Toner's statement comes after Pakistan Defence Minister Khwaja Asif said that Islamabad was open to using tactical devices against India if its safety was threatened. Pakistan and India have fought two of their three wars since independence in 1947 over Kashmir. He said Pakistan was "nervous" after the strike. The Minister's remarks are first comments from a member of the Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS) following the "surgical strikes" on terrorist launch pads along the Line of ...
A spokesman for the Los Angeles Police Department said that Snell was the passenger in a vehicle that was pulled over for allegedly driving a stolen auto that had a paper license plate. She ran too, dropping reflexively to the ground when she heard gunfire. It was not immediately known what time police cleared the scene, she said, or if the man was naked while police was communicating with him.
Matthew is drifting toward the northwest near 3 miles per hour and a slow northwestward motion is expected to continue through tonight. Computer models are in general agreement that Hurricane Matthew will continue on a northwesterly projected path through Sunday before making a northerly turn.
The Storm turned the tables in the second half, though, as Jesse Bromwich barged over before a mazy Will Chambers run and try gave them a 12-8 lead. "I can believe it because of the hard work we put in. Cronulla 8 Melbourne 0. Sharks hooker Michael Ennis started the game like a player who would never play again, catching Storm prop Jordan McLean high on the jaw in the opening minutes.
US crude was down 69 cents at $47.14 a barrel, also around 5 percent higher than before the OPEC announcement. Both November contracts expire after Friday's settlement. Bob Yawger of Mizuho Securities said Friday's WTI gains were a continuation of bullish sentiment from the Opec meeting. "However, we maintain our view that a collective cut will have little impact on a fundamental level".
He said rebels could identify Lebanese and Iraqi militias by their flags. An airstrike meanwhile targeted a rebel headquarters near the central city of Hama on Sunday, killing at least six militants, the Observatory said. Few accepted that offer. Civilians in the rebel-held portions of Aleppo are enduring a "living hell" and the hospitals there have been all but obliterated, the United Nations warned Sunday as bomb attacks continued to hit the city.