Trump denies the allegations, insisting in one of a barrage of tweets to his 12 million followers: "Nothing ever happened with any of these women". Someone also spray-painted graffiti including a swastika on a wall. Democrats have pushed back on this rhetoric and charge that Trump is playing along with interference in the electoral process by Russian Federation, who the USA government says is behind the hacking of emails from political organizations.
India, although the fastest-growing country in the world at 7.5 percent annually, is grappling with widespread poverty and the challenge of strikes against militants in Kashmir. Without mentioning the name of the country , the Prime Minister has delivered numerous stingers aimed at Islamabad in a bid to isolate the country internationally.
Secretary of State John Kerry's visit this weekend to meet U.K. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson was somehow linked to events. Assange and his group, founded in 2006, have taken a central role in the 2016 presidential election campaign by releasing thousands of internal emails hacked from the Democratic National Committee and the chairman of the Hillary Clinton campaign, John Podesta.
In this clip, she derides his complaints of a " rigged game " in the election by claiming that Trump's rigged the economic game for himself. He also said the fact that his rival was not in jail was evidence the election was fixed. "Or who can build the longest, tallest, fake gold-plated wall in the world", Ms Warren said. "I'm proud that we are not looking for the most obscene way to demean women", Warren said.
The 15-year-old was hit by a stray bullet during a shooting in the parking lot of a Lexington, Kentucky, Cook Out restaurant. Police on Sunday evening announced that Dvonta Middlebrooks, 21, was arrested and charged with wanton endangerment and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
The defensive barrage comes as Republicans are under pressure to rebuke Trump's claims that the presidential election is "rigged" in Hillary Clinton's favor. Recent days have shown a marked improvement on her earlier six-point lead in mid-September, with Clinton picking up more female and undecided voters.
Scotland hopes to retain free access to the single market in recognition of its voters' desire to stay in the European Union, something First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says is "vital" to business. In a playful interlude she said: "If you remember just one word from my speech today, I want it to be this one.It begins with an "I". The view of conference members is that since Theresa May has described the Brexit vote as a democratic mandate, she would find it hard to discount a vote for ...
In another tweet , he suggested - without offering any evidence - that voter fraud will be a problem on election day. Pence's words were the latest attempt by Trump's surrogates to attempt to explain that some things the GOP presidential nominee has said and tweeted are not what he meant.
Hours after Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced the beginning of the offensive, Iraq's military said it had inflicted losses and made advances in the Hamdaniya district. Caught in the middle are an estimated 1 to 1.5 million civilians. 'This may prove to be a long and tough battle, but the Iraqis have prepared for it and we will stand by them, ' he said.
Five days after the release of 21 out of the more than 200 schoolgirls held captive by Boko Haram, leaders of the International Committee of the Red Cross, who brokered the deal, have arrived in Nigeria. I am pleased you recognized that our military is cooperating with civil authorities, and respecting humanitarian issues. The post "It's a hard time" for Nigeria: Buhari appeared first on News Agency of Nigeria (NAN).
The battle to liberate the Iraqi city of Mosul from ISIS militants began on Monday, in the biggest military operation since the departure of the USA from the country in 2011. The White House rejected suggestions Monday that the battle to roust the Islamic State from Iraq's second-largest city was launched to benefit the presidential campaign of Hillary Clinton.
An expert team including jurists, historians, interior ministry staff, and local officials put together for the specific goal of reaching a decision, have now concluded that the best course of action would be to bring the building down, which they passed on to Sobotka.
Matthew struck the southwestern peninsula with 125 miles per hour (200 kph) winds and heavy rains that flattened homes, flooded villages, razed crops, swept away cattle and cut off the parts of the island. "We know some people don't evacuate". Matthew weakened to a Category 2 hurricane this afternoon, with maximum winds of 110 miles per hour. There were more than 20,000 people in shelters.
He has also urged his supporters to keep an eye on voting locations to prevent a "stolen" election, which some critics interpreted as encouraging them to intimidate voters. Leaders in both parties fear Trump's claims will encourage his most ardent supporters not to accept the results, leading to prolonged litigation, possible violence or hardened divisions - or some combination of the three.
Ethiopia's largest ethnic groups, the Oromo and the Amhara, are protesting what they see as the marginalization of their rights and freedoms by the ruling Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF), dominated by the Tigray minority.
Jim Manley, a former adviser to Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., recalled the skepticism some Republicans had about Obama. Trump said during the second presidential debate . Trump was already struggling to attract support from women before his first debate with Clinton in late September. Donald Trump refuses to back down from his claim, which has been made without specific evidence, that the upcoming election results will be rigged at polling places.
For the same reason, IS in Mosul has enjoyed strong political and logistical support from former members of Saddam Hussein's Baathist armed forces, men who were summarily dismissed and who lost their livelihoods in the de-Baathification process after 2003.
