Following negotiations with Russian Federation, the United States presented a draft resolution that renews the mandate of the joint United Nations-Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons ( OPCW ) probe until November 2017. "I counted more than 20", said Uzumcu, revealing that even on Thursday the Syrian authorities had sent to the OPCW fresh reports of chemical weapons use against them.
More micro ATMs have come into function to dispense cash on debit cards. "The number of ATMs which will be recalibrated and which can dispense Rs 2,000 notes will be stepped up.To make this whole process faster, to expedite this whole process, a task force was chose to be set up under the chairmanship of Deputy Governor", Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das said.
The senator has sponsored several bills to end the Electoral College during her political career. Many have called for the Presidential election to be decided based on the popular vote alone, but as explained, there are issues with this method that make it less than ideal on its own.
Kosovo police announced on Thursday the arrest of 19 suspects for their involvement in an Islamic State plot to attack the Israeli national soccer team, Reuters reported . Over 300 Kosovars are known to have fought alongside ISIS in Syria, at least 50 of whom have been killed. Last year Kosovo, which is Serbia's breakaway region that unilaterally declared independence in 2008, adopted a law introducing jail sentences of up to 15 years for suspects found guilty of fighting in wars ...
As long as he's got good people around him and he's got a clear sense of direction", President Obama told reporters "Do I have concerns? "I have absolutely no idea" what Trump's view is, said James Acton, a nuclear specialist at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan named a new ambassador to Israel on Wednesday, reciprocating a move by the Israelis a day earlier - steps towards restoring diplomatic ties between the once-close allies that broke down in 2010. Mr Erdogan described the decision by Pakistan as "very pleasing". The educational network has been operating in Pakistan since 1995 and educates thousands of students in its schools in major Pakistani cities.