A $1bn (£740m) new U.S. embassy, commissioned by predecessor Barrack Obama , was described as a "bad deal" by Trump. The Prime Minister had travelled to Washington in January past year to become first world leader to meet Trump after he took office, hoping to strengthen ties ahead of the United Kingdom leaving the EU.
On January 10, United States president Donald Trump announced the delivery of a number of fighter jets to Norway, as part of an effort to boost a defensive relationship in Northern Europe. While Solberg defended the Paris treaty, saying the Nordic country was "committed" to it, she did not publicly correct Trump's wrong statements. Tesla's electric cars, which enjoy many tax incentives in Norway, are a prime example, in Solberg's view.
It is the job of the officials to look into such issues. Pinarayi said meeting the central team that went to Kerala to assess the Ochki situation was important. He also alleged that the CPI (M) led LDF government physically annihilated those who raise voices against it. The party would examine the issue and take appropriate decision, " he said.
USA intelligence agencies have concluded that a Russian intelligence operation, approved at the highest levels of the Kremlin , used hacked Democratic Party emails, phony social media accounts, disinformation and other tactics to try to help Trump beat Hillary Clinton in the 2016 race.
Jr". " Steve Bannon has nothing to do with me or my Presidency". As of Tuesday, 36 Mohave County Library patrons have requested a hold on the controversial White House tell-all book . "I would say so", she said. "It is frankly disgusting the way the press is able to write whatever they want to write", Trump said then. As of mid-week, Pleasant Hills Public Library still was waiting for their two hardcover copies of " Fire and Fury " and one audiobook to arrive from the distributor.
The Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM) chief said the Supreme Court had taken good decision as there was no need to play national anthem in theatres to prove patriotism. Modifying its 2016 order, the Supreme Court in India has said that playing the national anthem in movie theatres is no longer compulsory. The court said a person who stands up is showing respect to India and the national anthem.