Turkish and Syrian forces have so far avoided direct conflict, despite hostile rhetoric between Erdogan and Syrian President Bashar Assad. It came as the new Central Intelligence Agency chief, Mike Pompeo, was in Ankara for talks with Turkish officials on issues including Syria , on his first foreign visit since the inauguration of United States president Donald Trump.
PM Modi's reply to Manmohan Singh's critique of demonetization was neither befitting nor appropriate to say the least. Mr Modi said, today everyone should join hands to develop India and take the country to newer heights. "It was a matter of happiness when voices were raised asking me how much money I got back", Modi said. "There is a horizontal divide -on one side are the people and government and on the other side are a group of political leaders".
The Scottish government has urged MSPs to back a motion in the Scottish Parliament stating that the bill should not proceed. The UK Government has made pledges to "strengthen the union" by including the devolved administrations of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland in Brexit negotiations and decisions.
West of Halifax, Statistics Canada listed Queens at a -5.6 per cent population decline, Barrington at minus five per cent and Digby at -4.8 per cent. Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver are home to more than one-third of all Canadians, with 82 per cent of Canadians living in large and medium-sized cities across the country.
Judge Serge Tournaire has accused Mr Sarkozy of surpassing the €22.5 million legal ceiling on campaign expenditure by spending at least €42.8 million on his campaign. Sarkozy has repeatedly denied the accusations being aware of the alleged fraud. Herzog said previous year he considered the campaign overspending issue settled because his client already paid a penalty.
The remark followed Rockwall County Sheriff Harold Eavenson criticizing an unnamed state senator who believes police shouldn't receive forfeiture money unless a case ends in conviction. The context here is that Eavenson is complaining about new proposed legislation to reform the state's civil forfeiture laws. The bill to abolish civil asset forfeiture was introduced in December by Texas state senator Konni Burton.