Thai authorities initially denied an injunction against her deportation filed by Mohammed's lawyers and she was set to return to Kuwait against her will until Thailand reversed its decision amid mounting worldwide pressure, fueled by a social media campaign.
Barr, who served as attorney general under President George H.W. Bush, has drawn scrutiny for a memo he wrote previous year criticizing special counsel Mueller for examining whether Trump tried to obstruct the investigation by firing then-FBI Director James Comey in 2017.
The man entered the building shortly before 9:30 a.m. and fired shots, though Fiore said no one was hit. "I noticed people running out the back exit and I asked a coworker 'why is everyone running outside?' Next thing you know I hear a gunshot and a coworker screaming 'Everybody get out, he's got a gun, '" Harden said.
He quickly stopped his vehicle and ran to the child's aid. At first, the mother didn't notice her child was not in the vehicle, but she showed up at the scene 15 minutes later. "When more strangers were approaching she was a little more frigidity" Mock told The Mankato Times , saying on Facebook that the parents came back and that "the child was OK".
Her online campaign was so successful that Saudi official Abdalelah Mohammed A.al-Shuaibi told Thai officials through a translator: "We wish they had confiscated her phone instead of her passport". Saudi Arabia's human rights record has come under heavy scrutiny since the brutal murder of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi previous year at its consulate in Turkey.
U.S. Internal Revenue Services (IRS) employees rally in front of the Federal Building against the ongoing U.S. federal government shutdown, in Ogden, Utah, U.S., January 10, 2019. I really am hoping the president gives us some good news. While most of his Twitter missives have focused on the Border Wall funding, the government shutdown and "Nancy and Cryin' Chuck", the Commander in Chief found time to share his love for American farmers.