The two other women, both journalists, were deported immediately and left Israel yesterday morning. "So, for those who can help to call for the release of all those on the women's boat to Gaza , please do so". Those aboard the Zaytouna-Oliva, which set out for Gaza from Barcelona, Spain, in mid-September, included South African Olympian Leigh-Ann Naidoo, Irish Nobel Peace Prize laureate Mairead Maguire and lawmakers from Algeria, Sweden and New Zealand.
Of the 600 wounded it tallied, it said many cases were serious and at least 300 would need treatment overseas. Demonstrators gathered around the United Nations building in capital city Sanaa, calling for an investigation and blaming the organisation for failing to end the conflict.
Adam Green, co-founder of the Progressive Change Campaign Committee, said the speech transcript highlight where Clinton was on trade and Wall Street rather than where she wound up after a campaign in which she was pushed by Sanders and other progressives.
So far, 303 out of 395 House of Representatives seats had been decided by early Saturday. "We are happy with the results, though we were expecting to take more seats...there will be no cooperation whatsoever with the PJD", Adnoun announced.
U.S. officials said on Wednesday that Obama administration officials had begun considering tougher responses to the Russian-backed Syrian government assault on Aleppo, including military options, as rising tensions with Moscow diminish hopes for a diplomatic solution.
Utah Sen. Mike Lee and Colorado Rep. Mike Coffman have called on Trump to step aside. For Ayotte, the move earned her no quarter from her Democratic opponent, New Hampshire Gov. He tweets just before 11 a.m.: "Certainly has been an interesting 24 hours!" The answer was "No" for a growing number of GOP officeholders, including at least two sitting governors, six senators and a half dozen congressmen.
On Thursday, the men - one of whom, Jack Walker, is an aide to a senior Australian cabinet minister - each pleaded guilty to creating a public nuisance and apologized, said one of their lawyers, Wan Aizuddin. Eight members of the "Budgie Nine" are back in Australia after escaping criminal charges in Malaysia for baring it all during a stunt. Public indecency is not tolerated in Malaysia, with foreign offenders typically slapped with a fine before being deported.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has been captured in photos crying during the funeral of former Israeli Prime Minister President Shimon Peres at Jerusalem's Mount Herzl Cemetery. Peres' son-in-law and personal physician, Dr. Rafi Walden, said Obama had called the family the night of Peres' death and spoke to Peres' daughter, Tzvia.
Deutsche Bank's proposed fine has emerged as another bone of contention between the United States and the European Union after the EU said earlier this year that USA tech giant Apple Inc (AAPL.O) owed $14 billion in taxes. justice department come up to $5.6bn and $2.5bn from the money-laundering probe, the fees would led to a capital shortfall of as much as 9.5bn. The expression of support came despite the fact that Deutsche Bank is widely disliked by the German public for its ...
Like this clip where Donald Trump brags that as the owner of the Miss Universe pageant, he's allowed to walk into the women's changing room to act like a total creep, ogling at the women while they changed. Before returning to a bank of elevators, he told reporters, "Tremendous support". He quickly moved to do damage control in Saturday's video in which he declared himself a changed man and attempted to shift the focus to his opponent Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton .
A Palestinian motorist launched a shooting spree near the Israeli police headquarters in Jerusalem Sunday, killing two people and wounding five others before being shot dead, Israeli police and emergency services said. Hamas, which runs the Gaza Strip, said he was a member of the Islamist movement and praised the attack without claiming responsibility for it. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said at the start of the weekly cabinet meeting said that he had been updated on the events in ...
Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday chaired a meeting of the heads of parliamentary parties in the National Assembly to discuss the situation along the Line of Control (LoC) and the Kashmir issue. Two terrorists were also killed during the firing. The meeting comes after tension between India and Pakistan escalated following recent terror attacks in Jammu and Kashmir and the Indian Army carried out surgical strikes to destroy terror launch pads across the Line of Control in ...
Mr Hookem said Mr Woolfe told him: "Well if that's the tone of this meeting, maybe me and you should take it outside the room, mano-a-mano". He said the incident took place "a good two hours" before Mr Woolfe collapsed during a voting session at the parliament.
Maybe more importantly, the town hall format features questions from the audience members. "With Donald Trump as president, we'll have a president of the United States who respects all the American people", Pence said as news of Trump's comments was breaking.
Among those detained was Nobel Peace Prize victor Mairead Maguire , 72. According to the website who quoted reports of the women released, the Zaytouna-Oliva was surrounded by two warships, along with four to five smaller naval boats. "The Women's Boat to Gaza and the Freedom Flotilla Coalition will continue to sail until Palestine is free". In 2010 Israeli soldiers killed activists aboard the Mavi Marmara flotilla, a Turkish aid-ship, leading to a years-long diplomatic crisis between ...
He said the man in custody was Albakr's "countryman" but would not give other details. The suspect, Jaber Albakr, 22, has been on the run since police commandos stormed his flat on Saturday and found explosives which a bomb disposal squad later detonated in a controlled blast.
Both houses of Congress passed the bill but President Barack Obama used his veto powers to strike it down, saying it would "upset longstanding worldwide principles regarding sovereign immunity". Saudi Arabia on Thursday warned of "disastrous consequences" from a United States law allowing 9/11 victims to sue the kingdom, in a major spike in tension between the longstanding allies.
The army announced that it had carried out surgical strikes across the Line of Control early on September 29 to destroy seven terrorists' launch pads and inflicted "significant casualties" on terrorists and those who supported them. One doesn't know what Arvind Kejriwal wanted when he slyly asked PM Modi to counter Pakistani propaganda by showing proof of the surgical strike, but his remark didn't go down well with the natives of India.
We are closely monitoring Hurricane Matthew. "We could be looking at a whole lot worse". "People came to lift the rubble, and then we saw my wife, who had died". Matthew battered the coast of east-central and northeastern Florida on Saturday, leaving four people dead and swaths of damage. It was a major hurricane - that is, with winds of at least 110 miles per hour - for just over seven days.
The protesters gathered outside United Nations offices in Sanaa and chanted against the Saudi royal family. Britain is among Saudi Arabia's foremost global allies and, despite ever mounting concerns among relief groups, continues to support its bombing campaign against the Houthis with arms exports and military training.
He added, "These are acts that beg for an appropriate investigation of war crimes". "They're beyond the accidental, now". Russian Federation has been supporting the Syrian government in its campaign to take back Aleppo from the terrorists.
The attacks began around last year's Jewish high holidays and have killed 34 Israelis and two visiting Americans over the past year. The Palestinian news website Maan said that in an interview conducted with the shooter yesterday, he had said he would turn himself in to Israeli authorities.
German security forces raided an apartment in Chemnitz, a German city near the border of Czechoslovakia. "The person that we've been searching for since yesterday, also by appealing to the public, has unfortunately slipped through the net".
A nationwide manhunt was launched after Jaber Albakr's flat in the eastern city of Chemnitz was raided and police found a small quantity of explosives. The explosives found in the flat were destroyed in specially-dug holes on land nearby. Germany has been on edge since two attacks this summer claimed by the Islamic State in which multiple people were injured and both assailants died.
He could not stand in the previous leadership election after he was barred by the party's NEC for missing the form submission deadline. Steven Woolfe has been discharged from hospital. Mr Hookem, 63, has called the incident a "handbags at dawn, girl-on-girl" scuffle. He told the BBC: "I am innocent. I never touched him, never hit him, never punched him, never slapped him or anything else I've been accused of doing".
Trump's die-hard supporters are still the majority of the GOP base. Despite an angry backlash over Trump's remarks boasting about his ability to grope women as he pleases without impunity, he insisted there is "zero chance I'll quit". Pence, the governor of IN, said that as a husband and father he was "offended" by Trump's remarks. But Trump's campaign released a schedule showing the bombastic billionaire would be back on the trail for rallies starting Monday.
Podesta has not yet commented on the release of his own emails, but tied Friday's accusations of a Russian hacking campaign to Donald Trump. The latter comment echoed a previous interview in which Clinton said of the financial industry bailout: "I think the banks of NY and our other financial institutions are probably the biggest winners in this, which is one of the reasons why in the end, despite my serious questions about it, I supported it".
Mr Hamilton said: "I think Nigel Farage demeans himself". The latest developments add to questions about the future direction of the party since Farage stepped down. "I will now look to convene an emergency meeting of our national executive committee to confirm the process for electing Diane's replacement", he said.
The couple and their 9-year-old son, Jaydin, planned to move in with her mother, whose home on the island was farther from the surf. In the Fayetteville area alone, emergency workers and police saved almost 600 people from rapidly rising floodwaters, officials said.
Fighter jets said to be from a Saudi-led military coalition repeatedly bombed a crowded reception hall in Sanaa where mourners were gathered after a funeral on Saturday, killing more than 100 people and wounding hundreds of others, according to Yemeni health officials and witnesses.
The attack, one of the deadliest since the coalition launched a military campaign against Yemen-backed Huthi rebels in March previous year, also wounded more than 525 people, according to the UN. The coalition, which has come under increasing worldwide scrutiny over alleged civilian deaths, denied responsibility for the attack, saying in a statement that it had no operations at the location and "other causes" for the incident must be considered.
While some Republicans expressed astonishment and dismay over Trump's 2005 comments, those who steadfastly refused to endorse him throughout the campaign suggested their party knew full well what they were getting with the brash real estate mogul and reality TV star.
Turkish officials said there were indications that the two individuals were linked to the PKK. Cuneyit Orhan Toprak, the governor of Hakkari Province, where the attack took place, told that the private news channel NTV that 27 others were wounded in the attack.
JERUSALEM (AP) The body of Israel's ninth President Shimon Peres is lying in state in the plaza of the Knesset, Israel's parliament. Peres, 93, died early Wednesday morning from complications of a stroke and was one of the great global statesmen of the 1990s, working - among other things - to promote peace in the Middle East.
Samantha Power, the USA ambassador to the United Nations, expressed confidence that Washington will succeed in passing tougher sanctions and other measures being considered by the U.N. Vipin Narang, a political scientist and expert on nuclear proliferation at MIT, stated what he believes the North Koreans' ambitions are. The Sept.