Swaraj also directed the Indian mission in Ottawa to take up the matter with Amazon. The vendor, who was identified as one Hana Houdek, was quick to give in to protests and take down the controversial doormats, but unfortunately for her, and for Amazon, that wasn't going to cut it given that the issue had by then sparked widespread outrage.
She was also believed to be celebrating today with her parents, after they joined the Royal Family at church on Sunday, alongside her close friend Sophie Carter, who is Charlotte's godmother. The year ahead is expected to bring substantial changes for William and Kate, who are likely to give up country life and make Kensington Palace in London their full-time residence.
Afghanistan's health ministry warned that the toll was expected to rise as numerous wounded were battling for their lives in hospital. Interior Ministry spokesman Sediq Sediqqi said a suicide bomber struck first, followed by a auto bomb, and that four police officers were among those killed.
He said: "If the missile is threatening, it will be intercepted ". "If it is not threatening, we won't necessarily do so.it may be more to our advantage to first of all save our interceptor inventory, and second to gather intelligence from the flight rather than do that when it's not threatening".
As a result the ECHR ruled that Swiss authorities had not broken article 9 of the European convention on human rights, which safeguards religious freedom. The case was brought on by two Swiss nationals of Turkish origin who wouldn't send their teenage daughters to compulsory mixed-gender lessons, according to the BBC .
Clare Hollingworth, the British reporter who broke the news of the impending outbreak of World War Two, has died in Hong Kong aged 105. Hollingworth in an undated photo. While covering the Algerian war for independence in 1962, Hollingworth defied members of a French far-right group who rounded up foreign journalists and threatened some of them with execution.