And mixed drinks would be added at sporting venues that now sell beer. He also signed legislation that allowed wine to be sold by private businesses, not only the state wine and spirits stores. It would then go to Gov. Tom Wolf. Neither chamber voted on the final version Wednesday. Under the law, officers would not be identified publicly during an investigation, or at all, if criminal charges were not filed.
Gen. Stephen Townsend said at a briefing Wednesday. But a senior military official cautioned that conducting major operations in Raqqa and Mosul at the same time would stretch the coalition. The official was not authorized to discuss the Iraq or Syria operations publicly so spoke on condition of anonymity. U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter has repeatedly signalled this week that the campaign in Raqqa was fast approaching, telling reporters travelling with him in Brussels on Wednesday ...
Around 250,000 civilians in the east of the city are living under siege with food rations expected to run out soon, according to the UN. "The conclusions of the JIM (Joint Investigative Mechanism) are not definitive, have no legally binding force and can not serve as accusatory conclusions for taking legal decision", Russian UN Ambassador Vitaly Churkin told the council, according to a copy of his remarks.
Citing Russian media, The New York Times had reported in March Lesin had a falling out with Yuri V. Kovalchuk, a major shareholder of Russian state-owned Gazprom Media. Attorney's Office said in a statement Friday. Lesin, a former media executive and onetime press minister, was credited with the conception of global pro-Kremlin broadcaster Russia Today.
What effect will Donald Trump have on down ballot Republicans? As a result, Trump has been encouraging his supporters to serve as poll-watchers on Election Day. Trump's claims that the election is rigged and that his supporters need to go to the polls to intimidate voters have landed the Republican Party in court as the DNC has filed a lawsuit.
North Atlantic Treaty Organisation continues to increase its presence in the western border of Russian Federation in what could be considered as the largest troop buildup since the Cold War. The build-up's announcement coincided with a shake-up over whether Spain would allow Russian ships to stop and refuel during their move from northern Russia to the Mediterranean.