Cross- border fire continued between India and Pakistan yesterday, one day after both countries announced they would each expel one of the other's diplomats amid growing tension over the disputed region of Kashmir. Amidst the escalating tension between India and Pakistan, the Border Security Force (BSF) will not be exchanging candies with the Pakistan Rangers at the Attari-Wagah Border on Sunday on the occasion of Diwali.
A police operation is under way in a Paris migrant camp that has resurged in recent weeks in a new challenge to French government efforts to tackle the migrant crisis. A doll was left behind on a parapet overlooking the tents of the makeshift camp in the 19th district of Paris in Paris . In a letter sent to Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve, a copy of which was obtained by Reuters, Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo requested that the camp be shut rapidly on humanitarian and sanitary grounds.
The government didn't remove the section from the books, as antiquated laws are rarely repealed. The Crown wrote in its arguments that the judge can still do more analysis for second-degree murder or substitute the verdict with manslaughter.
One militant was also killed in the gunbattle, Indian army said here tonight. The incident has received heavy backlash on Twitter and people are calling the act as "barbaric". Secretary S Jaishankar later called Pakistan's High Commissioner Abdul Basit and declared Akhtar a "persona non grata" for spying. "This act will invite an appropriate response".
US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has a three-point lead over Republican Donald Trump following revelations of emails possibly involving the former secretary of state's private server, a new poll of likely voters showed Monday.
Mumbai: Superstar Aamir Khan is overwhelmed with actor Ranbir Kapoor's performance in " Ae Dil Hai Mushkil ", and calls him a great artist. After fighting so many controversies, Ae Dil Hai Mushkil is not only winning hearts in India but also overseas.
Dozens of historic buildings have been destroyed by Sunday's 6.6-magnitude quake. There were no reports of fatalities - a fact attributed to the evacuation of sensitive areas and fragile city centers. "The monster is still there", Amatrice Mayor Sergio Pirozzi told Sky TG24. It was felt as far north as Salzburg, Austria and all the way down the Italian peninsula to the Puglia region, the heel of the boot.
Back in April, the organization passed a motion denouncing "Israeli aggressions and illegal measures against the freedom of worship and Muslims' access to the al-Aqsa Mosque". It was seized by Israel during the Six-Day War in 1967, though its annexation was never internationally recognized. It is the second time this year that UNESCO has approved an anti-Israeli resolution.
But tensions in the region have been rising. The United States on Thursday reassured its key Asian allies Japan and South Korea that its policy seeking North Korea's nuclear disarmament remains unchanged, after its intelligence chief called it a " lost cause ".
Park's secretaries have been ordered to resign following the scandal. The prosecution arrested Choi Soon-sil, a confidante of President Park Geun-hye, without a warrant Monday night as Choi may destroy evidence, news reports said. Some in the administration believe it would be hard under current circumstances for Park to make her first visit to Japan since taking office in 2013, the major daily said.
It was an up-and-down day for Johnson as he took minor damage from Denny Hamlin and Aric Almirola before facing a fuel scare during that confusing caution that came out with around 140 laps to go. "The turnaround, I'm way impressed with, especially from where we came from to where we've ended up", Johnson said. Teammate Carl Edwards had a tough day at Martinsville with a tire problem relegating him to a 36th-place finish, last among the Chase contenders.
The first was after the Access Hollywood tape was released , causing the RNC to move into a holding pattern with Trump, angering some of the committee members who are backing Trump. The event on behalf of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is scheduled for 4:30 p.m. Tuesday at the school's Field House at 2360 E. Mound St. In considering a Clinton presidency, one must also not discount the fact that should she be elected, she will become the first female president in our nation's ...
As many as 22 government school and a private school buildings have been gutted under mysterious circumstances since July 9 in Kashmir, where government has chose to conduct class 10th and class 12th examinations next month though students are demanding its postponement, alleging that they have not complete their syllabus due to unrest.
Ms Rudd said the "easier political decision would have been to agree to an inquiry". "I believe that we should focus on continuing to ensure that the policing system is the best it can be for the future, including through reforms before Parliament in the Policing and Crime Bill, so that we can have the best possible policing both in South Yorkshire and across the country".
In the House of Commons on October 27, Conservative foreign affairs critic Peter Kent stated that UNESCO has "embarrassed and disgraced itself yet again, allowing itself to be used as a tool of hate". "This indignation is compounded by a profound disappointment in France's choice to abstain during the executive board vote", he added. "My daughter Ivanka and my son-in-law Jared are raising their children in the Jewish faith, always reminding me the important values and lessons we learn about ...
But the electoral map remains challenging, forcing the Republicans to make some unlikely late forays into blue-leaning states in an effort to counteract the Clinton's campaign's strength in banking early votes and organizing for Tuesday's turnout.
