Talks between foreign ministers from the United States, Russia, Turkey, Iran, Jordan, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Iraq came to a close Saturday evening without any of the delegations suggesting that a breakthrough had been reached on how to tackle the Syrian crisis.
WikiLeaks on Wednesday released nearly 1,200 more emails that it said were hacked from the personal account of Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, bringing the number of messages posted since Friday to more than 6,500. 11, 2016, for a rally. The Center for American Progress released a statement that did not authenticate the email exchange , but said Halpin, a Catholic, "has spent his career advocating and fighting for the common good and improving the lives of all Americans ...
Klein said in a press release . Israel has suspended ties with the UN's cultural agency Unesco , accusing the global body of "denying Jewish history" and "aiding Islamist terror" following a draft motion regarding holy sites in Jerusalem.
South Korea has strongly condemned North Korea's latest missile launch attempt. A failed missile launch was detected near Kusong, in northwestern North Korea, the US military said Saturday. Pacific Command; and Army Gen. Vincent K. Brooks, commander of Combined Forces Command and U.S. Forces Korea , participated in the discussion. Nor, as Friday's test shows, have they perfected the missile technology itself.
Modi also mentioned how the BRICS, together, will fight against tax evasion, black money and corruption. The Indian position was conveyed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Chinese President Xi Jinping during a bilateral meeting here that came against the backdrop of China putting on hold India's move to get Azhar, the brain behind the Pathankot attack, banned by the UN.
Ryan. "That's why I think more people who voted for Sanders will ultimately vote for Trump than will vote for Clinton". As for Garrett, the seven-term incumbent said Saturday that he was "appalled" by Trump's comments and called Pence "the best nominee for the Republican Party to defeat Hillary Clinton".