The UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) on Monday deplored the continued fighting in Juba and severe conditions it had imposed on civilians. Earlier on Sunday the residence of South Sudan's vice president and former rebel leader Riek Machar was attacked by government forces, Reuters reported.
He shrugged off criticism from his European peers, including French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault, who accused him of having "lied a lot" during the Brexit campaign. Theresa May has promised to fight "burning injustice" in British society and create a union "between all of our citizens" in her first speech as Prime Minister outside Downing Street.
Your words matter much more than mine". "I would ask you to consider being careful not be too quick to condemn the police without due process, and until the facts are known", Patrick said. Patrick asked the president to light the White House with blue in honor of the police, a request the White House has denied. John Minster , a Republican student at DePaul University, asked Obama why he had commented on the "potential racial aspect" of high-profile police shootings before waiting ...
She then went on to hold posts at the Association for Payment Clearing Services (APACS) as Head of the European Affairs Unit and Senior Adviser on International Affairs. Following her appointment, May has appointed Philip Hammond, earlier foreign secretary under Cameron, as Chancellor of the exchequer and Boris Johnson as the new Foreign Secretary.
Discarded gear was strewn on the ground and people, some holding flags, climbed on to the tanks. Some flag-waving people climbed onto the tanks. An army group in Turkey announced yesterday that it has taken over the country. At least 42 people, 17 of them police and others civilians, were killed in Ankara , NTV reported , citing the chief prosecutor's office in the capital's Golbasi district.
Hartlepool's grassroots Labour members feel betrayed by the revolt against Jeremy Corbyn, says a local party chief. Mr Blenkinsop said Mr McDonnell should not have been using the language he did to talk about colleagues. Pontypridd MP Owen Smith branded himself as the "radical and credible" alternative to Jeremy Corbyn as he launched his bid for the Labour leadership.