Once it hits landfall, the NHC predicts Hermine will strengthen to become a hurricane. But meteorologist Ian Morrison from the National Weather Service says if the storm veers to the south, it could have a much greater impact. At the last advisory to be issued by the National Hurricane Center , the storm was about 405 miles east-northeast of Cape Hatteras, NC, with winds of 30 mph, moving northeast at 15 mph.
Bans on the burkini continue to loosen in France after a court in Nice suspended the rule against the wearing of the full-body swimsuit on its beach. "The mayor can not, without exceeding his powers, enact a provision that prohibits access to the beach and the sea if it is not based on a proven risk of provoking public order, or established violations of hygiene, decency or safety", read the ruling from the magistrates.
She rejected the effort as a "coup". "The Senate made that decision, wrongly or rightly, but the Senate made that decision", Temer said on the sidelines of a business summit in Shanghai ahead of a G20 summit in China. The new leader faces multiple difficulties at home, with Rousseff filing a Supreme Court challenge against her conviction for taking illegal state loans.
Before the wounds of the July 1 deadly terror attack at a Spanish restaurant in Dhaka , that left 22 people, including 18 foreigners and two police officers dead, had even begun to heal, Bangladesh suffered a fresh blow on July 7 when terrorists attacked Muslims' Eid prayers.
He was critically wounded during a shootout with police early Thursday after he earlier shot three in Christiania when officers tried to arrest him. Wednesday's shooting had prompted a backlash from Danish politicians and commentators, but on Friday Danish Prime Minister Lars Lokke Rasmussen tweeted: "Well done Christiania ".
The Collective against Islamophobia in France (CCIF), which is supporting the women, said that the incident represented a "racist shift" in French society as prosecutors opened an investigation into possible "religious discrimination". Muslims must be "committed to a total defense of the Republic in the face of terrorism, in the face of Salafism", Cazeneuve told the paper, adding French values must "transcend all others".