According to NBC New York, Trump said, "It's a great honour, it means a lot". He has said that he's like a "supermodel, except, like, times 10". Time seems just as reluctant to select Trump as we are to see him on that cover with those words emblazoned above him.
Swedish prosecutors dropped a separate sexual assault probe into Assange in 2015 as its five-year statute of limitations expired, but the 2010 rape allegation carries a ten-year statute of limitations. She later contacted him with concerns about STDs, asking for him to get tested. In his statement, Mr Assange wondered whether the interview process was " simply a ruse to tick a box to ensure the technical possibility to indict me, irrespective of how I answer any questions ".
The BBC article was widely shared on social media, where a lot of people found it insulting the monarch. "The authorities have to pursue the matter". Thailand's new King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun has named an 11-member council of advisers, bringing in three new officials including a former army chief and two representatives of the ruling junta.
Roads also cracked and power poles toppled over. His agency put the death toll at 94.Aceh was devastated by a massive quake and tsunami centred on its western coast near the provincial capital, Banda Aceh, on December 26, 2004. Pidie Jaya resident Ms Fitri Abidin fled with her husband and wailing children to a nearby hill after the quake jolted the family awake early yesterday.
Yes!" This was a good week for him. But there's more than that. That effort was enough to earn the 14-time major victor a significant rankings boost. "I'll have a couple weeks off, work with my physios, get a little bit stronger. and then really assess, OK, what's the plan, what's the smart play?".
Speaking on day three of the Government's Supreme Court appeal, Lord Pannick said: "Our submission is that a motion in Parliament can't affect the legal issues in this case". "Our case fully respects, and offers no affront, to Parliamentary sovereignty". Later on Wednesday, the Scottish government's top law officer will argue that Holyrood should also have a say before Article 50 is triggered.