Coalition aircraft on Sunday bombed a Houthi military vehicle that was being used as a platform to launch rockets into the city of Hays in Hodeidah province. The clashes come as a deadline imposed by the separatists for the fugitive government to resign expired on Sunday. Although Hadi remains in exile in Saudi Arabia, his administration nominally controls about four-fifths of Yemen's territory, but political and military leaders in Aden now want to revive the former independent state of ...
The Rescue Coordination Centre of New Zealand (RCCNZ), which is assisting with the search, said the ferry left Nonouti ahead of a 260km (160 miles) journey to Betio, which is the country's main port. The 17.5-metre wooden catamaran had undergone repairs to its propeller shaft before departure and New Zealand Rescue Co-ordination Centre (RCCNZ) officials believe this may have contributed to navigation problems.
In case Daniels doesn't say anything shocking or insightful, Kimmel should just fill out his roster for the night with an interview with the one thing Trump fears more than everything else: a shark . She would not confirm whether she met Trump at Lake Tahoe, where the photo was taken. Clifford, 38, also did not respond when asked about an account from porn star Alana Evans that Clifford told her Trump had chased her around his hotel suite in his "tighty whities" underwear.
Revol and Polish climber Tomasz Mackiewicz had called for help on Friday from about 7,400 metres up Pakistan's second-highest peak, the 8,126 metre (26,660 feet) Nanga Parbat. Mackiewicz and Revol got stuck at the 7,400-meter mark, from where they used a satellite phone to call for help, a spokesman for the Alpine Club of Pakistan, Karrar Haidri, told Reuters .
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There was even a protest in the remote Yakutsk, where the temperature was reportedly minus-49 F. Protesters in Yakutsk and around the country were calling for a boycott of the upcoming election. Numerous crowds that turned out in generally frigid weather skewed sharply young, apparently reflecting growing discontent among Russians who have lived most or all of their lives under President Vladimir Putin, who came to power on New Year's Eve 1999.