Prince's cousin Chazz Smith said Prince swore off drugs and alcohol as a kid, and the group they played with saw a lot of music greats fall, so "we chose to never get into that stuff, and no one did". The medical examiner is still gathering Prince's medical and social history as well as his family's medical history. Olson was not able to confirm if Prince was on any medication or drugs at the time of his death.
The two other suspects arrested in Friday's raids, 27-year-old Bilal Al Makhoukhi, and a Rwandan national identified as Hervé B.M. - are accused of helping Abrini and Krayem. The prosecutor's office accuses him of being the second person present at the attack on the Maelbeek subway station in Brussels and of being at a shopping mall where the luggage used in the airport attack was purchased.
The Philippine Army chief, Lt. Gen. Eduardo Ano, who was among the military officials who visited Zamboanga City , said the wounded soldiers were in good spirits despite the encounter. The latest fighting in the Mindanao island group, home to numerous country's five million Muslims, comes as a peace deal that the government signed with the 12,000-strong Moro Islamic Liberation Front, the Philippines' largest Muslim rebel group, remains stalled in Congress.
He added, "He's willing to attack anyone and everyone". The National Enquirer broke the story on March 25, claiming Cruz had been unfaithful to his wife Heidi on more than one occasion with "a foxy political consultant and a high-placed D.C.
Trump reiterated Sunday that he wasn't involved with the story, but remarked that the tabloid has a "very good record of being right". Political pundits say there is a possibility of Trump not reaching the halfway mark, as a result of which the nominee would be elected at the convention? A rare development in the party.
The focus should remain on putting pressure on North Korea ", said Bong Young-Shik, a national security analyst with the Asan Institute for Policy Studies in Seoul. Japan's Defense Ministry on Tuesday announced that its ground-based missile interception system would be permanently deployed at a location in Tokyo following the Democratic People's Republic of Korea's increasingly frequent launches of ballistic missiles.