As grief enveloped the town, a glimmer of joy came in the form of four-year-old Mohammad Nadim Bangi, who was rescued around 1 pm, almost 19 hours after the collapse. There were around 40 flats in the building, officials said, adding those rescued were shifted to a local hospital at Mahad, which is around 170 km from Mumbai .
The Kushner-led trip is the second of two high-profile Mideast trips by US officials, following Secretary of State Mike Pompeo , who is in Bahrain on the third stop of an itinerary that began in Israel and Sudan . "With respect to the F-35 or any military hardware or infrastructure, I keep reminding people that it is important to know that the UAE and US's military and security relationship is robust and has been there for decades".
About 500 U.S forces remain in northern Syria after a sharp reduction in troops that were initially there to drive out Islamic State militants from all their strongholds in the country. Gen. Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, called Gen. Valery Gerasimov, the chief of the Russian General Staff by telephone on Wednesday to discuss the incident.
While we all try to balance, remember and respect the guidelines in place for COVID-19 protection, we must remind ourselves that other safety surrounding students, schools, parking lots and transportation can not be forgotten. The board will not be staggering start times for secondary students, as they will only be in class on alternate days. That means secondary students will now take one class all day, rather than two.
But the overwhelming majority of UN Security Council members hold that the USA move does not constitute a "notification" as envisaged in Security Council Resolution 2231, which endorsed the Iran nuclear deal. So it is likely to ignore the USA demand as well. "We took note of the converging views expressed clearly by 13 of the 15 members of the Security Council on that matter", Ambassador Anne Gueguen said.
He said the figure has improved from 363 tests per million per day on August 1 to more than 600 tests per million per day. At 9:30 AM on this day, the COVID-19 tally in the country has reached 31,67,324 cases, which include 7,04,348 active cases; 24,04,585 cured, discharged, or migrated patients, and 58,390 deaths .