As predicted Emmanuel Macron won the race for the French presidency from the far-right Front National (FN) leader, Marine Le Pen, by a wide margin. With 99.99% of ballots counted yesterday, Macron had 66.06% of the vote in the first ever election he has contested, far ahead of the nationalist Le Pen at 33.94%.
He added that projectile had hit fuel tanks and caused damage, however the airport had not sustained damage. Syrian state television reported Thursday that missiles had hit a military site southwest of the airport, quoting a military source.
Last week the UK Prime Minister accused the European Union of interfering in the upcoming UK General Elections on 8 June, causing more tensions with the 27 member block and drawing criticism for provoking what some analysts fear could be a "no deal Brexit" situation.
The New York Times and The Washington Post reported over the weekend that Kushner's sister, Nicole Meyer, touted access to her brother and support from Trump during a presentation in Beijing while seeing investors for a luxury apartment building in New Jersey being built by Kushner Properties.
In answer to a question about North Korean missile tests and military and diplomatic moves by the US, Francis said the United Nations should re-assert its leadership because it had become "too watered down". Heavy security surrounded the pope's tightly scheduled trip as he travelled from one engagement to another in a closed vehicle. On his first day, the pontiff urged Muslim leaders to renounce religious fanaticism that leads to violence.
Yates said that over the course of three discussions that began on January 26 she told White House Counsel Don McGahn the Justice Department knew that Vice President Mike Pence and other high-ranking officials had made "a number" of public statements based on untrue information provided by Flynn.
Thumbs down to over-imbibing and driving. "Good afternoon to all and happy nearly Cinco de Mayo! ". Cinco de Mayo is Spanish for "fifth of May". Families in Mexico and hispanic populations in the United States still do recognize the date as a day to appreciate the power to overcome obstacles in the face of adversity.
Mr Duterte, who has been warming his country's once frosty relations with China, said on Thursday it was pointless to discuss China's island-building in the South China Sea and the tribunal's ruling, calling both a "non-issue". "They (China) want it further watered down", one diplomat told AFP. According to chairman's statement, the summit avoided tacit references to China's building and arming of its man-made islands.
Now, it has been announced that the Duke of Edinburgh will retire from public duties later this year. Inspite of being at the forefront of the royal family for nearly 70 years and also patron, president or a member of more than 780 organisations, he has no clear-cut constitutional role and has admitted struggling to carve out a role for himself as the queen's consort.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu slammed two US media outlets - CNN and The New York Times - for disseminating false reports about a document from Hamas , the largest of several Palestinian militant Islamist groups. has done for years to hunger-striking prisoners in Guantanamo Bay), when the Israeli Medical Association refused to allow its doctors to participate in the torturous practice, and the government's attempt to secretly bring in foreign doctors was exposed to the media.
It lies next to the Tabqa Dam, one of several controlling the flow of the Euphrates River. The Marines' deployment came days after another intervention, when dozens of army troops drove outside the town of Manbij, riding Stryker armoured vehicles, following an earlier conflagration of fighting between Syrian Kurdish troops and Turkish troops.
The Sun wrote that Princess Charlotte's yellow sweater with blue sheep keeps her warm against any spring chill, and a matching blue clip keeps her growing hair off her face. Will and Kate released pictures of Charlotte when she turned 1, and also when George, turned 1, 2 and 3. It seems impossible, but somehow, this week, Kate Middleton's second kiddo will turn two years old.
Statements from both the White House and the Kremlin suggested the two leaders had a productive conversation that included North Korea and fighting Islamist militants throughout the Middle East. Trump has already spoken by telephone twice with Putin since taking office. The Russian government also condemned the U.S. strike against the Syrian government as "aggression against a sovereign state in violation of global law".
Mishra was made to step down as water minister on 6 May. "He (Mishra) says Kejriwal's brother-in-law was to get the favour from a deal". Delhi Mahila Congress in-charge Netta D'Souza and other leaders took part in the protest. "There's no question of Arvind Kejriwal's resignation". Hitting out at Mishra over his allegations of corruption against Kejriwal, Singh claimed Mishra had himself written a letter to the ACB in September previous year, saying that the anti-graft body was trying to ...
The 85-year-old Nepali man died while attempting to regain his title as the oldest person to climb. Now, Ang Tshering, head of the Nepal Mountaineering Association, is backing the proposed rule, suggesting an age limit of 76 should be introduced.
The AAP is predicted to be far behind in the second place in all three corporations, and the Congress is predicted to be going neck and neck to take the third position. The elections to two wards have been postponed due to death of candidates, so voting is being held in only 270 wards. The city had recorded 55% turnout in the 2012 municipal polls.
Former acting Attorney General Sally Yates on Monday defended her decision earlier this year not to enforce President Donald Trump's first ban on travel from several majority-Muslim nations, calling the order "unlawful". But perhaps the best line came from author Liana Maebe , who wrote: " Sally Yates handles condescending men so well you'd nearly think she'd been doing it her whole life".
