The photocopies reveal the names they used and where it was issued. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and his late father Kim Jong Il used Brazilian passports with fake names, date of births and birth places to apply for visas in the 1990s in an attempt to visit Western countries while flying under the radar, a report said on Tuesday.
The reshuffle comes as the Kingdom is engaged in a prolonged military campaign in Yemen, where the Saudi-led coalition is battling Shiite Houthi rebels. However, it is unknown whether the restructuring in the Defense Ministry was provoked by the Yemeni conflict. Prince Mohammed said in the interview he maintains support from the royal family despite internal divisions that have occasionally spilled into public, such as when 11 princes were arrested last month for allegedly protesting against ...
Shahbaz Sharif is now the chief minister of the Punjab province. "I propose the name of Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif ", Nawaz announced during a meeting in Lahore to huge applause. In 2006, he was again elected as the party president. The Sharif clan and their supporters have repeatedly denied allegations of corruption, suggesting Nawaz is the victim of a conspiracy driven by Pakistan's powerful military establishment.
Apollo Global Management lent Kushner's family real estate business $184 million, months after Harris advised the Trump administration on its infrastructure policy. A Deutsche Bank spokeswoman declined to comment, as did a spokesman for the state regulator. "Stories like these attempt to make insinuating connections that do not exist to disparage the financial institutions and companies involved", she said.
The initial draft text - to renew the annual mandate of a targeted sanctions regime related to Yemen - wanted to include a condemnation of Iran for violating an arms embargo on Houthi leaders and include a council commitment to take action over it.
When the president spotted her in the audience, she saluted but began to cry as she was beckoned on stage. The girl has not been identified and was not immediately clear why she was wearing a military uniform. 'She is ready for everything, isn't she?' The girl replied: 'Yes'. Mr. Erdogan thanked the volunteers but said the Turkish Army had professional soldiers to do the job.