More than 4 million people have been liberated and ISIS has been prevented from recapturing any territory it has lost. Soon after taking office in January, Trump ordered a review of the effort against ISIS. Pacific Command, "bring Kim Jong Un to his senses", but not necessarily "to his knees". Despite that, he said he has observed over the past 15 months "the confidence of the Iraqi leadership".
The Tories added 562 councillors and seized control of 11 councils, taking advantage of the Ukip collapse and capturing the former Labour heartland of Derbyshire in the party's best result for a quarter of a century. For the past four years, no party had overall control of East Sussex. However, within Scotland, the Conservatives had the biggest gains, up 164 seats to 276.
At least 19 people were injured in the attack, including seven who were treated in hospital and released, the provincial health services director, Najibullah Kamawal, said. The United States military had dropped the GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast bomb, which the nation said was the largest non-nuclear bomb in its possession, on ISIS positions in Nangarhar, killing dozens of jihadists.
Trump's former national security adviser. This is where I stand, I will not be moved. According to the online petition, Trump's personal and business holdings in the United States and foreign countries creates "conflicts of interest". The results of an investigation into the charges are presented to the House Judiciary Committee. "We are witnessing an obstruction of justice case unfolding in real time ", said Sen.
No income tax rises for those earning below £80,000 a year - but "top 5% of earners will be asked to contribute more in tax" to fund public services. Labour's councillors in Aberdeen were requested to stand down from the arrangement by 5pm last night but instead formally ratified it at the city chambers.
Elsewhere in DC on Tuesday, Mr Erdogan's security detail was accused of beating up pro-YPD protesters outside the Turkish ambassador's residence in the city. Ankara believes that the Kurdish Peoples' Protection Units (YPG) in Syria are simply the Syrian arm of the PKK, which has waged a deadly insurgency inside Turkey since 1984.