The U.S. -led coalition said in a statement that it was investigating multiple strikes in western Mosul that allegedly resulted in civilian deaths. "As we move into the urban environment it is going to become more and more hard to apply extraordinarily high standards for things we are doing, although we will try", Votel said during a House Armed Services meeting.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., said of the rules change that won approval: "It will make the cooling saucer of the Senate considerably hotter, and I believe it will make the Supreme Court a more partisan place". Gorsuch fills the vacancy left by the sudden death of Antonin Scalia more than a year ago. The only real uncertainty in the process had been whether the Democrats would be able to muster the 41 votes needed to filibuster Gorsuch's nomination.
Colwell said the hikers were probably traversing the cornice, a build up of snow and ice that creates an overhang that is extremely risky to traverse or pass beneath. "They were just at the wrong place at the wrong time". Dozens of search and rescue workers from organizations across the Lower Mainland spent Sunday morning scouring the mountain, including avalanche dogs and helicopter crews, CBC News reported .
He'll be paired with Rose, a friend, for the final 18 holes. Rose ran off five birdies in his final seven holes at Augusta National to finish with a 5-under 67 and was at 6-under 210 for the tournament. "It was a wonderful battle today", Rose said. American Matt Kuchar , who made a hole-in-one on the short 16th, and Belgian debutant Thomas Pieters ended on five under.
Visiting the attack site at an upscale department store, Sweden's Crown Princess Victoria laid roses on the ground Saturday and wiped away a tear. Swedish prosecutor Hans Ihrman said a perso. The lion-shaped boulders on Drottninggatan are meant as roadblocks and have been put up in several European capitals after a truck attack past year killed 12 people at a Christmas market in Berlin.
As a result, talks of a trade between Australia and India have slowed recently. "Coinciding with the Prime Minister's visit, Australia's minister for education and training, senator Simon Birmingham, is bringing one of the largest Australian delegations of skills providers and higher education representatives to visit India".