Abu Hani al-Masri was killed in an unmanned drone strike on Saturday, a U.S. senior defense official told CNN. Navy captain Jeff Davis, a Pentagon spokesman, said a single airstrike on February 3 killed 10 operatives in a building used as an al-Qaeda meeting site.
Breitbart reports that journalists from some of the country's largest news outlets are furious with Gaga, whom they clam missed an opportunity to attack Trump during her halftime show. Sales of her albums and singles soared 1,000 percent after the show, according to NielsenMusic. The superstar singer who performed at the halftime show sold about 150,000 digital albums and songs in the USA on Sunday, a 1,000 percent increase over the day before, according to Nielsen Music.
The 20-million-euro ($21.4 million) wall to be erected this autumn will replace the metal fences thrown up around the 324-metre (1,063-foot) tower during the Euro football tournament in France past year. The French will follow Donald Trump and build a €20million (£17m) wall around the Eiffel Tower. The wall will be 2.5 meters high and will be transparent, which will be more aesthetically pleasing for visitors.
Rubio said support is broad within the Senate to push back against the White House if it eased sanctions before Russian Federation pulls out of Ukraine, potentially enough to overcome any Trump veto. After Obama announced sanctions in December, McCain and Graham said they were supportive, but didn't think they went far enough. "Congress must have oversight of any decision that would impact our ability to hold Russian Federation accountable for its flagrant violation of global law and attack ...
He spoke out after Sturgeon hit out at Corbyn for not doing more to stop a Brexit bill from being voted through. The bill, which gives the government the authority to activate Article 50, starting the formal process of leaving the European Union, was approved by 494 votes to 122 in the Commons, keeping the government's March timetable to trigger Brexit talks on track.
The aid convoy of the Red Cross, carrying livestock to a community south of the town of Sheberghan, was attacked by gunmen on Wednesday in the Jowzjan province. "We're in shock", said president of the ICRC, Peter Maurer, in a statement. "We want to collect ourselves as a team and support each other in processing this incomprehensible act and finding our two unaccounted for colleagues", she said.