In a gesture loaded with symbolism, state television showed Assad visiting Daraya, a Damascus suburb long held by rebels but recaptured last month after fighters there surrendered in the face of a crushing siege. The ceasefire agreement, which state news agency SANA said the Syrian government has signed onto, would last for 48 hours before being extended. He said "a long list" of difficulties had confronted USA and Russian officials trying to hammer out the deal, but an agreement was ...
The legislation also pledges to meet these goals "in a manner that benefits the state's most disadvantaged communities", noting that climate change disproportionately affects the urban poor, the elderly and rural populations. That might change, however, under the more stringent reduction goals. California is fully committed for the long term to reducing the greenhouse gas pollution that is creating climate disruption worldwide.
People who spent a night in cable cars are escorted by rescuers before being brought to the ground in Courmayeur. Three cable cars in Mont Blanc dangling after getting stuck on Thursday. The tangled cables have been repaired, and the cable cars were back in action Friday morning , Chamonix's mountain rescue service told the AP . By morning, the cable vehicle system had been repaired and the gondolas were sent into motion again.
The truce deal negotiated by US Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov is set to enter into force on Monday, the first day of the Muslim holidays of Eid al-Adha (the Feast of Sacrifice). "Civilians have no hope anymore". A source at the SNC told Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper that the Syrian regime is expected to increase its military operations in the next remaining hours ahead of the start of the national ceasefire.
Operation Euphrates Shield, which was launched on August 24, aims at improving security, supporting coalition forces and eliminating the terror threat along Turkey's border using Free Syrian Army fighters backed by Turkish armor, artillery, and jets.
The 15 council members will meet at 3 pm for urgent consultations, at the request of the United States and Japan, said the New Zealand mission. The test, when coupled with the three successful ballistic missile launches earlier in the week, offered a hint to world leaders that North Korean engineers and scientists are making another incremental, yet significant, step in their nuclear weapons program.
Responding to the BMA's announcement, Danny Mortimer, chief executive of NHS Employers, said the organisation was "shocked and saddened" that the BMA Council had supported the call from the junior doctors committee for further industrial action.
It doesn't matter that common sense suggests it is unreasonable for anyone to demand that two candidates aged 68 (Clinton) and 70 (Trump) could possibly be in flawless health. Trump has refused to release his tax returns - which would show how much he gives in charity - though his campaign said that he "plans to release his tax returns upon completion of a routine audit".
Separate air strikes on rebel-held neighbourhoods of Aleppo city and the surrounding countryside killed at least 20 people, according to local rescue workers, and 10 people were killed by rebel shelling on the government-controlled neighbourhood of Salahuddin.
All six of Mr Corbyn's questions at PMQs were on housing, at the first session since the summer recess. In a letter to Sturgeon, Dugdale said: "I am writing to clarify Scottish Labour's position on the European Union following our exchanges in the chamber today".
Saudi Arabia on Sunday said it had launched a television channel to broadcast the hajj rituals in the Persian language, also known as Farsi, spoken in Iran. Participation in the hajj is one of the five pillars of Islam and is viewed as an opportunity to wipe clean a slate of past sins and start fresh. Muslims around the world dream of being.
Police said nine protesters had locked themselves together on the runway of London City Airport - a hub which lies a few miles east of the Canary Wharf financial district that mostly handles short-haul flights to business destinations in Europe.
It was Grand Master (GM) SP Sethuraman's game which yet again turned out to be the decisive match of the round, but this time coming for a losing cause. However throughout the game the position was equal and both the players signed the peace treaty at the end of the 38th move. Similarly the third board also saw a draw between India's Vidit Santosh Gujrathi and GM Gawain C.B.
Greece has already received two bailouts in 2010 and 2012, worth a total of €240 billion ($272 billion) from its creditors following the economic crisis in the Southeast European country back in 2009. We really need some progress. Athens has committed to deliver on the reforms by the end of the month. The delayed reforms include measures to accelerate a privatization program, energy sector liberalization and bank governance.
While Clinton tried early Saturday to walk back her comments by calling them "grossly generalistic" and saying she regrets putting "half" of Trump's supporters in the category of bigots, one of her top operatives, Mary Jennings, hours later sent key Clinton surrogates a "talking points" memo making clear the controversy wasn't expected to end soon.
His defence has argued he suffers from poor health, high blood pressure and suicidal thoughts. Hubert Zafke worked as a paramedic in Auschwitz from August 15 to September 14 in 1944. Helma M. had been charged with 260,000 counts of accessory to murder associated with her activities as the radio operator of the commandant at the Auschwitz Nazi death camp.
Today the club confirmed via Twitter that it has sold 80,000 seats at Wembley Stadium for Spurs' first home Champions League match since 2011, and whatever else happens it will set a new British record for home attendance for a Champions League match involving an English club.
At least eight workers were still missing Monday, Alam said, adding that the search for bodies would continue while authorities try to determine what caused the explosion. The police said many workers may still be trapped inside the building. The factory is a supplier for major brands including British-American Tobacco Bangladesh Limited and Nestle Bangladesh Limited, according to the company's website.
