Jamal said Sabhan's claim was unsubstantiated and exclusively "aimed at undermining Iraq's image and questioning its ability to protect diplomatic delegations". intelligence agencies. Jamal alleged that Al Sabhan used his presence in Iraq to fan antipathy. Sabhan, responding to messages expressing solidarity with him after the Iraqi announcement, tweeted: "I am a servant of this (Saudi) leadership which is seeking to assist the truth and the well being of Muslims, may God preserve it".
The ruling is a dramatic escalation by the European Union executive Commission in its battle to have multinationals pay their fair share in the region, where popular outrage over corporate tax dodging has grown after years of financial crises and austerity budgets.
Although it's easier for company workers to get certified, there are still a list of rules and regulations to follow. A quadcopter drone with a small delivery. "When we look at the construction industry, really one of the most valuable shifts that's taking place is that drones open up a cost effective way to get very recent contextual data of a construction site", Randall said.
No group has yet claimed responsibility for the assault but suspicion is likely to fall on the Taliban. Three police officers and two security guards were also killed, the Interior Ministry said. The university website has not yet posted a response to the latest attack on its website . This is the second attack on the American University in the past month.
Kerry confirmed on his Twitter account that during the meetings were addressed security issues. John Kerry's visit took place at a time when there has been growing security concerns in Dhaka following the July 1 attack at the Gulshan café, in which 20 hostages, including 17 foreigners, were killed.
The United States is backing the Syrian Kurdish YPG militia in the fight against Islamic State. Turkey, part of the US -led coalition fighting the Sunni hardline group, considers the YPG to be a terrorist organisation and an extension of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK).