He was referring to Obama telling CBS News' Bill Plante the same day that he learned about the private email server "through news reports". Trump sees Clinton's use of a private email server during her tenure as secretary of state as inherently illegal and the role of the government in investigating the server as hopelessly corrupted.
While it remained unclear whether negotiations would resume with the francophone region of Wallonia, it was highly likely that the European Union would have to call off Thursday's summit to sign the deal with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) had a scathing message for Republican nominee Donald Trump: " Nasty women vote ". " She's also a very nice person", Donald "What A Nasty Woman " Trump continues. "I believe we're actually winning", Trump said. Day two, she hates him. The joint appearance, their second of the campaign , came as Clinton faces fresh scrutiny over revelations contained in the thousands of stolen emails from campaign chairman, John Podesta, made pubic in staggered releases ...
He urged all warring parties and member nations to reach a consensus "before it is too late". On the diplomatic front, the need to separate the rebels from jihadists was discussed by Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov in a phone conversation with his American counterpart John Kerry.
For now, children will stay in shipping containers near the Jungle, a spokesman for the United Nations refugee agency in Geneva said. Majority traveled to the French port in the hope of ultimately crossing the English Channel to get to Britain.
Singh said. "He was found dead in the room", a senior police officer said about the incident. He was not seen since the last three days and suspicions rose when a foul smell emanated from his room. Expressing solidarity with the missing JNU student Najeeb Ahmed, the university students took out a march from Mandi House to Jantar Mantar here .
Jean-Marc Ayrault says the US-led coalition , which is supporting the Iraqi operation, should then turn its attention to Raqqa, the Syrian city which IS has declared as its capital and where militants will flee once Mosul falls. "Finan was repositioning to a more advantageous position when his vehicle struck an improvised explosive device", it said. He said the civilians were relocated to protect them from possible IS shelling.
Haider al-Abadi said the move showed "rapprochement" and unity of objective between Iraqi and Kurdish forces. Kurdish peshmerga forces prepare an anti-tank missile targeting Islamic State facilities in the town of Naweran near Mosul, Iraq .
A spokesman for the Baloch Liberation Army, Gend Baloch, later claimed responsibility for the attack in a phone call to news agency. Gunmen have killed a Pakistani intelligence officer in the in the northwestern province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, in an attack claimed by the Takfiri Daesh terror group .
The main Defense Department authority responsible for vetting cases of fraud and errors in military pay, the Defense Office of Hearings and Appeals, has only limited authority to grant waivers to servicemembers unfairly accused of receiving bonuses they did not earn, Capt.
Mahboob said quick police and paramilitary forces surrounded the venue to eliminate attackers and rescue the under trainees. He claimed that the attackers, including a 12-year-old boy, were Afghan Uzbeks and they wore suicide jackets. Raheel Sharif visited on Tuesday. Sixty law enforcement agencies' personnel were martyred and about hundred and ten injured in a terrorist attack on Police Training Centre in Quetta last night.
ISIS claimed responsibility Tuesday for an attack on a police training center in Quetta , Pakistan, that killed at least 59 people and injured more than 100. Terrorists cannot defeat us by carrying out act of terror", the CM Balochistan said, adding that they would continue their war on terror until the end of last terrorists.
Closely watched by more than 1,200 police, the first of dozens of buses began transferring them to reception centers around France where they can apply for asylum. The French interior ministry said officers "might be forced to intervene" if there was unrest during the demolition. "'But we're more anxious about the end of the week, when there will be people who do not want to go, and who continue to want to get to England".
Narendra Modi at JLR plant in the United Kingdom with former Tata Group Chairman Cyrus Mistry . Chandrasekaran rose up the ranks to helm TCS, Speth was brought in as JLR CEO in February 2010. Mistry was declared heir to Tata in November 2011, a year before he took over the top position. Tata Sons is the holding company of the Tata Group.
There was intermittent firing in Arnia, he added. In the last 24 hours, ten people mostly women have been injured in the cross border firing in the RS Pura sector. "People were inside their houses, so no human casualty", Singh said. Those injured in the cross border shelling have been identified as Shakshi (12), Manju Choudhary (15), Veena (26), Soma Devi (40), Kamlesh Kumari (28), Sanjana (10) Ratno Devi (60), Ramesh Kumar all residents of Suchetgarh.
Moments earlier, police fired tear gas to disperse the angry protesters. These statements came after when a group of Moro and indigenous people (IP) protesters on Wednesday, rallied outside the United States embassy because of the alleged presence of military and Americans in their ancestral domain.
The Caressant Care Woodstock Long Term Care Home, where police accuse nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer of killing seven elderly patients, is seen in Woodstock, Ontario, Canada. It also says she studied nursing at Conestoga College between 1992 and 1995 and she earned a bachelor's degree at London Baptist Bible College in the late 1980's.
She said Britain will be "a confident, outward-looking country, enthusiastic about cooperating with our European friends and allies after we leave". Speaking at her first Brussels summit as Prime Minister, she acknowledged there would be "difficult moments" ahead in the negotiations, but said with a "constructive spirit" there could be a "smooth departure".
