WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange files suit against Ecuador over asylum protocol and for "violating his rights" after being left incommunicado for months. It also threatened to confiscate Assange's cat if he didn't take better care of its " well-being, food, and hygiene ". The WikiLeaks founder argued that the claims were "without basis" and said he feared it could lead to his extradition to the U.S.
With just a few weeks left before the midterm elections, O'Rourke is in a tight race with Republican Sen. But the bill touched on more than just Harvey relief. Still, Cruz has been a full-throated supporter of Trump's since they battled during the presidential race - and hopes that the joint appearance will assuage some conservatives around the state who were angered by the past animosity.
Hundreds of relatives of the victims engaged in sporadic protests on and near the tracks Saturday, calling for action against local authorities and the train operator, who was questioned Saturday by police. A Southern Railway official also recalled the accident and told IANS that the Amritsar accident was identical to the one that had happened in Thalaserry.
Students could be seen plummeting from the first floor into the basement, while others attempted to jump to safety, but majority were unsuccessful. People were under other people. "It was a lot to take in". Responding officers found multiple people injured. Part of the clubhouse floor collapsed into the building's basement as attendees were dancing in unison, Woodlands Property Management President Tal Slann told CNN .
Neither is resigning, the people said. Bolton commends an impenetrable line perspective to the issue, and condemned the department of homeland security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen during the exchange. The new numbers, which marked an 80 percent increase from July, are making the United States president highly critical of DHS and Nielsen's tactics, senior administration officials told Washington Post on Wednesday.
Fears of escalating bloodshed are rising ahead of planned protests in Gaza later today after Israeli authorities announced a "zero tolerance" policy towards demonstrations along the Israel/Gaza fence, said Amnesty International. A team of Egyptian mediators on Thursday shuttled between Israel and the Gaza Strip's Hamas rulers in a stepped-up effort to forge a cease-fire between the two enemies.
Ben Yeomans, Damien Irish and Kent were all smiles and had nothing but praise for the Duke after meeting him on Sunday at the Invictus Games cycling event. She's also set to join her husband at the rest of today's scheduled events - a reception hosted by the Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, as well as the Invictus Games sailing event.
In Brussels, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz showed little tolerance for Rome's profligacy, in a sign of a looming confrontation that could destabilize Italy's economy, the eurozone's third largest. The Italian government intends to temporarily increase the fiscal deficit for the fulfillment of social promises (reduction of the retirement age, the introduction of the "income of citizenship", the abolition of the Value-Added Tax increase).
On Saturday night, Phelps reflected on what she called a David and Goliath struggle, and thanked supporters, her wife Jackie and their children. "I would reject bad legislation". But despite the Liberal candidate conceding defeat on Saturday after high-profile independent Kerryn Phelps captured an apparently unsurmountable lead in the seat of Wentworth, the count has narrowed sharply as postal votes are counted.
The railways said it was not responsible for the tragedy . "Our function had nothing to do with the railways". The accident, which has claimed 59 lives so far, minister of state for railways Manoj Sinha was not due to the negligence of the national transporter, and ruled out any punitive action against the driver of the train.
But authorities at the airport denied her entry under a 2017 law banning activists affiliated with the pro-Palestinian campaign to boycott Israel. The Supreme Court said she would be allowed to enter the country. Security officials cited her role as president of a small local chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine at the University of Florida . " The Supreme Court's decision is a victory for free speech, academic freedom, and the rule of law ", Bechor and Ben-Hillel said in a ...
Trump's embassy move represented a significant break in USA policy on the status of Jerusalem and the Palestinians have argued it endangered a two-state peace solution. This responsibility will now belong to a unit within the US embassy, overseen by the ambassador to Israel. Noting that states in and outside the Middle East have exacerbated the Israeli-Palestinian discord and the intra-Palestinian divisions for their own interests, Arch.
