That's according to a new report from the United Nations human rights chief. Islamic State forces in Iraq have abducted tens of thousands of men, women and children from areas around Mosul and are using them as "human shields" in the city as Iraqi government troops advance, the UN Human rights office said on Friday.
Saturday's incident comes after terrorists mutilated an army jawan after crossing the Line of Control. The photos show people wounded in firing getting treated in the hospitals in the villages located on Pakistan border villages. The Border Security Force (BSF) retaliated and targeted an unknown number of Pakistani posts across the boundary. However, firing exchanges do take place time to time across the border and shelling has increased in recent days.
Clinton said she was "confident whatever (the emails) are will not change the conclusion reached in July", when Comey said he wouldn't recommend criminal charges in the matter. Trump said of Clinton: "We must not let her take her criminal scheme into the Oval Office ". The US State Department said on Friday it will cooperate with the FBI's investigation.
It has received reports of more than 200 people being killed for refusing to comply with IS orders or previously belonging to Iraqi security forces. With Kurdish and Iraqi forces rapidly closing in on the city, Isis has shipped civilians from areas around Mosul into strategic areas.
France abstained from voting in the first resolution , passed on October 13, which was followed by a almost identical one this week, criticizing Israel and referring to the Temple Mount, one of Judaism's most sacred sites, by its Arabic name of Al Haram al-Sharif.
Dreamworld originally announced they would open the gates for a memorial day on Friday before resuming usual business on Saturday, however, those plans were cancelled following discussions with police who are still investigating the tragedy.
The four deaths are being investigated and Dreamworld delayed its planned memorial reopening, which was set for Friday, on police advice. CEO Deborah Thomas reacts as she sits with company director George Venardos after the company's annual general meeting in Sydney, Australia, October 27, 2016.
Seperately, shelling by Syrian rebels killed several children at a school in government-held western Aleppo on Thursday, the monitoring group and Syrian state TV said. Putin rejected resuming the strikes in order to give the United States time to separate terrorist groups from the moderate opposition and to allow militants and civilians to leave Aleppo , Peskov noted.
Chandra also said that the recoil had hit Subhash on the shoulder. Sources in Defence Ministry and the Army claim that the Pakistani action was just to push the terrorists inside the Indian territory and there was no BAT action along the LoC.
Freedom House's statement quoted Vukasin Petrovic, director of Central, West and East Africa programs as saying: " Gambia's withdrawal from the ICC threatens human rights protection in the country, especially given the government's failure to protect the fundamental freedoms of its citizens".
However, just a few hours later, she announced that she would be donating $167,500 - what she said was her whole bonus - to the Red Cross. "We had the most wonderful ceremony and we are all here today to be part of the family, to hug each other, to provide support to each other", she said.
He added that the goal is to bring North Korea back to the negotiating table for "good faith" talks. "The best we could probably hope for is some sort of a cap [on North Korea's nuclear capabilities], but they are not going to do that just because we ask them".
He said Russian Federation was focusing on "possible attempts by fighters to break out of Mosul" and "freely leave the city in the direction of Syria". "A lot of foreign fighters we expect will stay as they're not able to exfiltrate as easily as some of the local fighters or local leadership, so we expect there will be a fight".
Saudi Arabia said on Friday that Houthi rebels had fired a missile towards Islam's holiest city overnight, before the missile was intercepted and destroyed by coalition forces. The Saudi-led campaign initially had the logistical and intelligence support of the USA, but mounting civilian casualties from its airstrikes led to America pulling back, especially after a Saudi strike earlier this month on a funeral in Sanaa killed some 140 people and wounded over 600.
Spokeswoman Ravina Shamdasani said Friday in Geneva that "credible reports" suggest IS has been forcing tens of thousands from their homes in districts around Mosul. The city is many times bigger than any other that the ultra-hardline militant group has ever captured, and it was from its Grand Mosque in 2014 that the group's leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, declared a "caliphate" that also spans parts of Syria.
Trollip says the clashes started when ANC councillors disrupted the meeting while a disciplinary matter was being discussed. Nelson Mandela Bay Economic Development, Tourism and Agriculture sector (NMBEDTA), in partnership with Nelson Mandela Bay Catering Secondary Co-operative, on Thursday hosted a food tasting session to showcase the work of catering companies in the city.
FILE - In this file photo released early Monday, Oct. 17, 2016 and provided by the Syrian Civil Defense group known as the White Helmets, rescue workers try to remove a boy stuck in the debris of a building in the neighborhood of Qaterji in rebel-held east Aleppo following an airstrike in Aleppo , Syria.
Sebastian Vettel jumped ahead of the Mercedes championship duel by posting the fastest time of Friday's practice sessions, sending a warning that there's still life in the Italian team near the end of what has been a disappointing season.
