Netanyahu was among the first leaders Trump spoke to after his election victory, and the president-elect's message called Israel a "beacon of hope". Like right-wing Israelis, Trump himself argues that the reality in Gaza - where Israel abandoned its rule to the Palestinian Authority, enabling Hamas to turn it into a terror base - speaks for itself, said Greenblatt.
In addition, they had individual meetings with her that day and next day. The scandal has deprived South Korea of strong leadership, as economic growth slumps and some of its biggest companies suffer embarrassing setbacks. Another, holding a candle and with her child beside her, said: "I brought my child so that she could witness democracy in action and also to show her this dark time in our history".
Trump have had a contentious relationship this election cycle, but on Wednesday, Mr. Ryan was downright jubilant. Ryan says Republicans in congress will work "hand in hand" with the next president "to advance an agenda to improve the lives of the American people".
The explosion, triggered by a suicide bomber, caused extensive damage to the building and shattered windows as far as 5 km (3 miles) away, a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation spokesman said. It could not be ruled out that additional explosives were in the area, the spokesman said. 'Afghan security forces and Resolute Support (NATO) forces from Camp Marmal (German base in Mazar-i-Sharif) are on the scene'.
Residents from Stillwater and the rest of Payne County will have three opportunities to vote before Election Day , beginning Thursday from 8 a.m. -6 p.m. MI is one of the state's where a re-vote on an absentee ballot is possible, according to Oakland County Clerk Lisa Brown. Early voting wraps up on Saturday, November 5th.
She couldn't have been nicer. On Thursday, a moment that many never expected to see took place when President Obama welcomed President-elect Donald Trump into the Oval Office. I didn't think I'd say this, but I'm going to say it, and I hate to say it. During the interview, Trump also indicated that he would keep certain provisions of the Obamacare, which would benefit the people of the country including coverage of people with pre-conditions and extended coverage of children living ...
So how to the 49ers manage to lose their eight straight contest? The Cardinals turned the ball over four times, twice in the air and two fumbles, one each by Palmer and receiver J.J. Arizona's defense - Allowing just 17.5 points per game, Arizona has the fourth strongest defence for this statistic in the league. Johnson ran for 157 yards and two TDs in a 33-21 Arizona victory at San Francisco on October 8.
Even if the recovered emails are found to contain classified information, it's not clear what impact that would have on the investigation. This makes it unlikely there will be a resolution prior to the election. Trump campaign officials say if Comey made a decision to take another look at Clinton's emails at this time, then something is going on. Comey's letter was sent over the objections of Justice Department officials.
London : Six years after he was first accused of rape Julian Assange has given a full statement to a Swedish prosecutor, in a marathon session at the Ecuadorian Embassy in Knightsbridge, London . The site published thousands of classified US documents in 2010. If Mr Assange gives his consent, a DNA sample will also be taken from him. After the interview, the Swedish officials will deliver a report on the interview the Swedish prosecutor who will then evaluate whether the investigation ...
The Turnbull Government announced Sunday a one-off deal with the U.S.to take "genuine" refugees languishing for perhaps more than three years in, or near, the Australian-funded processing centres on Papua New Guinea's Manus Island and Nauru .
Absolutely. If ( Trump ) were to appoint someone who was as conservative as Scalia (to fill his seat), it becomes a conservative court, and (the Court) could overturn something like Roe v. What would Donald Trump's presidency mean for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community in the US? That has a long, long way to go.
As the 1992 agreement is an global treaty, the president does not have to consult with the Senate before withdrawing. The Paris Agreement includes a section that makes it hard for countries to withdraw once the pact takes force, and that status was reached November 4 -- unusually fast by United Nations standards, in part because of fears of a Trump presidency.
The talks were revived on Nov 1, about four years after Seoul walked out of the deal in 2012 as a result of domestic opposition. The pact is expected to run into opposition in South Korea , where memories of Tokyo's colonial rule and wartime actions still rankle.
Boiko Borisov's move comes after official results show the Socialist-backed candidate Rumen Radev, who campaigned on an anti-migrant, pro-Moscow message, winning the presidential election. Radev will take office in January for a five-year term. "General Radev's victory represents the unfolding of a pro-Russian scenario in Bulgaria so that the country supports Russian interests in the European Union and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation", political expert Antoniy Galabov told AFP.
And I say, 'Stop it.' If it-if it helps. Leslie Stahl detailed examples of the abuse from Trump supporters against people of colour that has taken place since his win. However, the president-elect showed no interest in re-litigating last year's Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marraige, an issue of departure between him and Vice President-elect Mike Pence.
Several hundred anti-Trump protesters joined the trial protesters and marched through downtown Cincinnati. In Los Angeles, an estimated 8,000 people marched Saturday to condemn what they saw as Trump's hate speech about Muslims, pledge to deport people in the country illegally and crude comments about women.
He said, around 80 percent of the problem is due to local factors, and only 20 percent is due to neighboring states. "In such a life-threatening scenario, the applicant humbly prays that this Tribunal should direct the concerned authorities of Delhi to provide mask to protect from air pollution to the school-going children and senior citizens since it is the primary responsibility".
