Ahead of the IL primary in March, liberal operative Neera Tanden asked Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, who formerly worked on Mr Obama's transition in 2008, if the president could give any kind of indication that he was supporting Clinton over Sanders.
According to Sahara Reporters portal, the 21 girls were picked up by a military helicopter in Borno state where the terrorist group dropped them off around 5:30 a.m. Wearing colourful dresses, the girls listened to Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo speak from behind a table, flanked by his ministers. "However, it does not mean that there is nothing more to do as they are about 176 other girls that must still be freed", said Ewi.
Meanwhile, civil rights activist and Rainbow PUSH Coalition founder, Rev. Jesse Jackson, is joining the effort to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline project south of Mandan. "I don't want to die but I will", said Didi Banerji, who lives in Toronto but is originally from the Spirit Lake Sioux reservation in North Dakota. We all have one thing in common: "We want clean drinking water".
Today Scotland Yard confirmed Smith, from south east London, was charged under the explosives act and will appear before magistrates tomorrow. On Saturday, another device was discovered at an address in Tudor Road, Newton Abbot, leading to a 200-metre cordon being erected, homes evacuated and roads closed in the town for more than four hours until the device was deemed to be "unviable" by police.
Four contenders from the White Group of the BNP Paribas WTA Finals 2016 Singapore could make it to the next round. The sheared hair remained on her chair for the rest of the match. But she is the tough fighter in the court & also gives their best efforts in the match against Pliskova, but can't defeat him. "To turn up like this, against players like Sveta (Kuznetsova), if you don't take your chances, you're not going to be a victor".
The decision comes despite the fact that the current ICC chief prosecutor is a former Gambian justice minister, Fatou Bensouda. "The Information Minister's statement regarding the Court's persecution and humiliation of people of colour, especially Africans could not be further from the truth".