The Istanbul Bar Association on Wednesday filed a criminal complaint against electoral board head Sadi Guven for "wrongful conduct" and "altering the result of the election". Some 2,000 protesters in Istanbul Wednesday evening demanded the resignation of the electoral board and chanted "Don't be silent, shout out, "no" to the presidency".
In the deal, countries were to lift trade sanctions against Iran, in exchange for the country halting development on its nuclear programme. "We are reviewing all the status of North Korea both in terms of state sponsorship of terrorism, as well as all the other ways we can bring pressure to bear on the regime in Pyongyang to re-engage, but re-engage with us on a different footing than the past talks have been held", Tillerson said.
This is what the FDNY does, stays with families", the mayor added. Tolley is the 1,147th firefighter in the history of the FDNY to die in the line of duty. Firefighter Tolley fell five stories from the roof and he perished about 20 minutes into fighting that fire. "All of the sudden I heard a noise", she said.
Viewing his adversaries in the distance, U.S. Vice President Mike Pence traveled to the tense zone dividing North and South Korea and warned Pyongyang that after years of testing the U.S. In New York , the North's deputy United Nations ambassador, Kim In Ryong, said that U.S. The term "reckless" is one the North Koreans have used to describe ongoing large-scale US and South Korean military exercises, which the North calls a dress rehearsal for an invasion.
Prime Minister and AKP leader Binali Yildirim said Erdogan can rejoin the party he founded in 2001 once official results of the plebiscite, granting him sweeping powers, are announced. "From the German government's point of view, Turkey must ... clear up the questions that have been raised". A government spokesperson said: "We will follow closely how Turkey behaves on this".
Another reason for the missile failures could be North Korea's shift from liquid fuel to solid fuel, a more challenging technology to master. Criticisms of North Korea that were once quickly scrubbed from the internet are now being allowed to circulate, including a scathing speech by historian Shen Zhihua in which he accused Pyongyang of directly working against China's interests.
Mrs May said Britain needed "certainty, stability and strong leadership" as it moves towards its exit from the European Union (EU), from which she insisted there is "no turning back". "I am looking forward to discussing the issues with people in Weston, Worle and the villages over the next six weeks and, providing they are willing, I hope to represent them in Westminster for five years after that".
The 17-year-old boy was shot by gunmen on motorbikes who also threw tear gas canisters into a crowd of protesters, Amadeo Leiva, head of the Clinicas Caracas Hospital which treated him, told AFP . The court partly backtracked after an worldwide outcry, but the tension only increased when authorities slapped a political ban on opposition leader Henrique Capriles on April 7.
Police, yesterday, arraigned 53 persons, who were allegedly arrested during a gay marriage, before a magistrate's court in Chediya-Zaria, Kaduna State. "We know that people can be blackmailed for it and unfortunately it's now the state that is using it to blackmail people", says Alimi. Nigeria has an influential Christian evangelical movement in the south and strong support for Islamic law in the north, both of which oppose homosexuality.
The White House is now insisting that they were just telling the media what the Pentagon had told them about the USS Carl Vinson's destination. The White House announcement about the nuclear-armed strike force sparked fears across East Asia about a looming catastrophe - as rising tensions between the North and the U.S.
Mr Tillerson reiterated the United States view that Assad aircraft carried out the attack. Western hysteria over alleged chemical attack should not hamper efforts to solve the crisis, he added. "The strike pursued several targets", he said. "And one of them was to stall the peace process (in Syria)". Putin said the USA was using the same tactic it did in the lead-up to the Iraq war.
In a direct response to the board's decision, the CHP said on Wednesday the party would employ all means to appeal the results of the referendum. "There is only one thing to do. Hundreds of people are queuing in front of Turkey's election board in cap. He added: "This country held the most democratic polls that have never been seen in any other country in the West".
A security officer was quoted saying "13 Indian Daesh militants were also among those killed". Earlier news agency ANI had reported that thirteen Indian nationals who had joined Islamic State were among those killed in the Mother of all bombs (MOAB) bombing in Afghanistan's Achin district.
Ostensibly Saturday's event was to mark the 105th anniversary of the North's founder Kim Il-Sung's birth - a date known as the "Day of the Sun". Kim Dong-yub, a North Korea expert at Seoul's Institute for Far Eastern Studies, said the canisters and trucks suggested that the North was developing technology to "cold launch" ICBMs, ejecting them from the canisters before they ignite.
Robert is a very committed player. "We have to be mindful in terms of us being smart and our game management has to be good". "It's unbelievable to play in them and we're really looking forward to it". And right-back Fuchs believes the Foxes can handle the pressure of another big European night because their critics expect them to fail. Godin, though, says the England worldwide failed to make an impact because of the respect the Atletico defence showed him.
Zach Werenski also had a goal, and Nick Foligno added two assists. Guentzel put the Penguins ahead, 4-3, at 11:48 of the third period, on the power play, when he banked a puck in off Bobrovsky. The goal was the third in 23 playoff games for Parayko, who scored four goals in 81 games this season. They will need to focus on keeping the high energy all game and take advantage of any mistakes.
Several MPs across parties announced their decision not to contest the election, including former chancellor George Osborne, recently appointed editor of the mass circulation Evening Standard . The broad contours of the electoral debate likely to unfold in coming months began to emerge during Prime Minister's Questions and the debate held just ahead of the vote, as leaders and significant figures across the political spectrum sought to clarify their views.
