Iranian supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, voiced similar sentiments Tuesday, accusing Saudi Arabia of intentionally killing pilgrims a year ago. The cause of the crush remains largely unexplained by Saudi Arabia. He claims that the Saudis foster religious divisions and arm "the evil infidel groups", referring to extreme Sunni organizations like ISIL, who see the Shi'ites and any other Muslim minority group as infidels deserving death.
The bomber flight also came two months after Washington and Seoul announced that they would deploy the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) advanced missile defense system in the South in order to counter the threat a nuclear-armed North Korea allegedly poses.
Ahmad al-Masalmeh, an opposition activist in the southern province of Daraa, where the 2011 uprising against Assad's regime began, said the province was relatively calm apart from four shells falling in rebel-held areas Tuesday afternoon. But he said the United Nations was still waiting for Damascus to issue letters authorising the deliveries. Senior U.S. officials say the deal crafted by the U.S.
White voters back Trump 51 percent compared to 41 percent for Clinton. 57 percent of voters overall said that they favor Johnson in the debates . Non-white voters back Clinton by 66 percent to 19 percent for Trump. Combine that improved messaging with the rapidly-approaching Election Day and you get Republican voters rallying behind their party flag. Among independents, Trump has more sway with 49% and Clinton getting just 29% and the rest backing Johnson or Stein.
The Democratic presidential candidate faces increased scrutiny about her health after a video showed her staggering while getting into a van on Sunday. "It's a insane time we live in, you know, when people think there's something unusual about getting the flu". The letter says Kaine is in "overall excellent health", has never smoked and has "modest" alcohol use.
The Obama administration has expressed concern that the bill would set a president, putting the USA government, soldiers, diplomats and even corporation in legal jeopardy in foreign courts. Saudi Arabia, a close US ally in the Middle East, has voiced strong opposition to the bill. "Why-such-suits-could-backfire-video" class="local_link" target="_blank">passed by the Senate in May and the House on Friday , was originally conceived amid speculation that some Saudi officials had connections to ...
Activists, skeptical of the chances of the cease-fire holding, noted to VOA that another cessation of hostilities brokered by Washington and Moscow earlier this year, which lasted for just weeks, also was undermined by the blocking of aid delivery.
A wing flap that washed ashore on an island off Tanzania has been identified as belonging to missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. Part number and date stamp on the outboard flap. The reason for the airliner's disappearance remains a mystery and its final resting place has never been found. "If they are confirmed as MH370 and if the fire was before the crash, this is significant evidence of what caused the plane's demise", Gibson said.
The BBC now discloses the amount of money received by its most highly paid stars on an anonymous basis. "It is good that, for the first time, there will be a more transparent process for setting the licence fee". "Long, tough, but ultimately constructive negotiations have put the BBC on a strong footing for the future". A media commentator speaking on BBC Breakfast on Thursday morning said: "The significance is it starts to bring in to disclosure lots and lots of relatively ordinary TV and ...
Ayrault said he also expected both sides to sign an agreement next week to withdraw their troops from the lines of conflict in three hotspots. "In the next week we see an opportunity for a new dynamic in the conflict", Ayrault told reporters.
Iran in May announced that it wouldn't participate in this year's hajj , saying Riyadh was to blame for the collapse of negotiations over travel arrangements for Iranian pilgrims and lack of compensation for relatives of citizens killed in last year's stampede.
Ford shares fell 1.9 percent to close at $12.14. It had warned in recent months that this year's financial results will be hurt by a safety recall, costs related to Brexit and a slowdown in the USA auto market. Autopilot keeps a vehicle within its lane, brakes automatically and maintains a set speed without a driver's hands on the wheel. Nair said accidents like that could cause regulators to clamp down on the technology.
A U.S. official said "differences remain" despite two rounds of talks between Secretary of State John Kerry and his counterpart Sergei Lavrov on the sidelines of the summit . They also discussed prominent issues affecting the global economy, including climate change, refugee, anti-terrorism financing and public health. A G20 Blueprint on Innovative Growth was passed at the summit, Xi added.
Her doctor diagnosed her with pneumonia on Friday and recommended she take five days off to rest, Mrs Clinton told CNN. One, a prominent former official who has advised Clinton on foreign policy issues, said: "She pushes herself so hard because she's convinced that only she can do what needs to be done, and that's compounded by a very small inner circle that in some cases doesn't like to contradict or confront her, and as a result just ends up encouraging this compulsion".
After years of supercharged growth that transformed Macau into the world's top casino gambling market, earnings have slowed as China's economy decelerates and President Xi Jinping cracks down on corruption, crimping lavish spending by mainland Chinese high-rollers.
Pagliano's failure to appear". Pagliano is considered a vital witness in the Clinton email case. A letter from Pagliano's attorney released by the committee says Pagliano will continue to assert his constitutional right not to testify. Justin Cooper, a former employee of Bill Clinton's and the Clinton Foundation, helped set up and run the server from 2009 through 2013 in the basement of the Clintons' home in NY.
The move of having the next leaders' meeting outside Brussels could be an indication of wanting more involvement from member countries. While the British government's most senior EU adviser, Oliver Robbins, paid a visit to Brussels ahead of European Council president Donald Tusk's visit to London last week, there has been minimal contact between number 10 and senior EU officials.
