Her family and her employer, the Thomson Reuters Foundation, a charity, deny the charge. Asked whether Zaghari-Ratcliffe would be allowed to leave the country, Kermani said: "I don't know about her travel ban situation". Mr Ratcliffe said his wife has been "agitated" and unable to sleep as she battled post-traumatic stress disorder and depression caused by the torture she suffered in prison.
Young left-wing lawmakers, including U.S. Reps. Cuomo denies the allegation. "It is time for him to step down", he added. "Period", the governor said on the call. "There is still a question of the truth". I did not do what has been alleged, period. I was not elected by the politicians, I was elected by the people.
Sarah Everard , 33, disappeared on March 3 after leaving a friend in the Clapham area of southwest London around 9 p.m. "But half the women I knew were sharing her image on social media feeds, willing her to make it home". "Never go anywhere with men you don't know". In her remarks on Wednesday, Dick acknowledged that many people were unsettled by Everard's disappearance and reassured them that there would be continued high levels of police patrols in the area.
The EU has found itself under fire at home for a vaccine roll-out much slower than those of former member Britain or the United States, and overseas for so far doing less than China , Russia or India to supply vaccines to poor countries.
In politically divided Washington , Biden's plan narrowly cleared the Senate last weekend, after the chamber altered some aspects of the version approved earlier by the House. Republicans were even able to temporarily get in their amendment to lower the payments to Dollars 300 per week through mid-July, but in the end, Democrats agreed to provide a USD 300-per-week payment until September 6, lining up with a deal the party announced on Friday night, The Hill stated.
The charity worker had been under house arrest in Tehran since being moved from jail last March. At the time, she was working for Thomson Reuters Foundation, the charitable arm of the news agency. Shortly after the news of her release, it was announced that the woman had received another summons to appear in court. Her sister-in-law Rebecca said she was "quite upbeat, quite pleased" and "very relieved" to be free from electronic monitoring.