The vehicle only came to a stop after crashing into a traffic sign. The RIA Novosti news agency cited an unidentified source as saying that two Mexicans and two citizens of Azerbaijan were hurt. A video of the incident shows cars in a line at a standstill or near standstill (including the taxi). The driver of the licensed cab, who was arrested by the police, turned out to have Kyrgyz driving license.
It's not clear when he could be taken into custody and where he could be held. Mr Manafort will remain in jail while he awaits trial in both Washington and Virginia over the next few months. Mr Manafort, a well-known Washington lobbyist, asked to post a $10 million bond and end seven months of home detention. The Hapsburg Group were onetime European politicians Manafort allegedly secretly paid more than two million euros ($2.5 million) to lobby for Yanukovych in 2012-2013.
After years of being persona non grata, Kim suddenly made his first state visit to Beijing , closely followed by a second meeting with Xi in the Chinese port city of Dalian. "Once they have missiles that can deliver them to use, I would liken it to past presidents sitting down with Soviet dictators ". Of course, Kim also had the advantage of his father's police state to murder his half-brother, his uncle and other potential opponents.
Trump had been increasingly critical of the USA allies as he went into the summit, with French President Emmanuel Macron stating the meeting may turn into G6 summit if Trump keeps rebuking the agreed upon policies. "President Obama lost Crimea, just so you understand". Trump could not resist blaming Obama again as he barreled along through the questions. President Trump raised Mr.
Boyd tells San Antonio television station WOAI a driver and one passenger are believed to be US citizens. Boyd said such an incident was "not unusual at all", adding that his deputies are involved in high-speed pursuits related to human smuggling or drug trafficking on a daily basis.
Ms. Holmes claimed she had hit upon a new way of doing a blood test that could produce a mountain of test data from essentially a pinprick of blood. In reality, Theranos's analyzer had a far more limited application than it led investors to believe, and the company fudged results for years by using commercial analyzers from other companies to secretly run tests.