with her in front of photographers.“It struck us that this meeting was hastily arranged by nincompoops on the run,” said the spokesman, Radd Seiger.The couple refused to meet the woman, Anne Sacoolas, feeling neither the time nor place were right.Harry Dunn, aged 19, died on August 27 in a head-on collision between his motorcycle and a car being driven on the wrong side of the road in Northamptonshire in central England.Sacoolas was interviewed by police about the deadly incident but flew back to the United States after claiming diplomatic immunity.She has not been charged with criminal wrongdoing, but her claim of immunity and return to the United States have provoked an uproar in Britain.Charles said that she and her husband do want to meet with Sacoolas -- but in Britain.“She needs to come back and face the justice system,” Charles said after the 15-minute meeting. POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES India’s epic legal battle over religious site Oct 17, 2019 0 832 Indian forces shoot down three suspected rebels in Kashmir Oct 17, 2019 0 163 UK ministers told ‘good’ Brexit deal still possible Oct 17, 2019 0 668 Trump impeachment probe claims ‘dramatic progress’ AFP Washington The leader of the impeachment investigation of President Donald Trump said Tuesday that witnesses had provided substantial support for allegations that Trump illegally tried to force Ukraine to .. French Muslim body denounces ‘hysterical reactions’ in headscarf row Paris: The official body representing Islam in France on Wednesday denounced what it said were “hysterical reactions” to the veil worn by some observant Muslim women. “Extreme right-wing rhetoric against the Muslims .. Spain mulls response to violent Catalan protests AFP Barcelona Spain’s government was on Wednesday preparing a response to the violent protests which have rocked Catalonia over the jailing of nine separatist leaders for their role in a failed 2017 independence bid. .. Ukraine ‘won’t interfere’ in Trump impeachment probe, says Zelensky Riga: President Volodymyr Zelensky said Wednesday that Ukraine “will do nothing” in connection with the impeachment probe against Donald Trump over allegations the US president tried to force Kiev to investigate his .. US diplomats taken off train in Russian naval city: Reports Moscow: Russian authorities removed three US diplomats from a train in the Arctic shipyard city of Severodvinsk, news agencies reported Wednesday, citing an “informed source”. The diplomats were on Monday taken off a .. Mexico leader defends security plan as 28 killed in attacks in two days Morelia: President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador defended his strategy Tuesday for fighting the violent crime wracking Mexico, as relatives mourned 13 police officers killed in an ambush claimed by a powerful drug ..