In his reply, Trump implied that PTSD is something that only hits weak people, since "strong" people aren't affected. "They see horror stories". Twenty veterans every day in America die by suicide, but Donald Trump on Monday says they, and other vets with PTSD, do so because they are not "strong" enough and just "can't handle it".
The Uludere incident came just hours after four soldiers were killed in a previous bombing attack, also blamed on PKK militants, in Mardin province. Anadolu said an operation has been launched to apprehend rebels in the area, with officials saying one of the militants responsible has been killed. MWC News could not independently verify the figures.
National Australia Bank (NAB) has been experiencing outages to some of its customer services overnight, causing processing delays and access issues. Mr Hagger said NAB recognised the impact the outage was having on customers and would provide them with regular updates.
The incident most likely occurred in their hotel bar, investigators concluded. The victim was then flown out of the country to another hospital but by that time it was too late to obtain samples. In June, amid the US outcry over the treatment of its diplomats in Russia, Moscow complained that pressure tactics were being used against its diplomats in the United States.
She reportedly said then she was keen to hatch some of her 10km eggs . In America politicians only invoke Pokémon Go in an effort to get the kids to vote for them instead of the other guy. Yeah, yeah. She wasn't playing it - just had the game open to keep an eye for if anything appeared, right? After the photograph of Ms Solberg playing the game was published, Ms Grande tweeted: "She heard what I said, we ladies can do two things at the same time you know".
It could take that long for a new justice to be confirmed and seated. If a Democratic president were to fill Justice Scalia's empty seat along with Justice Kennedy's seat should he step down during the next president's time in office (and even, perhaps if Justice Kennedy remains), it is quite plausible that a majority of the Court will invalidate the death penalty as a general matter.