The demands by right-wing Hindu groups to stop the slaughter of cows, considered holy in Hinduism, could stoke communal tensions with Muslims, who dominate the meat industry and make up 14 % of India's 1.3 billion people. "We will not allow any illegal abattoirs to operate", K G Rahate, a senior Jharkhand government official told Reuters. The Chief Minister also said the government has already started the process to ban these slaughterhouses.
They made a point of putting themselves at arm's length from the House investigation marked by partisanship and disputes. "And you'll find out that we are very much doing an investigation and have been for a long time". Nunes has come under increasing fire after he said Monday that he met a source on White House grounds where he was shown in a secure setting intelligence documents, which last week he cited in a news conference as some support for Trump's claim that the Obama administration ...
Joseph Scrocca told reporters at the onset of the Tabqa Dam operation. Coalition fears over damage to the Tabqa dam forced a pause in the SDF advance on Monday, allowing access for engineers to open several of the structure's spillways via the dam's northern entrance.
In a separate letter to O'Neil dated the same day, Associate Deputy Attorney General Scott Schools wrote that Yates' testimony is "likely covered by the presidential communications privilege and possibly the deliberative process privilege".
Mohamed al-Alay, a coastguard officer in the Houthi-controled Hodeidah area, said the refugees, carrying official UNHCR documents, were going to Sudan from Yemen when an Apache helicopter attacked near the strategic Bab al-Mandab strait. The International Organization for Migration, which has operations in Yemen , said 42 bodies had been recovered. "We do not know who carried it out but survivors said they came under attack from another boat at 9 p.m., the crew used lights and shouted to ...
Ms. Sturgeon dropped a bombshell this month when she said she would seek a new referendum. The Conservative Party, which governs the United Kingdom though is the largest opposition group in the Scottish Parliament, says no referendum should take place, not least because there's no public or political consent for one.
The fourth crew member, Captain Dara Fitzpatrick, was recovered soon after the helicopter crashed but was later pronounced dead in hospital. The other crew members, Captain Mark Duffy, Winchman Ciaran Smith and Winch Operator Paul Ormsby, remain missing.
The order, signed Monday, March 6, and revised from the original one to remove language that some said benefited certain religious groups, also excluded Iraq from the list of six countries - Iran, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen - whose people are barred from entering the USA for 90 days.
Trump initially focused the blame for the failure on Democrats and predicted a dire future for the current law. House Republicans huddled Tuesday for the first time since having to pull their GOP healthcare plan Friday for a lack of votes.
There is skepticism in the United States and Middle East over the chances for restarting Israeli-Palestinian diplomacy. During the 2016 US presidential campaign, Trump's team spoke often about moving the USA embassy to Jerusalem. Friedman has attracted criticism for opposing the two-state solution and making inflammatory statements about liberal Jews. "We're extending our hand to any party that seeks to make peace prevail in our region, which if achieved, will bring prosperity to the area ...
As a result, President Trump and House Speaker Ryan had to delay the vote for the bill. But House Speaker Paul Ryan would not provide a timetable for a bill, saying they wanted to "get this right". "If he aims a proposal aimed at the middle class and the poor people, doesn't give breaks to the rich - they're doing great, God bless them, I'm glad they're doing great; they don't need another tax break - we could work with them", Schumer said.
The police are calling it a contract killing. Voronenkov and his wife openly criticized President Vladimir Putin after they left Russian Federation for Ukraine in October past year, CNN reported . In conflict with the FSB? Voronenkov had always been part of the Russian elite. "There is the clear hallmark of the Russian special services, which has been seen several times before in other European capitals".
As Brexit looms on the horizon, European Union leaders made a push for solidarity on Saturday, marking the 60th anniversary of their founding treaty with a solemn ceremony. Eventually they joined their fellow members in signing the Rome declaration , a success for a bloc that in recent years has appeared divided in the face of an influx of refugees from the Middle East and Africa.
Rivonia trialist and struggle stalwart Ahmed Kathrada has died. His wish was honoured‚ said executive director of the foundation‚ Neeshan Balton . "We should learn from Kathy humility, respect for people, love for organisation and commitment to fighting for the rights of oppressed people", Mlangeni said.
It adapts to the tone of your voice and common background noise, Selwyn said. The Galaxy S8 also has a new front focus camera . The device has a bezel-less curved edge "infinity display " covered with pristine glass and a 12MP rear camera with multi-frame processing and optical image stabilisation.
China has since allowed Filipino fishermen to return to the shoal following Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's calls for closer ties between the countries, but it does not recognize the tribunal's ruling as valid and insists it has historical claims to nearly the entire South China Sea, through which an estimated $5 trillion in global trade passes each year.
District Judge Derrick Watson granted a motion by the state to turn his temporary restraining order blocking Trump's revised executive order into a preliminary injunction, extending the ban on enforcement while the case moves forward. Watson's ruling on Wednesday means the Justice Department may now appeal the ruling to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, should it choose to do so.
