Barghouti, a senior member of Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas's Fatah party and a highly popular figure among Palestinians, is serving five life sentences over his role in the second Palestinian intifada, or uprising. Palestinian supporters of the hunger strike dismissed the video clips as a fabrication. "We expected that some Palestinians would try to spread disinformation regarding the footage".
One will be announced publicly in a letter today while another batch of penalties is apparently being studied. A day earlier, Trudeau said in a letter to the premier of British Columbia that he was seriously considering banning usa firms from exporting thermal coal from ports in the Pacific coastal province.
Britain's opposition Labour Party on Tuesday announced it would guarantee the right of European Union citizens residing in the country if it wins a general election slated for June 8. "The EU has had a huge impact in securing workplace protections and environmental safeguards". Where we are an open, outward looking country. "Either they want Britain to remain a member of the single market or they don't", she said.
One of those being scrutinized, Carter Page , who is a former foreign policy adviser to Trump, lashed out at the Senate intelligence committee in a letter made public Friday, calling the probe a "comically fake inquiry". Page met with a Russian intelligence operative in 2013 and provided him documents about the energy industry, according to court documents from a 2015 prosecution alleging a Cold War-style spy ring in NY.
Syria expert Fabrice Balanche said it would cover around 20 percent of the non-desert territory of the country. The aircraft safety memorandum was signed in October 2015 after Russian Federation began bombing targets in Syria to support Syrian government forces in their fight against Islamic State and other armed groups.
The move also comes as the USA and South Korea are keeping a close watch on the possibility of Pyongyang conducting a nuclear test or a ballistic missile launch on Tuesday on the occasion of the North Korean army's anniversary. "The steps we're seeing China take, in many ways unprecedented steps, bringing economic pressure to bear on North Korea are very welcome", US Vice President Mike Pence said Saturday.