The US space program hasn't sent astronauts to the moon since the early 1970s, but if Donald Trump has his way, NASA will be once again exploring the lunar surface before long. Presumably, those details will be worked out in the coming months, during future meetings of the National Space Council and in concert with NASA , which is still awaiting Senate confirmation of a new administrator.
Away from the hustle of media and fans, Virushka made a decision to tie the knot away in a remote resort in Tuscany, Italy. Anushka-Virat got married in Tuscany, Italy in an intimate ceremony with their families and close friends in attendance.
Witnessing the pomp and show, the Congress has knocked the door of the Election Commission calling it a violation of the model of conduct. " Gujarat nu bhalukaro, (I pray to God for Gujarat's well-being)", she said at the polling station.
The Southeast Asian Press Alliance, representing twelve journalists groups, condemned the arrests and called for their release. Reuters said Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo had been missing since late Tuesday night. They got no official information until Wednesday evening. Dominik Stillhart, ICRC director of operations told Reuters that continuing tensions in the Muslim and dominant Buddhist communities were preventing Muslim traders from reopening shops and markets.
The EU announced the six-month extension earlier in the day of the sanctions imposed in retaliation for Russia's annexation of Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula in 2014 and backing of separatist rebels in Ukraine's eastern Donbass region. She said that while "escalation" was avoided, there had not been enough progress to justify a lifting of the sanctions and it was agreed that more needed to be done to kick start the Minsk agreement.
Christians are actually a minority in Nazareth, where 69% of the residents are Muslim and only 30.9% are Christian. US President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel has caused a backlash in the region, particularly among Muslims, and the reaction's reverberated to Nazareth, where the town's mayor, Ali Salam, announced Thursday that all planned Christmas events would be canceled.
Indian-American Neomi Jehangir Rao today emerged as a key figure behind US President Donald Trump's deregulation scheme. "We're getting back below the 1960 level, and we'll be there fairly quickly", he added. The results, he said, were evident in the "record" level of the stock market. Susan Dudley, a regulatory expert at George Washington University, says that there's some indication that the White House's deregulatory push is helping to increase business confidence.
Rahul Gandhi has already been elected the new president of the party and he will formally take over the office on Saturday. The Congress hopes a round of state elections offers the party, and Gandhi, a shot at revival ahead of the next national elections, due in 2019.
Citing a report by U.N. Secretary General António Guterres, Haley insisted that the evidence showing Iran provided the Houthis with the missile-and thus violated U.N. One piece of computer equipment had been mined to extract photos that officials said were taken at a facility of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps.
CHIP's annual cost? Only $14 billion . OR has already run out of federal money, and is borrowing from its Medicaid budget to ensure its 80,000 CHIP kids keep their coverage through April. A spokeswoman for Nebraska's Department of Health and Human Services says the state could cover most of its affected children under the traditional Medicaid program into 2019, but what about those who would fall through the cracks? Health insurance for kids is in flux.
Yet, instead of an atmosphere of more threats and counter-threats, diplomats are speculating that the USA and North Korea may be ready to trade brinkmanship for "blinkmanship". Guterres told Abe that he understands Japan's concern over North Korea's nuclear threat. "North Korea's actions are not good for anyone, and certainly not good for North Korea".
Tanner, Alexander and Andrew Skelton were ages 5, 7 and 9 at the time they were reported missing. "Until this testing is completed and additional investigation by law enforcement in Montana occurs, it can not be determined if these remains belong to the missing Skelton brothers".
But the Secret Service, which provides security for the president, confirmed a pass granting her access to the presidential complex had already been deactivated. Ms Newman's resignation comes at the start of what's expected to be a round of departures heading into the new year. Manigault Newman described her conversation with Kelly as being "very candid".
President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump released their elegant Christmas photo on Wednesday, December 13, just in time for the holiday season. The official White House photo was taken by Andrea Hanks . "I would spend my holidays on a deserted island , a tropical island, with my family", the Daily Mail reported the first lady saying at an event last week.
In fact, however, Russia's military has sought to bolster the Syrian regime of Bashar al-Assad, while US forces have backed antigovernment rebels and Kurdish and Arab militias that have battled IS fighters. This is the most serious such incident involving Russian and United States planes over Syria , BBC Defence Correspondent Jonathan Marcus says.
Hamas usually evacuates such facilities when border tensions rise. No casualties have been recorded on the Israeli side. On Wednesday night, terrorists in Gaza fired four rockets at Israel. Hamas blames an Israeli-Egyptian border blockade, lack of support from Arab and Muslim nations, and Abbas' alleged attempts to undermine the group for the hardships in Gaza .
Trump also used the call to thank Putin for "acknowledging America's strong economic performance in his annual press conference", according to a White House read out of the call. Putin said it was not up to him to evaluate Trump's success as a US president. Citing the markets and consumer confidence, Putin said Trump had "some quite serious achievements" to his credit in the short time that he has been the president of the United States.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson spoke at the Atlantic Council earlier this week, and was expected to address the administration's foreign-policy challenges in a general sense. On Nov. 29, North Korea shattered almost three months of relative quit by successfully launching a Hwasong-15 intercontinental ballistic missile - which it called its "most powerful ICBM" - that left and re-entered the atmosphere before crashing into waters off the coast of Japan.
Another exit poll gave the ruling dispensation 108 seats and 74 to the Opposition Congress . VMR exit poll predicted 115 seats for the BJP , 64 for the Congress , and the remaining for other parties. A total of 25,575 polling booths had been set up in 14,523 places. Though voting in the second phase was a bit higher than the first phase, it is still less than the previous elections.
Albert Maruna, 22, a Youngstown State University student, was arrested after trying to bribe an undercover cop, posing as a 15-year-old boy, into having sex Tuesday, reported WMC Action News. The conversations became explicitly sexual in nature, with Maruna sending nude pictures and suggesting the two should get married someday. Maruna reportedly agreed to bring lubricant, a chicken Alfredo dish and Sprite.
But Cuomo would not say whether he agrees with Senator Kirsten Gillibrand on whether President Donald Trump should resign because of sexual harassment and assault allegations first made against him past year. Here's the video of the uncomfortable moment, straight from Twitter . A couple hours earlier, New York Public Radio statehouse reporter Karen DeWitt had asked the governor about the departure of an economic development official accused of sexual harassment and about what steps ...
This is yet another blow to the fossil fuel energy industry, and a seemingly significant win for environmental advocates. Now, after years of pressuring from environmentalists, the World Bank will withdraw nearly $1 billion in annual loans from oil and gas groups.
The new tests from AT&T involve its Project AirGig technology. Telecoms giant AT&T has started testing a new internet distribution service in a small area within the state of Georgia and in an unnamed location overseas. AT&T said the technology could someday deliver "gigabit" speeds to rural and urban areas near above-ground power lines. There's no word on when Project AirGig might get a wider rollout.