Mr Tusk held open the possibility of the United Kingdom going back on the referendum result, saying it would be for the United Kingdom to assess the outcome of the negotiations and "determine if Brexit is really in their interest". The 51 year-old says she has been told "my head belongs on Traitors' Gate', the infamous arch leading into the Tower of London". Mr Herbert, a former minister, said: "No-one is arguing to delay or frustrate the referendum decision, but hard Brexit ideologues are ...
A total of 290 flights (227 domestic and 63 international) were cancelled. Some places across Luzon received over 400 mm (16 inches) of rain when Sarika moved through a short time ago, further increasing the risk for major flooding across the region.
A senior State Department official asked the FBI to help previous year in reducing the classification of an email from Hillary Clinton's private server, according to bureau records released Monday. "Consequently, Arizona is tailor made as an easily winnable red state where Trump could lose". Texas hasn't voted Democratic in a presidential race since Jimmy Carter in 1976.
It is to reach Unesco's executive plenary next week. "We are deeply concerned about these kinds of recurring politicised resolutions that do nothing to advance constructive results on the ground and we don't believe they should be adopted ", said State Department deputy spokesman Mark Toner.
Chinese President Xi Jinping made no commitments on terrorism during a bilateral meeting with Modi on Saturday before the BRICS summit, although an Indian official said they agreed to cooperate on preventing terrorism. The BRICS said sources of terror funding like organised crime by means of money laundering, drug trafficking, criminal activities, dismantling terrorist bases, and countering misuse of the internet including through social media by terror entities should be focus areas.
The search teams have located the sunken boat in Chindwin River. Rescuers have reportedly saved the lives of a total of 154 people from the overturned boat so far and warned that the death toll could hit 100. "It happened very fast", she told AFP . "The window was open so I had a chance to get out of the boat ". "In the morning, I heard there was a dead child in the hospital and I went there".
That would be the National Basketball Association champion Cavaliers, who play next door. The Indians now have RHP Mike Clevinger, a reliever, tentatively scheduled to start Game 4, which would turn that game into a bullpen game for Cleveland.
Kristin Anderson told the Washington Post that she was in deep conversation with friends at a club in the early '90s when Trump, who was seated next to her on a couch, "slid his fingers up her miniskirt, moved up her inner thigh, and touched her vagina through her underwear".
Tensions between the two nations have continued to rise over the last several months in light of the already contentious American presidential election, and with recent reports of voter registration system hacks , it now appears that the Central Intelligence Agency is weighing its options when it comes to retaliation against Russian Federation.
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Donald Trump claims the U.S. presidential election is being "rigged" by a "dishonest media" and at "many polling places". Trump has denied those allegations, which burst into the race last week in a steady, damaging stream. Pence said he did not condone such behavior. "But I don't want anybody to think this election's over, because it's been so unpredictable up until now that I'm not taking anything for granted".
After the successful strike, an effective radio monitoring was maintained adding the wireless messages from radio intercepts of Pakistani army indicated that at least 10 LeT terrorists had been killed during the multiple and near synchronised surgical strikes on four launch pads in North Kashmir.
Lorenzana had on Wednesday set a conciliatory tone, saying Duterte may have been misinformed when he said US-Philippine military exercises were no benefit to his country. "It has nothing to do with the memory of the Jews because in my country we do not tinker with the memory of our ancestors", he added. While no formal requests have been made, Duterte said the 107 American military personnel assisting local soldiers with surveillance should leave the southern Philippine island of Mindanao, ...
The owner of the building has repeatedly refused to sell, thwarting plans to demolish the structure, but the government has now ordered the compulsory purchase of the site. The issue has sparked heated debate among Braunau's 17,000 residents. Some wanted it as a refugee center and others wanted it to be a museum dedicated to Austria's liberation from Nazi rule.
More than 25,000 troops, including Iraqi soldiers, Sunni tribal fighters, Shiite militias, Kurdish and USA forces will take part in the operation, the most complex since American troops withdrew from Iraq five years ago. "This operation to regain control of Iraq's second-largest city will likely continue for weeks, possibly longer", Lt. Gen. Stephen Townsend said in a video statement .
Rising casualties in Aleppo , where many buildings have been reduced to rubble, have prompted an global outcry. Speaking to Russia's Komsomolskaya Pravda, Assad said Aleppo was effectively no longer Syria's industrial capital but taking back the city would provide important political and strategic gains for his regime.
Germany, France and Brussels returned fire, all promising the United Kingdom could not have both immigration control and full trade access to the European Union. That is a real victory for Parliament. During the visit, Prime Minister May alongside Modi will inaugurate the India-UK Tech Summit in New Delhi jointly hosted by the Confederation of Indian Industry and the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India.
Instead of winning by an nearly two-to-one margin on Monday as pre-election polls had predicted, those favoring the accord with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia lost by a razor-thin margin, 49.8 per cent to 50.2 per cent for those against the deal.