Prosecutors have said Park is answering questions and that her statements are mainly denying the 13 charges against her. Sign up to our daily newsletter for your chance to win. Anti-Park protesters also gathered, demanding her arrest. A private citizen once again, Park's convoy drove at walking pace through crowds of flag-waving supporters lining the street outside her home, before speeding up.
On CBS This Morning, House Speaker Paul Ryan said he doesn't want to see the President negotiate with Democrats on a National Health Care Plan. Under the compromise proposal, the original "bathroom Bill" would be repealed, but the new proposal would not extend to multi-stall restrooms and it would also not extend to places of work, hotels or restaurants until 2020.
Ross explained that under the first order, the Commerce Department would conduct a 90-day review of the causes of trade deficits country by country, product by product. The President ignored the questions and moved to another room, only to be chased by Vice President Mike Pence, who picked up the folders containing the two executive orders.
At least 30 people have been left injured following an explosion at a busy carnival in France. Onlookers were hit by chunks of burning wood and suffered primarily from burns. An official with the prosecutor's office of the Seine-Saint-Denis region said five of those injured today were hospitalized with serious injuries. Officials said there was no indication that the incident involved arson or terrorism, but the explosion and flames did cause momentary panic.
Rep. Adam Schiff says the White House has not explained why the materials were shared with only one member of the committee, chairman Devin Nunes . The official pointed instead to the other official named in the New York Times report , Michael Ellis, a White House lawyer who previously worked for Nunes on the House committee.
Nigerian students are being attacked in India over allegations that some of them drugged an Indian student to death. The latest attacks in Noida, a town in Uttar Pradesh state, which saw five Nigerians beaten and badly wounded by a mob on Monday (Mar.
As a result of Thursday's agreement, several North Korean suspects, reportedly together with Kim's body, were allowed to travel on Friday to North Korea and, in return, nine Malaysians were also permitted to travel home. Investigators say Kim was poisoned with nerve agent in a Kuala Lumpur airport terminal and quickly died February 13. He added the government would not make any changes to the existing procedures for North Korean migrants to work in Malaysia.
Rudd added. The UK Home Secretary, speaking on the Andrew Marr show , said that encrypted platforms give terrorists "a secret place for terrorists to communicate with each other". This is not the first time that governments and the tech industry have been at odds with regards to encryption technology, with several cases in the past showing private firms and agencies battling over rights to data.
Adam Schiff, the committee's top Democrat. Nunes has shared information connected to his committee's investigation to the very White House whose campaign is being investigated. White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer declined to comment Friday on the newly enacted replacement to North Carolina's anti-LGBT House Bill 2, maintaining President Trump believes the issue of transgender bathroom access belongs to localities and is "not one that he believes merits federal attention".
During his first trip to Turkey as secretary of state, Rex Tillerson said the USA and its North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally were struggling with "difficult choices" on a strategy to defeat the Islamic State in Syria. The Turkish authorities consider the YPG, or the People's Protection Units, to be a Syrian faction of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK), a banned Kurdish movement that has been fighting for autonomy in southeastern Turkey since the 1980s.
The first match for which the sanction will apply is the next fixture in the preliminary competition of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ between Bolivia and Argentina , which will be played today, 28 March. With four games remaining, Argentina is a point out of fourth place. Argentina are now fifth in the table, with the top four being able to qualify.
League leaders Chelsea are set to test their London rivals' resolve this summer this summer by going after their star player Alexis Sanchez. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said his future was "not sorted completely" on Thursday as he ducked another opportunity to make an announcement about what he intends to do.
Peskov said that Putin was informed about Voronenkov's killing and voiced hope that Ukrainian authorities would solve the crime. The attacker also wounded Mr Voronenkov's bodyguard, who fired back and wounded the gunman. Anton Gerashchenko, an adviser to Ukraine's interior minister, identified the man who shot Mr Voronenkov as 28-year-old Pavel Parshov, and said he had been trained in Russian Federation by Msocow's security services.
Between January 2016 and March 2017 she made between $1 million and $5 million in rent or royalties from the hotel, the documents showed. White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus had assets of between $604,000 and $1.16 million and income of $1.42 million.
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Thursday he doesn't have any data that there had been foreign influence on the protests in Moscow and some other Russian cities on March 26. A spokesperson for Roskomnadzor on Friday acknowledged receiving a request from the prosecutor general's office to block websites hosting "illegal information about an unauthorized mass event", Russia's TASS news wire reported.
Spicer's groundless suggestion that the Obama administration engaged in illegal activity might reflect how the Trump White House is now backed into a corner with the Nunes story. Rep. Devin Nunes, who chairs the House Intelligence Committee, was allegedly shown the information by two White House officials. Speaking on Capitol Hill Thursday, Schiff said he was "more than willing" to accept the White House offer to view new information.
The 2017 men's Final Four takes place Saturday night with three upstarts and a hoops blue blood in the North Carolina Tar Heels . That's $3.2 million that went to the ACC instead of the SEC in those two games alone, one of which saw the Tar Heels deny the SEC champion a trip to the Final Four .
