The result means reformists can replace Tehran Mayor Mohammad Bagher Qalibaf, who had been a presidential candidate before withdrawing to support hard-line cleric Ebrahim Raisi . "You can't solve terrorism just by giving people's money to a superpower", Rouhani said at a press conference on Tehran , referring to the billion-dollar deals signed between the U.S.
As such, the Iranian population always surprises world public opinion by the level of its complexity and pragmatism. He is no stranger to Iran's complex politics. For those who voted for Rouhani, there was a feeling of tremendous relief that his challenger, the hard-line cleric Ebrahim Raisi, who criticized the nuclear deal with the USA and other Western powers, had lost.
The Philippines mobilized attack helicopters and special forces to drive Islamic State-linked rebels out of a besieged southern city on Thursday, with six soldiers killed in street combat amid heavy resistance. as one of the world's most unsafe terrorists due to his penchant for kidnapping and beheading westerners. The militants raided two jails, leading to the escape of more than 100 inmates, according to Mujiv Hataman , the governor of a Muslim self-ruled area that includes Marawi .
Three men have been arrested in connection with the Manchester concert bombing as a huge investigation into the attack gathers pace. British police and intelligence agencies worked Wednesday to piece together the allegiances of the Manchester suicide bomber and foil any new potential threats, as the country's law-and-order chief said it's " likely " he did not act alone.
Remains of what looks to be the detonator used by the bomber. United Kingdom authorities made the decision after details about the investigation were leaked to American media outlets. According to BBC, the United Kingdom police has stopped sharing information with the U.S.as leaks to American media amounted a breach of trust and undermined their investigation.
In a written statement Thursday, Trump called recent leaks "deeply troubling". "The leaks of sensitive information pose a grave threat to our national security". British officials say the leaks compromise their investigations by telling the people they're still hunting for what they know, Phillips reports. The name of suicide bomber, Salman Abedi, had also leaked to United States media.
The details were sourced to USA law enforcement sources. The BBC reported that security services thought the bomb was too sophisticated for Abedi to have built by himself. Deputy Chief Constable Ian Pilling said British Prime Minister Theresa May s announcement of raising the threat level to its highest at " critical " will provide the force with additional resources to conduct their investigations.
In the latest development police have managed to identify the attacks perpetrators in the Jakarta's bus terminal to be linked to a terrorist group actively operating in Poso, Central Sulawesi province. In recent years, the security forces have been the main target of Indonesian militants, who have largely turned their attention away from Westerners.
Monday, it was revealed Comey wasn't the only one reporting Trump's attempts at interference. White House spokesman Sean Spicer said last Wednesday that Trump was scheduled to interview four candidates for the position before departing on his overseas trip: Lieberman; acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe; former Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating; and former senior FBI official Richard McFeely.
While all this has been happening, Hannity has been losing advertisers in response to his use and abuse of the memory of a murdered young man to stir up his base and make money, especially on his radio show that is not controlled by Fox News.
And while the Trump administration is staying with that deal inked with other world powers for now, its rhetoric against Iran is heating up. Trump addressed the summit which was attended by leaders from 55 countries. "Our partnerships will advance security through stability, not through radical disruption", he said. "Obama always tied in some element of Muslim Americans , about how Muslims in our country are part of our social fabric".
She also complained about US officials leaking sensitive information about Abedi to the USA press. Commenting on the leaking of evidence from the investigation to the New York Times , Hopkins said it was "absolutely understandable" that this caused "much distress" to families of victims already suffering with their loss.
Quist has declined to comment on the charge. Ryan said that Gianforte should apologize, but acknowledged that the candidate has his "own version" of what happened. A reporter from the Guardian accused the tech millionaire of slamming him to the ground and breaking his glasses in an altercation Wednesday afternoon at Gianforte's campaign headquarters in Bozeman.
Rosenstein is overseeing the FBI's investigation because Attorney General Jeff Sessions had to recuse himself due to his own undisclosed Russian contacts during the campaign. "I am seeking to better understand Comey's communications with the White House and Attorney General in such a way that does not implicate the Special Counsel's work", Chaffetz said in the letter.
After a suspension that lasted about a day, Britain's most senior counter terrorism officer said late on Thursday that the police had resumed sharing information with the United States after receiving "fresh assurances". It said that there was "disbelief and astonishment across the British government" about the leaks to USA media, which they felt could compromise the investigation.
Trump said that the USA had spent more on defence in the last nine years than all the other members together. The US side meanwhile "expressed concern that jobs in the US would be lost because of Brexit", an European Union source said.
Troops aboard helicopters and in armoured tanks battled Daesh-linked militants inside a southern Philippine city on Thursday, as reports emerged of the gunmen murdering civilians. He assured the public he will not allow abuses under military rule , even as he repeatedly said he will deal with "terrorism" harshly. He also stated that the enactment of martial law "will be no different than what President Marcos did".
