Israeli-American activist and author Miko Peled told RT that the move was clearly " a blow for Israeli diplomacy " that could even lead to the end of Netanyahu's political career. In an interview with Al Jazeera , Ali Abunimah, co-founder of the Palestine-focused Electronic Intifada website, called the U.S. move "bizarre". "This is discrimination against the Palestinian people as a whole", she said.
Estimated to be 4 to 5 feet (1.2 to 1.5 meters) long, the apricot alligator was nicknamed " Trumpigator " by its human neighbors, local television newscast WCBD News 2 reported. One explanation might be rust, iron oxide, from a steel culvert where the alligator was hiding out during the winter, an SCDNR representative tweeted .
But Mr Al Sadr, who once led a rebellion against U.S. occupation but has more recently spearheaded an anti-corruption protest movement, urged prime minister Haider Al Abadi not to turn a deaf ear. He encouraged the protesters to remain there until sunset but warned them against attempting to break into the zone. Mustafa said he would not offer his resignation and accused Sadr of using the commission as a political "scapegoat".
Residents are being warned by telephone messages, when their area comes under threat, but Mr Fitzsimmons said they were no guarantees everyone would get the message. Those could prove extremely hard to control, given the conditions. It came as the temperature in Bathurst went close to 40 degrees on Friday and the city prepared for a 41 degree day on Saturday; as Essential Energy warned power users to be careful in how they used their appliances after a blackout earlier in the week in South ...
He repeated Obama's catch-phrase "all options are still on the table" to imply that the threat of the adoption of military action against Iran is still alive, but a day later the USA president took back his word, stressing that he did not mean to threaten Tehran militarily.
The government says the proposals to create an executive presidency will simplify the government structure, but opponents fear they will lead to one-man rule in Turkey. Parliament approved the package in three votes and several rounds of intense - and sometimes violent - debate. Until he occupied the post, the president played a largely ceremonial role in Turkish politics.