Mrs Swaraj assured the House that India will continue its efforts to search them. Ms. Swaraj's statement comes two days after she spoke to Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jafari on the issue. They were later captured and lodged in Badush jail. "Right now, allow her to speak", said Speaker Sumitra Mahajan. The Foreign Affairs minister reminding the case of the Vietnam War said that the United States still considers its armed forces personnel missing, who haven't been found since the Vietnam ...
Carolyn McCall is leaving easyJet to run ITV as its new chief executive in January 2018. First half revenue fell by 3 percent as income from online and production sales helped cushion the 8 percent advertising fall, while earnings per share at 7.7 pence were ahead of forecasts at 7 pence.
In Wednesday's ruling, the Luxembourg-based ECJ said decisions by the competent authorities were only required for the initial listing of groups or individuals. Issuing a statement, it said the ECJ judgment was a legal ruling on the procedure used for listing the LTTE. A final ECJ ruling is expected after the summer break.
China on Wednesday opposed a new round of unilateral sanctions that the USA has imposed against North Korea . "The true test will be what they've worked out with Russian Federation", she said. As recently as July 4, North Korea tested an intercontinental ballistic missile, which, according to analysts, brought it a step closer to being able to launch a missile that could strike the U.S.
Spanish police keep their distance before one officer runs up behind him and knocks him to the ground by hitting him with a white traffic barrier. Spain's Interior Ministry delegate for Melilla, Abdelamalik El Barkani informed reporters that one officer had been treated for a small cut on his finger.
McCain's diagnosis comes at a tense time for Senate Republicans as they attempt to pass a health care bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act , which is often referred to as Obamacare . But some Republicans were privately speculating that leaders might be close to securing the votes they needed to at least keep alive a months-long effort that all but died last week.