This time, he said , is the "last time I'm every going to answer a question about bitcoin". However, what was more interesting is that when asked whether the bank would consider looking at opportunities in digital currencies, Lake responded that JPMorgan is "open-minded" to potential use in the future for cryptocurrencies that are regulated.
Azad Ali, a spokesman for the Peshmerga forces, claimed that PMF fighters were seen defacing the flag of Kurdistan and removing portraits of Kurdish leader Masoud Barzani from the positions they seized. The official's comments came as Iraqi President Fuad Masum, who is himself a Kurd, was holding crisis talks in the Kurdish city of Sulaimaniyah. Clashes have been reported between peshmerga forces and Shiite militia group Hashd al-Shaabi's Turkmen units in northern Iraq's Saladin province.
Separately, Reuters also reported the news, citing a source at BMW familiar with the matter. "The change in the industry that looms large is significant, it's coming and there's no longer the question of when - it's now", BMW's head of purchasing, Markus Duesmann, told Bloomberg in September, referencing the rising cost of auto development as governments impose strict regulations on fossil fuel vehicles.
Sharif's daughter Maryam Nawaz and son-in-law Captain (Retd) Safdar appeared in court for hearing of the graft cases. Nawaz Sharif, in his petition, pled Supreme Court (SC) to halt proceedings of accountability court till judgment is served on constitutional plea and declare verdict to file three references illegal.
Meanwhile, the victims' family has denied that they were carrying cow meat. The worse factor is that Haryana Police booked the victims for allegedly carrying beef instead of holding the culprits accountable. According to The Hindu reports, they also thrash the other four persons who came for his rescue. The victim is identified as Azaad, an disabled man who works as an auto-rickshaw driver and also a meat supplier.
The attack took place at a school in the remote town of Lokichogio in Kenya's Turkana region, close to the border with war-torn South Sudan. Sources say, the suspect, who had been suspended from the school and later recalled, committed the heinous act alongside several other friends.