Speaking to ITV's Good Morning Britain, he said: "It it going to happen on the 29 March". May says she can still win support for it if European Union leaders ease rules meant to ensure no hard land border ever appears between British-ruled Northern Ireland and the rest of Ireland.
When the fire broke, at least 15 drivers were asleep inside some cars parked in the location. The city police have also started a probe to ascertain the cause of the fire. Earlier, M.N. Reddi, Karnataka director general for fire and emergency services, had said that dry grass near the parking lot, aided by heavy winds, likely caused the fire.
As ambassador , Princess Rima Bint Bandar faces hostile United States lawmakers who have threatened to take tough action against Saudi Arabia over the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi . Riyadh has also come under fire for its human rights record including the detention and alleged torture of around a dozen women activists, most of whom had campaigned for the right to drive, which was granted a year ago.
With the snow that fell overnight and possibly another two inches through the day Saturday, and winds gusting to 45 miles per hour, blizzard conditions are possible. The Minnesota Department of Transportation said snowplows will be on the roads, but the snow may outpace their ability to keep up. The high Sunday will be near 36, but temperatures will drop throughout the day.
Tusk issued an appeal for both Arabs and Europeans to "break the business model" of smugglers taking migrants to Europe. "Our party is rightly a broad church - on that and other issues". He praised the relations between the two sides in the political, economic, and cultural fields. The king said the Palestinian cause is a priority for Arab countries, reminding delegates of the Saudi position and his country's "firmness" toward restoring all the legitimate rights of the Palestinian people.
The White House has clarified its plans for US forces in Syria , now saying it will leave 400 troops in the war-torn country a day after saying the number of "peacekeepers" would be 200. The first 200 troops will join about 800 to 1,500 troops from European allies to set up and observe a safe zone being negotiated for northeastern Syria.