The State Department accuses ISIS of targeting "members of multiple religions and ethnicities for rape, kidnapping, enslavement, and death". "No one should have to live in fear, worship in secret, face discrimination due to their beliefs". "Religious persecution and intolerance remains far too prevalent", Tillerson said. The secretary's remarks accompanying the release of the State Department's 2016 International Religious Freedom Report were particularly noteworthy amid reports that the ...
Agencies will be held accountable if they fail to streamline the permitting process. If a recent poll conducted by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers is any indication, President Trump's move could prove to be a popular one. "Ensuring we have a robust energy infrastructure system that protects the environment and keeps pace with growing production and demand is essential to helping American families and businesses have reliable access to affordable energy", Gerard said.
Aid agencies said thousands in the capital may also not have access to safe drinking water. The ministry said the relief effort was being spearheaded by the Israeli Embassy in Senegal. Up to 3,000 people are believed to have lost their homes, Tarawallie says. Hundreds of people are likely to have been killed after a massive mudslide triggered by heavy rains washed away several houses in the Mortema area around the SS camp-Regent.
Police claim that they have seized more than 200 grams of methamphetamine, 786 grams of marijuana, grenades. The deaths in Bulacan province, north of the capital Manila, marked one of the bloodiest days since Rodrigo Duterte came to power previous year promising a war on drugs .
At the White House on Monday, Donald Trump finally, and apparently reluctantly , addressed the racist cause of the violence that led to the deaths of three people during the so-called Unite the Right rally in the town of Charlottesville, Virginia.
Bannon remains Trump's chief adviser, a fact that only fuels support for Trump in the alt-right movement. Former Klan leader David Duke , one of the Charlottesville figures, declared: "We are going to fulfill the promises of Donald Trump ".