The incident occurred in the town of Sidi Boulaalam in Essaouira province. But it was quickly "overwhelmed by the crowd", composed of nearly 800 people, mainly women . He also chose to "personally cover the costs of victims' funerals and burials, and the care of the injured", it said. An investigation was opened under the supervision of the public prosecutor's office to determine the causes of the incident, the source said, adding that the interior ministry has opened an administrative ...
Speaking at a security convention in Nova Scotia, Canada, Gen. John Hyten, head of U.S. Strategic Command, said that his role in the event of the president ordering a nuclear strike would be to offer both strategic and legal guidance, but that he would not betray the laws of war simply because Trump ordered it.
The third stage, he said, is for the global community to help develop Rakhine. "We call on the worldwide community to help the region eradicate poverty and increase investment. "It is like war crimes", Karim quoted the delegation's leader Jeff Merkley as telling Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Wazed at her Gonobhaban residence a day after the US lawmakers visited Rohingya camps in Cox's Bazar, according to state-run news agency Bangladesh Sangbad Sanstha.
The election dates for the post of the party president will be decided by the 25-odd eminent leaders of the Congress. As per media reports Rahul Gandhi is set to be elevated as Congress president within the next couple of weeks. Various dates, including the birth centenary of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi (November 19), were suggested as possible dates when this might happen.
The initial reports of an officer down came in just after 8 p.m. Authorities say that Shaw pulled Holt over for a routine traffic stop, at which point Holt ran from his vehicle. A reward of $43,500 is being offered for information that leads to the location or arrest of Holt. Family, friends and law enforcement comrades accompanied the hearse carrying a fallen Pennsylvania police officer on Saturday.
Kay Ivey (R.) said Friday that she has "no reason to disbelieve" the women who have accused Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual misconduct but will still vote for her party's nominee. Citing tweets from Trump that condemned Franken's alleged behavior and his past attempts to lecture "anyone who would listen about sexual harassment and respect for women", Kelly drew parallels between the senator and President Trump.