The operation to retake Mosul is the largest launched by the Iraqi army since the 2003 USA -led invasion. An Iraqi general says special forces have joined the Mosul offensive with a pre-dawn advance on a nearby town held by the Islamic State group.
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If that's not possible, affected students may receive a tuition refund, the PASSHE website says. Keller said she's been working since she was 14 to pay for college. "These are hard times for our universities". On Wednesday, some students walked with professors, handed them oranges, played music for them, served doughnuts and coffee and, at one school, held up "FREE BEER FOR PROFESSORS" signs.
Ms. Mehbooba instructed the district administration to extend all possible help to the families of the victims and ensure the best medical treatment for the injured. Deputy Commissioner, Reasi, has released aid of Rs. 10,000 to the next of kin of those killed and Rs. 5,000 to the injured. Rajouri SSP Suleman Choudhary said the mini-bus was on its way to Jamola from Rajouri when it plunged into a gorge at Bindi.
They have sent trucks loaded with explosives careening toward the front lines and fired mortars to slow the Iraqi forces' advance since Monday. Mosul is a Sunni majority town, and many fear the involvement of state-sanctioned Shiite militias in the operation could stoke sectarian tensions.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Saturday welcomed the adoption by governments at a meeting in Kigali , Rwanda, of a critically important amendment to cut the production and use of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) in order to safe the Ozone Layer.
Authorities have issued warnings to the local residents of the island as Typhoon Haima is expected to bring fierce winds and storm surging up to 5 metres or higher. The strongest storm to threaten the Philippines in years, Haima prompted thousands of people to evacuate their homes and government and aid agencies to prepare for a potential humanitarian disaster.
Delfin Lorenzana said in a news conference last week that he has explained to the president the value of the annual military maneuvers with the Americans in responding to natural disasters and in potential security crises. China attaches high importance to relations with the Philippines and is willing to work with the country to promote the sound and stable development of bilateral ties, he said.
The Presidential Communications Office, in a release, said China has also committed over $9 billion in soft loans to support the Philippines' development projects and drug rehabilitation programs. On Thursday, Duterte met with China's Premier Li Keqiang and Chinese leader Xi Jinping. Duterte added he would not visit the United States during his term as president, saying, "We will just be insulted there, so I'll try to figure out a new foreign policy".
A Defense official said the crew of the USS Mason deployed "unidentified onboard defensive measures" to deflect the first missile, though it remains unclear what prevented the missile from missing the ship. It said the Volcano-1 missile targeted the air base. One was sacked towards a military base in Taif in central Saudi Arabia on Sunday, striking deeper then ever before in the latest of a series of more than a dozen missile attacks.
One of Guzman's lawyers, Andres Granados, vowed to seek a Supreme Court hearing. Mexico has said it expects to extradite Guzman to the United States by February. The drug lord previously faced extradition to the USA in 2001, but he escaped by bribing guards and spent 13 years on the run. Guzman was captured in February 2014 after 13 years on the lam, but he escaped a year later from a maximum-security prison near Mexico City , humiliating President Enrique Pena Nieto.
Ecuador itself released a statement today confirming that it had disconnected Assange's internet over Clinton email leaks. Assange has been encamped in the Ecuadorian embassy in London since being granted asylum in 2012. WikiLeaks has published 11 tranches this month of what are believed to be 55,000 emails siphoned from the Democratic National Committee, including thousands from the account of John Podesta, chairman of the Clinton campaign.
The Turkish military confirmed it had targeted positions of the Kurdish YPG militia, the main force within the SDF. Commander Mahmoud Barkhadan of the People's Protection Units said Turkish tanks have been shelling the Kurdish-led forces in the area since early Wednesday, The Associated Press reported.
He is expected to be formally recommended to the 193-member General Assembly with a vote on Thursday. Guterres , a 66-year-old former socialist politician and previous head of the U.N.'s refugee agency, is expected to become the ninth secretary general after a formal vote in the General Assembly scheduled for Thursday morning.
Fourteen youngsters, who the government says are aged 14 to 17, were among the first group brought to the United Kingdom from Calais. He said they should undertake mandatory dental checks to verify their ages. A spokesperson added: "X-rays taken for a clinically justified reason must not be used for another objective without the patient's informed consent, without coercion and in full knowledge of how the radiograph will be used and by whom".
The comments, made Sunday at the BRICS summit in the Indian city of Goa, were a not-so-implicit dig at Pakistan, which India accuses of using terrorist proxies to foment unrest in Kashmir. On key agenda of the grouping, Modi said putting the global economy back on track was another focus point of thedeliberations, adding the discussions at the summit were " detailed, substantive and productive".Modi said the Goa declaration lays a comprehensive visionfor cooperation within BRICS and worldwide ...
Both Joe and co-host "Morning Mika" Brzezinski have had an on-again, off-again feud with their frenemy Donald Trump, during which they have directed lots of harsh criticism in his direction. "I had to sit through 'Fahrenheit 9/11 , ' and a lady was sobbing violently behind me on the Upper West Side about the election being stolen by George Bush, and I patted her halfway through, and I go, 'It's all right, ma'am".