The chairman of a USA committee of lawmakers investigating ties between President Donald Trump's election campaign and Russian Federation on Tuesday refused to stand down over an alleged conflict of interest, APA reports quoting Anadolu agency.
She'd originally planned to remain an unofficial adviser to Trump but reportedly has been ramping up her work there in recent weeks, including applying for a security clearance. The senators also asked what the consequences would be if Ivanka Trump violated rules that apply to regular full-time employees and what financial disclosures she would be required to make.
The news outlet pointed out that British Prime Minister Theresa May "has repeatedly insisted that "now is not the time" for a new vote. However, even if Scotland votes to leave Britain and become independent, it will not automatically remain a member of the EU.
India explained its abstention from the talks by saying that the Geneva-based Conference on Disarmament was the only "right place for pursuing nuclear disarmament" because it alone has "the mandate, the membership and the rules for embarking on the path to nuclear disarmament".
Surrounded by other supporting countries, United States Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, center, speaks to reporters outside the General Assembly at U.N. "In this day and time, we can't honestly say that we can protect our people by allowing the bad actors to have them and those of us that are good trying to keep peace and safety not to have them", she said.
She was the subject of a no-contact order, the records show. The woman, who was not shot, was later taken into custody. She has not been identified. Police said there are no indications the incident was related to terrorism. According to a reporter with WUSA-TV, the incident was an "officer-involved shooting" near the Botanic Garden. A woman struck a U.S. Capitol Police cruiser with a vehicle near the Capitol and was taken into custody, police said.
Scotland can not hold a binding independence vote without Westminster's approval and Scottish secretary David Mundell said the Conservative government would not consider the proposal until after Brexit is complete. Prime Minister Theresa May , who met Sturgeon in Glasgow on Monday as she tries to muster nationwide support for Brexit, has repeatedly rebuffed the plan for another Scottish referendum.
Mark Rowley revealed the name in a briefing outside Scotland Yard, where also announced two more "significant" arrests had been made. Earlier on Saturday, officers released seven people with no further action and a 32-year-old woman who had been arrested in Manchester was placed on police bail pending further enquiries to a date later this month.
In their joint statement, they unanimously rejected the claim of Indian authorities about Jammu and Kashmir & said that India has forcibly occupied the state and hence have no right to claim or issue ridiculous statements. He further added that the entire J&K was an integral part of India and any unilateral decision that acceded to India by the Instrument of Accession is also against the spirit of the Shimla Agreement.
And we - at least, I can speak for the European Union but I am sure that I reflect also the President's view in this respect - welcome the fact that the United States administration shows interest in solving the Middle East Peace Process. Netanyahu called on Palestinian leaders to recognize the Israeli state and work on a peace deal. "I believe that the common dangers faced by Israel and many of our Arab neighbors now offer a rare opportunity to build bridges towards a better future, a ...
She said in January, "While I am sure a positive agreement can be reached, I am equally clear that no deal for Britain is better than a bad deal for Britain". Effectively, there are two issues to be settled - the terms of Britain's withdrawal from the European Union and arrangements for future trade relations.
The gathering comes ahead of White House meetings in the coming weeks with three Arab leaders - Jordan's King Abdullah II, Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. The Palestinian issue and the decade-long Israeli-Palestinian conflict will feature high on the summit's agenda, in addition to the situation in Syria, war on terrorism and pan-Arab cooperation, according to a copy of the draft resolutions.
Yildirim said in an interview with a local broadcaster that from now on any Turkish military operations in Syria would be known by a new name, German news agency DPA reported. Turkey, however, denied the killing of civilians in al-Bab. Yildirim on Wednesday said it was "unethical" that the USA was working with Syrian Kurdish fighters.
The Prime Minister immediately ran into resistance from German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the European Parliament over her goal of conducting negotiations on Britain's trade relations with Europe at the same time as talks on arrangements for Brexit.
FILE - In this January 24, 2017 file photo, White House Senior Adviser Jared Kushner arrives for a meeting between President Donald Trump and automobile leaders in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington . Devin Nunes' independence from the White House. Nunes worked on Trump's transition team and is now leading an investigation into possible links between that campaign team and Russian Federation.
Zuma did not attend the funeral after the Kathrada family requested that he stay away. Affectionately known as "Uncle Kathy", the liberation struggle stalwart who spent 26 years in prison under the apartheid government, was a critic of Zuma.
On Monday, speaking to AIPAC, the powerful pro-Israel lobby, Trump's Vice President insisted at least one Trump campaign promise was still alive. "Israel is committed to working with President Trump to advance peace with the Palestinians and with all our neighbours".
Both he and Choi have strongly denied wrongdoing, as has the former President. Park, 65, faces multiple charges from abuse of power to bribery, and is the fourth former South Korean leader to be probed or jailed over corruption scandals. Mar 21, 2017- Ousted South Korean President Park Geun-hye is being questioned by prosecutors over a corruption scandal that brought her down. By law, a presidential election must take place in 60 days-by May 9 at the latest.