Soon, a young lady approached and asked Clarise if she was looking for a runner. Councilor Susan Boyle, who represents the city's third district, looked at the police report and said the attacker, who is white, admitted to pushing Coleman, claiming a young black man had recently broken into his auto and he thought Coleman was going to steal his vehicle.
Law enforcement sources say the Federal Bureau of Investigation is now trying to get the technology infrastructure in place to sort through the thousands of emails investigators want to review, reports CBS News correspondent Jeff Pegues. Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid sent a letter to Comey on Sunday saying he may have violated a federal law that bars federal officials from using their authority to influence an election.
Syrian state media on Sunday accused them of firing shells containing toxic gas into government-controlled districts. Syrian opposition fighters continued their shelling of government-controlled areas of the city, killing at least seven people, including three children, state TV reported .
This is a pact that would share sensitive information on North Korea's missile and nuclear activities between the two countries and help them to cope up with threats from North Korea better. South Korea , which has stood shoulder-to-shoulder with the United States hardline on Pyongyang, also stressed there would be no change of course.
The 81-year-old former army chief won the support of 83 lawmakers, which was well above the absolute majority of 65 needed to win. The Lebanese presidency is usually held by a Maronite Christian in the country's sectarian power-sharing arrangement while the prime minister is a Sunni Muslim and the speaker of parliament a Shiite Muslim.
There are other theories about "missing white voters" who are being activated by the appeal of Republican nominee Donald Trump to their economic anxieties and the "shy" Trump voters who are afraid to tell pollsters that they really like him.
According to reports, Ms Choi also used her connections with the president to pressure businesses to give money - possibly as much as 80bn South Korean won (£57m) - to two non-profit organisations she controls, and then allegedly used some of those funds for personal purposes.
The Clinton email inquiry, which closed without charges in July, resurfaced on Friday when FBI Director James Comey alerted members of Congress to the existence of emails that he said could be pertinent to that investigation. He said he respects Comey but "good men make mistakes". Comey was told investigators were still trying to figure out how many emails existed and their pertinence to the Clinton probe.
If Rubio wins this race by a percentage point or two, and goes on to become a top presidential contender in 2020, DSCC leaders will have no one to blame but themselves. "He got railroaded in the primary", said Matthew Berning, 51, a retired U.S. Air Force technical sergeant who voted early for Mr. Rubio in Valrico, Florida, a fast-growing community about 15 miles east of Tampa.
Anthony Weiner . It is unclear what is contained in the emails or if any of them was sent or received by Mrs Clinton herself. Speaking to supporters in Florida on Saturday, Mrs Clinton said: "It's not just odd, it's unprecedented". "We would have preferred that that not happen, but now that it has happened, we would prefer that Mr. Comey come forward and explain why he took that unprecedented step", Podesta added.
It is unclear what is contained in the emails or if any of them was sent or received by Clinton herself. It is possible, though, that the messages could be duplicative of others already recovered elsewhere or that they could be a collection of benign, personal notes.
Both Clinton and Mrs. Obama on Thursday revived a line from her DNC speech - "When they go low, we go high" - turning it into a call and response. Following her rally with Mrs. "We'll just be doing it a different way". She said that the election would be decided by the people in the "greatest country on earth". And Barack isn't even the most popular Obama.
Lebanon's parliament elected former army commander Michel Aoun as president, ending a more than two-year power vacuum and political stalemate in the country. In 1975, civil war broke out in Lebanon, creating bloody sectarian rifts in the country. Hariri, who Aoun is expected to appoint prime minister, said his endorsement was necessary to "protect Lebanon, protect the (political) system, protect the state and protect the Lebanese people".
Comey, the source said, didn't know what he had, but "decided to move forward anyway". It's stunning: Eight days from the presidential election, we really don't know more about the bombshell Federal Bureau of Investigation announcement into newly surfaced e-mails on Hillary Clinton's private server than we did on Friday.
And in their look into Weiner's sexting allegations, which began on September 22, investigators from the FBI's NY field office discovered Abedin's emails on Weiner's laptop - with initial data showing those emails went through Clinton's server.
Beating Florida and Georgia in the same season for the first time since 2004 created a golden opportunity in the SEC East, a division the Vols haven't won since 2007. Tennessee is still in prime position to win the SEC East as all they need to do is run the table, and hope for a Gator loss and they are going to Atlanta.
House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) said this weekend, "We will clearly investigate all of the information that we have as it relates to classified information being put on networks where Russians, Chinese, other bad actors could get ahold of the information".
It will be only the second time for the Trebanos man to begin an global against Australia, New Zealand or South Africa. "At the moment, there's about six, seven, maybe eight teams all vying for those top four spots in the world rankings", added Edwards.
Wilders and his defence lawyers have argued the case is a "political trial". In a statement last week he said: "It is my right and my duty as a politician to speak about the problems in our country". The court saw two videos of the incidents for which Wilders is accused of hate speech, then heard some extracts from the 6,474 complaints made to police, with 35 complainants subsequently interviewed in person.