A Reuters witness said many shops remained shuttered on Tuesday and fire trucks were outside a major shopping mall, which was closed and had netting draped from its walls, apparently for protection. Chief Minister of Karnataka, Siddaramaiah has assured that he would deal with such violent protests with an iron hand. Earlier in the day, reacting to the ongoing violence in Karnataka over the distribution of waters from Cauvery River to Tamil Nadu, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said it ...
Finally, a 2013 contribution of $25,000 to Attorney General Pam Bondi's electoral campaign at the same time her office was considering whether to open an investigation into Trump University , has also come under scrutiny, according to NBC .
You know, it is something that has occurred a few times over the course of my life. Trump dismissed suggestions the Democratic Party may be considering replacing the 68-year-old Clinton as its standard bearer in November's elections, but added: 'Whatever it is, it is; I'm ready'.
Clinton, who has said she is the candidate to unify a divided country, made the "deplorables" comment at a fundraiser Friday night in NY. Her campaign said later she was diagnosed with pneumonia. A federal investigation of that issue said she was "extremely careless" in her handling of classified emails, but did not recommend criminal charges.
Asked about possible restrictions on British people looking to come into the UK, Rudd told the BBC's Andrew Marr Show on Sunday: "We do not rule it out". "I'm completely committed to making sure that we reduce it and yes, tens of thousands, although it will take some time ", she said. British Home Secretary Amber Rudd has fuelled speculation about potential visa requirements post-Brexit for Britons travelling into the European Union when she said it couldn't be ruled out.
One suspect, Mahir Al-H, is reported to have joined ISIS in September 2015 and been given weapon and explosives training in Raqqa. Three Syrian nationals suspected of being ISIS members were arrested Tuesday in Germany, and are being investigated in connection with November's deadly terror attacks in Paris, authorities said.
The 28-year-old British woman died in July in the northern Punjab region of Pakistan, the BBC noted. Shahid's second husband, Syed Mukhtar Kazam, told CNN he believed his wife was killed in a so-called honor killing , because her family disapproved of their marriage.
He was reported to have been hospitalized last week and rumors of his death have circulated for days. "Dear compatriots, it is with a heavy heart that we inform you that the health of our President has sharply deteriorated in the past 24 hours to reach a critical state, according to the doctors", the statement said.
Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton said yesterday she regretted calling half of Donald Trump's supporters "deplorable" - a remark the billionaire Republican candidate slammed as her "worst mistake of the political season". Trump leads Mrs. Clinton, the former secretary of state, by 1 percentage point - 42 percent to 41 percent - among likely voters in Arizona, which the GOP has carried in each presidential contest since 2000, and by 3 percentage points - 46 percent to 43 ...
Mrs. Clinton's assertion came in response to a question from the anchor Yonit Levi about why she does not use the term "war on radical Islam", a frequent critique from the political right in both America and Israel. "And unfortunately there are people like that". Speaking with Israel's Channel 2, Mrs. Clinton said that by singling out Muslims during his campaign, Mr.
Saudi foreign minister Adel al-Jubeir said that if the bill becomes law, then the country would sell $750 billion in USA assets, including treasury securities. He has expressed opposition to the legislation, arguing it would strain diplomatic relations with the country. Under federal law, once the JASTA bill is sent to Obama, he has 10 days, not including Sundays, to veto it, which would then send the bill back to the Senate.
Societies that respect all people are the ones that pursue peace. "We thought it was important now in the context of the Russian attempt to arrange a summit between Abbas and Netanyahu, particularly because of Abbas' joint KGB past with Putin", Ramez said.
That assertion is contradicted by an interview Trump did with Howard Stern in September 2002 in which he was asked whether he supported the invasion. The 9/11 families are never far from her mind, she said, including when she and the rest of the Obama administration killed Bin Laden dead, remember that: "That's who I was thinking of ten years later in the White House situation room when the decision was made with President Obama to bring Bin Laden to justice".
In a statement, the White House said , "Obama had a brief discussion with President Duterte before the ASEAN Gala Dinner in the leaders' hold space". 9, 2016. The crackdown has seen Duterte's domestic popularity soar but has prompted widespread global condemnation from the United Nations and human rights watchdogs, and the American Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines said it was also damaging investor sentiment.
In a joint statement, the band said: " Jeremy has re-ignited an interest in politics for people who no longer felt included, and engaged and inspired a new generation of young voters who, for the first time, believe that they have an incorruptible politician who truly represents them.
Chief Constable David Thompson of West Midlands Police has mooted the idea of hiring female officers who wear the traditional Islamic dress. Speaking after a meeting to discuss the proposal, the senior officer said: " We would need to consider our own rules and cultural sensitivity ".
