The Bharatiya Janata Party is poised for a third consecutive term in Delhi municipal corporations with a brute majority, an exit poll conducted by India Today-Axis My India has predicted. At the end of the campaigning, Kejriwal had told Delhi voters, "If your children get dengue or chikungunya, then you yourself will be responsble for it, because you voted for a party that spreads mosquitoes that breed dengue or chikungunya".
There were fears of revenge attacks on evacuees from rebel-held towns. Body parts and the belongings of evacuees were still strewn at the scene of the attack yesterday, an Agence France-Presse correspondent said . A military media unit run by Damascus ally Hezbollah said a suicide attacker had detonated a vehicle bomb near the convoy. Critics say the deal amounts to "demographic engineering".
In another warning message to the North, China said it would "dramatically" reduce its oil supply to energy-hungry Pyongyang if the regime disregards global warnings and goes ahead with an underground nuclear test. The spokesman, speaking to the North's official Korea Central News Agency, warned Ms Bishop to "think twice about the consequences". He believed the early signs coming out of China, an ally of North Korea, were positive, it saying if the problem is going to be dealt with it needs ...
Police shot and killed Cheurfi - identified from his fingerprints - during the incident, and later found a pump-action shotgun and knives in his vehicle. The shooting generated a tweet Friday by President Trump which went ignored, at least publicly, by the presidential candidates and was mentioned only briefly by French media.
An Opinium survey for The Observer also gives the Conservatives a commanding lead with 45% - up seven points on the previous week and 19 ahead of Labour, who are down three points on 26%. But her announcement, during a campaign visit to her Maidenhead constituency on Friday, that she would stick by David Cameron's commitment to spend 0.7% of GDP on worldwide aid, dismayed some Tories.
But local officials, including provincial council head Mohammad Ibrahim Khairandish, put the death toll as high as 130 and said about 60 were wounded. Afghan security personnel keep watch near the site of an ongoing attack on an army compound in Dihdadi District of Balkh province on April 21, 2017.
Behnam Ben Taleblu, a Washington-based Iran analyst at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, says Iran's system of vetting candidates for a presidential post that is subordinate to Iran's supreme leader has always been understood by USA executive and legislative branches of government.
The call is the second time that the two leaders have spoken directly since meeting in Florida earlier this month as tensions mounted. London [U.K.], April 24: A USA citizen trying to leave North Korea amid fears of a major war has been detained, bringing to three the number of Americans now being held in the country.
The official number of detainees who are taking part in the strike remains unclear. "This new hunger strike will demonstrate once more that the prisoners' movement is the compass that guides our struggle, the struggle for Freedom and Dignity, the name we have chosen for this new step in our long walk to freedom", he wrote.
Meanwhile, the prime minister has warned against street protests. He also criticized the YSK, saying, "the quickly-made decision of the electoral commission to validate incorrectly stamped or entirely unstamped ballots is a violation of Turkish law".
Of course they have said all the choices are on the table. Mr Trump blamed previous presidential administrations for creating the situation with North Korea. The statement added that North Korea is a peace-loving country but also a nuclear power that is unafraid of war and would not hesitate to exercise all options for a counter-attack.
The independent centrist and far-right Front National leader Marine Le Pen were the top two candidates in the contest. Harris gave both Fillon and far-left contender Jean-Luc Melenchon 20 percent, which will mean their elimination from the race.
The North Korean Foreign Ministry stated the Peninsula "is inching close to the brink of war in an evil cycle of increasing tensions, and "if Australia persists in following the USA moves to isolate and stifle the DPRK and remains a shock brigade of the U.S.
According to Victor Cha, the Korea Chair at the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies said Saturday that, if Pyongyang conducts a six nuclear test the US could put the regime back on its list of state sponsors of terror and punish it with tougher sanctions.
Emmanuel Macron has won the first round of the French presidential election, according to projections of the result. Comparisons are often drawn between her political style and that of President Donald TrumpDonald TrumpMacron's success in France signals hope for unifying outsiders French election: Le Pen, Macron ahead in early results Trump: Government 'involves heart, ' unlike business MORE.
Set to "God Bless the U.S.", whose creator sang at Trump's inaugural concert , the two-minute video briefly scrolls past part of a Washington Post article marking Hijazi's homecoming Thursday and includes more than a dozen photos of her visit with Trump.
Such a move would also be against the convention against chemical weapons "as it is the role of the OPCW to lead independently any investigation", he added. Syria was obligated to give up its chemical weapons arsenal in 2013 under the terms of a deal agreed between the USA and Russian Federation following a deadly chemical weapons attack in Damascus earlier that year.
Theresa May has been accused of "political opportunism" by the European Parliament's Brexit negotiator who denied the election would strengthen her hand in negotiations. Sir, - Brexit was an anti-Tory vote, a vote against David Cameron, a vote against the status quo, a vote against powerful vested interests (including the corporate world for whom free trade is a necessity), a vote for a better life.
