They were sentenced to death in September after being convicted of "disrupting the economy" through the creation of a network trading in illegal currency and gold coins. Dozens of other people have also been sentenced to prison terms after convictions on similar charges. Mazloumin, 58, had been arrested in July for collecting the coins over 10 months to agitate the market.
A military official in Hodeida confirmed seven civilians had died, without giving further details. Medics and military sources say at least 149 people have been killed in 24 hours of heavy clashes as government loyalists, backed by a Saudi-led coalition , fight to oust Houthi rebels from the Red Sea city.
Assange sought refuge in the Ecuadorian Embassy in 2012 to avoid extradition to Sweden, where he faced allegations of rape, or the USA where he could face trial for publishing the thousands of secret government documents in 2010. over the 2010 WikiLeaks cable dump. U.S. intelligence agencies concluded that the emails were taken by Russian government hackers as part of an operation aimed at helping the campaign of Donald Trump .
Before wrapping up the interview, Kimmel handed Obama several outlandish statements he insisted she could read out loud because she's no longer the first lady . "They agree!" as she revealed that "they go so mad every time I mix their names up" when it comes to her 17 and 20-year-old daughters. Obama says that due to high security it took them 15 minutes to get outside but eventually they were able to witness history in front of them.
The special counsel had signaled a willingness to accept written answers on matters of collusion but Trump's attorney, Rudy Giuliani, has said repeatedly that president would not answer Mueller's questions on possible obstruction of justice.
US District Judge Timothy Kelly , who is hearing CNN's lawsuit challenging the revocation, ordered the White House to restore Acosta's press pass while the case is pending. Lindsay Walters may not be a well-known public figure, but she would certainly have been recognized in a room full of White House reporters. "Today the court made clear there is no First Amendment right to access the White House".