The measure described the Jewish state as an "occupying power" in Jerusalem , and said that any Israeli efforts to assert sovereignty over the holy city are "null and must be rescinded forthwith". Over the course of 2016, Israel transfered $11.7 million to the United Nations in membership fees. However, the prime minister also mentioned that the number of countries supporting the biannual anti-Israel resolution at UNESCO had dropped.
Burr has said he was troubled by the Comey firing but would continue to press ahead with his investigation wherever it leads. The subpoenas represent a sign of a significant escalation of activity in the FBI's investigation into Russia's meddling into the 2016 United States presidential elections.
Some schools say the spinners are becoming too much of a distraction. Howe said there are some teachers at other schools who do allow them in the classroom. Others say the trinkets are a way to help kids improve their memory and focus on their school work . "When I was a kid I didn't have a fidget spinner, so I used to spin my pen across my fingers, I had a friend who used to roll coins across his knuckles".
In the early hours of Saturday, Syrian government jets fired at the rebel-held village of al-Zalakiyat and nearby positions in the Hama countryside, where the combatants exchanged shelling, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. The de-escalation zones are along Syria's southern border with Jordan, in the eastern Damascus suburbs, in Idlib province, and in a pocket of the central province of Homs.
Murray vehemently denied the claims and has said they are politically motivated by an anti-gay conspiracy. "For him to sit there and lie, (it) just really let me know that this man should not be in the position he's in", Heckard said in the video .
Mr Trump and Mr Comey have presented two competing narratives about what happened between them during a January dinner in which it is said the President asked Mr Comey to pledge loyalty to him. Spicer, who kept his answers short during Friday's briefing and largely dodged specific questions about Trump's meeting with Comey, said he was not aware that any recording of the Trump-Comey meeting exists.
Truex was ninth fastest after the first round (28.703 seconds at 188.134 mph), sixth after the second (28.526/189.301) and third in the pole-shootout round of 12 drivers (28.541 at 189.201). Questions about the consistency of NASCAR's laser inspection stations are nothing new. It's been more of an adjustment for some drivers, including seven-time Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson.
There are also absentee ballots yet to count, so the actual mix in the Legislature will not be known for a couple of weeks. Weaver wasn't ready to tip his hand on whether he would support the Liberals or NDP in a minority government. "I suspect other parties would be crawling over themselves to actually offer us official party status in light of where we stand today". Her government has banned workplace requirements that require women to wear high heels, a move credited to Weaver's ...
CNN learned of the subpoenas hours before President Donald Trump fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey. A lawyer for Flynn declined to comment on the story, as did the Justice Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, according to CNN.
Comey's successor and associates in the Bureau have indicated that they intend to pursue the case regardless of Trump's views on the matter, while infuriating the White House by expressing support and loyalty to the fired FBI chief, who the President suggested was not popular or appreciated by his colleagues.
Morgan Lewis, a global law firm with 30 offices in cities around the world including NY and Moscow, was named Russia Law Firm of the Year in 2016 by London-based Chambers and Partners, a firm that ranks lawyers and law firms. While Trump's lawyers acknowledge that such income from Russian sources is "likely", previous reporting has all-but confirmed it. "A Russian would not lend directly to Trump or his businesses", said Steve Rosenthal, a tax lawyer and senior fellow at the Tax Policy ...
Last week, Pyongyang's powerful ministry of state security said it had foiled a plot by the US and South Korean spy agencies to kill Kim using a biochemical weapon. Last week's KCNA report claimed that members of the Central Intelligence Agency and NIS worked with a North Korean citizen in a plot to "commit bomb terrorism targeting the supreme leadership", and that the plot was "recently uncovered and smashed".
My experience of mental illness has been that sometimes everything I see is in lovely technicolour and other times everything is so dark and gloomy that it seems life is being drained out of me. When the conversation begins, often you realise you are not as alone as you thought. Mental Health Awareness Week may seem a bit of a gimmick, but I hope you won't write it off.
The unwanted visitor, who was visibly unhappy, even managed to rip off the screen door, but couldn't succeeded in opening the glass sliding door, even after climbing on to a porch handrail. They did note, that although the video and photos make the bear out to be very cute, it was actually quite angry about not being able to get to the brownies - something that many of us can identify with.
However, Strathclyde University Professor John Curtice, who carried out the analysis, warned that "although Mrs May goes into this election with an enormous lead over Labour, she is not guaranteed to secure the overwhelming majority that she evidently hopes to secure".
China has earmarked $US40 billion ($A54 billion) for a special fund, this is on top of the $US100 billion capitalisation of the Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank, which will have projects involved. "Especially within the Asia-Pacific region, highlighted by a firm stance on competing territorial claims in the East China Sea and South China Sea, relations with Taiwan and its pursuit of economic engagement across East Asia", he said.
Concerns such as these have led to the serious thoughts whether to send representatives to the event or not and if yes, officials of what level are to attend. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif congratulated Premier Li Keqiang on hosting the OBOR forum and said Pakistan fully supports the project. Nepal's deputy Prime Minister, minister of Finance Krishna Bahadur Mahara and minister for Foreign Affairs Prakash Sharan Mahat were present during the signing ceremony, PTI reported.
