Based on more than 120 interviews, Callamard's probe concluded that there was credible evidence that the killing was premeditated and that Saudi Arabia's crown prince and other high-level officials were liable. Saudi Arabia's envoy to the United Nations in Geneva , Abdulaziz Alwasil, slammed Callamard's report, charging that it relied on "prejudice and prefabricated ideas", while accusing her of exceeding her mandate.
In a statement sent to the National Post on Tuesday afternoon, a spokesman for the Chinese embassy said " ractopamine " - a feed additive - had been found in Canadian pork shipments and that veterinary certificates for the animals were fraudulent.
The Senate plans to vote on a different, and bipartisan, companion measure in coming days. Now it will be returned to the House for consideration, but Congress is leaving at the end of the week for its Independence Day recess, so there is very little time to reconcile the House and Senate versions.
In an analysis of the case today, FMI said the case involved whether the store-level SNAP redemption data is "confidential" under the Freedom of Information Act's Exemption 4, which protects from mandatory disclosure private parties' "commercial or financial information" when that information, which the government happens to have in its possession, is "confidential".
Another official in the South Korean presidential office said she was unaware of any plan for Trump to meet Kim. The report gave no further detail about the content of the letter or when it was sent and received. He added that President Trump made clear that nuclear weapons must be dismantled and that he expects a final fully verified denuclearization, . thus he does not see that President Trump is feeling pressured under any circumstances.
Yet another deadly and baffling safety flaw has been uncovered in Boeing's 737 Max line of airplanes. In a statement posted to Twitter Wednesday, the FAA said as part of its review process the agency, "found a potential risk that Boeing must mitigate".