Epstein was found dead in his Manhattan federal prison cell in August. "Our investigation concluded that the cause of Mr. Epstein's death was hanging and the manner of death was suicide ", Sampson said in a statement. Baden said he went on Fox to discuss the matter because Epstein's brother, Mark, is concerned with what he sees as a lack of progress in the death investigation.
Turkey warned that the House resolution risks harming ties "at an extremely fragile time" for global and regional security. The pair discussed "the process of worldwide recognition and condemnation of the Armenian Genocide ", the prime minister's office said in a statement .
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman will likely try to capitalise on his vision for "what's next" in Saudi Arabia. Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman said the decision on when to list Aramco rested with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. For the Polish adventurers, the main hurdle to visiting Saudi Arabia had been getting the visa they had been seeking for the past two years. "India became a good destination for foreign investment", PM Modi stated, outlining large pluses like infrastructure ...
The Getty is still safe and secure , representatives said . A fire department investigation has shown that the blaze was likely started by a eucalyptus tree limb that fell into power lines. LAFD shared this image of a tree branch that fell on power lines and apparently sparked the Getty Fire on October 28, 2019 . Hand crews work a wildfire-damaged hillside as the Getty fire burns on Mandeville Canyon, Oct.
The plea was filed by V Ponraj, a scientist who had worked with former president late APJ Abdul Kalam and was the Director, Technology Interface, at the Rashtrapathi Bhavan. A huge rescue operation was launched to try and save the tot. "The digging process has been stopped", Principal Secretary in the Transport Department J Radhakrishnan, who had been helping to oversee the operation, told reporters Tuesday.
Shocked Filipinos fled from a building as it collapsed during a 6.8 magnitude natural disaster in the Philippines this morning (October 29) in which at least two people died. There were no immediate reports of injuries. DZMM radio reported that power cables were seen swinging in Davao, while people rushed to open spaces, with some fainting because of fear.