Dave Chappelle returns with two new stand-up specials on March 21, his first in 12 years. The stand-up special, titled " Two Cities, One Event" features Chappelle performing in Los Angeles and Austin. The specials will be the comedian's first new concert specials to air since For What It's Worth . Dave Chappelle starts streaming March 21. He talks about watching ISIS videos on YouTube ("Don't like") and meeting O.J.
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has received a dozen evidence files and will take decisions on charges within weeks, it emerged, as two more of Theresa May's most senior aides were dragged into the controversy. The Labour Party and Liberal Democrats both failed to declare sums of money which constituted a larger proportion of their national expenditure in the 2015 general election.
Beaten 4-2 in Spain in the first leg of that season's last eight Monaco looked doomed when Real grabbed the lead in the principality, but two goals from Ludovic Giuly and one from on-loan Madrid striker Fernando Morientes capped a remarkable turnaround.
Malaysia hopes to open negotiations with North Korea in the "next few days" to secure the release of its citizens trapped in Pyongyang following a row over the murder of Kim Jong-Nam, the foreign minister said Saturday. Two-thirds of the 39 countries that North Koreans can travel to without a visa are in Asia and Africa, including Cambodia, Mongolia, Mozambique, Tanzania and Uganda.
MPs have also voted down the Lords amendment giving parliament a veto over the outcome of the Brexit talks by 331 votes to 286, a majority of 45. In a letter to The Times , which is signed by Louise Richardson, the Oxford vice-chancellor, and the heads of all but three of the colleges, the academics dismiss as insufficient the indications by ministers that European citizens already resident in Britain were likely to be allowed to stay.
In the interview, Assad condemned the US-led coalition's military presence in Syria. However, foreign intervention is increasingly seeming more likely than not. Though Assad has refrained from attacking foreign forces hostile to his regime that are operating within Syria's borders, this recent escalation has prompted him to step up his rhetoric.