What is worrisome is that Trump seems to be pulling back from numerous campaign promises he made over the previous year and a half. And the Associated Press confirmed that, "More than half the people outside the government who met with Hillary Clinton while she was secretary of state gave money - either personally or through companies or groups - to the Clinton Foundation".
The exodus from Tal Afar, 60km west of Mosul, is causing concern among humanitarian organisations as some of the fleeing civilians are heading deeper into ISIL territory, where aid can not be sent to them, provincial officials said. Elite forces battled IS militants in eastern Mosul Thursday, looking for fresh momentum in their five-week-old offensive to retake Iraq's second city.
Trump said prosecuting Democratic rival Hillary Clinton for her handing of classified information while secretary of state or the dealings of the Clinton Foundation was "not something that I feel very strongly about". But she said that Trump believes it's time for Republicans to move on, despite his vows to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate her. He told her face-to-face at a presidential debate that if he won the presidency, she would "be in jail".
Modi said honest people would welcome the government's moves while those who had underestimated his resolve had themselves to blame. "When the government says 86 per cent of the currency is in Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes, how can that much amount of money be scrapped in four hours time without making available adequate lower denomination currency", he asked.
Look here, if this goes any further, those border gates will be opened - you should know that. "When 50,000 refugees - he added - arrived in Kapikule (the border between Turkey and Bulgaria) you started screaming, saying 'What will we do if Turkey opens border crossings?".
The U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv asked Israeli authorities to conduct an investigation into the matter. The Obama administration is questioning Israel's decision not to open a criminal investigation into the shooting death by Israeli security forces of a Palestinian-American teenager earlier this year.
Konashenkov said the US call was meant to "conceal the failures of the USA policy" in Syria , saying Russian Federation has achieved much more with its air campaign in Syria than the US -led coalition fighting the Islamic State group. Turkey is now conducting an operation to liberate Al Bab, which serves as a base for Daesh, a terror group outlawed in many countries, including Russian Federation.
Nigel Farage-who has stood by Trump throughout his campaign-was quick to congratulate him, describing his win as a political revolution that is "bigger than Brexit". What will Hillary Clinton do now after conceding the Presidential Election to Donald Trump? He went on to say he would chaperone a visit between Mr Trump and Mrs May to make sure nothing happened and would teach him British etiquette.
The new deal is a modified version containing more than 50 changes compared to the original agreement that was narrowly rejected by voters in a referendum in early October on the grounds that it was too lenient on the FARC rebels who had committed years of atrocities and bloodshed.
The EU and Turkey signed a refugee deal on March 18, which aimed to discourage irregular migration through the Aegean Sea by taking stricter measures against human traffickers and improving the conditions of almost three million Syrian refugees in Turkey.
It won't be as big and bright again for another 18 years. If you weren't able to catch the extra-large perigee on Monday, you can still see again on November 25, 2034. According to the astronomy website earthsky.org, the term supermoon entered usage five years ago when the closest full moon fell on March 19, 2011.
Tensions have run high since Indian troops killed a Kashmiri militant leader in July. Pakistan's foreign ministry said it condemned the "unprovoked" ceasefire violation, saying the military responded in a "befitting manner". Gen Raheel asks India to admit killing of 11 soldiers was posted in National of TheNews International - https://www.thenews.com.pk on November 16, 2016 and was last updated on November 16, 2016.
Among the contenders he met with was James N Mattis, a hardcharging retired Marine Corps general. President-elect Donald Trump, left, waves to the media as New Jersey Gov. Mitt Romney, the Republican presidential nominee in 2012, was "under active and serious consideration" for secretary of state, Pence said. Giuliani is one of Trump's most public and loyal allies.
Colombians overwhelmingly loathe Farc for crimes such as kidnappings and drug trafficking. And it's likely to pass, since President Juan Manuel Santos' coalition holds the balance of power in the legislative body. A few months ago, when I visited the country, I heard from some them how hard their lives have been and how eager they are to go home. They are giving them too much power.
Nikki Haley to serve as US ambassador to the United Nations and prominent charter school advocate Betsy DeVos as his secretary of education, the first women selected for top-level administration posts in his new administration. A group of academics, lawyers and data experts is also trying to persuade the Clinton team to join their effort to investigate the results in three states to check there was no foreign computer hacking that manipulated the outcome.
The Wisconsin Election Commission confirmed that it had received a recount petition from Stein, as well as independent candidate Rocky De La Fuente, with less than two hours remaining before the Friday deadline. "All three states were won by large numbers of voters, especially Pennsylvania, which was won by more than 70,000 votes". All three states were won by Donald Trump with a small margin.
Chancellor Merkel said that she will run for a fourth four-year-term to become one of the longest-serving leaders of post-war Germany . "I want to serve Germany", she said , adding she would "fight for our values and our way of life".
Gulen denies supporting the effort, which led to the purge of his supporters from Turkish governmental posts. "This man is the leader of a terrorist organization that has bombed my parliament", Erdogan said, adding that Turkey has extradited terrorism suspects to the U.S.in the past and expects the same from its American ally.