When Stahl brought up the reported cases of Trump's supporters harassing minorities across the country, he delivered a straight-foward message. And I say, 'Stop it.' If it helps, I will say right to the cameras: "Stop it". "After the border is secured and after everything gets normalised, we're going to make a determination on the people that you're talking about who are terrific people", he said.
When asked on CBS's " 60 Minutes " about anecdotes of his supporters insulting minorities, he turned to the camera and spoke directly to viewers: "I am so saddened to hear that". In the interview, Trump also discussed lobbyists' role in his transition, his distaste for the Electoral College and the future of the Trump business brand.
Assembly secretary Lakhanpal Mishra said he will submit the resignations to the Speaker and it was for him to accept or reject them. We are going to people of Punjab now. He said that it was an open secret that Captain was desirous of contesting assembly polls due to which he had resigned from Lok Sabha on pretext of verdict of Supreme Court to mislead the people.
One of the key points of the night was his immigration polices. After a campaign of harsh rhertoric directed at the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the US, it is not surprising that many who are most directly affected by immigration policy tuned in Sunday evening.
It came after Gingrich told Fox News: "I suspect he is going to dramatically reinforce border control and customs agents and develop appropriate walls and fences which we know work". "That's the problem with the system - the system". He says he's required by law to take $1.00. "They're good people. I don't want to hurt them". The former secretary of state told donors in a conference call Saturday that Comey delivered a double whammy to her candidacy in the final days of the campaign by taking ...
But Ryan appeared friendly and gracious as they met, first over lunch and then in his Capitol office. He gets to keep his job as Senate Majority Leader. Among their various points of disagreement, Ryan criticized Trump's proposal to ban Muslim immigration into the US, called Trump's criticism of a federal judge of Mexican descent " racist " and denounced Trump's feud with the parents of a Muslim-American soldier who was killed in Iraq.
In Yahoo Sports website, R.A. Dickey has reportedly considering a retirement, but the deal set aside his thoughts and chose to keep pitching for another year. Another thing to consider here is that if the Braves fall comfortably out of the race by mid-July while Colon and/or Dickey are pitching well, there's a distinct chance one or both of these signings are "sign-and-flip" to help in the rebuilding efforts.
It also argues that Donald Trump is not fit to be the president and so shouldn't be allowed to take his position. He now says Clinton is a "very strong and very smart" woman. "If they all vote the way their states voted, Donald Trump will win". The chances seem very slim that would happen, but Clinton supporters are busy campaigning and spreading the petition, in hopes that it would sway the Electoral College to vote in her favor.
Another day, another round of hacked emails from WikiLeaks . The latest WikiLeaks email release includes one exchange between Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta and Clinton confidant Cheryl Mills that could prove potentially embarrassing.
Dodon's Socialist party wants to scrap that agreement in favor of joining a Eurasian economic union dominated by Russian Federation - a policy backed by many Moldovans who suffered financially from the goods embargo and a broader economic downturn.
He also told the lawmakers that the credit for demonetisation wouldn't rest with him alone, but would go to all parties which stood with government. Modi was firm that the inconvenience caused to the common man would not last more than a few days.
Seated next to Obama after their talks, Trump told reporters: "We really discussed a lot of situations, some wonderful, some difficulties". "I very much look forward to dealing with the president in the future, including counsel", Trump said.
He has been clear, however, on his respect for Putin as a strong leader, his desire to coordinate with Russian Federation where possible (such as fighting ISIL and "stabilising" Syria ), his preference to refrain from criticising human rights violations in increasingly authoritarian regimes in the region and to keep the United States out of local conflicts that only destabilise countries (such as Libya, Yemen, and Syria ).
One protester was shot and police used tear gas and flash-bang grenades Friday to try to disperse the crowd. Once again, protesters in New York City - which mayor Bill DeBlasio declared a safe haven for those threatened by the Trump administration on Thursday - gathered in Columbus Circle and headed for Trump Tower in Midtown, Manhattan.
The tram appeared to be on its side next to an underpass, and there was a large police cordon in the area with scores of emergency vehicles nearby. British police say the driver of a tram that derailed in London , killing seven people, has been released on bail.
On the 7 April, police visited Brizzi's flat, also in Southwark, after a neighbor complained about a "revolting smell". During the trail at the Old Bailey, Brizzi denied murdering the officer while high on crystal meth after meeting him on Grindr, claiming he died accidentally after he failed to use a safe word during a "dangerous" sex game.
Syrian regime rolls back rebel gains in Aleppo was posted in World of TheNews International - https://www.thenews.com.pk on November 13, 2016 and was last updated on November 13, 2016. Residents of eastern Aleppo said Sunday that for days they have received text messages urging them to leave in the next 24 hours. Rebel shelling of government-held western Aleppo has meanwhile killed 92 people, including 29 children, during the two-week offensive, the Observatory reported.
It knocked out New Zealand's emergency call number, 111, for about 10 minutes, police reported. Wellington city officials said some large buildings were showing signs of structural stress and that the quake would like have caused damage to some buildings.