But either way, wars don't get deescalated by the U.S. these days, so all of the plans being offered are escalations, with the least of the deployments being 3,000 U.S. While most of the experts have weighed in on the increased life risk that American troops would be subjected to if the new military policy was approved, there are those who see the new military policy as the shortest way of making the Taliban cave to the pressures of the Western forces.
The protesting prisoners have issued a list of demands including better medical services, family visits and more dignified detention conditions. "He lied to the Palestinian public when he claimed to be [hunger] striking", Erdan said in the statement.
Emmanuel Macron has won a resounding victory in the French presidential election but the focus will shift immediately on Monday to whether he can govern the country without the support of a traditional party. Macron's victory, which smashed the dominance of France's mainstream parties, will bring huge relief to European allies who had feared another populist upheaval to follow Britain's vote to quit the EU and Donald Trump's election as United States president.
But he is inexperienced - the presidential election was the first time he had stood for office - he has no political party and he faces a huge task to fashion a working parliamentary majority after legislative elections next month. Though Macron's victory is considered positive for the region's economy and the euro currency, stocks had risen strongly in the previous two weeks on expectations of his win.
The service member, who has not been identified pending notification of his family, is the first USA combat death there in more than two decades - as the United States steps up its fight against the al-Qaida-linked organization in a country that remains largely chaos.
Six EU countries - Italy, Greece, Germany, the Netherlands, Lithuania and the United Kingdom - voted against the resolution , while France, Spain, Slovenia and Estonia abstained. Israelis stood silent for two minutes while sirens wailed across the country on Monday marking an annual day of remembrance for fallen troops and slain civilians.
He said he would discuss the issue at a meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump next month. He also warned of the possibility of foreigners fighting with extremist organizations such as the Islamic State group in Syria and Iraq returning home and taking with them the "know-how" on the development and use of chemical weapons.
If we deport all our illegal immigrants, more Americans will get jobs and our economy will grow. Heightened precautions were also in place in Seattle, where officials were on the lookout for incendiary devices and gun-carrying protesters after a January shooting outside a political event and an incident during May Day 2016 when a protester threw an unlit Molotov cocktail at police.
Officials from the Afghan Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ACCI) on Sunday said they are anxious that once again border crossings between Afghanistan and Pakistan will be closed to traders amid rising tension among border guards on both sides of the Durand Line.
A White House official says the meeting is expected to convene Tuesday afternoon. The deal, negotiated by world leaders in November 2015, pledged to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and limit global warming to a maximum of 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit) above pre-industrial levels.
World Jewish Congress Chairman Ronald Lauder worked with Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas to prepare him for his meeting at the White House with President Trump, sources in Prime Minister Netanyahu's circle have told Ma'ariv. Israeli Prison Service spokesman Assaf Librati, speaking to Newsweek by phone, said the video showed Barghouti eating a "snack" in solitary confinement at the Kishon detention center in northern Israel.
Nevertheless, there will still be an important sense of relief over the election outcome, especially as it eliminates the near-term risks of internal and wider Euro-zone destabilisation. European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker tweeted his congratulations, saying, "Happy that the French have chosen a European future". Former president Barack Obama had also endorsed Macron , and the young French politician often appeared to be trying to emulate the magic of Obama's 2008 campaign ...
This marked North Korea's fourth unsuccessful missile test since March. North Korea test-fired a ballistic missile on Saturday shortly after U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson warned that failure to curb Pyongyang's nuclear and ballistic missile programs could lead to "catastrophic consequences".
The interview was aired after North Korea test fired another missile on Saturday. North Korea launched a ballistic missile early Saturday local time in the vicinity of Pukchang airfield, the U.S. Later, when asked at during a factory tour before a rally in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, to mark his 100th day in office what his message on North Korea is, Trump told reporters: "You'll soon find out, won't you?" In a commentary on Saturday, China's official Xinhua news agency said both North ...
The study by Sky's election analyst falls short of the predicted landslide win for the Tories in opinion polls. After results were declared for some 2,000 council seats across England, Scotland and Wales by early afternoon, the Conservatives had gained 230 seats, while its biggest rival, Labour, had lost about 110.
Forty-two percent of registered North Carolina voters say they approve of Trump's job performance, according to an Elon University Poll that came out Wednesday. But the presidency is also having an impact on Trump, prompting him, at times , to play the role of traditional president. On the crucial issue of healthcare, just 5 percent of respondents held Trump responsible for the failing so far to appeal and replace Obamacare.
He started at high speed, signing 25 executive orders and 28 bills into law, more than most modern presidents. Now, he says the 100-day hallmark is ridiculous. A month or so ago, Trump's immigration ban caused an uproar in many liberal communities, and his administration lost a key member in former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn .
The latest detention of a United States citizen by North Korea, the fourth in recent history, is "concerning", a White House press secretary Sean Spicer says. An assassination of Kim Jong-un and other senior government officials in Pyongyang is reportedly part of Seoul's contingency plans for a possible major military confrontation between the two Koreas.