The other victims, all male, were treated there as well. Three male students were hospitalized with gunshot wounds, as was a female student, who was reported to have life-threatening injuries. Police believe that at least one of the victims was the intended target of the shooting. As students ran in all directions, teachers gathered them and pushed them into classrooms, he said.
With her lead increasing, Clinton is unlikely to need any of the normally solid-red states to win the White House. The president initially said he would pull his punches when it comes to politics, respecting the official setting. The Trump campaign had also sought to embarrass and distract Hillary Clinton and her husband by inviting several of the women to sit in the family box near the debate stage.
This adjustment, which takes effect January 1, is calculated by the SSA based on the increase in average wages. Because of this and the COLA , the maximum possible Social Security benefit at full retirement age is increasing from $2,639 to $2,687.
In an interview last week with al-Jazeera, Duterte said that during his visit he would fight to maintain the country's islands in the South China Sea. Duterte his wish of unhindered access by Filipino fishermen to the Scarborough Shoal. We're just new, and I don't know exactly what they want to do.
According to a CNN article, "At 100, Planned Parenthood at center of abortion debate", Planned Parenthood was first opened on October 16, 1916, by American contraception activist and nurse Margaret Sanger in Brooklyn, New York. On July 5, Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast CEO Melaney Linton reported a victory for New Orleans as a new Planned Parenthood health center opened on South Claiborne Avenue.
In heavily Democratic Philadelphia, a city Trump singled out as a place to watch for fraud, elected leaders bristled at such allegations as an attempt to disrupt voting and discourage minorities from going to the polls. But, in the rest of the country, the restoration of voting rights varies depending on the state and the laws are stricter in some states than others.
According to the statement , the man who was killed by the prince has been identified as Adel bin Suleiman bin Abdul Karim Mohaimeed. The interior ministry's statement added: "King Salman's keenness on enforcement of security, justice and God's judgments".
In a joint statement by the four officials, Carter and Kerry reiterated the "unwavering USA commitment to draw on the full range of its military capabilities, including the US nuclear umbrella, conventional strike and missile defense capabilities, to provide extended deterrence".
Last Thursday, the U.S. struck three Ansarullah positions by Tomahawk missile in retaliation to two failed missile attacks on its vessels navigating in the Red Sea and Bab Al-Mandab Strait. "This is the time to implement a ceasefire unconditionally and then move to the negotiating table", said U.S. secretary of state John Kerry after meeting British foreign secretary Boris Johnson, UN envoy to Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed and other officials in London.
The Saudi military said the missile fired late Saturday was intercepted and caused no damage. While the news wasn't addressed by the moderators, an extremely disturbing thing took place in the Red Sea, about twelve miles off the coast of Yemen.
Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that Russian Federation appeals to countries with influence over rebels in the eastern part of the Syrian city of Aleppo to persuade them to leave. According to the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), more than 560 people have been killed since the ceasefire agreement went haywire.
According to the sources, three Japanese diplomats, including a deputy director-general in the Foreign Ministry's Asian and Oceanian Affairs Bureau, entered Dalian in early September. Chang said the U.S.is not likely to relent in the crackdown despite the Chinese opposition. South Korean Army Chief of Staff Gen. Jang Jun-kyu (L) shakes hands with his visiting USA counterpart Mark Milley at the army's Seoul office.
On Sunday, both the United States and Britain said they were considering taking action against Russian Federation for their actions in Aleppo . He says the suspension is meant to prepare for the opening of humanitarian corridors for the rebels to leave Aleppo .
The North's Hwasong-10 missile, also known as Musudan, was launched at 12.33pm near an airfield in the north-western city of Kusong, the South said in a statement . The first five launch attempts failed, before a successful launch was achieved on the sixth attempt in June. It was believed to be a Musadan ballistic missile and did not pose a threat to North America, the North American Aerospace Defense Command determined.
Wearing a pale-blue jacket and pencil skirt by Catherine Walker & Co, Kate amazed the onlookers by her beauty and charm and also stopped to click some pictures and interact with the crowd. Later, the 34-year-old Kate travelled to the southwestern port city of Rotterdam to visit a community initiative that provides a public workspace for local residents and children.
A United Nations official says Russian Federation has communicated plans for a total of three eight-hour pauses in military actions in rebel-held parts of the Syrian city of Aleppo over "consecutive days" this week. German Chancellor Angela Merkel condemned the air raids on Syria's second city as "inhumane and cruel". The army blames rebels opposed to President Bashar al-Assad for preventing them leaving and says they use civilians as human shields.
The M.E.N. chose to investigate after reports that the supermarket giant has pulled 30 major brands from its online store - and that many actual stores were running dry of popular items - due to a dispute with the branded goods supplier over its plans to raise prices by 10 per cent.
Democratic former Sen. Evan Bayh and Republican Rep. Todd Young are set to face each other Tuesday evening in what could be their only debate during an increasingly bitter campaign for Indiana's open U.S. "This is something that Gov. Pence did that I agree with, that Congressman Young wants to undo", Bayh said. "You're just not going to be productive in the U.S.