Iran , meanwhile, denounced the news of successful Israeli strikes as "lies" and said Syria had the right to self-defense in response to Israeli strikes. Footage from northern Israel showed what appeared to be white aircraft debris scattered on the ground. Iran along with Russian Federation - is a key supporter of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, whose troops have been fighting rebel groups since 2011.
The middle-aged couple were identified as Freda and Peter So, according to Agence France-Presse. Hopes of finding additional survivors from this week's natural disaster in Taiwan were fading Friday after two more bodies were found in a partially collapsed hotel and no signs detected of a missing family of five.
Residential quarters located inside an army camp at Sunjawan, Jammu came under attack from terrorists on Saturday morning at around 5 am leaving two jawans including a JCO dead. The attack by the heavily armed Lashkar-e-Taiba militants (LeT) had left at least 12 soldiers dead and nine others injured, before they were shot dead after a five-hour-long gunbattle.
Trudeau said his father, former prime minister Pierre Trudeau, had a more nuanced relationship with Reagan, but one that was no less constructive - similar to the younger Trudeau's relationship with Trump. The vehicle carrying the prime minister was not involved and he was not hurt. Trudeau argued that the deal has sent benefits both ways across the border.
However, Tuesday's crowd paled in comparison to the 400,000 to 500,000 that were estimated to have visited during the last shuttle launch in 2011. But wherever it goes, the Tesla and Starman will likely be on their own in deep space for a very long time.
Earlier, African National Congress President Cyril Ramaphosa said talk of an exit plan between himself and the president of the republic are in the final phase. President Zuma initially refused to resign on Sunday night after being asked to step down by the top six officials. Jailed for 27 years, the anti-apartheid leader addressed an ecstatic crowd from the balcony of Cape Town's City Hall on February 11, 1990 and was elected as South Africa's first black president four years later.