The clashes left one person dead and 12 wounded. He said that about 160 protesters were hurt from tear gas effects, including four who were hospitalized. The Islamic Defenders Front, a vigilante group that wants to impose Shariah law, is demanding Ahok's arrest after a video circulated online in which he joked about a passage in the Quran.
Comey has already said that investigators found classified emails on Clinton's server, and that although Clinton and her aides had been "extremely careless" in their handling of classified information, there was no evidence that anyone had willfully broken the law.
Iraqi television footage from the east of the city showed grey smoke rising, and a Reuters reporter in the village of Ali Rash, 7km to the south-east, heard helicopter gunships and cannon fire. Iraqi forces have also seized machinery used for tunneling under Mosul by ISIS, that would have enabled militant fighters to launch attacks. Iraqi regular troops and special forces, Shi'ite militias, Kurdish peshmerga fighters and other groups backed by US -led air strikes launched a campaign two ...
Despite IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi giving his fighters a pep talk on Thursday, urging them not to retreat from Mosul in a rare audio message, the outcome of the battle was in little doubt. Sniper duels played out from rooftops in the mostly residential areas, where the majority of buildings are two stories high. In Baghdad, bombings across the city killed at least 10 people.
Speaking to reporters Friday, Toomey said grounds for impeachment involve constitutional and legal questions he hadn't looked into. Democrat Katie McGinty was to appear with Vice President Joe Biden in Bucks County and in Philadelphia with Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and pop star Katy Perry in Philadelphia.
The letter to Congress came two days before the presidential election pitting the Democratic nominee against Republican Donald Trump . Across the country, more than 40 million early votes have been cast so far, more than 17 million of them between October 28, the day the Comey letter was released, and today, according to Laura Quinn, CEO of Catalist, a D.C.
The I&B ministry order, dated November 2, mentions all the three cases and says that the "IMC clarified that the TV channel can be allowed to carry out the three awards of one day off air concurrently". NDTV India has been told it must go off air on Wednesday as penalty for its coverage of the terror attack on the Pathankot Air Force base in January.
Waldrop said that when he heard about Brown being discovered alive nearby he thought she had been found in a container on a four-acre piece of property the two had seen near Kohlhepp's property. Kohlhepp was released from prison in Arizona in 2001. Shiflet said she was introduced to her about a week before the woman and her son went missing in late August.
Brett McGurk, the White House envoy to the US -led anti-IS coalition, spoke Sunday to reporters in Jordan. The deadliest bombing attack took place in the city of Samarra, 60 miles north of Baghdad, which is home to a major Shi'ite shrine.
Antony had accused the government of diluting the UPA's OROP decision of same pension to same rank holder with same length of service irrespective of the date of retirement. Gandhi, who addressed the media along with Antony after an audience with the agitating ex-servicemen, said they told him that "it is not about the money but about our prestige, our dignity and justice".
The investigative team had "been working around the clock to process and review" emails found on former NY congressman Anthony Weiner's laptop - using a program that only targeted the emails to and from Clinton's closest aide, Huma Abedin, within the time when Clinton was secretary of state.
The Telegraph newspaper in Macon reports that two Peach County deputies were shot responding to a domestic incident Sunday evening. An angry neighbor confronted two people with a weapon who had been using a four-wheeler and a motorcycle in the area, Ricketson said.
News of a potential new angle in the email investigation opened the way for Clinton's Republican rival Donald Trump to attack her - a crucial development that was seen as helping his candidacy rebound from the devastating release of a 2005 audio recording in which Trump bragged about groping women.
Comey's move capped a stunning chapter in the bitter, deeply divisive contest between Clinton and Republican Donald Trump. "She's protected by a rigged system", he said . Comey had taken many by surprise when he wrote the US Congress to inform it that the agency would reopen its investigation into the allegations that Clinton used a private email server when she was secretary of state.
Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova on Thursday said that while the 15-year history of the US-NATO operation in Afghanistan is " full of such examples " of civilians killed in airstrikes, no incident has seen anyone brought to justice following an investigation.
When you hear of plans to jail Clinton when she loses to Trump, building walls to separate America from other countries and segregate Muslims and review immigration laws. But it's already too late for Trump to win over around a fifth of American voters, including numerous most coveted ones: those in battleground states.
Davis says the suspect's auto was pulled over by police who had received a description of someone who had just committed a home invasion. Paul Tuozzolo, 41, of Huntington, a 19-year police veteran, leaves behind a wife and two young children.
U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein of California said Sunday's announcement made Comey's earlier letter "even more troubling" for creating a false impression about the inquiry. Hillary Clinton's chief strategist, John Podesta, said on Sunday that she would focus on Nevada and MI, adding that if she won those two in particular, "Hillary Clinton is going to be the next president of the United States".
The Philippine leader said China and Russian Federation would step up to fill the role of firearm supplier to his country, but clarified he would wait to see whether or not his military leaders would move forward with continuing to use American weapons.
