Kurdish troops there. About 1,000 US troops are also stationed in Syria and could be placed in danger by a Turkish attack. The Turkish "threats are serious and have unsafe implications on Syria", he added. Kamal Akef, spokesman for the Kurdish-led administration's foreign affairs department, said talks were continuing but the Kurdish proposal is for an area 3 to 5 kilometers (2 to 3 miles) deep, overseen by the US -led coalition with possible Turkish participation.
Police say Andreychenko also attempted to exit the store but was met by an armed off-duty fireman. Dmitriy Andreychenko, who was wearing body armour and fatigues, was detained by an armed off-duty firefighter who held him until police arrived, police said .
The airport, the most busiest in the state, had been closed for several days past year as the aerodrome was flooded following unabated rains. In wake of torrential rains since Tuesday, Kochi airport has been shut till 3 pm on Sunday after rainwater gushed into the parking area.
Northern Powergrid said 110,000 of its customers lost power between 17:10 BST and 18:00 BST, while Electricity North West said at least 26,000 people were without power in the North West. "We are sorry for the inconvenience this is causing". The power cut meant traffic lights were out of action across the UK. It said on Twitter: "We are now experiencing a major incident on the national electricity infrastructure".
United States officials warn of Iranian threats to commercial vessels, including Global Positioning System interference
London remains Washington's only ally which has thus far agreed to participate in a US-led maritime mission in the Persian Gulf. On Thursday, Iran's Minister of Defense Amir Hatami told the Tasnim News Agency that Israel's participation in the US -led coalition "would be extremely provocative and have disastrous consequences for the region".
Brian Knight remembers saying goodbye to his father at Dallas Love Field in January 1967, even though he was only 5 years old. According to the Department of Defense , Air Force Col. Bryan Knight flew the plane transporting the flag-draped casket. "Incredible moment to watch. The entire airport fell silent ". "How many people would ever have the opportunity to do this", Knight said.