May began appointing her new Cabinet within an hour of taking office, and several posts went to "leave" supporters. "Brexiteers" Chris Grayling and Priti Patel won cabinet jobs in a sign of May's intent to unite the divided governing body and show that, despite having favored the losing Remain side, she will implement the instructions of the electorate.
He was not known to French intelligence sources for radicalization. The unidentified hero threw himself at the vehicle as it zig-zagged along the promenade, an attack that resulted in the death of 84 people and left 200 others injured. About 80 students from the university were spending the summer in Nice as part of an IT business conference. In March, Bouhlel was handed a six-month suspended jail sentence for a road rage incident in January, French Justice Minister Jean-jacques Urvoas ...
According to the regional president in Nice , Christian Estrosi, at least 10 children are among the dead. The attacker is reported to be 31-year-old Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel. He had hired the truck on Monday. "Just when the police arrived they just felt something was wrong so they kept yelling at him and when he did not step out - they saw him from the window taking his gun out", he said.
Warning that the victim count was still preliminary, Molins said that among the 84 dead, 10 were children or adolescents. Of the scores of injured, 25 were on life support, authorities said on Friday. An official terrorism investigation has been opened. France declared three days of national mourning to begin on Saturday, and flags in Nice flew at half-mast.
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.