It was a major about-turn for her party, whose former leader David Cameron was unequivocal on how grammar schools had "always been wrong". - requiring them to sponsor an existing underperforming, non-selective academy school. Sir Peter Lampl, of education think-tank the Sutton Trust, told BBC Radio 4's World At One: "The problem with grammar schools is that they are highly socially selective".
Turkey appointed new administrators in two dozen Kurdish-run municipalities on Sunday after removing their elected mayors over suspected links to militants, triggering pockets of protest in its volatile southeastern region bordering Syria and Iraq.
Obama remains a central figure, but there was a palpable sense at this gathering that the world is waiting for a new president to reset US policies on Syria, Ukraine and North Korea. Mr Obama and Mr Putin also discussed the conflict in Ukraine, where Russian-backed separatists have been fighting the government, and the implementation of the agreement to stop the violence, the official said.
Houses of worship throughout New York City will toll their bells and families of victims of the 2001 attacks - as well as the 1993 bombing at the World Trade Center - will read the names of the people killed. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican rival Donald Trump plan to attend the anniversary ceremony at the World Trade Center.
Clinton and her campaign have dismissed recent rumors of ill health. Hillary Clinton's campaign says she left the 9/11 memorial ceremony in lower Manhattan early due to feeling overheated. However the high humidity caused it to feel much hotter in the crowd at times. Clinton was also wearing a long-sleeve blue jacket during Sunday's ceremony.
He told Reuters on Saturday that Tampaco was "fully compliant". The incident was marked as the worst industrial disaster of Bangladesh. "I have already been asked to formulate a project to inspect all the factories in all four industrial zones in the country", he said.
The outgoing American leader attended the Asean-US summit, one of the related meetings of the 28th and 29th Asean summits, after his state visit to this Laotian capital. The Philippines filed the arbitration case against China in January 2013 to seek clarification of its maritime entitlements in the South China Sea under the 1982 convention, following China's aggressive assertion of its claims there.
According to Dr. Bardack: "She was put on antibiotics, and advised to rest and modify her schedule". He said, "It was pretty hot out there, but she seemed fine to me, and left on her own accord". Trump turned 70 in June, while Clinton will have just turned 69 if she wins the White House. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton gets into a van as she leaves her daughter's apartment.
The Indiana-based school said it "Exhausted the exploration of alternatives", and that the sanctions denied them due process. The company has been under investigation by government authorities for allegations of fraud and deceptive marketing tactics.
Country is safer from large-scale terror attacks than on 9/11 — Central Intelligence Agency director
Brennan said, "I think we have to be very very wary of what the Russians might be trying to do". CIA Director John Brennan spoke in a US television interview on September 11, in which he was asked about recent computer intrusions at the Democratic National Committee.
Against a backdrop of distant, higher peaks, they squatted, stood, or climbed steps built into the hill while reciting ritual incantations. From a distance, the hill appeared a snowy white from the seamless two-piece white garment, ihram, worn by male pilgrims.
South Korean Foreign Affairs Minister Yun Byung-se called on the global community to put more sanctions and pressure on North Korea so that it could "suffer from pain" - and change. The US threatened unilateral sanctions on Sunday following a US special envoy meeting with Japanese officials in the wake of the test. South Korea noted on Saturday that the North Korean leader Kim Jong Un would not back down and that their nuclear expansion was moving quickly.
On Saturday, no longer an outsider, she gave herself a happier ending in the world's biggest tennis stadium. Relief for Kerber after taking her second major trophy for 2016. Plus, now that she's lost the No. 1 ranking, Williams will enter 2017 motivated and coming after Kerber. And in Saturday's title match against the world's newly crowned No.
The train, which had three carriages and was carrying 60 persons, derailed near O Porrino as it travelled between the Spanish town of Vigo and the Portuguese city of Porto. "It wouldn't stop. I was sitting down and I fell to the ground", she said. A passenger said in a video posted on local daily La Voz de Galicia that the train suddenly started wobbling.
Clinton's comments drew a rebuke from Trump's campaign manager Kellyanne Conway, who said on Twitter that Clinton had insulted millions of Americans. "The question is whether Trump can show a discipline thus far unseen". Clinton has said Trump would do little to heal the nation and only deepen divisions.
After some US media reported she had fallen ill, reporters traveling with the candidate did not get an immediate response from the campaign to questions about her whereabouts and her health. Schumer said he also spoke with Clinton during the event and saw her leave "on her own accord."? Clinton's departure from the event was not witnessed by the reporters who travel with her campaign, which did not offer any information about why she left and her whereabouts for more than an hour.
A report from the North's KCNA news agency revealed that the dictator demanded more "miraculous achievements in bolstering up the nuclear force". Council members warned North Korea to "refrain from further actions, including nuclear tests, in violation of the relevant Security Council resolutions", and to comply fully with Pyongyang's obligations under those resolutions.
A cable vehicle line has stopped working at high altitude over Mont Blanc in the Alps, prompting a major rescue operation and leaving 45 people trapped in mid-air overnight. He told the Telegraph: "We were in the cab for two-and-a-half hours locked under the sun". "The 33 tourists had to endure not just the fear of being hundreds of meters off the ground but also temperatures close to freezing", the French news site wrote.
