The barrier then gives way and a cascade of teenagers tumble over it, falling on top of each other. Dino Poggiali had earlier told Sky TG24 News. Firefighters had concentrated on giving first aid to survivors, stretched out on the road outside the club, before starting their investigation, he said.
Comey (shown above left) has been a main person of interest since the beginning, for his involvement in a key investigation and his public comments. Even while the questioning was still underway, GOP lawmakers were telling reporters that "they weren't satisfied and might try to bring him back another day", the AP reported .
Airbnb removed Villa le Mas - a compound with seven vacation apartments - from its site and said Wednesday that it had reached out to family members to offer condolences. The Facebook page, set up to search for the missing tourist who was believed to have been kidnapped, also revealed it would not stop posting and following up on the story, which has garnered global attention.
A jury of seven women and five men reached their verdict near the end of the first day of deliberations of a trial that lasted a little under two weeks. Lee is slated to be removed. Fields could be sentenced to life in prison for the state conviction. Fields' mother, Samantha Bloom, who is disabled, left the courthouse in a wheelchair without commenting .
Mr Millane said she was always in contact with her family and his parents were anxious. Miss Millane, who graduated from the University of Lincoln in September, had been travelling alone in New Zealand for two weeks, following a six-week group trip through South America.
Canberra says the laws are needed to intercept communications between serious criminals, like terrorists and paedophiles. Australia was a major driver of a statement agreed to at the Group of 20 leaders' summit in Germany a year ago that called on the technology industry to provide "lawful and non-arbitrary access to available information" needed to protect against terrorist threats.
New Zealand police believe they have found the body of missing British backpacker Grace Millane . Her father, David Millane, arrived in NZ on Friday, and made an emotional public appeal for help in finding Grace, who he described as a "lovely, outgoing, fun-loving, family-orientated daughter".
In addition to the scheduled change of the chairman, several other key slots on the Joint Chiefs of Staff are scheduled to open next year. A former commander of Fort Drum's 10th Mountain Division is reportedly being tapped as the next chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
The charge comes after police confirmed Millane's disappearance was being treated as a homicide, at a press conference this afternoon. Grace Millane had been in New Zealand for about two weeks. Her family have been left "devastated" by the development, Auckland City Police Detective Inspector Scott Beard said. Police had "no reason or understanding what the motive was", he said.
However, in the crimes to which he pleaded guilty in August, he was motivated "by personal greed and repeatedly used his power and influence for deceptive ends". Prosecutors urged Pauley to hit Cohen with a $500,000 fine and forfeit his assets in addition to the prison sentence. The memo was harsh on Cohen's payoffs of the two women, and sought to tie them to Trump's win, arguing that Cohen "coordinated" with the Trump campaign.
Before his resignation, Kelly had reportedly raised the ire of First Lady Melania Trump and her staff over a range of issues, from travel arrangements to promotions. At the time it was hoped he would steady the ship - and curb Donald Trump's Twitter habit - after the turbulence of Reince Priebus's tenure. Kelly was not at work Friday morning, though an ally said he was simply taking a day off and would be at the White House for a holiday staff dinner Friday night.
If confirmed by the Senate, Heather Nauert , a 48-year-old former Fox News Channel reporter, will replace Nikki Haley . "I think there's a real sense that she can communicate effectively". Nauert had worked for Fox News from 1998 to 2005 before joining ABC . The 48-year-old native of IL is deemed by State Department colleagues as "hard-working" and "well in over her head at an understaffed agency", reports by USA Today and Wbir suggest.
Meng Wanzhou was arrested in Canada's Pacific coast city of Vancouver on December 1 while changing planes during a trip from Hong Kong to Mexico - ratcheting tensions between the United States and China just as the countries' leaders agreed a truce in their trade war.
Separately, Vice President of the Palestinian Legislative Council Ahmed Bahr said the failure of the US-drafted resolution against Hamas marks the fall of American arrogance and underscores the legitimacy of the Palestinian nation's anti-Israel resistance.
The favourites are CDU general secretary Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, a Merkel ally who is widely considered the chancellor's preferred successor and is closest to her centrist stance; and Friedrich Merz , a former leader of the party's parliamentary group who stands for a more conservative approach and is seeking a comeback after a decade away from front-line politics.
Rachel McMarr, a Pacific Fleet spokesperson, said in a statement. In the South China Sea, despite perceptions that U.S. FONOPs have been exclusively conducted against Chinese claims, the U.S. warship was closely tracked by a Russian destroyer "Admiral Tributs" along with the aircraft of Russia's Pacific Fleet, the MoD spokesperson noted. "That is true in the Sea of Japan, as in other places around the globe".
