He says the allegations are "100 percent fabricated and made-up charges" and are being pushed by the Clinton campaign and the media. Clinton has no rallies planned Friday, but President Barack Obama planned to campaign for her in Ohio. Friday's accusations against Trump are in line with similar allegations by women in articles by The New York Times and the Palm Beach Post . The comments come as an already under fire Trump claimed he was being "viciously attacked with lies".
Regarding the Turkish troops deployed at Iraq's Bashiqa camp, Toner reiterated that all anti-ISIL efforts in Iraq should be done in coordination with the Iraqi government. "My advice to (the IS militants) is to run away. And what we do is we try to shape the battlefield to the extent that we can in order to set conditions for the Iraqis to go in there", he said.
Over 600 people were injured in the accident and the numbers continue to rise two days after it took place at Eseka. Cameroon's transport minister says at least 53 people have died after a train overloaded w. The local hospital had been overwhelmed, with only about 60 beds, said transport minister Edgard Alain Mebe Ngo'o. He sent his condolences to the families who lost their loved ones at the train which derailed at around 11 am near Eseka, 120 km west of the capital Yaounde, causing ...
Trump said he would appoint Supreme Court justices who would overturn Roe v. Wade . Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton clashed on abortion rights on Wednesday as they opened their third and last US presidential debate with a substantive policy discussion on the Supreme Court and the top issues it faces.
Joel Bineli, a passenger on the derailed train, told Reuters he saw dismembered bodies on the tracks at the accident site. Over 500 people were injured in the accident that occured at Eseka. Eyewitnesses say as many as 100 people are being transported to local hospitals. Transport ministry officials have rushed to the accident site immediately.
In a joint statement released by African human rights and justice groups, they call for South Africa's withdrawal to be reviewed. Last week, politicians in Burundi voted overwhelmingly in support of plans to withdraw from the ICC. The country announced on Friday it was quitting the court because it conflicted with diplomatic immunity laws. It is signed by South African Minister of International Relations and Cooperation Maite Nkoana Mashabana.