Two men - Talal bin Samran al-Sa'aeidi and Taye' al-Say'ari - accused of links to bombings and other attacks were shot dead following a shootout in the Saudi Arabia capital of Riyadh. Arab News reported Al-Sayari was enrolled in the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Program for Foreign Scholarships to study engineering in New Zealand but dropped out before finishing his degree.
In an interview on NBC's Meet the Press programme, Carter said , "We only would shoot a missile down if it was threatening us, that is, if it were coming towards our territory or the territory of our friends and allies". A spokesperson for Kim Jong-un issued a warning that the ICBM "will be launched anytime and anywhere" at North Korea's discretion. "Anyone who wants to deal with [North Korea] would be well advised to secure a new way of thinking after having clear understanding of it", ...
We checked in with passengers flying into Corpus Christi International Airport about how they feel about firearms being checked in baggage, then making them accessible in baggage claim. Passengers simply have to declare the gun and ammunition when checking their bag. As defined by 49 CFR 1540.5 a loaded firearm has a live round of ammunition , or any component thereof, in the chamber or cylinder or in a magazine inserted in the firearm.
Given the apparent success of Russia's hacking campaign on November's election, ODNI expects that the Kremlin will attempt similar interventions into future elections, both in the USA and around the globe. "This publication has not added any substance for comment". Trump met with intelligence agencies Friday regarding the issue, finally conceding the likelihood of a Russia-backed hack of US systems, but insisted it did not sway the election in his favor.
Iraqi forces already control the Tigris to Mosul's south. Mosul operation commander Abdul Amir Rashid Jarallah said that the police also seized control over the nearby hospital and the area of the Al-Ghufran Mosque. Gen Saadi said warplanes from the US-led coalition killed dozens of IS militants who were using the hill as a position to fire from. "They have been in the city at different times, yes", Col.
Born in August 1934 in Iran's Bahreman, Rafsanjani was an influential politician, religious scholar and the confidant of Ayatollah Khomeini, the late founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran. He became president in a critical time of transition just after the death of Khomeini. Rafsanjani played a crucial role as a bridge between moderates of modern Iranian politics and some of the hard-line politicians of the preceding generation.