Police were called when she refused to leave. At one point, an officer is seen in the video pulling out a stun gun and appearing to point it at the crowd, ordering people to step back. Police said the woman denied medical treatment for herself and the child, who was placed in the care of a family member after the incident. The roughly 2 1/2-minute video, captured Friday by Nyashia Ferguson on her cellphone at a city Human Resources Administration office in Brooklyn, is "troubling", the ...
The CNN source said there is no "smoking gun" in the transcript tying any of the conversations to the crown prince. The source said Khashoggi struggled to overcome a group of people in the consulate who were determined to kill him. A Turkish court on Wednesday issued arrest warrants against former Saudi intelligence chief, Ahmad al-Assiri, and former adviser to the royal court, Saud al-Qahtani , at the request of Istanbul's chief prosecutor.
Prosecutors from the Southern District of NY have depicted Trump , identified as "Individual-1" in the sentencing memo of his former personal lawyer Michael Cohen , as directing hush money payments to a porn star and a Playboy model he had affairs with, in violation of campaign finance laws.
In Rajasthan , CM Vasundhara Raje leads Congress's Manvendra Singh by 9,296 votes in Jhalrapatan after round 4 of counting. In Rajasthan , Congress is taking a strong lead, as per the early trends. Over 8,500 candidates were in fray in polls for these assemblies and their electoral fate is now sealed in over 1.74 lakh EVMs, stored in over 670 strongrooms across the five states.
He is accused by India of money laundering and conspiracy involving hundreds of millions of dollars. Both sides will have the right to file for a permission to appeal in the Chief Magistrate's ruling in the UK High Court. There are now five extradition requests pending in United Kingdom courts involving the following fugitives: Raymound Varley, Tiger Hanis, Nadeem Saifi, Ravi Sankaran, and Lalit Modi.
China has warned the Canadian ambassador that if Meng Wanzhou , the chief financial officer of telecom and tech giant Huawei , is not released, there will be "grave consequences", CBS News reported on Sunday. Along with Huawei's growing prominence has come increased scrutiny from the USA and its allies over fears its equipment could be used for spying, with Kyodo News reporting that Japan could join Australia and New Zealand in keeping Chinese equipment away from their phone networks.