There is no evidence that is true. She urged them to rally behind Hillary Clinton , "particularly given the alternative". Trump said that Hillary Clinton's "bodyguards" should disarm themselves because Clinton supports gun control. And this man wants to be our President. However, in the upcoming United States election, Trump has been avoiding any discussion about the Birther Issue, which was spearheaded by him 5 years ago.
The United Nations Security Council scheduled a closed emergency meeting for Saturday night at Russia's request to discuss the airstrike. Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova says Moscow is demanding "full and detailed explanations about whether this was deliberate support of the Islamic State or another mistake".
The country gained independence in July 2011, but descended into war in December 2013, after President Salva Kiir accused the former vice president, Riek Machar, of plotting a coup to usurp power. Tens of thousands of people have been killed and at least two million displaced. Most people fleeing are women and children. Officials from the U.N.
Saturday's air strikes were reported by Russian Federation and a war monitor to have killed dozens of Syrian soldiers, and were said by Moscow to be evidence of what it called Washington's "stubborn refusal" to coordinate strikes with Damascus.
If the strikes were a targeting error, the ministry said the bombings were evidence of Washington's stubborn refusal to coordinate its military action in Syria with Russian Federation. The Syrian military said the deadly airstrike hit a base in the eastern city of Deir el-Zour that is surrounded by IS, allowing the extremists to advance and overrun Syrian army positions in the area.
Hours after a coalition airstrike killed Syrian ground forces, the United States relayed its regret through Russian Federation for the "unintentional loss of life", a senior administration official told CNN. Syrian activists said government forces have meanwhile killed five civilians. Following the airstrike, Russian Federation and Syria called for intervention of the United Nations Security Council .
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations , Samantha Power, said Washington was investigating the air strikes and "if we determine that we did indeed strike Syrian military personnel that was not our intention and we of course regret the loss of life".
The Committee unanimously voted to endorse the report and all members signed a letter to President Obama urging him not to pardon Snowden . Kenneth Roth, executive director of Human Rights Watch, was on the panel of the Athens conference.
If the strikes were a targeting error, the ministry said the bombings were evidence of Washington's stubborn refusal to coordinate its military action in Syria with Russian Federation. "We know that there's at least a quarter of a million people in eastern Aleppo who are potentially all of them in need of some kind of aid", said Jens Laerke, a spokesman for the United Nations humanitarian office.
For the week, the Dow edged up 0.2 per cent, the S&P gained 0.5 per cent and the Nasdaq jumped 2.3 per cent. At the current figure, the fine facing Deutsche Bank it is one of the largest penalties handed out by USA authorities in the aftermath of the financial crisis.
The UN Security Council will hold an emergency meeting on Saturday evening on Syria after the USA -led coalition staged airstrikes on Syrian military positions, diplomatic sources told Xinhua. It called the incident a serious and blatant aggression, SANA reported. "We demand Washington's full and detailed explanation", Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said in Moscow.
Officer Bryan Mason, a nine-year veteran of the force, was the only officer to fire shots at King. A pastor led the crowd in prayer and said what happened wasn't right. "Crime Search Unit detectives processed the shooting scene and collected what appeared to be a handgun. Why didn't they tase him?" "The family is obviously distraught by the murder of Tyre", said attorney Chanda Brown, who represents the boy's family.
The agreement was signed at the State Department by US Undersecretary of State Thomas Shannon and by Jacob Nagel, acting head of Netanyahu's national security council. The payouts according to deal will begin in year 2019 and U.S. will fund $3.8 billion every year. "It demonstrates America's strong and unwavering commitment to Israel".
Defense Ministry spokesman Maj. When Russian officials informed coalition officials that it was possible the targeted position belonged to the Syrian military, the coalition airstrike was halted immediately, it said. Syria's state news agency SANA says insurgents have violated the cease-fire 12 times in the last 12 hours. Under the cease-fire agreement, the US and Russian Federation would work together to target the Fatah al-Sham Front, as well as the Islamic State group, while Assad's ...
This time Romo was missing and Cruz, who missed almost two years due to injuries, was back. We've got a lot of work to get done, got a lot to work on. Sunday's game will mark the 111 time the Redskins and Cowboys have faced off in regular season action dating back to their first matchup, a 26-14 victory for the Redskins on October 9, 1960.
Removal of long-standing sanctions against Myanmar will help foreign investment and boost the country's transition to democracy, the White House said prior to the meeting of the two leaders. Her party still appears uncomfortable debating the merits of decades of western sanctions or their long term effects on the political economy. Suu Kyi noted there are 135 ethnic groups in Myanmar and it is imperative they unite to achieve prosperity.
The five attacks on Friday and Saturday - three stabbings, a vehicle ramming and a rock throwing - caught many Israelis by surprise, as the violence that marked 2015 and early 2016 appeared to have waned in recent months, and raised fears that regular attacks could return.