Kerry, with approval from Obama, traveled to Moscow in mid-July to propose an agreement under which the United States would share intelligence and coordinate its bombing of terrorist targets with Russian Federation if Moscow would agree to ground the Syrian air force and stop its own bombing of USA -backed opposition forces.
The comment was reminiscent of Trump's January description of the loyalty of his supporters. An Associated Press Fact Check of Donald Trump's immigration speech shows that the Republican Presidentian nominee repeated many of his campaign themes and left out key details.
The 30-second ad will start airing Monday and is supported by a $2 million ad buy in Ohio, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Florida, CNN reported . According to several polls , Clinton now leads Trump, but the gap is tightening rapidly.
Writing in the Daily Mail , Mrs May said her educational experiences made her the woman she is today . In a speech on Friday, Prime Minister Theresa May confirmed she would back schools which test pupils on their ability, stating she wanted Britain to be "the world's greatest meritocracy".
Some foreign-backed militant groups abandoned the last UN-brokered peace talks for Syria in Geneva in April after declaring a new war against the Syrian government. and Russia take over the task in one week's time. The final hours of the US-Russia talks in Geneva dragged out as Kerry contacted the White House to get approval for the plan, but the top diplomat said both governments stand by it.
The bitter war of words between Iran and Saudi Arabia intensified on Wednesday ahead of the annual haj pilgrimage+ from which Iranians have been excluded for the first time in decades. Khamenei said the Saudis did not prosecute those at fault for the stampede, accused them of showing no remorse and said Riyadh had "refused to allow an global Islamic fact-finding committee".
According to TMZ , it appears the arresting officer made a mistake and all 302 pills found on the scene have been correctly identified as steroids, including methandrostenolone, PharmOne Oxandrolone, and Halotest Fluxymesteron. He and four other people riding with him in the SUV were arrested and charged. The gun charge was initially dropped because the police did not actually find a weapon on Desiigner or in his vehicle, but that's not the only suspect part of this case.
Bashar al-Assad prays at a Daraya mosque in this handout picture provided by SANA on Monday. Turkey is a leading backer of the rebels fighting to overthrow President Bashar Assad. More than 100 people were killed in a series of bombing raids, including on rebel-held parts of Aleppo province in the north of the country, and in Idlib in the northwest, Al Jazeera reports.
She concluded that Clinton is in "excellent physical condition and fit to serve". "Isn't it disgraceful that Hillary Clinton makes the worst mistake of the political season and instead of owning up to this grotesque attack on American voters, she tries to turn it around with a pathetic rehash of the words and insults used in her failing campaign?" "To just be grossly generalistic , you could put half of Trump's supporters into what I call the basket of deplorables ".
The Centre rushed ten companies comprising 1,000 personnel of the special anti-riot paramilitary force RAF to the state. Three TNSRTC buses that had daily trips to Kolluru Mookambika temple in Udupi district have been cancelled; other buses that had left for Kollur late on Sunday night were also held up at Athibele along with the Chennai bound buses of Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC).
The law was passed by the House of Representatives last week, but the USA administrations has threatened to veto the measure. The six-member Gulf Cooperation Council, of which Saudi Arabia is the most powerful member, expressed "profound worry", the bloc's secretary general, Abdullatif al-Zayani, said in a statement .
A push for further sanctions was " laughable ", North Korea said on Sunday, vowing to continue to strengthen its nuclear power. That marked a change after many years when North Korea did not send its foreign minister to the NY gathering. He said both the U.S. and Japan were looking at "a full range of possibilities, in terms of additional unilateral sanctions that can be implemented".
Monday morning, Shields will take the traditional romp in the surf on the beach in Atlantic City across from Boardwalk Hall, where she won the crown. After her run as Miss America, Savvy will return to the University of Arkansas as a senior studying art and long-term she wants to "work in a museum and teach at a collegiate level".
This would indicate that the analyst believes there is a potential upside of 26 .1% from the opening price of 4600 GBX. ABF has been the subject of several other reports. The company's stock had a trading volume of 444,797 shares. Diageo plc has a 1-year low of GBX 1,705.00 and a 1-year high of GBX 2,218.00. PLC has 665,000,000 shares in issue which have a share price of 1006 giving PLC a market capitalisation of 6.69B GBp.
Croatia's previous, right-wing government collapsed last spring after only six months in power, paralyzed by internal bickering among the coalition members. Croatia has not had a minority government in 25 years of parliamentary history. A surge in support for leftist populists saw the Social Democrats, who were widely expected to come out with the largest number of seats, lose ground in a poll where the turnout was a fifth lower than in the last one just 10 months ago.
The apex court also expressed anguish over "tone and tenor" of Karnataka's plea, says law and order problem can't be ground for not complying with its order. "We are keenly monitoring the developments in both the states and the moment there is any relaxation in the present tension, we will take steps to resume the service", he said.
South Africa's President Jacob Zuma used the proceeds from a home loan from VBS Mutual Bank to pay back R7,8 million for non-security upgrades to his private Nkandla home, the presidency said on Monday. The Congress of the People (COPE) questioned the validity of the confirmation that Zuma had paid back the money. A Treasury spokeswoman said the payment had been received.