But he has also faced mounting criticism for what human rights groups say are widespread abuses, a muzzling of independent media, and suppression of political opposition. Under his rule, some dissidents were killed after fleeing overseas, in cases that remain unsolved. In 2003, he was officially elected to office under the auspices of a new constitution and was re-elected in 2010 for a seven-year term.
Law enforcement officials aren't saying what the cause of the explosion was just yet, however, as the investigation is still ongoing. Police and federal agents are trying to determine the exact cause of the blast - which is thought to be a bomb.
Lukasz Pawel Herba, who has British residency, was picked up by Milan police on July 18, a day after the model was released and dropped off at the British consulate in the city. They also alleged Herba had dealings in "chemicals and poisons" as he faced a pre-trial hearing before magistrate Anna Magelli in Milan on Friday.
Trump also says McMaster "is a good man and very pro-Israel". "I am grateful for the work he continues to do serving our country", Trump added. "Susan Rice? Omg", in response to a report that McMaster renewed the security clearance for former National Security Advisor Susan Rice in April.
Meanwhile, an FIR has been registered in the incident where anonymous persons attacked Rahul Gandhi's convoy at Dhanera today. A cemented brick was pelted at Rahul's vehicle shattering its window glasses and black-flag waving crowds was shouting slogans in favour of Prime Minister Narendra Modi .
Members of the Committee also voted in favour of extending a credit facility to British banks from £100 billion to £115 billion, with the Term Funding Scheme (TFS) running until February 2018. Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney said uncertainty regarding Brexit was a factor: "It is evident that uncertainties about the eventual relationship are weighing on the decisions of some business".