Nawaz, his daughter Maryam and her husband Safdar were asked to appear before a court here on Monday over graft charges. Hussain and Hassan left for London to be with their mother, Kulsoom, who is battling throat cancer. Maryam Nawaz said it was revenge and not accountability. The court also ordered the opening of multiple corruption cases against Sharif and his family.
When asked what is the "one thing" that will work, Trump said: "Well, you'll figure that out pretty soon". "Presidents and their administrations have been talking to North Korea for 25 years, agreements made and massive amounts of money paid hasn't worked, agreements violated before the ink was dry, makings fools of U.S".
President Trump held a get-together of top military brass at the White House Thursday night, and his aides summoned the White House press corps to document it. "We're going to continue doing that, and we're going to continue doing that as a team with the president leading that effort", she said on Friday. It is unclear what the president expects as far as toughness is concerned, but Trump has stated repeatedly that there is no point in talking to North Korea , something Tillerson has been ...
Military sales to Saudi Arabia have come under increased scrutiny over the Saudi-led coalition's war in Yemen. Earlier, the Bloomberg news agency published information with reference to a press release from the Saudi Arabian Military Industries (SAMI), according to which Moscow and Riyadh signed contracts providing for the purchase of S-400 air defense missile systems.
Ivana said she has no interest in being first lady of the United States, but would love to be "First Mother". Back in March 2017, she took on an official but unpaid role in the White House, and has since pushed for improved family leave plans that she has worked with the president on, and has also spoken out in support of women in business.
The demands, which were sent to lawmakers Sunday, called for limiting family-based green cards to spouses and the minor children of USA citizens and lawful permanent residents and creating a point-based system. The Trump administration said that it designed the plan from the ground up after seeking input from the Justice, State and Labor Departments and agents on the ground.