Quintana defended his lead over second-placed Froome on stage 20's summit finish and now only has to avoid crashing on Sunday's final stage into Madrid to seal 1min 23sec triumph. "We went for a stage win before and got one with Robert (Gesink) and I was fourth, but I feel that 12th is nothing for me", he said. Froome's hopes of winning a Tour de France and Vuelta double are still alive.
The ministry said in its statement that when local governments "come under the influence of terrorist organizations, it is the state's primary duty to take precautions against those who have usurped the people's will". The mayors of four other municipalities, three from the ruling AK Party and one from the nationalist MHP opposition, were also replaced on Sunday over alleged links to what the authorities call the "Gulen Terror Organisation" (FETO).
A vehicle and motorcycle also were destroyed in the airstrike Saturday evening that came less than two days before a U.S. -Russia agreement on a cease-fire in Syria takes effect. Turkey has already given indications that the withdrawal of YPG forces from Arab-majority areas west of the Euphrates River is not enough. A girl carries water in a plastic can, with Turkish-backed Free Syrian Army (FSA) fighters in the background, in the border town of Jarablus, Syria , August 31, 2016.
The game, to be played at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore is slated for a 1:00 p.m. ET start time and will be broadcast on CBS. Then there's the Ravens, who will be getting Joe Flacco back after a debilitating injury ended his 2015.
Ambassador Vitaly Churkin told reporters. On Sunday, US special envoy Sung Kim said that the US, South Korea and Japan will launch their own sanctions against the North. South Korea said the nuclear threat from its wayward neighbour was growing fast and called for tough new sanctions from the UN Security Council to force it to change tack.
Smith said their treatment had been "appalling" when asked about the incident and other similar cases where Muslims had been wrongly accused of being linked to the terrorist group. He said he would launch a new review "to look at the problem that we've got in Labour, and to deal with it" with a "zero tolerance approach". While Corbyn is outlining his housing policy on The Andrew Marr Show, Tom Watson will creep up behind and drop his pants, and the next day when Labour is on 0 per cent ...
And she said that schools will encouraged to recruit students at 14 and 16 as well as 11, to avoid the danger of children being written off as non-academic at the start of their secondary careers. "I want Britain to be the world's great meritocracy - a country where everyone has a fair chance to go as far as their talent and their hard work will allow".
Central Michigan upset Oklahoma State 30-27 on the final play. By wrongly allowing the game to continue, they gave Central Michigan one last chance, which they took in stunning fashion. Florida State had a convincing win on Saturday, defeating Charleston Southern 52-8, something a lot of other ranked teams could not say. New kids on the block: No.
The Indian Army will be deployed in south Kashmir even as the CRPF and the J&K Police are trying to bring in control the ongoing violence in the region ever since the killing of terrorist Burhan Wani. Meanwhile, "Our Id would be on the day Kashmir becomes free", said Adnan, one of the dozens young Kashmiris lying in beds at the Ophthalmology ward of Srinagar's Sri Maharaja Hari Singh Hospital (SMHS).
Rebel factions say they are still deliberating the agreement, which permits government forces to strike al-Qaida-linked militants for seven days before the US and Russian Federation would take over the task. The ceasefire plan, announced Friday, calls for the Syrian government and the opposition to respect a nationwide ceasefire. According to its terms, both Assad's forces and rebels would halt attacks, while the US and Russian Federation would join forces against the Islamic State in Iraq ...
On Saturday, presumed Russian or government airstrikes on rebel-held Idlib and Aleppo provinces killed over 90 civilians, including 13 children in an attack on a marketplace in Idlib, according to the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
The woman, named as Ornella G , was linked to a women's terror "commando" that the Paris prosecutor said was guided by Islamic State from Syria. One of three women had a letter in her purse swearing allegiance to ISIS and declaring: "I am attacking you in your lands in order to terrorize you", Molins said.
Over 12,000 civilians and security personnel have been injured till now. Kashmir is witnessing unrest post the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen terrorist Burhan Wani in an encounter with security forces on July 8. Official sources said that hundreds of people hit the streets immediately after announcements were made that security forces and state police personnel were conducting raids to arrest youths in Kareemabad, Pulwama.
The meeting took place even as the Indian army engaged suspected Pakistani terrorists in Allah Pir area of Poonch district, Jammu and Kashmir, on Sunday. "We can not get education by taking to stones but by holding a pen", Wani said. There were also restrictions on the movement and assembly of people in rest of the Valley, he said.
The woman said her husband had been shot and was in a vehicle. Police said they discovered a deceased man in the vehicle with a gunshot wound. Chacey Tyler Poynter was arrested and charged with conspiracy to commit murder on Saturday, September 10, 2016.
Trudeau and Li also announced an agreement to extend a September 1 deadline that China had imposed on Canada to tighten its screening of canola exports, which could have led to major losses for Canadian farmers. The subject of human rights remains sensitve: Wang provoked outrage in Canada after lashing out at a journalist for asking about the country's human rights record.
China's U.N. Ambassador Liu Jieyi, apparently annoyed that the missile firings by its ally were timed to coincide with the Group of 20 economic summit in China, told reporters: "We'll see what the council will decide". Power said North Korea has carried out 22 missile launches so far this year and the latest hit "within 300 kilometers of Japan's coast". Members of the United Nations Security Council strongly condemned Monday's launch of three missiles by North Korea in a media ...