As per the deal, al-Nusra militants and their families shall leave to Idlib province in Syria . "We are in the face of a very big military victory", Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah said in a televised speech on Wednesday. Nasrallah says the next phase of the offensive is to target a nearby enclave, which is now controlled by ISIS. Almost 1.5 million Syrian refugees are in Lebanon, around a quarter of its population, where most live in severe poverty.
Pakistan's foreign ministry says Afghan forces have rescued two Pakistani diplomats who were abducted in Afghanistan last month. No group had claimed responsibility for the kidnapping. This comes as the officials have always been insisting that the Afghan militant groups, specifically the Haqqani terrorist network are having freedom of actions and sanctuaries under the support of certain elements in Pakistan from where they plan and launch attacks in Afghanistan.
For now, it has asked the European Union for more planes and Italy provided one Tuesday. On Friday morning, firefighters said the majority of the blazes were "under control". The fires have hit areas in southern France, including the Var, Vaucluse, Alpes-Maritimes and Bouches-du-Rhone departments and the town of Carros to the north of Nice.
A vast majority of Republicans , 82 percent, said the party is just anti-Trump. The Democrat from NY argued that sticking with a strictly economic message will reunite blue collar, working Democrats with the groups that propelled Obama to the presidency - women, people of color, millennials, LGBT people and the college educated.
Full stop. [The directive is] "politically incorrect, but law enforcement-wise, very correct". "It's not okay to violate the laws of this country". Asked about how he thought the bill would fare in the Democrat-controlled Legislature, Lyons said, "Beacon Hill, I can't predict what's going on up there".
An ex-cheerleader and lawyer in Florida are calling it quits - partly because she's a fan of President Trump , and he isn't. In an unusual move, Lynn - who runs her own eponymous public relations firm - made the announcement in a press release, where she revealed she felt "increasingly isolated in the marriage" due to their political differences.
Choe Thae-bok, a vice chairman of the ruling party's central committee, met with Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in February during his visit to Tehran . The penalties reflect an attempt by President Donald Trump's administration to show it's staying tough on Iran even though Trump has yet to scrap the 2015 nuclear deal, despite threatening to do so as a candidate and arguing it's a bad deal.
China claims nearly 90 percent of the potentially energy rich ocean despite competing claims from Vietnam, the Philippines, Brunei, Malaysia, and Taiwan. USA trade estimated at $1.2 trillion a year passes through the South China Sea, and Washington is determined to protect the cargo. China's construction of islands and military facilities in the South China Sea has stoked worldwide condemnation, amid concern Beijing is seeking to restrict free movement and extend its strategic reach.
The ministry said the sanctions confirm the "extreme aggression of U.S.in worldwide affairs". Russia's foreign ministry on Friday announced counter measures in response to tough new sanctions proposed by the United States, ordering Washington to reduce its diplomatic staff.
Western governments are pushing a UN-backed political agreement to unify the country under which Sarraj's Tripoli-based government was installed. Leaders for the top two rival forces in Libya just met near Paris. Sources hinted that Haftar had arrived in France ahead of Serraj and was expected to meet with President Emmanuel Macron . The now-issued statement could provide a foundation for the UN's Salame to use in future Libyan peace talks.
In addition, the US Embassy will not be allowed to use all storage facilities on Dorozhnaya Street in Moscow and country houses near in Serebryany Bor from August 1. The US ambassador to Russia, John Tefft, was summoned to the foreign ministry on Friday morning to be given the news. Thirty-five Russian diplomats were expelled from the United States in December under sanctions imposed by President Barack Obama in response to Russia's alleged meddling in the 2016 US election.
It was not immediately clear how many USA diplomats and other workers would be forced to leave the country. That warning reflected rising frustration in Moscow over the Trump administration's refusal to hand back two Russian diplomatic compounds which were seized at the same time as the diplomats were sent home.
Senior political commentator Farooq Moin said the judgment was "historic". The closed-door meeting, the details of which have been leaked all over the media, is also being noted for Nisar's confrontation with Sharif over the former's exclusion from recent meetings called by the prime minister regarding the future course of the party.
The officers mentioned how disturbing it was for the man behind the wheels to lose his dream vehicle. South Yorkshire Police say they were surprised to see that the driver had escaped the blaze mostly unharmed, adding that he was "very lucky" to walk away from the crash with only "minor cuts and bruises".
Trump said that Sessions' recusal was "extremely unfair , and that's a mild word, to the President". President Donald Trump ratcheted up his criticism of Attorney General Jeff Sessions during an interview with the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday.
The installation of the metal detectors set off widespread protests and deadly Israeli-Palestinian violence over the past week. Large crowds of Muslims prayed outside the shrine in protest every day, refusing to pass through the metal detectors.
Scaramucci said people were "wrong" to interpret his tweet as an accusation that Priebus was responsible for leaking his information. Speaking the morning after his financial forms had been anonymously leaked to Politico , Scaramucci said he and President Trump have "a very, very good idea of who the leakers are, who the senior leakers are in the White House".
Bill Haslam in a statement. Add sales tax to that, and the numbers can add up. There are a few curiosities about the sales tax holiday, and how it "primarily" relates to school items. However, the school supplies exemption does not extend to reference books, instructional materials or computer supplies. Computer parts, like keyboards and monitors, when not sold with a CPU.
They expect President Donald J. Trump and his administration will impose economic sanctions "that materially increase the risk of a debt default" and undermine Maduro. He calls on the Venezuelan army not to deploy Sunday to protect the vote. "Congratulations for these imperialist sanctions", he said, before handing out the symbolic swords.
Kpodoh said the various attempts by some opposition governors and politicians to rubbish the president over his ill health and wish him dead were wicked, ungodly and a deliberate display of hatred. However, there were claims that the picture released to show the visit was not original. On July 11, Acting President Yemi Osinbajo also visited the president in London and reported that he was recuperating fast.
Vargas made a call to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, but he was concerned that they would want to kill the animal. "If I didn't have that I would have to just grab the jaws and pull him out that way". The officer then put it into the back of his patrol auto and took it to a nearby canal. Instead, he placed the gator in the back of his patrol vehicle and drove out to a nearby canal, where it was released back into the wild.
Japanese Defense Minister Tomomi Inada stepped down on Friday, capping her brief but embattled tenure that was marred more by gaffs and scandals than by achievements under Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Days before the Tokyo election Inada called on voters to support the LDP in the name of her ministry and the military. Abe, who began his current term as prime minister in December 2012, testified before the Japanese Diet earlier this week on the scandal, but remains vulnerable to challenges ...
Iranian officials have repeatedly said Iran maintains its right to respond to the United States if the latter does not comply with the nuclear deal. The measure passed Tuesday now goes to the U.S. The accord took effect in January 2016 and was supposed to terminate all nuclear-related sanctions against Iran all at once, but its implementation has been hampered mainly due to USA policies.
President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines says that he may take extreme measures to combat the government opposition he insists is brewing in tribal schools. He was among 300 teachers, students and parents who traveled to Manila this week to join street protests and complain before the Commission on Human Rights over reported shootings and troop encampment in their schools.
The Transport Agency offered its assurance that, to its knowledge, none of the vulnerable data outsourced to IMB had landed in the wrong hands. Sweden is in the grip of a political crisis as Prime Minister Stefan Lofven reshuffled his minority cabinet in a bid to avoid calling an early election.