He vowed to continue rallying Ukrainians against their nation's "corrupt authorities". Saakashvili said that he did not intend to seek asylum in Poland , and vowed to eventually return to Ukraine . Polish border police confirmed in a statement that Saakashvili had arrived in Warsaw and that "the basis for his admission into Poland was based on an application submitted by the National Migration Service of Ukraine to the commander-in-chief of Poland's border guards.
Medical professionals say a shift in the 1990s to "institutionalize" pain management opened the doors for pharmaceutical companies to encourage the mass prescribing of painkillers by doctors, and Purdue Pharma led that effort. Data from the CDC in 2016 says that opioids were the cause of 42,000 overdose deaths during that year, reports Business Insider . Last year, it was one of several drugmakers accused of marketing opioid painkillers as a safe product - only to fuel a nationwide ...
Mader told CNN previous year that Williams was "visibly choked up" and told Mader to shoot him. When Stephen asked him to show his hands, he complied, revealing a gun. Travis Blosser, Weirton's city manager, told The Washington Post the city is "pleased to see that the matter is over with". Officials in Weirton, an Ohio River community of 19,000 residents 36 miles west of Pittsburgh, had said Mader was sacked eight weeks after the shooting for conduct unbecoming of an officer in three ...
Police are launching an investigation after someone sent an envelope with white powder to former President Barack Obama's offices in Washington, D.C. The letter was addressed to her husband, Donald Trump Jr . The Secret Service and the FBI are investigating the incident. The white substance turned out to be cornstarch.
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has paid tribute to Pakistan's "human rights giant" Asma Jahangir following her death by cardiac arrest over the weekend, praising her courage in campaigns for justice and equality for all.
In her capacity as a human rights lawyer she fought many cases on behalf of those accused of blasphemy, women seeking divorce from risky marriages and other important cases. She is survived by her husband, two daughters and a son. "I would like permission to fly the national flag at half-mast on February 13, 2018 (the day of her funeral)".
Political observers had expected Trump to offer a deal on DACA recipients , who number about 700,000, but the White House plan announced in late January offered a "path to citizenship" for 1.8 million so-called Dreamers , who include those not covered by the Obama-era DACA rule .
Paul Nehlen, a Republican candidate hoping to unseat House Speaker Paul Ryan in Wisconsin in 2018, was indefinitely suspended from Twitter this weekend, which resulted in a flurry of activity from far-right and alt-right activists online.
Hitting out at the Union government on employment generation, Rahul claimed that while China was creating 50,000 jobs in 24 hours, the NDA government was generating 450 jobs in 24 hours. Pakodas and bhajjis are made of cereal powder paste mixed with grated onion and green chillies and coriander leaves, fried in oil. "Was it not state secret earlier?" Gandhi's surprise act of stopping by the roadside eatery drew curious crowds and surprised the owner of the eatery and his assistants who were ...
Heavy contingent of police along with other law enforcement agencies reached the spot and kicked off an investigation into the incident. The bodies of the deceased, whose identities are yet to be ascertained, were shifted to a nearby hospital for medical procedure.
Khan, wanted in several terror attacks cases, was on the run after his escape during an encounter at a residential building in Delhi, along with some fellow terrorists in 2008. Delhi Police announced Rs 5 lakh as a reward for the information leading to Khan's arrest. Some of Khan's accomplices had links with the Islamic State - the radical Islamist group, the police said.
CBS News says three people are hurt and NBC Washington adds that one person is in custody . The incident, which happened shortly after 7 a.m. ET, is not terror-related, USA officials told CNN. A person has been shot outside the National Security Agency's Maryland headquarters. In this image made from video and provided by WUSA TV-9, authorities investigate the scene of a shooting at Fort Meade , Md.
According to Ukraine, Saakashvili was on Ukrainian territory illegally and therefore had to return to the country from which he had arrived. He has already been successively stripped of both his Georgian and Ukrainian nationalities, rendering him stateless.
Germany's Environment Minister Barbara Hendricks wrote a letter to EU Environmental Commissioner Karmenu Vella outlining the plan. According to AFP , which first reported on the letter, other proposed measures include further restrictions on emissions from vehicle fleets like buses and taxis, low-emissions zones and support for car-sharing schemes.
What!? Please go away.' She said, 'What? "No, we're not OK", she said. "Omarosa was sacked three times on " The Apprentice " and this was the fourth time we let her go", Shah said. "When you have a Mike Pence who now puts this religious veneer on things and who calls people values voters, I think we're this a unsafe situation", she said.
The Wisconsin Republican was asked at a leadership press conference if the White House should publicly condemn domestic violence after President Trump seemed to defend him over the weekend. Gowdy told Wray in his letter that the Federal Bureau of Investigation chief's comments "may contradict" those made by White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders, who said the White House only learned of the claims against Porter when they were reported in the media on February 6.
The United Arab Emirates pledged $500 million, as did the Islamic Development Bank. Heading a diplomatic delegation, the Iranian foreign minister has travelled to Kuwait to join officials from more than 70 countries and global organizations for the conference on rebuilding Iraq .
Alexander drugged his brother, swapped clothes and walked out of the jail in January 2017. Authorities confirmed the wrong twin was behind bars after taking Giancarlo's fingerprints. Charges against the brother for helping his twin were eventually dropped. He's now on his way back to prison, but it's unlikely his twin brother will be visiting him again in a hurry.
Ambassador Mansour Ayyad Al-Otaibi said this month. Myanmar security forces then began a scorched-earth campaign against Rohingya villages that the United Nations and human rights groups have called a campaign of ethnic cleansing . He said the Government, together with highly-skilled national and local organizations, and the United Nations and other humanitarian agencies, with solid donor support, has mounted an impressive response, although conditions there remain overcrowded and ...
According to Toronto Professional Fire Firefighters' Association President Frank Ramagnano, Filippidis was able to make a call to his wife sometime this afternoon. "It was coming to the end of the day and Danny wanted to do a last run, so he was skiing alone when he went missing", Ramagnano told reporters Tuesday, adding there was no indication of any problems.
The ruling party wants Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa to take over from Zuma, who has not responded to an ANC order to quit. The Congress of South African Trade Unions said if Zuma does not agree to being recalled, the ruling party should follow the parliamentary process of a motion of no confidence.
The Emir of Kuwait , Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, has pledged $2 billion to the reconstruction of Iraq. Canada is contributing $12 million to help rebuild areas of northern and western Iraq recently liberated from Islamic State militants, the federal government announced Tuesday.
In his second resignation in several days, the now-former head of the SPD Schulz gave his support to parliamentary group leader Andrea Nahles in an upcoming leadership election that will take place on April 22nd. But three regional associations led by the powerful Berlin local party have objected to plans to install Ms Nahles as interim leader. In a cartoon published on Tuesday, the Sueddeutsche Zeitung daily showed Nahles with a whip riding an SPD snail.
It has emerged that a number of people working for the charity paid vulnerable people for sex while working in crisis-hit overseas countries. Britain's Charity Commission launched a statutory inquiry on Monday, saying it had concerns that Oxfam "may not have fully and frankly disclosed material details about the allegations at the time in 2011, its handling of the incidents since, and the impact that these have both had on public trust and confidence".
He said only 3 percent of domestically produced steel is needed for national-security purposes, potentially undermining Trump's argument. "China urges the United States to exercise restraint in using trade restrictions and abiding by the multilateral trading rules with all parties so as to give a positive impetus to the development of world economy", he said.