The Low case included Trump University students in California, New York and Florida, who sued Trump in 2010 over claims he defrauded them when they invested up to $35,000 to learn insider real estate secrets from instructors purportedly handpicked by Trump.
Today, Iraqi special forces said Islamic State militants battling to regain control of Mosul have fired mortar rounds on government-controlled neighborhoods in the east of the city, killing at least seven civilians. The number of fighters who are ready to blow themselves up is increasing, an insurgent commander told Islamic State's weekly magazine, al-Nabaa, published online on Thursday.
The agreement must still be approved by U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel in San Diego .Trump will not admit any wrongdoing under the agreement. Under the settlement , every victim is to receive restitution, while Mr Trump is to pay up to US$1m in penalties to the State of NY for violating state education laws.
Thakur informed Attorney-General Mukul Rohatgi on Friday. Chief Justice Thakur asked why the government has a problem in dispensing enough cash. You can't shut them from coming to courts. Rohatgi replied that debit cards can be swiped for cash at petrol bunks and a withdrawal limit of ₹2.5 lakh has been allowed for wedding purposes. This is what I told the apex court and I am very clear that its gains and benefits far outnumber the short term pain and disruption in people's lives.
There will be an election and people can make their choice and we will abide by the decision of the rakyat. But the group said the protest would go on. The next general election, Malaysia's 14th, will become due in June 2018. A six-week campaign by Bersih ahead of the rally has been marred by several violent confrontations with the Red Shirts , and anonymous death threats have been sent to Bersih chairwoman Maria.
Russian Federation says it has halted air strikes on rebel-held eastern Aleppo since October 18 following worldwide condemnation over its ferocious bombardment of the city. At least 54 people were killed in airstrikes and artillery shelling across northern Syria, part of a long-anticipated offensive against rebel-held areas announced by Russian Federation, a key ally of Syrian President Bashar Assad.