This is not the first time that Bibi ran in trouble with the Pakistani authorities as past year, NADRA issued three CNICs to Sharbat Bibi and two men who claimed to be her sons. Then a 12-year-old girl, she was identified as Sharbat Gula. An inquiry had been launched with NADRA officials under fire for issuing CNICs to foreign nationals without legitimate documentation, Dawn online noted.
Beginning in January 2017, a limited rotational force of 330 US Marines will be stationed in Norway, which shares a 122-mile border with Russian Federation. "The defence of Norway is dependent on allied reinforcement and it is crucial for Norwegian security that our allies get the knowledge required to operate in Norway, together with Norwegian forces", said Ms Soereide who has expressed concern about Russian military activity since Russia's 2014 annexation of Crimea.
The Russian warships's intended course will bring them right through the English Channel, a route that has been deemed to be used as a show of force. The fleet, dubbed Operation Sea Fist in Russian Federation and led by Admiral Kuznetsov is heading to join Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad's bombing campaign on the Syrian city of Aleppo .
In a related development, Halo Najat, director of Kurdish police forces in Kirkuk, told Anadolu Agency that at least 75 Daesh militants had been killed in Kirkuk - and 30 others arrested - since the terrorist group attacked the city last Friday.
According to reports , Murthy was a cancer patient and was undergoing treatment at the campus hospital. Aligarh : A senior professor at Uttar Pradesh's Aligarh Muslim University died on Tuesday after waiting for almost six hours for an ambulance to shift him to another hospital.
State Department spokesperson John Kirby said in a press conference here that the attack was a cowardly, lethal and a horrific one. "I ran away from my room and was hit by a bullet, I still managed to flee", 22-year-old cadet Hikmatullah recalled while speaking from his hospital bed where he was recuperating from a gunshot wound to the left shoulder.
Turkish authorities on Tuesday detained the co-mayors of the mainly Kurdish southeast's biggest city on charges they aided militants, part of a government crackdown after more than a year of violence in the region. The government accuses the HDP of being the political wing of the Kurdish militant group PKK. Kisana, elected in 2014 as the first female mayor of Diyarbakir , had given evidence to the 15 July Coup Hearing Committee, established to probe a failed coup earlier this year, in ...
Martin allegedly had been taking the information home with him from as many as seven different contracting jobs for the government since 1996. Martin, a former U.S. The document doesn't, however, answer one of the big questions in the case: whether Mr. Martin shared any of the stolen classified information with another person or another country.
They also encouraged civilians to evacuate the area, though the United Nations has been unable to get rebel support for an evacuation and thus been unable to do it in any organized fashion. He chastised the US-led coalition, saying that it was criticising Damascus and Moscow instead of "really exerting influence on the opposition, the rebels".
Entitled "Old City of Jerusalem and its Walls", the new resolution shares similar language with the first, referring to the Temple Mount - the holiest site in Judaism, as it once housed the Jewish Temples - as "Al-Aqsa Mosque/Al-Haram Al-Sharif" and defining it as "a Muslim holy site of worship".
The upcoming resolution at the World Heritage Committee is every bit as divisive as the Executive Board resolution, despite Jerusalem's inscription as a holy city for Judaism, Christianity and Islam on UNESCO's World Heritage list. Shama-Hacohen called the resolutions "diplomatic jihad against the Jewish people". The Foreign Ministry worked frantically through the night in a bid to delay the resolution, but it seemed unlikely that they would succeed, and officials said they viewed the ...
But he quickly slipped into his combative rhetoric, slamming a "totally rigged" system and raging against establishment politicians and the media for seeking to sink his campaign. "Trump is losing, and he's losing in part because he's a flawed, vulnerable candidate". The Republican nominee has also previously called for a freeze on new federal regulations and repeated Saturday that he would require federal agencies eliminate two federal regulations for every new one.
Kevin McCarthy , R-Bakersfield, in a letter that 23 of his colleagues signed. The Los Angeles Times reported over the weekend that the Defense Department has ordered about 9,700 soldiers to return enlistment bonus payments of $15,000 or more that they received for agreeing to extend their service when the troop levels fell short of the numbers needed for the wars.
Her campaign is blunt in saying that Florida and its 29 electoral votes matter immensely, even if there are ways for Clinton to win the White House without winning the state. Yeah, get this, Donald: "Nasty women are tough, nasty women are smart, and nasty women vote". Trump reiterated his allegation that the system was rigged.
She also included her own bit of self-deprecating humor, noting she took a break from her napping schedule to be there. There are also fears that election results in some states will be tampered with, and Trump's backers have cheered his promise to challenge the election results if he doesn't win.
Some might chalk this up to the fact that as a public defender Mrs. Clinton had to take the cases as they were assigned - but this isn't so. In the ninth month. Donald Trump was not my first choice. "But I do bare the marks of someone else's choice". "Honestly, I screamed obscenities at the TV", she told the Daily News of Trump's debate remarks.
Any remaining chance the Canada-European Union trade deal could be signed this week appears to be evaporating - even as Belgium's Foreign Minister claimed progress in talks to overcome regional opposition that has thwarted the accord. "Each time they put forward such an ultimatum it makes a serene discussion and a democratic debate impossible", he said. Verhofstadt, a former Belgian prime minister, said it was important to lay the groundwork for approving the deal by November and signing it ...