In one of the actions laid out under the agreement , by July 16, China agreed to issue guidelines that would allow us -owned card payment services "to begin the licensing process". The agreements will also help reduce Washington's trade deficit with Beijing. The Plan states that following one more round of technical consultations, US beef will be granted access to China , in accordance with worldwide standards.
But a recent surge in support for the Scottish Conservatives could make that success hard to repeat. They came second in the election and the SNP came first. An SNP spokesman said: "The arrogant Tories can spin as much as they like, but the fact stands that the SNP won the election last week on a platform of protecting local services while Ruth Davidson's party obsessed over the constitution and were roundly beaten".
The press secretary hadn't been at the lectern for the past two days. "White House briefings and press conferences provide substantive and symbolic opportunities for journalists to pose questions to officials at the highest levels of the US government", the association's president, Jeff Mason, said in a statement.
Mexico's ties with the USA have been strained by Trump's repeated pledge to dump NAFTA if he can not secure better terms for United States workers and industry in a renegotiation. According to Manley, at a minimum, the Canadian Government must seek to "protect the framework of rights, benefits, and privileges that our companies and citizens now enjoy under NAFTA ".
SDF deputy head Qahraman Hassan said: "In the beginning of the summer, we will storm and liberate (Raqa) city". In the statement Thursday, the global coalition said with the capture of Tabqa, the SDF has further isolated Raqqa and "will continue to pursue the military defeat" of IS throughout Syria.
The spokesman for the Kurdish militia that forms the backbone of the fighting force known as the People's Protection Units, or YPG, told The Associated Press on Thursday that his group will seek "neighborly relations" with Turkey. YPG video footage on Thursday showed half a dozen fighters and youths dancing in Tabqa, and children calling out excitedly: "The dam has been liberated".
It was the second time a meeting on the Paris accord was scrubbed; an initial conversation between aides about the future of United States participation in the accord was pushed back by a week last month. The Chinese leader's comments on Tuesday came as climate negotiators entered their second day of meetings in Bonn, Germany, aiming to start drafting a guide on how to implement the landmark deal amid fears the United States may pull out of it.
A week after alleging that the United States and South Korea had conspired to assassinate country's supreme leader, North Korea on Thursday asked Washington to hand over would-be killers. "These biochemical substances were to be provided with the assistance of the CIA. while the South Korean Intelligence Service was going to provide necessary support and funding for this attempt at assassination on our supreme leader".
Ms Mogherini, attending a meeting of European Union foreign ministers in Malta, called the incident a "serious crisis that can be dangerous". Hungary's foreign minister claimed foreign intrusion was to blame for the political crisis in Macedonia.
The charges say he was in possession of or had under his control a quantity of explosive substances in 2012. A man arrested near Prime Minister Theresa May's office in London last month appeared in court on Wednesday (May 10) and was remanded in custody after being charged with terrorism and explosives offences.
Results from the local elections suggest the message is getting through. "It is bad what happened over the last 48 hours but time and time again in terms of the Labour party and our movement, when it is tough people stand up and get on with it".
The sacked Delhi water minister who is on " satyagraha " fast to demand details of foreign tours of AAP leaders, was on Wednesday allegedly attacked. Bhardwaj, while being whisked away by the police, told reporters that he attacked Mishra because "he has betrayed the party".
This has led the NPPA among many others to accuse the White House of enabling Russian propaganda after the Russian Foreign Ministry released the only photos of the meeting to USA news agencies and the public. Left out of the group of photos is Kislyak, who also attended the Wednesday meeting according to photos released by the Russian Embassy in the United States.
That's especially the case when the matter hits close to home, such as earlier this week when Geula Even, an Israeli TV anchor, delivered breaking news that her network would be shuttering that day. Senior IBA journalist Yaakov Ahimeir asked on air: " What is this notice, two hours in advance? ". The launch has been postponed several times but is now slated for Monday, when the IBA will be officially shut down.
Clark added that the Liberal vote went down, the NDP vote stayed the same, as the Green vote went up, saying she's taking her cue from the voters. Greens won three seats, all on Vancouver Island, and as a result will hold the balance of power in a minority government.
Tensions on the Korean Peninsula have heightened in recent weeks due to Pyongyang's nuclear programme and missile tests. The US has responded by sending warships to the region to install a controversial anti-missile system in South Korea.
In March, president Gjorge Ivanov announced that he would not give the mandate for the formation of government to Zaev despite the proof of parliamentary majority which Zaev had submitted to him, as he was concerned that SDSM's agreement with ethnic Albanian parties on the formation of a coalition cabinet would jeopardize the country's sovereignty.
Those four zones would include "areas in the provinces of Idlib and Homs, the eastern Ghouta suburbs outside Damascus, and an area in the south of the country". The Syrian opposition's High Negotiations Committee has contested Iran's signing of the agreement, saying it is "an aggressor that should be held accountable for violations against Syrians".