The music industry has always been critical of YouTube, which has more than a billion monthly users, and other sites for not paying enough for access to top artists and groups' content. Under the European Commission's proposals, free music websites will need to agree licensing deals with rights-holding record companies if they play an active role in the distribution of the video or music content, such as by "optimising the presentation" of the content via lists and recommendations.
The chamber voted 450-10 to expel Cunha, who has been charged with corruption by the Supreme Court and now loses his parliamentary prerogatives and faces possible arrest. Cunha has warned he could tell all in a plea bargain that could compromise many in a discredited political establishment. But his fellow lawmakers are deciding only on whether he lied about having secret banking accounts in Switzerland.
Malika Bayan, accompanied by a friend who was also wearing a hijab, was "shooed away" from the salon, the court heard. The Jaeren district court made the decision Monday in the case of nearly one year ago when Merete Hodne refused the access to Malika Bayan because she, according to the indictment, "did not want to touch those like her".
In contrast his fellow Frenchman Wenger said Arsenal can go into their Champions League tie against Paris Saint Germain with renewed confidence thanks to a 2-1 win on Saturday - crisis averted for now. "Obviously it's important all the players are fully fit". "Mentally we are ready; physically we are not quite ready so far". Mustafi had a solid game while Perez was unable to get involved much or provide any meaningful offense.
The family foundations operated by Trump and his Democratic opponent, former USA secretary of state Hillary Clinton , have figured prominently in their 2016 campaigns leading to the November 8 national election to pick the successor to President Barack Obama .
President Obama carried this message of unity throughout his speech, as he addressed the hate and violence that continues to plague the country and urged Americans not to let the actions of terrorists tear us apart or change us. Donald Trump, centre, also attended the anniversary ceremony. President Obama speaks during a ceremony commemorating the 9/11 attacks at the Pentagon in Washington .
The reverend of the church he was speaking at interrupted him and told him to stop making a political speech. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's trip to Flint, Michigan, was deemed as a visit to learn about the crisis that forced an entire community to use bottled water for the most basic of their needs for over two years.
And although Trump is on the losing side in this question, he fares better than nearly every Republican in the last 24 years. Both campaigns have taken different approaches to preparing for the debates. Political independents tilt toward seeing Trump's tactics as a necessary shake-up, 52% to the 47% who see his style as unnecessarily risky. In contrast, just 35 percent of military and veteran voters would feel confident in former Secretary of State Clinton's ability to serve as ...
Juve are in a separate competition - at least, that's what the transfer window suggested. "I didn't speak with [then Inter coach Roberto] Mancini, but Inter's management did make enquiries", he said. Andrea Pirlo is one of the most decorated midfielders in world football having played for Inter Milan, AC Milan and Juventus in the past. Pirlo also said he hopes his former Juve boss Antonio Conte is a success at Chelsea, even if it was effectively him who ended his career with the Italy ...
National Police Chief Ronald dela Rosa told CNN on Saturday the blast late Friday was caused by an improvised explosive device made of mortar rounds - which pointed to extremist groups. The regional police chief, Chief Superintendent Manuel R. Gaerlan, said witnesses said the man who left the backpack after getting a massage at the open-air market hurriedly walked away from the scene, pretending not to hear those calling his attention.
Police were called to Elmhurst Crescent in East Finchley at around 6.25am this morning. Road blocked off, 20 police cars, 8 ambulances and police talking about shots fired. A neighbour, who did not want to be named, said: "The police woke us up this morning". They found the two victims, confirmed as a man and a woman, with gunshot wounds.
Speaking to Reuters , he lamented a lack of mechanisms to enforce the ceasefire and accused the government and its allies of committing minor violations "to impede the other goals of the truce, such as delivering necessary aid to besieged areas".
However, the local poverty rate is inflated by a large student population. Non-Hispanic white households increased by 4.4%. This means that in 2015, half of all USA -based households made more than $56,516 and half made less than that figure.
Mr Obama said that every time Mr Trump spoke it became clearer that the Republican was not qualified to be president. But pressed by Bash on the difference between the two nation's governments - namely that in the U.S. "I have taken responsibility for my decision". Pence refused to say whether Trump would consider sending in significant ground troops to the Middle East, saying he would not "signal to the enemy" his plans.
A auto bomb exploded Monday outside the provincial headquarters of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) in the eastern Turkish city of Van, wounding more than 50 people, including four police, local authorities said. There were also disturbances in the main regional city of Diyarbarkir and in Hakkari province near the Iraqi border, where police entered the municipality building and unfurled a large red Turkish flag, taking down the white local government flags that had previously ...
Government troops and Russia-backed rebels last month agreed to cease fire by September 1, the first day of school in the country, but the new truce seems to be failing. Ukraine has blamed Russian Federation for not doing enough to get the rebels to relinquish control over parts of the shared border, while Russian Federation is unhappy that Ukraine still has not adopted the constitutional amendments.
Parrikar is likely to meet the PM and discussed the objections. According to the 7th pay commission, the civilian bureaucracy and the para-military gets more disability allowance. The government has formed an anomalies commission to look to into these issues. The service note was taken very seriously by Parrikar, who instructed the chiefs to implement the recommendations in the present form, and assured them that the anomalies will be fixed separately.
The pro-democracy vote, though, risks being split by the emergence of a new generation of radical activists who are competing with moderate mainstream parties to challenge their pro-Beijing rivals. Hong Kongers feel they have few other negotiating tactics left in their battle for genuine democracy as Beijing takes an increasingly hard-line stance.