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He added, "I am not a Constitutional scholar on that, but I think it's worth looking into". You'd think McCain might be sympathetic to Cruz's situation, but did I mention that what goes around comes around? McCain told a Phoenix radio station the day before he didn't think it was irrelevant to examine whether Cruz was eligible to be president, even though Cruz's mother was an American citizen.
This will begin on January 26 and a third day of action on February 10, will see a full withdrawal of junior doctors' labour between 8am and 5pm. If the strike goes ahead, some scheduled operations and outpatient appointments at Guy's, St Thomas's and King's will need to be postponed to ensure emergency services can run.
Late Sunday, Saudi Arabia announced it was severing relations with Iran because of the assaults, giving Iranian diplomatic personnel 48 hours to leave. In response, the kingdom cut off diplomatic ties with Iran . The cell was allegedly linked to Iran's Revolutionary Guards and Lebanon's Tehran-backed Hezbollah militia and planning a "series of risky bombings" on the tiny Gulf kingdom, the interior ministry said.
TMZ reported that Wisconsin native Steven Avery, 53, who was convicted of murdering photographer Teresa Halbach in 2005, filed papers in 2009 that his brothers Earl and Charles were behind the killing. Brendan Dassey, Avery's 16-year-old nephew, then confessed to sexually assaulting Halbach and cutting her throat on his uncle's orders. It then delves into the murder trial and explores whether he was framed by authorities.
The furore over Saudi Arabia's execution of a Shi'ite cleric has depressed the market as it put an end to speculation that Opec members could agree on production cuts to lift prices. They also questioned the lack of any diplomatic response to allegations that two young Iranian boys were sexually harassed when Saudi police searched them for drugs in Jeddah airport previous year.