Up to 500,000 undocumented Rohingya live in Bangladesh after arriving from Myanmar in waves since the 1970s. Also, rights group Amnesty International asked Bangladesh not to forcibly send fleeing Rohingya back to Myanmar, which considers them non-citizens.
Reports said FSA fighters, backed by Turkish tanks and air strikes, continued attacks to gain control of Al-Bab on Friday. It was the first time Turkey had blamed the Assad regime - which is given military support by Russian Federation - for a deadly strike on its troops during Ankara's three month campaign inside Syria .
The World Health Organization declared nine months ago that the Zika virus was a public health emergency after microcephaly and cases of other birth defects began appearing. Georgetown University global health and law expert Lawrence Gostin described the WHO decision as " quite worrying ", particularly since the southern hemisphere will soon enter the high-risk summer season for mosquitoes.
Trump is a leader in whom I can have great confidence". Some of Mr Trump's campaign rhetoric cast doubt over long-standing U.S. alliances, including with Japan . However, according to The Guardian, the current US administration has admitted that ratification for the pact is not possible before the White House transition takes place.
They have focused their operations on Tal Afar, a large town still held by IS west of Mosul and on Wednesday announced they had cut the main road between it and Syria. The town also had a Shia community, which fled in 2014 when the hardline Sunni group swept through the region. Abadi tried to allay fears of ethnic and sectarian killings in Tal Afar, saying any force sent to recapture it would reflect the city's diversity.
Saying Kiev had enjoyed support from both parties in Washington in its confrontation with Russia, Poroshenko told a news conference after a summit with European Union leaders in Brussels: "We don't expect any significant changes in this bipartisan support".
Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell accused the police of letting Port "slip through their fingers". Police have not ruled out the possibility there may be more victims of Port's sexual abuse and appealed for them to come forward. Jurors heard Port disposed of his victims mobile phones, repeatedly lied to police and planted a fake suicide note in the hand of one of his victims that accepted blame for the death of another.
Thirty-six of the cases have occurred in females, while 21 males have been infected with the virus. The Florida Department of Health has lifted part of the Zika Zone in Miami Beach, Gov. The CDC reported 139 locally acquired mosquito-borne cases in Florida and more than 4,100 travel-associated cases of Zika in the U.S., as well as almost 32,000 locally acquired cases in U.S.
Wisconsin Elections Commission Director Michael Haas told the Wisconsin State Journal before the Stein and De La Fuente petitions were officially filed that the commission is prepared to conduct a recount. The deadline to start a recount in MI is Wednesday. In recounts, typically both candidates gain votes, in part because absentee ballots that weren't counted initially get tallied, he said.
Asked by Reuters last week whether the company was reconsidering its decision given Mr Trump's victory in the November 8 election, the company said in a statement that it was "making every effort" to help its in employees during the shift.
The casualties came a day after three Turkish soldiers were killed in a suspected Syrian air strike, the first such Turkish deaths at the hands of Syrian government forces. Turkey has said it will retaliate against the attacks. The intensifying clashes have been complicating Washington's bid to use Kurdish-led forces to launch a full-scale assault on the jihadists' self-proclaimed Syrian capital of Raqqa, and are maneuvering the US and Turkey into ever greater cross-purposes in Syria , ...
In recent years, she has been critical of the Obama administration's approach to foreign policy, accusing the president of a weak approach to terrorism and other global threats. An attorney in the Washington powerhouse law firm of Jones Day , McGahn also represented the National Republican Congressional Committee for nearly a decade beginning in 1999.
The agreement wraps together the outstanding Trump University litigation, including two federal class-action cases in San Diego, and a separate lawsuit by Eric T. Petrocelli says Trump is pleased to settle and focus on his work as president. "I already am, as far as I'm concerned", Trump said in June. He told supporters at a May rally that he would come to San Diego to testify after winning the presidency.
For defenders of the revolution, Castro was a hero who protected the ordinary people against capitalist domination. Trump had threatened to undo efforts by President Barack Obama to bring the U.S. "Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado: 'I hope these people are not criticized for celebrating his death ... this man was a dictator". Trump's statement seemed to mark a softening from his late campaign rhetoric on Cuba policy, one USA intelligence official told Reuters, speaking on the condition of ...
Mr Trump had also said he would relocate the U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv, Israel's commercial centre, to Jerusalem - a move that is a major break from current policy and would upset the Palestinians, who want at least part of Jerusalem to be the capital of a future Palestinian state.
President-elect Donald Trump announced on Wednesday that he will nominate South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, a Republican critic who once rebuked him for failing to disavow white supremacists, as USA ambassador to the United Nations. DeVos, from MI, told The Associated Press in July, "A lot of the things he has said are very off-putting and concerning". On Wednesday, however, Mr.
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump softened his stance on Tuesday on whether humans have played a role in causing climate change, according to New York Times reporters who attended an interview with the Republican. Steve Vladeck, CNN legal contributor and professor at the University of Texas School of Law, said it was unusual for a President-elect to take such a public position on whether to pursue an investigation.