Carmakers have called on ministers to keep the United Kingdom in the EU single market and customs union for at least five years or risk permanent damage to the industry . THE government needs to sort an interim arrangement with the European Union to stop the United Kingdom auto industry plunging "off a cliff edge" as Brexit nears, trade body the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders urged today.
He reportedly shouted "I want to kill Muslims" as he drove a van into a crowd of worshippers outside the Finsbury Mosque. Nothing is known about the attacker's identity, except that he is a 48-year-old white man, who, right after midnight, rammed a van into people leaving late-night prayers at the end of their day of fasting.
Pulse has become an unofficial site of remembrance. Victims' families and survivors cried, hugged, grieved and supported one another as the victims' names were read aloud during the overnight ceremony. "Those are scars that our community will carry with it forever", he said. "There's nothing that can make me feel better", she said. "You can't. Not in this case, you can't do that".
The case stems from the death of Roy in July 2014, when Carter was 17 and Roy was 18. While Massachusetts Judge Lawrence Moniz was explaining his decision ( Carter waived her right to a jury so he decided her fate alone), he said it was the texts Carter sent that acknowledged she knew how much Roy could hurt himself that rendered her guilty .
With the International Yoga Day giving a further impetus to its popularity, yoga is increasingly becoming the "new currency for fitness ", said the study that was released coinciding with the "International Yoga Day" on June 21. Can Tho and India have worked together in various projects in agriculture, information technology, and human resources training, he said, wishing for more joint cultural exchanges between the sides in the future.
Even if you don't like cats, you have to give them credit for making the world their litter box for thousands of years. TRT World's Chelsea Carter reports. Drawing on genetic material from mummified cats in Egypt, and remains from Viking graveyards and stone age sites, researchers pieced together how cats first came to live with humans and ultimately spread around the world as their companions.