Britain will provide 100 more troops to the United Nations peacekeeping mission in South Sudan to help set up a field hospital, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon announced Thursday. The government dislikes both. The head of one organization says he was prevented from attending the Security Council meeting. In addition, a letter from the government to his Community Empowerment for Progress Organization, obtained by the AP, orders his group to shut down within two weeks or be considered ...
Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington, January 20, 2015. We Need Nine, a White House-allied group, will hold a news conference in front of the Supreme Court building on Wednesday with Democratic senators and lawyers who previously worked as clerks for Garland.
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The city, Syria's third largest, is largely under government control, with only one neighbourhood still under opposition control. His gains have relied heavily on Russian air support since September past year. Two explosions hit the Arzouna bridge area at the entrance to Tartous on Monday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and state news agency SANA said.
Hitting out at Lt Governor Najeeb Jung for seeking details of foreign tours undertaken by AAP ministers, Delhi Home Minister Satyendar Jain today said such vistis by his party ministers are comparatively less than that of their counterparts in other parts of the country.
Boris Johnson has backed proposals by Syrian opposition figures to remove President Bashar Assad and establish a transitional government. A transitional body would then run the country for 18 months before elections were held. Writing in The Times newspaper, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, the host of Wednesday's London talks, urged Russian Federation to cease its support for the Syrian president.