He now Of Counsel at Kirkland & Ellis LLP. "With an investigation as sensitive as the one involving Clinton, the ultimate decision-making is reserved to the attorney general or, when the attorney general is recused, the deputy attorney general".
United States media report he has been critical of some aspects of that inquiry. Barr, 68, a Republican lawyer, served as attorney general under George H.W. He also worked at the Central Intelligence Agency in the 1970s and in the Reagan White House in the early 1980s. Mr Barr holds degrees in government and Chinese studies from Columbia University.
The typo-ridden rant on Twitter, sent over the course of an hour early Friday, questioned Mueller's work and criticized key figures from Justice Department official Bruce Ohr to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein . Comey said: "Note that I smiled". "The FBI had a criminal investigation into a presidential candidate, and then less than a month after that ended, they launched a counterintelligence investigation into the campaign of the other major presidential candidate", Gowdy explained.
Employees have been evacuated and the NYPD is investigating. Just two months ago, bombs were sent to the CNN, as well as top Democrats like Barack Obama and the Clintons. Less than an hour before the threat was phoned in to the CNN, Trump had tweeted "FAKE NEWS - ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE!" The suspect, Cesar Sayoc, of Florida, was arrested and indicted on more than 30 federal counts, including use of a weapon of mass destruction, and he faces up to life in prison if convicted.
There's now a handy tool to help you figure out exactly how many lights and ornaments you need for your ideal tree. "Are we gonna pay more money?'" said Levi Jecker, who's sold trees his whole life with his family. If you buy a real Christmas tree, you've probably noticed the price going up every year. "There was some minimal damage in some of the lots that were further inland", says Stewart Hebb, an employee of Naugler's Traditional Evergreen Tree Farm, "but he [Naugler] has a huge lot ...
Speaking at the cabinet meeting, he said PTI's viewpoint was now being vindicated by US Special Representative Zamlay Khalilzad rest of the world. "The security situation in Afghanistan remains hard, we have seen a number of high profile attacks in the past month, but the Afghan forces stand firms so do we".
But a report by the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey said there had been construction on a new facility 7 miles away from the older Yeongjeo-dong site that had not been previously publicly identified. President Donald Trump's foreign policy advisor John Bolton confirmed this week that Trump still plans to meet with Kim Jong Un , the New York Times reported .
The 251,000 classified cables from United States embassies around the world - released by WikiLeaks in 2010 and published by leading worldwide newspapers - embarrassed the Bush administration in Washington and caused ructions in its bilateral relations with other countries.
A day after she faced a humiliating defeat in the House of Commons as MPs voted to hold her government in contempt over a refusal to publish the document, May laid out the six-page document in the public domain attracting allegations of "inadvertently misleading" Parliament by some MPs.
After Haley announced that she'd be stepping down this past October, several outlets reported that Nauert was expected to be shortlisted for the role. Nauert is now the spokeswoman for the State Department. The post is considered one of the highest profile positions in USA diplomacy. While Haley consistently maintained overt antagonism toward Russia in the United Nations, it's unlikely to get any better with Nauert, the speaker that brought us " Russia has long arms, Russia has ...
The terror tunnels that extend from Lebanon into Israel by Hezbollah were part of the Iranian-backed terrorist group's strategy to cut off the northern Israeli city of Metulla and start a war, a senior IDF officer told The Times of Israel Wednesday.
Republican Gov. Scott Walker has indicated he'll sign the bills . The legislation , passed by the House Wednesday, is now heading to the desk of Gov. But even then, supporters of the actions, which gradually raised the state's $9.25 minimum wage to $12 by 2022 and required employers to offer paid-sick-leave, were mindful that their passage was likely an attempt to prevent voters from deciding on the changes themselves.
The three parties helped Israel and Hamas agree to a ceasefire last month after Hamas launched almost 500 rockets at Israel from the costal enclave. Bozum during a press briefing also hailed the rulings as a "clear message" to those who would cooperate with Israel. "Collaborators must realise the (Israeli) occupation will not be able to protect them", he told a news conference.
This remarkably candid, private letter was written a year before Einstein's death and remains the most fully articulated expression of his religious and philosophical views, the auction said in a statement. In March 2002, a letter sent by Einstein in 1939 to Franklin D. Roosevelt, then President of the United States, warning him of German atomic projects, was acquired for $2.1 million.