The Ministry of Interior Affairs in a statement confirmed the casualties but said an investigation has been carried out to find out whether it was due to a friendly airstrike or due to the clashes with the Taliban. "They reported and confirmed the areas were clear of friendly forces". He said a dozen other police were wounded. Afghanistan's largest private TV station Tolo News reported that 17 police officers were killed and 11 others were wounded.
Trump is sending an aircraft carrier group, B-52 bombers and Patriot missiles to the Middle East to counter what the United States calls a heightened threat from Iran to USA soldiers and interests in the region. Earlier this week, Maj Gen Chris Ghika, the deputy commander of Operation Inherent Resolve, the USA -led force combatting Islamic State in Syria and Iraq, told reporters: "No, there's been no increased threat from Iranian-backed forces in Iraq and Syria".
Despite the escalation of rhetoric by both sides, President Donald Trump has said he doesn't want a war with Iran and has even said he is open to dialogue. "It is easy to throw accusations but it is a hard situation". Despite the soaring tensions, Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi he had felt indications from talks with both the United States and Iran that "things will end well".
Doctors violating the ban, even in these frightening circumstances, could go to prison for up to 15 years. "Advocates and abortion providers will be working really hard to let the public know that abortion is still legal in this state no matter what happens today, as well as collaborating with one another to do crisis management planning to be able to support those Missourians who still need, want, deserve access to abortion care", Dreith told Rewire.News.
Daniel Elwell testified in front of the house aviation subcommittee about the problems saying his agency didn't have enough evidence to ground the jet a year ago. DeFazio said the committee is still in the early stages of its review of how the plane was certified by FAA. "The only thing that is going to stop this is the public", Milleron said in an interview.
Wood, a forensic dentist, also said he helped identify victims in fires in his district, and in the Camp Fire in Paradise . Ramsey said he could have charged PG&E with misdemeanors with a maximum fine of $1,000. California Gov. Gavin Newsom blasted the utility in a court filing related to the company's bankruptcy case. In January , PG&E filed for protection from creditors under U.S.