European Parliament staff told New Europe that Woolfe, 49, suffered serious trauma and collapsed close to the European Parliament's newsroom while after casting his vote in the Parliament's Plenary chamber. Woolfe announced on Wednesday his intention to lead the party. In his first detailed comments on the incident, Hookem said the flare-up arose out of a meeting on Thursday of the party's MEPs to discuss reports that Woolfe had been in talks about defecting to the Conservatives.
The planned shutdown follows protests that had engulfed universities for more than three weeks, sparked by Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande's announcement that it was up to universities to determine tuition fee hikes. "Poor students can get government loans to cover their fees, but when they get a job they are also expected to support family members, so they say it was a double burden of repaying loans and trying to lift their loved ones out of poverty".
At least 33 people are missing a day after landslides swept through two east China villages, state media reported Thursday, as rescuers combed through rubble for survivors. Rescue workers in galoshes and hard hats walked the streets carrying shovels under bright floodlights, as earth movers carefully picked through the debris of collapsed homes.
Polish politicians have withdrawn draft legislation that would introduce a near-total ban on abortion, in a hastily arranged vote that marks the first major domestic setback for the ruling conservatives and follows massive street protests. "I want to state very clearly that the government is not working on any legislation changing the rules on abortion in Poland", she said . Thousands of women dressed in black protested the abortion ban on Monday.
In some instances, guests are given the option to cancel and receive a full refund, de la Cruz said. Loney said he now plans to rent a vehicle Wednesday morning and drive back down to Baltimore instead of waiting for the ship to depart New York Wednesday evening and return to Baltimore Sunday morning.
Warrants for the arrest of controlling shareholders Michael Lacey and James Larkin have also been issued. Court documents in the case quoted children saying they were forced into prostitution, with their services advertised on Backpage .