Orlando Chief of Police John Mina said the child is believed to have been left in the van since around 9:00 a.m. that morning, as outside temperatures peaked at about 93 degrees Fahrenheit. Four other children have already died in hot cars in Florida in 2017, according to the site. His family, who attended a vigil for Myles, have called for the nursery to be shut down.
Israel says attacks carried out after rockets were fired out of Gaza, a claim that Hamas denies . Israel controls most access into and out of the Gaza Strip and has imposed a blockade on the Palestinian enclave for a decade. For the last decade, Hamas has been the de facto government of Gaza, while the Fatah-led Palestinian Authority has controlled the West Bank. Israel holds Hamas, which rules Gaza, responsible for any missiles of other attacks emanating from the Strip.
In their communique the ASEAN ministers confirmed that the regional bloc was ready to begin "substantive" negotiations on a code of conduct . The two sides also exchanged opinions on the Korean Peninsula nuclear issue and the South China Sea issue, among others.
Venezuela's supreme court sentenced a prominent opposition mayor, Ramon Muchacho, to 15 months in prison and stripped him of his right to hold political office. As a counter to the Peru meeting, he was hosting a meeting of foreign ministers from the Bolivarian Alliance, a leftist coalition of 11 Latin American nations.
He added that Panama case verdict was a unanimous decision by five SC judges after a thorough investigation. In October 1999, General Musharraf, the then army chief of Pakistan , had ousted Sharif in a bloodless coup and seized power. Earlier, Asif Kirmani , a lawmaker from Sharif's party, said vehicles carrying supporters will pass through Islamabad's key road before entering Rawalpindi .
The court found that the voter registration notices violated that prohibition because they were triggered exclusively by the act of nonvoting. In their brief , government lawyers say they reconsidered the OH vote-purging issue after the "change in Administrations", and they argue that the state's actions are legal under federal law.