The tour was suspended to "further assess the situation and pay our proper respects" to the 22 dead and dozens injured in Monday's suicide attack in the northern England town. Canadian indie rock band Broken Social Scene has played the first show of their European tour in Manchester. The government said almost 1,000 soldiers were deployed instead of police Wednesday in high-profile sites in London and elsewhere.
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) had claimed responsibility for the attack . "My condolences to the families of the deceased and my fervent wishes that the wounded recover soon". French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday expressed compassion and solidarity with Britain after the attack. Strongly condemning the "barbaric and cowardly" terrorist attack in Manchester , the UN Security Council has stressed that terrorism constitutes one of the most serious threats to ...
Trump urged them to rebut claims that Russian Federation coordinated its effort with Trump campaign aides to help the real-estate-magnate-turned-Republican-politician win the White House. "The problem wasn't so much asking them to issue statements, it was asking them to issue false statements about an ongoing investigation", a former senior intelligence official said of the request to Coats.
British police arrested two more people and searched a new site in Manchester suspected of links to the concert bombing that left 22 people dead, as British authorities complained bitterly Thursday about investigation leaks blamed on US officials.
In early December, Kushner met in NY with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak , and he later sent a deputy to meet with Kislyak again. Last week, the Post reported that a senior White House official was a " person of interest " in the investigation, but the official was not named.
People were also protesting out of concern the martial law was too broadly applied. Forces had initially been confident they would capture or kill the elusive Hapilon, regarded by the United States as one of the world's most unsafe terrorists.
The celebrations have all the same trappings of the 1967 war , with celebrants' calls to purge the Palestinian population from Jerusalem . Large groups often parade through the Muslim Quarter of the old city and provoke residents by banging on Palestinian stores and homes.
Another man is arrested in the Manchester area, police said without giving further details. "We are carrying out extensive searches at premises across Manchester ", Hopkins said at a press conference Wednesday."I think it's very clear that this is a network that we are investigating and it continues at pace and there's extensive investigations going on and activity taking place across Greater Manchester ".
The production cut, introduced in January, was initially only to cover the first half of 2017, but an ongoing glut has meant that OPEC and its allies who are meeting in Vienna on Thursday are expected to extend the cut by nine or potentially even 12 months.
Trump became the first sitting president to visit the Western Wall , he gave a rousing speech against terrorism in Saudi Arabia , and he took a strong stance for peace with Israel and its neighbors. The deal limited parts of Iran's peaceful nuclear program in exchange for the complete removal of all sanctions against the country. While King Salman appeared happy to greet the visitors, a Trump tweet from 2015 suggested he would be offended.
Oil's earlier price decline, which started in 2014, forced Russian Federation and Saudi Arabia to tighten their belts and led to unrest in some producing countries including Venezuela and Nigeria. He also said Saudi oil exports were set to decline steeply from June, thus helping to speed up market rebalancing. OPEC published its 172nd semi-annual meeting conclusions and confirmed that it analyzed oil market developments since it last met in Vienna at the end of November and reviewed the ...
I am telling you, that's what I do. Rubio also said that if reports that Trump asked two of the government's top intelligence chiefs to publicly deny evidence of cooperation between his campaign and Russian Federation during the 2016 election are true, that could impact the future relationship between the White House and the intelligence community.
Alasdair Allan, the SNP MSP for the Western Isles, said the MacLeod family was "well regarded and well thought of" on Barra. Eilidh's mother Marion travelled to Manchester with the excited girls and was due to meet them outside the arena after the concert.
While GOP congressional candidate Greg Gianforte has his own version of what went down when he allegedly bodyslammed The Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs for asking the wannabe congressman his thoughts on the newly released CBO report (the balls on that guy!), few people are buying the politician's bullshit - including the local media.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to bring up the leaks to U.S. President Donald Trump , when she meets him in Brussels for a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit on Wednesday, the Telegraph reported . Police said they had arrested a woman after an armed raid at a block of flats in Blackley, north Manchester . And the prime minister very tactfully signaled her displeasure.
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Kushner, 36, is considered to be in a different category than former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort and former national security adviser Michael Flynn . Trump has openly praised his son-in-law's prospect for bringing about peace in the Middle East . He added that if the leakers are involved in former FBI Director Robert Mueller's investigation, he should be enraged.
That is based on the latest statistics from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, which show the European Union grew by 0.5% in the first three months of this year, marking 16 consecutive quarters of positive growth. They also put Prime Minister Theresa May on track to win a large parliamentary majority on June 8. While it expects growth in household consumption to slow to 1.75 percent this year as inflation approaches 3 percent, it forecast export volumes would rise by ...