The KCNA report said that what Ms Bishop had said "can never be pardoned" as it was "an act against peace" and North Korea's "entirely just steps for self defence". None of the USA officials who told Reuters about the heightened level of activity by Chinese bombers suggested alarm or signaled that they knew the precise reason for such activity.
It was also a success for Le Pen , who has spent years attempting to rid the Front National of the toxic legacy of her father. "The main thing at stake in this election is the rampant globalisation that is endangering our civilisation". There was no hidden Le Pen vote in the first round. "While she can get more votes in a second round with only one opponent, she has likely reached a ceiling among her core voters", Brattberg predicted.
The President has expressed his support on several occasions for the leader of the National Front (FN), Marine Le Pen , with whom he began contacts shortly after winning last November's election. He also urged his supporters to back Macron in the runoff. France is voting for a new President Sunday following a divisive and unpredictable campaign that included corruption accusations against leading candidates and a terror attack in Paris while the final television debate was on air.
Polling stations opened at 0600 GMT and the last will close at 1800 GMT with estimated results expected shortly afterwards. "It is not clear what Macron's policy will be in regard to Russian Federation". The 39-year-old former banker was projected to win 24 per cent of Sunday's vote, slightly ahead of the National Front's Marine Le Pen , who is projected to score 22 per cent.
The legal chaos surrounding Arkansas' first execution in almost a dozen years and its compromised effort to put eight men to death before the month's end is unlikely to cause any political fallout for the state's Republican governor, attorney general or any other officials backing the lethal injection plan.
USA officials had raised Hijazi's case with Egypt soon after Trump took office on January 20, aides said. With Hijazi smiling by his side in the Oval Office, President Trump said , "We are very happy to have Aya Hijazi back home, and it's a great honor to have her in the Oval Office with her brother and thank you very much".
The other arrested accused is no longer a suspect in the attack that killed four people , according to BBC . The 39-year-old man from Uzbekistan admitted responsibility for a "terrorist crime" at a custody hearing on Tuesday morning. Moments after, the suspect sent messages to ISIS members detailing the attack, boasting that he had run over ten people. People left flowers on the steps at Sergels Torg on Sunday following the terror attack in central Stockholm.
But O'Reilly has been on Fox News for more than two decades. But does Palin think that it's reprehensible that it took the heads of a sprawling media empire years to give O'Reilly the boot, even as the accusations against him mounted? His personal website says the former Fox News host will air a new episode of his "No Spin News" podcast Monday evening.
In Afghanistan, the Taliban released to the media this picture, which it said shows the suicide bombers who attacked the army base in Mazar-i-Sharif, April 21, 2017. Officials said the Taliban fighters were dressed in military uniforms. The statement further added that Mr. Shakhani strongly condemned the attack on the 209 Shaheen Corps base that led to the martyrdom of scores of soldiers during the Friday prayers.
If we can't count on China to help resolve the stalemate with North Korea, what can USA leaders do? But Pence expressed impatience with the unwillingness of the North to move toward ridding itself of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles. "The authorities of the Trump Administration are spouting a load of rubbish calling for browbeating North Korea", the statement said, adding that the USA said it would deploy "a nuclear aircraft carrier and its strike groups in the waters off the Korean ...
The young independent centrist's qualification on Sunday for the runoff of France's presidential election in two weeks' time will certainly bring a sigh of relief in European capitals and financial markets; opinion polls suggest he will beat his far-right rival Marine Le Pen easily.
Siskiyou County Sheriff, Jon Lopey, told KRCR that they are handing over all evidence to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. "There is no doubt that she has suffered severe emotional trauma and that her process of recovery is only just beginning", the statement said.
In doing so, he made perhaps a somewhat shocking admission. "We have tremendous threats, whether it's drugs, people, potential terrorists, coming up from the south. White House chief of staff Reince Priebus said on NBC's "Meet the Press" that he was "pretty confident we're going to get something that is satisfactory to the president in regard to border security within current negotiations".
It said Boulus put a request with the IPS on Monday night to visit Barghouti and another prisoner, Nasser Ewais, after they were moved from Hadarim prison to Jalameh detention center. In a punitive measure, Israel's prison service transferred Barghouti to solitary confinement in a different prison. The New York Times apologized Monday for publishing an opinion piece by convicted terror leader Marwan Barghouti demonizing Israel and questioning its right to exist.
The lone attacker, who killed one policeman and wounded two others on France's Champs Élysées on Thursday night has been named as Karim Cheurfi . Most of the major candidates canceled campaign events scheduled for Friday after a police officer was killed and two others injured in a shooting late on Thursday that the government was treating as a terrorist attack.
The soldiers, majority unarmed, were shot while eating lunch or emerging from a Friday Prayer service at the headquarters of the Afghan Army's 209th Corps in Balkh by assailants in military uniforms who entered after another attacker had detonated explosives at a check post.
Bozdag said all decisions on electoral issues, including complaints and fraud allegations, are in the purview of Turkey's electoral board. Yesterday the main opposition CHP party said it was considering taking its appeal for the referendum to be annulled to the Constitutional Court of Turkey or the European Court of Human Rights after the country's electoral authority rejected challenges by the CHP and two other parties.