Five tickets won $10,000 apiece, bought at a 7-Eleven in Woodbridge, a Rite Aid in Arlington, a Sunrise Family Market in Exmore, a 7-Eleven in Richmond and a Kroger in Roanoke. "It's the second largest ever". In January 2016, winning tickets from California, Florida and Tennessee shared a $1.6bn Powerball jackpot . Lucas beat odds of 1 in 1.2 million , according to the lottery's website .
The royal couple are now enjoying their first royal tour overseas together down under, taking in the sights in Australia , Tonga, Fiji and New Zealand. She travelled from England to Australia on the night of Princess Eugenie's wedding , and she's pregnant with her first child. Currently, she is busy shooting the schedule of Shonali Bose's The Sky Is Pink .
Wei and Mattis both arrived in the city-state to take part in the 5th ASEAN Defense Ministers' Meeting-Plus and Other Sideline Events scheduled from Thursday to Saturday, and the Chinese side echoed the US suggestion for a bilateral meeting.
The latest account, provided by a Saudi official who requested anonymity, includes details on how the team of 15 Saudi nationals sent to confront Khashoggi on October 2 had threatened him with being drugged and kidnapped and then killed him in a chokehold when he resisted.
The IIHS released their findings Thursday. In the second study , researchers analyzed police-reported crashes in a few legalized marijuana states, (Colorado, Oregon and Washington) and found a 5.2-percent increase in the rate of crashes per million vehicle registrations compared with neighboring states.
Hundreds of others - exhausted of waiting on the bridge - resorted to crossing the Suchiate River below on makeshift rafts and police did not intervene as they clambered up the muddy riverbank on the Mexican side. Military and CLOSE OUR SOUTHERN BORDER!". Such a move would cause chaos on the crossing, one of the world's busiest, and badly disrupt trade. The migrant caravan has angered U.S.
Unrefrigerated boxes containing about 36 sets of remains were recovered from the Perry Funeral Home along with another 27 sets of remains in a freezer, police said. Brian Bowser said. He said he was "stunned" by the discovery, which came a week after the remains of 11 infants were discovered in a ceiling at Detroit's defunct Cantrell Funeral Home.
The statements said Khashoggi's body had been disposed of by a "local collaborator", 18 men had been arrested in connection with the "cover-up", and two senior officials - close confidantes of Bin Salman - had been sacked. A number of United States lawmakers, including a Republican highly critical of the Saudis, Senator Lindsey Graham, said they were sceptical about the report on the journalist's death.
Fitzgerald said deputies arrived less than four minutes after a 911 call. Fitzgerald said investigators still have a "100 percent expectation that she's alive", but that even though they've received more than 400 tips, none have been of a credible sighting.
The Trump administration is moving to pull out of the Universal Postal Union (UPU), a 144-year-old worldwide treaty organization that sets rates for sending mail between different countries. News of a potential meeting between Xi and Trump comes amid growing hostilities between U.S. and China on a range of issues other than the trade war, including the South China Sea, Taiwan, Xinjiang and allegations of espionage.
Mr Trump said King Salman of Saudi Arabia strongly denied that the kingdom had any connection to the missing journalist, whose writings were often highly critical of the ruling royal family, reports the New York Post . Senators from both political parties have called for sanctions against Saudis responsible for Khashoggi's disappearance. The inspection was agreed after a Saudi delegation of a dozen officials arrived in Turkey while Saudi King Salman and Turkish President Recep Erdogan ...
On Thursday, Trump threatened to send the military to close the southern USA border unless Mexico stops what he calls an "onslaught" of Central American migrants. Chanting "Yes we can!" and "Mexico!" "Anyone who wants to work in our country ... will have a work visa", he said . Trump has made security on the southern border one of the signature issues of his two-year presidency, calling for a "wall" and frequently railing against what he describes as a flood of rapists, gangs and ...
Russian President Vladimir Putin has claimed Islamic State has re-emerged in Syria , taking nearly 700 hostages in US-controlled land. "They will simply die because they won't even have time to repent". He noted that Russian Federation would only launch a nuclear strike if its early warning systems spot missiles heading toward its territory, adding that "the aggressor should know that retaliation is inevitable".