But Comey told the House Intelligence Committee that the investigation is ongoing and he would not yet be allowed to divulge specifics about what information, if any, the FBI has in relation to the allegations that the Trump campaign colluded with Russian intelligence officials.
Schiff visited the White House Friday and viewed documents that were "precisely the same" as those seen last week by the committee's chairman, Congressman Devin Nunes. Nunes announced last week that he had seen intelligence reports showing that Trump aides' communications were picked up through routine surveillance.
However, Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, later told MSNBC's Chuck Todd on Meet the Press , that the evidence that Trump's aides colluded with the Russians to interfere in the USA election was "more than circumstantial", CBS News reports.
That conversation may come sooner rather than later, considering this week's developments. After the High Court of Israel in 2006 ruled the Amona settlement illegal and later in 2014 ordered the complete evacuation of the settlement, Israel has now approved a new settlement close to the already existing Shiloh settlement.
These include hundreds of calls to Jewish Community Centers in the US, calls to Jewish institutions in other countries, including New Zealand, Australia and European countries. They were accompanied by acts of vandalism on several Jewish cemeteries. The unidentified suspect was arrested on suspicion of making extortion threats and publishing false news in multiple countries, Israeli police said on Twitter .
The most recent turn of events is that Michael Flynn, fired as Trump's national security adviser for not disclosing talks with at least one Russian official, is purportedly seeking immunity in exchange for testifying in the Capitol Hill probes.
That level of increase, layered on top of uncertainty over how long Opec will hold to its deal to cut production, has since January 3 shaved about $8 off the price of the global benchmark, Brent. EIA reported last week that stockpiles rose 900,000 barrels to a record 534 million barrels for the week ended March 24. Analysts surveyed by Bloomberg projected 2-million-barrel gain.
Some analysts expected Zuma to act at or after a cabinet meeting later on Wednesday, the start of which was postponed to enable ministers to attend the burial service. In 1962 he was placed under house arrest and then took his activities underground to work with the military wing of the African National Congress. He went on: "And bluntly‚ if not arrogantly‚ in the face of such persistently widespread criticism‚ condemnation and demand‚ is it asking too much to express the hope that you will ...
Mr Tillerson's visit comes as Turkey announced that it had "successfully" ended its seven-month Euphrates Shield military campaign in northern Syria . A fifth round of UN-sponsored peace talks is taking place in Geneva but no breakthrough has been reported and they are scheduled to end on Friday.
The police chief said, as his relative, Kim Jong-un was within his right to request the return of his half brother's body. "Malaysia's foreign policy of being non-aligned but firm in addressing various worldwide issues had actually caused North Korea to find it hard to refuse diplomatic talks and negotiations to solve the conflict", he told Bernama here.
Malaysian investigators had said they wanted to question seven North Koreans in the case: four men who left the country on the day of the attack, and the three who were holed up inside the North Korean embassy in Kuala Lumpur . "(The North Koreans) met both objectives", he said. The investigation soured relations between Malaysia and North Korea, which previously had cordial ties.
During a brief White House photo op, Trump said he felt "somewhat vindicated" by Nunes' revelation since FBI Director Comey and other high ranking officials, including Nunes, had said a Trump tweet claiming former President Obama had ordered wiretapping of Trump Tower during the 2016 campaign was not true.
The suspect is also accused of making bomb threats against two Delta Airlines flights to and from JFK airport in NY on January 19. BuzzFeed news reports that the 19-year-old suspect was arraigned in Israeli court on Thursday. While Israel intends to indict the suspect, he may be subject to extradition as he threatened institutions in the U.S., Europe, Australia, and New Zealand over a six month period.
Xi will pay a state visit to Finland from Tuesday through Thursday and then meet with Trump at the Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida on Thursday and Friday, Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang said at a daily news briefing. While Trump has deployed tough rhetoric, criticising China over its currency policy, trade imbalance with the U.S. and military expansion, he has taken few concrete actions since assuming office.
The Chenani-Nashri all-weather 10.89 km long tunnel between Udhampur and Ramban is part of the proposed widening of NH-44 (old NH-1A) from Jammu to Srinagar. Fitted with intelligent traffic mechanism, the tunnel has fully automatic smart control and no human intervention will be required for its operations.
Despite that conversation, observers said Beijing is still anxious about Trump's unpredictability and Xi is expected to seek further reassurance in their talks. "He's spoken to him on the phone a few times , but we have big problems. everything from the South China Sea, to trade, to North Korea". Trump has made it a key priority of his administration to get China to exercise more leverage as the main energy and food provider for North Korea to rein in the provocative regime.
The 2010 overhaul of the US health care system championed by former President Barack Obama encouraged states to expand their Medicaid programs by promising to pay most of the cost. Kansas' Medicaid program covers about 377,000 poor, disabled and elderly residents, but poor adults under 65 who aren't disabled and don't have children are not eligible.
An Iraqi police officer walks in a house that was used as a bomb factory by Islamic State militants in Mosul, Iraq. The US-led coalition against Islamic State said it was unable to provide confirmation at present. Jumaili, who once served as an intelligence officer under former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, joined the Sunni insurgency after the USA -led invasion in 2003, and analysts said he had since answered directly to Baghdadi.