A video journalist made a GIF of Sarandon shaking her head at someone else's speech, noting she was not having any of it. Sarandon later retweeted this with a one-word validation: " Accurate ". The critical question is, does it matter? "A lot of people felt disenfranchised". He said he was unsure what was making the actress so unhappy at that exact moment.
Concerning access by public authorities to data transferred to the United States under the Privacy Shield, the WP29 said that it wants stricter guarantees concerning the independence and the powers of the Ombudsperson mechanism. "The WP29 would have expected stricter guarantees concerning the independence and the powers of the ombudsperson mechanism". "Nevertheless, it regrets the lack of concrete assurances that such practice does not take place".
In Ankara , the minister for European Union affairs chided Western countries for not sending any representatives to demonstrate their solidarity with Turks since the coup attempt. "This is a day to unite, a day to stand up against coups and dictatorial regimes, a day to let the voice of the people be heard", he said at the rally, organised by his secularist opposition CHP but also backed by the ruling Islamist-rooted AK Party and by other opposition groups.
Bayerischer Rundfunk is reporting that a suitcase filled with various cans exploded about 200 meters away from the refugee center. Images of the area suggest it was a relatively minor explosion. The Isis-linked Aamaq news agency said the man carried out the attack in response to calls by the group to target countries of the US-led coalition that is fighting IS.
The first trailer for the upcoming " Wonder Woman ", the iconic superheroine's solo cinematic debut, was released during Comic-Con 2016 this weekend. The trailer's official description says: "Before she was Wonder Woman , she was Diana, princess of the Amazons, trained to be an unconquerable warrior".
Jan Kanagy, also from OH, said Sanders delegate planned the walkout during the roll call vote "like playing a game of telephone". With temperatures climbing again toward the mid-90s, Chris Scully, an engineer from Troy, New York, held a "Jill Before Hill" sign outside City Hall and said he opposes Clinton because of her war record as USA secretary of state.