The whiplash of trading Hangzhou's Gucci-filled malls and glass skyscrapers for the colonial facades of this sleepy riverside capital was yet another reminder of the complexities of Asia that Obama hands off to his successor in January. President Barack Obama says the USA wants to work constructively with Southeast Asian nations to lower tensions with China in the South China Sea. Sources said that Duterte was "not feeling well".
Apple's top lawyer is striking back at the European Commission, saying the organisation's numbers don't add up, just days after CEO Tim Cook blasted the Commission's demand for back taxes as " total political crap ". "This is not a commission finding that stands by a small country", said the taoiseach (prime minister). The party's finance spokesman Pearse Doherty said Apple had operated "a sort of untaxed Bermuda Triangle" facilitated by Ireland.
The majority of England's players are understood to be sufficiently reassured after a briefing by security expert Reg Dickason to sign up to the trip this weekend. "I have been to places before when things have become a distraction and once or twice when that has been security, and when it has been I told myself I would not put myself in that situation again", Morgan said.
France 3 television said the cable auto was stopped after cables got tangled in high wind. Four helicopters managed to rescue about 50 people from the cable cars before night fell over the Alps. Chamonix Mayor Eric Fournier told BFMTV that helicopters are being used to get the people back down to the valley. Mont Blanc, western Europe's highest mountain.
Apart from the 10 ASEAN member states, East Asia Summit includes India, China, Japan, Republic of Korea, Australia, New Zealand, the United States and Russian Federation. The ASEAN-India economic integration process has got a fillip with the creation of the ASEAN-India Free Trade Area in July 2015, following the entry into force of the ASEAN-India Trade in Services and Investment Agreements.
During a meeting with his French counterpart Francois Hollande, Xi said China is willing to work with France to improve cooperation in various areas, enhance people-to-people exchanges and strengthen communication and coordination in worldwide affairs.
Of white respondents, 55 percent are supporting Trump while only 34 percent now back Clinton . "His whole campaign has been one long insult to all those who have worn the uniform to protect our most cherished American values". "We've never had the nominee of one of our major parties urging the Russians to hack", Clinton said in a news conference. "Wouldn't it be nice if we actually got along with Russian Federation and you could knock them out together?" Trump promised to fix problems ...
Trump said he's provided the "most extensive financial review of anybody in the history of politics" and because he's under a "routine audit", he's not able to make his tax returns public... Pence reiterated the stand Trump took in a speech last Wednesday in Phoenix. Hillary Clinton is the most dishonest presidential candidate since Richard Nixon, Indiana Governor Mike Pence said a day after the FBI released a report on its investigation into the Democrat's e-mail usage as secretary of ...
The slouching vice premier was interrogated and found to be an "anti-revolutionary agitator" before his execution in July, a South Korean official said. Yonhap reported that Kim has had more than 100 government and military officials killed since taking power in 2011 after his father's death. Jeong said Yong-Jin was promoted to vice premier in 2012 after serving as education minister.
The Prime Minister will give her verdict on the £18 billion project later this month, with security implications and the high cost of the energy produced by the Somerset plant among the concerns raised by critics about the scheme. May, who became prime minister in July following David Cameron's resignation after the referendum, ruled out any chance the United Kingdom might ultimately stay in the EU.
The Britain-based monitor said "rebels and Islamist factions backed by Turkish tanks and warplanes" had taken several villages on the border "after IS withdrew from them, ending IS's presence". Aleppo city is under controls of several groups in different parts. Erdogan has said Turkey would not allow a "terror corridor" on its southern border.
With nothing but pride at stake, it was the hosts who dominated and Salisu Yusuf's men spurned a multitude of chances before Manchester City teenager Iheanacho's illuminating 79th-minute intervention. "Now we need to stick together and we want the same kind of support we got here and do well for the World Cup qualifiers which is very important now", said Mikel.
Chief executive of NHS Providers, Chris Hopson, said the proposed strikes will "lead to an estimated 125,000 lost operations and over one million lost outpatient appointments". But doctors say the contracts, due to be imposed in weeks, will jeopardise patient safety because doctors will have to work more hours. Chief executive Katherine Murphy told the Press Association: "From a patient's point of view it is obviously catastrophic news - the scale of the industrial action is unforgivable".
The woman hit Gallo in the head numerous times with a metal baseball bat before he was subdued by arriving deputies. Martin County Sheriff William Snyder said Gallo has admitted that he and a friend took a synthetic drug similar to flakka.