Erdogan has rejected reports about voting irregularities from European observers, saying Turkey does not "see, hear, or acknowledge the politically motivated reports" of the worldwide monitors. Bulent Tezcan, the CHP Deputy Chairman, said during a televised interview that there is a crisis of legitimacy of the referendum . The People's Republican Party (CHP) called for the annulment of the referendum and said it would go to the European Court of Human Rights if necessary, citing the ...
Now that lawmakers have approved the election, Parliament will be dissolved on May 2. The election announcement caused a rally in the pound, which had fallen since the Brexit vote, amid speculation that May will be returned with a stronger mandate.
But there is hope for Corbyn yet as loyal Labour voters show their unwavering support for the party. This is a chance for Corbyn and his team to take their message to the British public and make the case for a progressive government, one that is not subject to the Eurosceptic backbenchers of the Conservative Party holding Theresa May to ransom.
Finally, Mexico would become the first nation to host three FIFA World Cups, having previously hosted in 1970 and 1986 where Brazil and Argentina defeated Italy and West Germany respectively at the Estadio Azteca . Gulati noted how hosting the 1994 World Cup helped kick-start soccer in the U.S. Likewise, the USA was trumped by Qatar to host the 2022 tournament.
As for the MSP, she said the NDP would transition to a progressive tax system similar to other provinces in which higher-income earners pay more than middle or lower-income earners. "I think the people of Sooke understand that", he said. "They want to talk about the future", she added. Clark defended her proposal to put a $500 annual cap on road tolls paid to use the Port Mann and Golden Ears bridge.
A few of the abducted girls who managed to escape told Human Rights Watch, an worldwide human rights organization, that "they and many other female captives were subjected to abuses including forced marriage and rape". In a separate statement, UNICEF said it was concerned that children were being held by the Nigerian military for alleged association with Boko Haram fighters.
After addressing a rowdy session of the House of Commons, Mrs May won the support of 522 lawmakers in the 650-seat Parliament for an election on June 8, an easy victory for the Prime Minister, who could see her majority increase by at least 100 seats in the poll.
According to Turkish electoral law, officials have to stamp ballots, that are then placed in stamped envelopes before being dropped in the ballot box. "We look to the government of Turkey to protect the fundamental rights and freedoms of all its citizens", the statement said. Opponents of Erdogan are calling the fairness of the referendum vote into question and demanding a recount.
Democrats still have an opportunity to flip the district in the June 20 runoff, but it will be a tall order now that Republicans can put their full might behind a single candidate. Handel won just 19.8%, but in Trump's eyes, that's a "BIG" win. President Donald Trump lost the popular vote to Hillary Clinton by almost 3 million votes, and won the Electoral College thanks to about 70,000 votes across three states.
Mumbai: The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) on Wednesday welcomed the Supreme Court ruling in the 1992 Babri Masjid demolition case, and demanded that BJP leader and union minister Uma Bharti be sacked from the cabinet. Prasad asserted that BJP highly respects its leaders like Advani and Joshi. The party has held the position that the demolition of mosque was not planned but a spontaneous act of agitating "kar sevaks" and there was no conspiracy behind its razing on December 6, 1992 at the ...
Earlier, Tillerson said he had a "productive" meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the Kremlin on Wednesday, despite palpable tension between the US and Russia . Trump is increasing pressure on Russian President Vladimir Putin to abandon Assad while Tillerson is in Moscow. However, statements yesterday from top Trump administration officials make me wonder about the second prong of its Syria policy, thus understood.
A Facebook profile page for a Kori Ali Muhammad from Fresno paid homage to black pride and black nationalism, with images of the red, green and black Pan-African flag and a raised fist. Steve E. Wright, assistant district attorney for Fresno County, says the case against Kori Ali Muhammad will likely be submitted to his office Thursday.
Limited competition at many major airports could blunt any nascent boycott of United. Airline President Scott Kirby told analysts and reporters that it is too early to tell whether the Dao incident has hurt bookings on the carrier. United already announced changes to policies in place regarding overbooking. "Whether it is overbooked planes, delayed flights or sky-high fees, the laws we have now in place to protect consumers have been frequently and flagrantly ignored by airlines more ...
Gorsuch's views may have little impact on the court's decisions, as only Justices Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas have expressed interest in taking on the "Chevron deference" - a ruling that advises judges to defer interpretation of regulations to the agencies that created them - attorney Stuart M.
Standing firm, the Trump administration on Friday signaled new sanctions would soon follow the missile attack, and the Pentagon was even probing whether Russian Federation itself was involved in the chemical weapons assault that compelled President Donald Trump to action.
The unannounced visit at the start of his 10-day trip to Asia was a US show of force that allowed the vice president to gaze at North Korean soldiers from afar and stare directly across a border marked by razor wire. "We've seen some tangible indications. that they're working towards this end, but it's still quite early". USA vice-president Mike Pence said his administration would not relent until it achieves its objective of ensuring the Korean Peninsula is free of nuclear weapons.
According to witnesses, the protesting students resorted to intense stone-pelting on government forces. A police spokesman said they were collecting further details on the incident and claimed there was no deployment of security forces in this area.
The storm made New Zealand landfall in the Bay of Plenty at about 18:30 local time (06:30 GMT) on Thursday. Planes are delayed, communities cut off, and the Auckland Harbour Bridge may close as Cyclone Cook's fury is unleashed across New Zealand.