That suggests it would be hard to dump Ryan, who was his party's 2012 vice presidential nominee and could harbor White House ambitions. "But we've got to win the tables". "I'm going to Indiana, Michigan, New York and Virginia today to fight for House Republicans to make sure we keep this majority". Even if House Republicans meeting this month nominate Ryan to be the next speaker, he will need a majority - 218 votes - to ensure his re-election to that job when the new House convenes January 3.
At that rally, Clinton declared, "We heard what he does to women". The Gazette Editorial Board shares the tortured feelings of many voters about the two candidates, but we tried, in the name of longstanding tradition, to get behind one of them.
Her assessment suggested the challenges Almagro faces as he tries to convince members to take more concrete actions."What I understand there is now some kind of formal dialogue set up, including a representative from the Vatican, so obviously we'd want to see how that process plays out", Jane Brathwaite said.
Biwott, the fastest man in the field, won his first major marathon on the NY streets previous year, but must erase any doubts about his fitness after dropping out of the Rio Olympic marathon mid-race in August. Keitany and Biwott are hoping to become the first men and women to retain their titles at the New York City Marathon for the first time since 1995 when German Silva and Tegla Loroupe successfully accomplished the feat.
His trip marks the first time for a Chinese premier to visit the Baltic country since it gained independence from the Soviet Union in 1991. China's Vice Commerce Minister Gao Yan said a year ago that Chinese companies have already invested more than $5 billion in CEE countries.
Greene is expected to be transported to the county jail. The NYPD said they do not believe there is any NY connection to the Iowa shootings, but said they are warning officers to stay alert. Paul Parizek told reporters: "It doesn't look like there was any interaction between these officers and whoever the coward is who shot them while they sat in their cars".
There were rumors of cultish rituals - Choi's father was the leader of a cult - being performed in the presidential palace. Ahn is suspected of helping Choi in collecting millions of dollars in donations from corporations. But opposition parties, demanding that Park to step away from domestic affairs and transfer the duties to a prime minister picked by the parliament, have yet to make a serious push for Park's resignation or impeachment over concerns of negatively impacting next year's ...
The bomb killed at least eight people, local officials said, including two Iranian pilgrims. They appeared to be part of a series of diversionary attacks by the ultra-hardline Sunni Islamists, who have struck the Kurdish-controlled city of Kirkuk, the capital Baghdad and a western desert town during the three-week Mosul campaign.
But it lacked details on how the group dominated by Kurds plans to oust the militants from the city, home to almost 200,000 mostly Sunni Arabs and an estimated 5,000 IS fighters. Defense Secretary Ash Carter hailed the campaign "to free Raqqa from ISIL's barbaric group", using initials to identify the extremist group, which is also known as ISIS.
Gen. Baghdadi visited Mosul soon after ISIL captured the city in June 2014 and declared a "caliphate" that at one point covered almost a third of Iraq and Syria. Lt. Col. Muhanad al-Timimi told The Associated Press that three militants in separate explosives-laden vehicles tried to attack the troops but were destroyed, including a bulldozer that was hit by an airstrike from the US -led coalition supporting the offensive.
In response, the challengers said that "thousands of voters have come to rely upon neighbors, friends, organizers, activists and campaigns to collect and hand-deliver their voted early ballots, to ensure that they safely arrive by 7 p.m. In an order on Friday, Chief Judge Sidney Thomas wrote that granting an injunction would not disrupt Arizona's ability to conduct the US presidential election.
Later that day, Trump's campaign manager, Kellyanne Conway, told MSNBC that the Federal Bureau of Investigation "mishandled" the issue of the former secretary of state's use of a private email system during her tenure "from the very beginning".
Seagal's admiration would appear to be reciprocated, with Putin having previously tried to get the martial arts star to be Russia's special envoy to California and Arizona and to broker the sales of small arms between the USA and Russian Federation.
The HDP said instead of sitting in parliament, its remaining MPs who are not under arrest will go from "house to house, village to village and district to district" to meet people and decide future strategy. A Kurdish demonstrator holds a flag featuring kurdish PKK leader Abdullah Ocalan during a rally to protest against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, at Republique Square in Paris, Saturday, Nov.
The announcement, as voters prepare to head to the polls Tuesday, added more drama to an already turbulent campaign season. His announcement came in a letter to congressional lawmakers two days before election day. That disclosure, made over the objections of the Justice Department, roiled the presidential race in its final days and revived an issue that the Clinton campaign thought had ended over the summer when the investigation closed without charges.
A commander of the Syrian Democratic Forces, or SDF, in Ein Issa, 50 kilometers north of Raqqa, announced the start of the campaign Sunday. USA warplanes are flying bombing missions on the Islamic State's "leadership, command and control, and resources" in Raqqa and outside the city in support of the militia, the Syrian Democratic Forces, said the spokesman, Colonel John Dorrian.