The evacuated White Helmets had been working in an area controlled by the Syrian opposition in the south-west of the country and had been trapped by a government offensive. "The government gave the permission after Britain, Germany and Canada made a legally binding undertaking to resettle them within a specified period of time due to "a risk to their lives", it said in an English-language statement.
Trump again criticized the Washington Post and it's ties to owner Jeff Bezos, the CEO of Amazon. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un signed a joint statement at their historic Singapore summit in June. U.S. Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats said on Thursday it was technically possible for North Korea to eliminate its nuclear weapons programme within a year, but added that it was not likely to happen.
If Ellis turns down Manafort's request to continue the trial, jury selection is slated to begin Wednesday. At Monday's hearing in Virginia, Judge Ellis also ordered the special counsel to provide defense attorneys for Manafort with the names of 30 prospective witnesses for trial, which is scheduled to begin this week.
At the news conference following the private meeting, Trump also appeared to accept Putin's denials of trying to undermine the USA election, even though U.S. He then changed the subject, demanding to know why the Federal Bureau of Investigation never examined the hacked computer servers of the Democratic National Committee, and asking about the fate of emails missing from the server of Clinton.
The 46-year-old woman from Pennsylvania was transported to Peninsula Regional Medical Center. Seaside Heights Detective Steven Korman said that emergency crews needed to use a bolt cutter in order to free Margaret Reynolds , whose ankle was fully punctured by the umbrella.
He added: "Certainly it needs to go into the arrangements we have at global level with our European Union partners". That kind of selective snippet that makes it into the media I think is - to the extent that the public pay attention to it - I think is unhelpful'.
On Monday, the thermometer peaked at 41.1C (106F) in Kumagaya, near Tokyo, breaking the previous national record of 41C from 2013. The temperature reached 102 degrees on Monday in central Tokyo, the highest temperature this year. The authorities have advised that people should stay inside and stay where air con is available. Hundreds of people have been rushed to Japanese hospitals with heat stroke symptoms in the more than weeklong heat wave.
Dr Aijaz Qadeer is chairman of the medical board which comprises PIMS Head of Cardiology Dr Naeem Malik, Medical Specialist Dr Shajee Siddiqui, Dr Sohail Tanvir and Dr Mashood. Nawaz was sentenced to 11 years in prison by National Accountability Bureau (NAB) court over his family's purchase of luxury apartments in London, whereas, his daughter Maryam was sentenced to seven years in prison.
Faraz Mughul, Gandapur's assistant, confirmed the casualties. The Pakistan Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack. On the same day , 149 people, including a top nationalist leader, were killed and over 200 others injured in a powerful suicide blast in Mastung area in the troubled Balochistan province.
Sen. Rand Paul said he's meeting with President Donald Trump Monday and plans to ask him to block access to sensitive information by a former top USA intelligence official who's been fiercely critical of the White House. Hayden responded Monday via Twitter, saying a revocation wouldn't "have any effect on what I say or write". Sanders went on to say that "at this point" there were no plans to revoke the security clearances of former President Barack Obama and former Vice President Joe ...
The president then tied the FISA warrant to the outcry sparked by his recent meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, claiming he "had a GREAT meeting with Putin and the Fake News used every bit of their energy to try and disparage it".
In an interview on "This Week", ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos asked Rep. Adam Schiff , D-Calif., "Just bluntly, do you believe he is compromised by Vladimir Putin? ". The next day brought a fresh challenge. And that is of great concern to those keeping their eyes on Putin's planned White House visit in the fall. The State Department, by contrast, rejected the proposal - which Trump days earlier had called an "incredible offer - as "absurd".
US President Donald Trump is asserting that his former personal lawyer's taping of their private phone conversations is " inconceivable " and "perhaps illegal". "It is the client who owns the privilege and not the lawyer", the source said. In this specific instance, it was Trump who waived the privilege after Special Master Jones ruled the tape was privileged.
Mr Raab also defended the controversial Chequers Cabinet compromise on withdrawal aims, insisting he wanted to persuade voters and Cabinet colleagues that it is the way forward. But he questioned the UK's plans for a common rulebook as it only referred to goods checked at the border, not areas like pesticide use, adding: "How can we protect consumers in Europe?" Britain's banks and insurers must plan for a "hard" Brexit in case a transition period is not in place next March, a senior ...
