It has been compared to another viral hit - an image of US President Donald Trump, surrounded by men, signing an abortion policy in January. The deputy crown prince viewed the nuclear deal as " very dangerous ", the senior adviser said, adding that both leaders had identical views on "the danger of Iran's regional expansionist activities".
Australian correspondent Donna Demaio told Rachel Smalley the Prime Minister isn't mincing his words. About 93 per cent of children are said to be vaccinated, but Mr Turnbull wants to take that rate above 95 per cent. But it's not a policy that will be considered by the New Zealand Government. "Ultimately it's about protecting kids against horrendous illnesses that are agonising and potentially in some cases tragic".
She was unpredictable once again today. The state is now stockpiling sandbags and generators to be deployed across the state. "New York has led the nation by taking bold action to protect our environment - and this task force marks another step forward in that effort", Cuomo said in a press release.
Union members at rail firm Northern will stage a walkout in a row similar to the long-running dispute with Southern Rail. Highways England tweeted: "Due to planned Rail Industrial Action today, traffic may be higher than normal". Merseyrail, which connects Liverpool and Wirral, announced fewer trains would run than originally expected as drivers had decided not to cross RMT picket lines .
The RB Leipzig sporting director also insists he has not been informed about reported interest from Bayern Munich, while he backed the 22-year-old as able to cut the mustard in any top European league. "But I don't see him in Liverpool". The Guinea global has impressed for the Bundesliga surprise package this season, scoring four goals and providing seven assists in 22 league games.
In February, the government's employment agency said that Bulgaria's jobless rate rose slightly to 8.2% in January, from 8.0% the month before. The best job opportunities are expected in wholesale and retail trade sector, where the +30% Net Employment Outlook is the strongest reported since the third quarter of 2008, improving by a considerable 13 percentage points year-on-year.