That is particularly true in this instance, as eight of the 11 members of the committee that proposed the natural-born eligibility requirement to the Convention served in the First Congress and none objected to a definition of "natural-born citizen" that included persons born overseas to citizen parents".
Cameramen film video footage of North Korea's border county of Kaepoong (background) from a South Korean observation post in Paju near the Demilitarized Zone dividing two Koreas on January 8, 2016. "A hydrogen bomb would be far more powerful, and more fearsome, than the type of nuclear weapon the North has tested three times since 2006..." South Korea retaliated for North Korea's nuclear test with broadcasts of anti-Pyongyang propaganda across the rival's border.
Still, the mob attacks have stoked popular anger and fuelled doubts about the biggest influx of asylum seekers to any European Union nation, and led to pledges of a law and order crackdown. On Thursday, police said there were 121 criminal complaints that alleged sexual assault-including two complaints of rape- and robbery during the night.
The vast majority of North Korea's business dealings are with China, which bought 90 percent of the isolated country's exports in 2013, according to data compiled by South Korea's International Trade Association. North Korea has carried out four nuclear tests since 2006, including this week's, which it claimed - to worldwide skepticism - was of its first hydrogen bomb.
That night, police kept encountering women and girls in tears, German news organization Spiegel Online reported , citing an internal federal police report . She described the assaults as "repugnant criminal acts that..." Zurich police say the attacks resembled incidents in Germany on the same evening but that they did not know of any concrete links between the cases.
The announcement was met with skepticism, however, with South Korea's spy agency saying the estimated explosive yield from the explosion was much smaller than what even a failed H-bomb detonation would produce. President Barack Obama speaks to the leaders of South Korea and Japan. The broadcasts include popular South Korean pop songs as well as news and comments about Seoul's economic affluence and democracy, South Korean military officials say.