Both Ireland and the United Kingdom have asked that their diplomats be allowed to visit Paul Whelan . And, as it turns out, he claims citizenship in four different countries. "He has British citizenship". Such visits are usually conducted by other consular staff, and a visit by the ambassador has been interpreted as a strong statement by the State Department.
As bodies piled up in the next 14 years as Gao continued his killing spree, women became terrified of leaving their house alone, lest they become the next victim of the-then elusive murderer. Gao's uncle was arrested for a minor crime. At the time, police suspected the Ripper must have been a butcher, due to the way his victims were killed and the fact they were discovered near to the dockyards, where meat was brought into the city.
It's just not working for anyone else. Still, her decision to go to Iowa first - and build up her campaign staff there - suggests she views it as critical to her efforts to rise to the top of a crowded field. Elizabeth Warren of MA strode into Iowa Friday with all the look of a presidential candidate, igniting pent-up Democratic frustration with her brand of fiery liberalism in the premier caucus state.
After they entered, thousands protesting put Kerala state into virtual lockdown. Because the deity is said to have taken a vow of celibacy, a camp of worshipers believe it is disrespectful to allow women of menstruating age to access the site, explain CNN's Joshua Berlinger, Sugam Pokharel and Manveena Suri.
The energy of new House, with more than 100 female lawmakers constituting one the most diverse group of lawmakers, is palpable. Along with those women there are 56 black members, 42 Hispanic/Latino members and 10 LGBTQ members. "Someone has already made a slight adjustment to the map that hangs in Rashida Tlaib's new congressional office", Hannah Allam tweeted. The Kentucky senator called the Democratic budget "a time-wasting act of political posturing".
Brazil's far-right leader Jair Bolsonaro was sworn in on Wednesday as the country's President during a ceremony in the capital Brasilia . For their part, indigenous leaders have vehemently protested Bolsonaro's decision, labelling it a threat to their reserves, which make up 13% of Brazil's 8.5 million square miles of territory.