More than 173,000 migrants had entered Europe via Greece by December 29th, and almost 7,000 had made the short crossing from Morocco to Spain. They tried " to force open some of the doors in the external fence, using iron bars, wire cutters and large stones with which they assaulted Moroccan forces and Guardia Civil agents", it added.
The apex court passed the judgement while hearing several petitions in the Hindutva case, which deals with electoral malpractices arising out of its 1995 judgment. "The state is forbidden to have allegiance to such an activity", the bench said. The CJI said that the amendment in the election law did not intend to "relax or remove" the restriction put on appeal for votes on the ground of religion, caste etc.
Cologne police say the men were detained at two main train stations so that officers could question them and check their identities. In 2016 hundreds of people were sexually assaulted and robbed during the New Year's celebrations. Around 1,800 officers were deployed on New Year's Eve this year, compared to only 140 in 2015. In her New Year's address to the nation, Merkel said Islamist terrorism was the biggest test facing Germany, and she vowed to improve security after an Islamic State ...
New Delhi also said it is concerned at the "surprising" Chinese decision and that it had expected Beijing to be "more understanding" of the need to tackle the scourge of terrorism. India has accused the Jaish-e-Mohammed of the deadly terror attack in January on the Pathankot air force base in which seven military personnel were killed.
Jersalem: Israel's attorney-general has ordered police to open a criminal investigation in two unspecified matters involving Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu , Israel's Channel 10 television said on Wednesday. "Any other claim is a lie". It is alleged that the Prime Minister accepted bribes in the form of donations during his 2009 campaign. Netanyahu's office did not respond to a request for comment.
Nothing, nothing was taken when millions of people had their private information, including information on security clearances that was shared. "So there is a question about whether there's a political retribution here versus a diplomatic response", he added.