The fact that USA intelligence chief Dan Coats didn't know what was discussed during the Helsinki summit was revealed during the Aspen Forum, according to CNBC . Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats said his Thursday comments at the Aspen Security Forum in Colorado were not meant to be critical of Mr.
Trump spent last week trying to reassure the country that he accepts that the longtime foe interfered in the 2016 election , despite his public undermining of US intelligence agencies in Helsinki while standing alongside Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Alexander Lavrentiev, Putin's special presidential envoy to Syria and a senior member of the Russian negotiating team at last Monday's Putin-Trump summit in Helsinki, arrived in Tehran to discuss the implications of the summit for Iran's military presence in Syria, Iranian news outlets reported.
The Tokyo Fire Department said 3,091 requests were made for ambulances in the capital on Sunday, the most for a single day since the department started emergency medical operations in 1963, reported Kyodo News . 'The weather recently in Japan is like being in a sauna, ' Tokyo governor Yuriko Koike said at a news conference focusing on the 2020 Summer Olympics, which open in Tokyo two years from Tuesday.
The White Helmets have allegedly saved the lives of more than 100,000 people since its founding in 2013, BBC reported . Hundreds were evacuated from the southwest of the war-torn country as part of what Israel described as a "humanitarian effort".
Frightened customers and workers dove for cover as police bullets fired at the man shattered the store's glass doors. Officers tracked the auto using a stolen-vehicle tracking system and tried to stop the man in Hollywood, but he refused to pull over.
The men from Gauteng province were travelling to Johannesburg on Saturday night when their minibus was sacked on. Police Brigadier Jay Naicker said the victims of the Saturday night attack had attended a colleague's funeral and were returning home when the ambush occurred.
A memorial service for those who died on the duck boat was held Sunday at the College of the Ozarks in Point Lookout, Missouri. Missouri Highway Patrol said the ages of the deceased range from one to 70. They were throwing life rafts out to everybody, but I couldn't reach it. A Ride The Ducks boat is seen Friday, July 20, 2018 in Branson, Mo. "It's just heartbreaking", said friend Russ McKay, who talked to Hamann the day before the accident.
The chances for storms exist on Monday mainly in the morning then again possibly late Wednesday but with better chances starting Wednesday night and lasting on and off through Friday . Low temperatures will be in the mid 70s to low 80s. As a low pressure system remains nearby, more scattered showers and storms will pop up on Monday , Tuesday , and Wednesday with highs in the mid/upper 80s, lows near 70º.
Mr Mnuchin's offer to the European Union and Japan - along with a renewed effort to jump-start stalled talks with Mexico and Canada to modernise the North American Free Trade Agreement - come as the U.S. As the Group of 20 gathering wound up Sunday, European financial affairs commissioner Pierre Moscovici said that differences of position remained despite the talks.
He said: "The margin is closing on these votes and we will keep at it". He highlighted the UK's plan is to align with European Union standards on goods only that are checked at the border, and the added bureaucracy. She will strongly reject the EU's proposal for a backstop stating it would mean the creation of a border between Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK.
He spoke on condition of anonymity. President Donald Trump issued an all-caps threat to Iran after the country's president said earlier in the day that pursuing hostilities against his country could lead to " the mother of all wars ".
Trump appeared to answer "no" to a reporter's question asking whether Russian Federation was still targeting the U.S. While hours later, Press Secretary Sarah Sanders emerged to say Trump had merely tried to put a stop to the questioning by saying "no", although he continued discussing Russian Federation after that.
Paramedics said a number of victims have sustained significant injuries. Unconfirmed reports say as many as 10 people were shot, including possibly a child. Toronto Star, quoting eyewitnesses, described a man dressed in black firing between 15 and 20 shots. A child is believed to be among the victims, who were found at multiple locations.
Police were called to the scene at around 3:30pm local time (11:30pm BST), saying: "We can confirm that there is an active barricaded suspect within a Trader Joe's in Silverlake". After about 30 minutes, police came inside and rushed some of the customers out, he said. He added that officers tried to pull the man over and were led on a pursuit.
Meanwhile, authorities said that approximately 40 and 50 others-including children-in the store had hidden in the store's freezer, in bathrooms and in closets during the tense almost three-hour standoff. Throughout the ordeal, officers with riot gear, armed with rifles, stood along the side of the Trader Joe's and used mirrors to try to look inside as hostages periodically came out the front door with the hands raised.