Both women, who were dressed in traditional Malay outfits, had been expected to plead not guilty, but Judge Azmi Ariffin said no pleas would be taken until the trial began. Jong-nam was the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. Aishah has previously said that she thought she was taking part in a prank and that the poisonous liquid given to her was baby oil, according to Indonesian embassy officials.
Germany is on high alert following a series of terror attacks in the country past year. Police say the assailant attacked the first victim in the supermarket on Friday afternoon and that person died at the scene. "Initial reports about robbery as a possible motive so far have not been confirmed", police said. Police said the attacker's motive is unclear but he appears to have acted alone.
The emergency services said out of 48 people 18 were severally injured and needed hospital attention. No deaths have been reported, authorities said. An investigation into the cause of the accident has been opened, the spokesman for Renfe said. Initially, the services had said five people had been seriously injured, among them the driver.
According to Republican Senator Lindsey Graham and testimony given by a witness to the Senate Judiciary Committee, the Russian government didn't isolate their election meddling efforts around taking down Hillary Clinton . Veselnitskaya, he said, is "definitely working for the Russians, no question", while Akhmetshin's claims of formerly working with Soviet intelligence rang hollow for Browder - "there's no such thing as a "former" intelligence officer in Russia", he said, comparing it to the ...
Ryan said his fellow Wisconsinite is "doing a fantastic job" as White House chief of staff and has the support of President Trump. In his first appearance in the White House briefing room last week, Scaramucci said he and Priebus were like brothers who fought at times.
The dispatcher calmly tries to assist. At another point, she says, "I don't even know what". The woman called 911 just after 2 p.m.to report that her five-foot boa constrictor was wrapped around her neck and biting her face. Neighbors on the street declined to comment, although some witnessed the scene after the woman ran outside to wait for EMS. A fireman eventually removed the reptile by cutting off its head with a knife.