Mr Sheremet (44) was a prominent reporter for the Ukrainska Pravda news website, which backs pro-western reforms, investigates corrupt politicians and businessmen and criticises Russia's aggression in Ukraine. Shermet was a recipient of the Committee to Protect Journalists' International Press Freedom Award in 1998 and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe's Prize for Journalism and Democracy in 2001.
Cruz was harshly critical of Trump in the waning weeks of their primary battle, calling the businessman a " pathological liar " and "utterly amoral". Trump was nominated for president Tuesday night, making the former reality TV star the GOP standard-bearer after a rollicking primary season that saw him vanquish 16 rivals.
Police found a hand-painted Islamic State flag in his room and a letter he appeared to have written to his father which officials said read: "And now pray for me that I can get revenge on these non-believers, pray for me that I go to heaven".
Trump Organization staff writer Meredith McIver released a statement Wednesday apologizing for the mistake, saying she submitted her resignation to Donald Trump, but he refused to accept it. "Trump's positions have fundamentally distorted what the face of the Republican Party is now", Kasich told News 9 exclusively. But the closest as Cruz came to saying he wanted Trump to win the White House was when he said: "I want to see the principles that our party believes in prevail in November".
According to the Guardian , the group claims that since the end of May, coalition strikes have killed a total of 104 civilians, including 29 children, 16 women and eight prisoners. The numbers make the incident the largest loss of civilian life due to U.S.-led airstrikes in Syria , according to Amnesty International. Tuesday's casualties follow similar airstrikes on the IS-held town of Manbij on Monday, when at least 15 civilians were reportedly killed.
Five suspects remain in custody and are facing preliminary terrorism charges for their alleged roles in helping French-Tunisian Bouhlel. A previous announcement by the prosecutor's office revealed that Bouhlel had sought information online about other similar attacks, such as the recent shooting at an Orlando nightclub and the killing of Dallas police officers.