In this regard, Pakistan should invite India for a dialogue on Jammu and Kashmir dispute. How this could help "win the confidence of Kashmiris", now curfewed and battling bullets and pellets is anybody's guess. While asserting that there can be no compromise on national security, PM Modi also said that "we need to build the confidence of the people in Jammu and Kashmir".
You covered it one day, and you covered this aside about the Second Amendment for three days. From the start, Tapper put Manafort in a defensive posture, commenting on how anxious many elected Republicans throughout Washington D.C. Manafort then praised Trump's tax cut plan, which calls for regressive cuts, disparaged Clinton's plan as "exactly what this administration is doing, raising taxes, raising spending, increasing the national debt".
Even as Moscow pledged to pause strikes on rebel-held areas of the city, it carried out raids farther east on the ISIL bastion of Raqqa that killed 24 civilians, according to a monitoring group. Fighting persisted in the Syrian city of Aleppo on Thursday more than an hour into a three-hour ceasefire announced by Russian Federation, two rebel groups and a witness in the city said, as government forces tried to reverse last week's opposition gains.
Smith was not wearing a body camera at the time. Whitley told CBS that the unidentified gunman is being sought. According to Smith's Facebook page, he is a father of two children. All three officers involved in the shooting were placed on administrative leave. Both suspects were eventually arrested, Wallace said. The officers approached two suspects who were inside a vehicle, Wallace said.
Khan's son, a U.S. Army captain, was killed in the line of duty in Iraq. Paul Ryan, like other top Wisconsin Republicans, did not attend Mr Trump's evening appearance in their state. Mr Trump called Mrs Clinton "totally unhinged" and "unbalanced" and said she lacks the integrity to serve in the White House. Meanwhile, Ayotte - who said in June she will vote for Trump but was "not endorsing anyone" - issued a tepid statement Saturday through a spokeswoman: "I appreciate his support, and I ...
Hakan Sukur was one of the most famous football stars in Turkey, who scored 51 times in 112 appearances for the Turkish national side and helped Turkey get the third place in the 2002 World Cup. He did not exclude that some supporters could have been involved in the coup but said this "cannot be blamed on all followers of the movement". He is now believed to be in the United States.