Although details of the attack are still unclear, a spokesman for the Interior Ministry told Reuters that two members of Afghan security forces were wounded but their injuries were not life threatening. Meanwhile, Afghan officials in the western province of Badghis have confirmed that Taliban insurgents ambushed a security convoy early Monday morning and killed the police commander of the remote Aab Kamari district.
Shelly Simonds celebrating outside. A three-judge board of elections must certify the result on Wednesday, though legal challenges from Yancey are likely. If it holds, the overturned result means that Democrats and Republicans would be deadlocked at 50 seats each in Virginia's House of Delegates , the state's lower chamber.
Since years, the village has been the scene for many protests against Halamish illegal settlement, whichs' construction led to land confiscation and theft of water from the local spring belonging to the Palestinians. The family tried to kick the soldiers from their house after that incident that left Mohammed in hospital in critical condition. Right wing Israeli Education Minister Naftali Bennett said "these girls should be imprisoned and spend the rest of their lives in prison".
Sens. Mike Rounds of South Dakota, who joined with fellow Republican Tim Scott of SC to vote against Garrett, said, "I believe he's a principled man who simply believes in the abolishment of the bank". The Ex-Im bank has been hobbled since 2015 due to a lack of board quorum. "The White House should now withdraw Mr. Garrett's nomination and quickly nominate a chair that will actually fulfill the mission of the Ex-Im bank, and in the meantime, Leader McConnell should move quickly to confirm ...
Supreme Court ", Donald Trump went on to write . "The unnamed sources don't exist!" the president tweeted. Gorsuch's comments - and Bonjean's confirmation of them - appeared to be a strategic attempt by the White House to put some distance between Gorsuch, who was seeking a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court , and the President's caustic comments about the judiciary.
With McCain gone, they can afford to lose only one more Republican vote in order to pass the bill. Then again, two of the Republicans senators who had been most outspoken in their opposition to the bill have recently changed their tune - Senators Bob Corker of Tennessee and Marco Rubio of Florida.