Attackers wearing security force uniforms and driving stolen army vehicles, used auto bombs and suicide vests to cause the explosions. The death toll could rise, warned Abdel Hussein Al-Jabri, deputy director-general of health for province of Dhi Qar, which was state of wounded " in critical condition ".
Police also say that Tessier admitted to attempting to dispose of Wallen's cell phone, her driver's license, and the license plate on her auto, and that he told a friend to lie about picking him up at Wallen's residence if the police contacted her.
In the aftermath of the president's response , the South Carolina Republican was critical of the president, saying "clarity and moral authority " from the man in the Oval Office were necessary, but after Trump's comments laying blame on both groups "that moral authority is compromised".
The decision to remove Najmaddin Kareem came after Kirkuk - claimed by both the central government in Baghdad and the autonomous Kurdish region in northern Iraq - voted to take part in a referendum set for September 25 on Kurdish independence.
That certification requirement is not part of the deal but was imposed by Congress. They argue that at the very least Iran is violating the spirit of the agreement with its ballistic missile tests. Velayati is an adviser to Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei. If the deal fell apart, "Iran would be back on the march to getting the potential for getting a nuclear weapon, and the IAEA would lose all visibility into the program", Sherman said.
A minute's silence was held at the beginning as a mark of respect for those who died and those whose lives were changed by the loss of family and friends. Grenfell Tower's owners and managers were widely criticised after the June blaze because they had allowed a refurbishment using flammable cladding which helped the flames spread.