An army officer said militants overnight ambushed an Indian army patrol, killing one, while Pakistani soldiers provided covering fire near Machil sector along the Line of Control dividing the disputed region between India and Pakistan. More than 35 people have been injured in the cross-border firing and shelling in the last five days. Late on Friday night, the Indian Army said that Pakistan had violated ceasefire along the LoC in Sundarbani and Pallanwala sectors in Rajouri and Jammu ...
West African country Gambia has joined South Africa and Burundi in withdrawing from the International Criminal Court. South Africa's decision followed a dispute past year when Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir visited the country despite being the subject of an ICC arrest warrant over alleged war crimes.
To lose two family members at once is unbelievably painful and we are certain you will appreciate and respect our wishes for privacy at this time and the coming weeks . He left federal politics for provincial politics and became premier of Alberta in 2014, until his party was defeated a year later in elections. "Our deepest sympathies are with his wife Karen, their daughters and the entire Prentice family".
Kashmir has been divided between India and Pakistan but claimed in full by both since the two countries gained independence from Britain in 1947. India earlier said it would expel a Pakistan High Commission official for "espionage activities", the foreign ministry said, with tensions between the nuclear-armed neighbours already running high.
The Vatican's Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith issued updated instructions Tuesday on rules for cremation. Church leaders also said burial is preferable to cremation. A dead person is a son of God. They have been discouraging their clients from keeping the urns at home and instead memorialize them at consecrated places.
Both the factions of the Hurriyat Conference (HC) and Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), spearheading the agitation since July 9, a day after Hizbul Mujahideen (HM) commander Burhan Wani and two other militants were killed, have already extended the general strike till November 3.
The Associated Press reported earlier this week that IS militants had gone door to door in villages south of Mosul, ordering hundreds of people at gunpoint to march north into the city, the largest under their control. The strategy doesn't seem to have succeeded fully. U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Matthew C. Isler. "We were able to do that without harming any civilians, and we verified we were able to degrade their planned use of those vehicles", he told the AP.
Trump also praised the FBI's decision to revisit the case. The review could take weeks and will not be completed by election day, a law enforcement official said . "We must not let her take her criminal scheme into the oval office". His campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, said on Twitter that "a great day in our campaign just got even better".
Cleveland will hand the ball to right-hander Josh Tomlin in Friday's pivotal Game 3. Indians reliever Andrew Miller (1-0) collected the win after striking out three and allowing no baserunners in 1 1/3 innings of relief. Andrew Miller is on for the Indians after replacing starter Josh Tomlin with a runner on second and two outs in the fifth inning. The Cubs escaped a bases-loaded jam in the fifth when reliever Justin Grimm got Francisco Lindor to ground into an inning-ending double play.
Defense attorney Marcus Mumford said that Bundy's "problem wasn't with federal employees-it was with their employer", the federal government. "Then, the next thing I know they surrounded me, took ahold of me, and they were talking about I was resisting arrest", Mumford said.
CHINA EXPRESSES SHOCK: China on Tuesday expressed shock over the terror attack on a police training centre in Pakistan's restive Balochistan province and said it will continue to back Islamabad in the fight against terrorism and safeguarding national stability.
It comes after top USA intelligence official James Clapper said that North Korean denuclearisation was "probably a lost cause ". He spoke in Tokyo where he met with U.S. The U.S. has long denounced the notion of North Korea creating nuclear arms, and the state department confirmed on October 25 that they still have a zero-tolerance policy on the matter.
The Houthis confirmed the launch of a Burkan-1 ballistic missile into Saudi Arabia in a statement to their official news agency on Friday but said it targeted King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah, the kingdom's busiest airport. "Is this an Islamic regime as it claims to be?" The Houthi-controlled Saba news agency claimed the missile "directly hit" the airport and caused major destruction, although there were no delays or diversions affecting the airport on Friday.
In 2013, Tennessee became the fastest improving state in the country on the Nation's Report Card for math and reading. Average scores for both fourth and eight graders came in at 154, which is above average. "Our nation's future is inextricably linked to how well we educate our students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics", U.S. Secretary of Education John King said in a recent call with reporters, "Without a strong education in these vital disciplines, our nation can not ...
Mr Blair said the public should get another say "either through Parliament, an election, possibly another referendum". "The country has taken a decision in a referendum, there is no way that decision can be reversed, unless it becomes clear once people see the facts they change their mind".
Washington estimates there are between 3,500 and 5,000 ISIL fighters in Mosul and as many as 2,000 more in the wider area. The disclosure that the USA was using airstrikes in an attempt to limit ISIS' ability to exploit civilians came as the Mosul offensive "paused" to allow Iraqi Security Forces and Kurdish Peshmerga fighters to clear up pockets of resistance and refit for the assault on the city itself, said Air Force Col.
While the pause is "widespread", Dorrian said it should only last a couple of days. He said there were no more than 15 ISIL fighters in his town. She says that looking at an IS defeat exclusively from the point of view that it may result in fighters heading to Europe to commit terrorist acts would be "shortsighted and cynical".