Dundee-born former Scotland worldwide Kevin McNaughton "grabbed the kids and did a runner" after an early morning quake off the coast of Greek islands and Turkey . Television footage showed gutted stone buildings and island streets filled with rubble. A small tsunami also struck, scattering cars and boats across the Aegean Sea coastline, says Reuters.
Saudi Arabia and the UAE in particular have been critical of Tillerson's efforts, accusing him of being too sympathetic toward Qatar. "All sides should continue restraint and conduct face-to-face talks as soon as possible, so as to avoid escalation of the situation, send out a positive signal in addressing the crisis through political and diplomatic means, and reassure the role of the GCC", Wang was quoted as saying by Xinhua news agency.
Justice Ejaz Afzal asked the counsel for Sharif's children, Salman Akram Raja, why the family did not explain how they paid a liability of Pakistani Rs21 million after selling the Al Azizia Mills in Saudi Arabia, and how Pakistani Rs63 million were transferred to Hussain Nawaz's account.
He insisted again during his video link with the parole board on Thursday that the items he took belonged to him and he was unaware some of the men with him at the time were armed with guns. "This is a good man". Simpson pointed out that the state of California later turned over the same property that he tried to retrieve." I only went there to retrieve my own property ", Simpson said .
The former business secretary was handed the top job after nobody else stood for the post. Sir Vince , who first became an MP in 1997, is a strong and consistent supporter of LGBT rights, unlike Mr Farron, who has a mixed record. So while the share of the vote that the Liberal Democrats got at the last election, 7.4%, is disastrous by the standards of the main centrist party in recent decades, it is a notable mandate for moderate politics .
The most absurd things are possible", Mr Gabriel. This week's flare-up was prompted by the arrest by Turkish authorities of German rights activist Peter Steudtner and five others on the grounds that they were part of a terrorist organization - an act denounced by Merkel as "absolutely unjustified".