District Court for the District of Columbia Judge James Boasberg appeared sympathetic to the tribe's desire to preserve historic sites on ancestral land but detailed Dakota Access' efforts to reroute the pipeline to avoid sensitive areas and said he was unconvinced that the Army Corps had violated federal law.
Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban erected the razor-wire fence on its southern border a year ago after it became part of the route for migrants heading from Greece towards countries such as Germany and Sweden. "Hungary is not far away from issuing orders to open fire on refugees", he suggested. On Tuesday, Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto said Asselborn's comments reinforce his earlier reputation as an "intellectual lightweight".
Virat Kohli will continue to lead the team. That's why in one of the Tests in West Indies, he missed out. I guess [when] you throw in world-class spinners, the challenges are very tough but at the same time we see it as a very exciting opportunity.
Police fired water cannon and tear gas to disperse demonstrators outside local government buildings in Suruc on the Syrian border as new administrators took over, security sources said. The comments were the first from the PKK leader since April 2015, when the government stopped visits to his prison island of Imrali from where he still exerts considerable influence over the Kurdish movement.
According to Arab media, Syrian anti-aircraft units fired at the Israeli Air Force bombers as they made their attack runs, but scored no direct hits. The IDF , meanwhile, say they took out Syrian military targets after artillery fire from their northern border, but that all their aircraft returned safely.
The Boston Leader said more than 73,000 people - and 93 percent of the vote - made a decision to name the baby Harmabe McHarambeface, a combination of Harambe , the gorilla who was shot at the Cincinnati Zoo after a toddler fell into its enclosure, and Boaty McBoatface, what the internet tried (and failed) to name a British research vessel.