In Dallas, a lone sniper shot and killed five officers on a single night in July during protests against the deaths of black men at the hands of police. "This is a completely freakish situation", he said. The Philadelphia man who went on a fatal shooting spree left an elliptical letter titled "Doomed" depicting a hatred for law enforcement but leaving few other clues about the rampage, the police commissioner said Saturday.
Throughout the campaign season, Obama has repeatedly denounced Trump and deemed him "unfit" to be president. When he's overseas, Obama has relayed fears from foreign leaders, who he says question him often about the state of the USA presidential contest.
Indian-administered Kashmir has been in the grip of widespread protests against Indian rule for more than two months, sparked by the killing of a popular rebel leader in a gun battle with soldiers on July 8. Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh who canceled his Russian Federation visit has called for an emergency meeting. The entire area has been sealed off.
Yesterday's (09/14/2016) meeting in Washington was the first by Aung San Suu Kyi as Myanmar's leader since her pro-democracy party won a stunning victory over the country's military rulers in elections previous year. Suu Kyi is president in all but name after leading her National League for Democracy party to victory a year ago in the country's first openly contested elections.
Tolstedt has not been named personally in any lawsuits or actions filed against Wells Fargo . Wells Fargo will stop setting the sales goals that employees say led to pressure to open millions of fake customer accounts. They all worked in Tolstedt's community banking division, the company said. Wells Fargo declined to comment on whether it was considering implementing its executive compensation clawback provisions regarding Tolstedt.
The Saudi government has a huge responsibility regarding the safety and wellbeing of the pilgrims no matter their race, country of origin or religious sect. For the Grand Mufti, an influential scholar respected across the globe, to say that "they (Iranians) are children of Magi and their hostility towards Muslims is an old one", is truly shocking and will haunt Shia communities living across the region for years to come.
Mr Putin said during a trip to Kyrgyzstan: "This comes from the problems the United States is facing on the Syrian track - they still can not separate the so-called healthy part of the opposition from the half-criminal and terrorist elements".
The opposition said government forces and their allies bombarded several areas across the country, mostly in Aleppo and the nearby province of Idlib in the north of the country. He added that if the coalition attack was launched by mistake, the reason for it was a "stubborn reluctance by the American side to coordinate its action against terrorist groups in Syria with Russia".
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The fighting and mutual accusations of violations sparked concern that the fragile cease-fire, which brought some relief to millions of people across the war-ravaged country, may be starting to fray. Syria's state news agency SANA said opposition fighters opened fire at a location along the Castello Road that was being prepared for Red Crescent representatives, and two people guarding the area were wounded.
A Security Council endorsement would add political weight to the deal, but would have no implications on the ground. American military leaders say their planes halted the attacks in Deir al-Zour as soon as they were told of the Syrian presence.
Vice President Ansari is leading the Indian delegation for the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) Summit in Venezuela's Margarita Island in the absence of Prime Minister Modi, who is only the second Indian PM to not go for the conference after Charan Singh in 1979.
Wednesday's interview comes as the health of both Trump and his opponent, Hillary Clinton, have taken center stage in the 2016 election. Trump was joined by his daughter, Ivanka, who also discussed Trump's new proposals for making childcare more affordable.
Konashenkov says Syrian authorities told the Russians that 62 soldiers were killed and more than 100 wounded. Konashenkov said the planes came from the direction of the Iraqi border, he added. The UN has accused the Syrian government of obstructing aid to Aleppo. Under the deal, the main route into Aleppo, the Castello Road, would be demilitarised and aid convoys would enter from Turkey.
But the 72-year-old, who was wearing full ceremonial uniform including a sword and boots with spurs, fell over as the royal couple got out of the auto. As for Kate Middleton and Prince William's parenting skill, do you think the royal couple are not good parents? The couple continued their work with the Heads Together campaign on the outing, and Kate looked perfectly put together for the occasion.
With the 16th century St. Peter's Basilica and an azure sky providing the backdrop, the faithful basked in the late summer sun as Francis presided over a ritual mass that has barely changed for centuries. "I also thought that an Albanian did it", he said. That would be correct - but Pope Francis clarified at the ceremony that for many, the name " Mother Teresa " will live on.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights , a monitoring group based in Britain with a network of contacts across Syria, quoted a government military source as saying that coalition warplanes had hit government positions and killed at least 30 soldiers.
The United States and its allies began launching strikes on Islamic State targets in Iraq and Syria in 2014. The United Nations Security Council has scheduled a closed emergency meeting at Russia's request to discuss the incident. Central Command said in its statement. Nevertheless, the Russians are claiming their Syrian allies have been killed by the US military, just as the USA and Russia are trying to maintain the fragile, nationwide cease-fire that went into effect Monday.