Tamer Mohamed Mahmoud al-Rifai said that the current raids had led to the death of several militants, the arrest of others, and the discovery of a number of arms caches. President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi ordered military and police chiefs "to completely eradicate terrorism in northern Sinai and defeat any attempts to target civilians or to undermine the unity of the national fabric" in response to February's killings.
Bill Smith, a spokesman for Arkansas State University at Jonesboro, said, 'While we have expressed concerns regarding the bill, we recognize the General Assembly has spoken, and we will begin preparations to comply with the law '. On Thursday, reports surfaced that the Arkansas Senate would consider a new proposal that would exempt sporting events from the law. "I think the idea of introducing loaded weapons into those situations is just ridiculous".
But both the factions have expressed displeasure over the EC's decision to freeze the "two leaves" symbol and both have said that they would make all efforts to retrieve it. OPS will have a final say over name and symbol, he further added. Mr Dinakaran had been re-inducted by Ms Sasikala, who is now in Bengaluru jail, after the Supreme Court convicted her in a 20-year-old assets case.
President Clinton said that if people really wanted to honour Mr McGuinness" legacy they should "go and make your own and finish the work of peace so we can all have a future together'. It is set to be an extraordinary day of mourning in Derry. He also struck up a warm relationship with Queen Elizabeth II, whom he praised for her contribution to peace.
A US-led coalition air strike has reportedly killed dozens of civilians sheltering in a school near the Syrian city of Raqqa. USA -backed forces have started a "multi-pronged" campaign to wrest control of Syria's Tabqa Dam from Daesh, the US -led coalition confirmed Wednesday.
As recent as December 2016, the shelter received instructions for improving the living conditions and security of the facility based on a report by the Guatemalan agency Mechanism Against Torture. At least 22 girls were killed and around 40 people were taken to hospital with serious burns. Nineteen girls were found dead at the scene on Wednesday, and spokesmen for two hospitals in Guatemala City said nine more died overnight while dozens more remain under treatment.