The request for recounting came after an alleged rigging whereby key oppostion leader, Nasralla’s earlier lead suddenly started narrowing, post a period of 36 hours that saw no updates from the election tribunal
North Korea’s foreign ministry blamed the drills and “confrontational warmongering” by US officials for making war inevitable.
So far, only 34% of the $434 million pledged has been disbursed.
With Trump’s Jerusalem Move Setting Off Violent Ripples, Palestine Looks to India for Stronger Statement
India’s statement did not directly refer to the two-state solution or East Jerusalem, which is India’s traditional position on Palestine – and it was noticed.
After an anti-air pollution drive left many without heat, China’s government has relaxed a ban on coal across 28 northern cities.
Now that former President of Yemen Ali Abdullah Saleh is dead, Iran’s direct support for the Houthis can grow in importance in the coming months.
The ban proposes to make exceptions for the people from the targeted countries to apply for a visa for tourism, education or business purposes as well as also allowing any applicant to ask for an individual waiver.
House and Senate negotiators will need to work out differences on issues ranging from business taxes to the repeal of the Obamacare mandate that Americans obtain health insurance or face a penalty before lawmakers can pass a final version.
The countries have declined to shelter asylum-seekers despite an overall drop in arrivals due to tighter borders and projects beyond the EU’s frontiers to discourage migration to Europe.
Reuters identified 104 deaths involving Tasers behind bars, nearly all since 2000 – 10% of a larger universe of more than 1,000 fatal law enforcement encounters in which the weapons were used.
Trump Jr. answered the “overwhelming majority” of questions from committee members in his hours of testimony.
While guaranteeing rights to unborn children who join EU parents after Brexit, PM May also managed to secure agreement for the British citizens to live freely in any member state after Brexit.
Quitting a year ago due to losing a referendum on his planned constitutional reforms, the former PM aimed to return back to power in the elections due this May.
Referring those sharing their stories of assault and harassment, “silence breakers”, the Times Editor-in-Chief called the #MeToo movement, “the fastest moving social change”.
The UN Security Council will meet on Friday over US President Donald Trump’s decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
India’s response was muted, with no reiteration of its long standing position on East Jerusalem being the future capital of Palestine.
Any suggestion of providing basic rights to the Ahmadiyyas is enough to trigger massive protests and even riots among Muslim extremists.
Saakashvili, the Ex-Georgian leader, who was in detention on the suspicion of ‘assisting a criminal organisation’, called on his supporters to remove the current Ukranian President from his office.
Justice Anthony Kennedy voiced concerns about endorsing discrimination against non-heterosexual people, but also about anti-religious bias.
French President Emmanuel Macron’s popularity rose above 50% for the first time since he was elected in May.
The Meerbusch fire department said up to 150 passengers were on the train and five people suffered injuries.
On Tuesday, Venezuela’s powerful former oil czar Rafael Ramirez said he resigned from his job as UN envoy on orders of the President of Venezuela.
A representative of the Detroit area, Conyers endorsed his son as his replacement post his resignation from the US House of Representatives.
The UN defines genocide as acts meant to destroy a national, ethnic, racial or religious group in whole or in part.
Called ‘Thomas Fire’, the blaze broke out on Monday evening and had burnt more than 50,000 acres until Tuesday evening
Deutsche Bank has lent the Trump Organisation hundreds of millions of dollars for real estate ventures and is one of the few major lenders that has given large amounts of credit to Trump in the past decade.
The European Commission will present a package of ideas aimed at making the 19 countries sharing the euro more resilient to potential future crises.
The bombing took place in Phramongkutklao Hospital in Bangkok, popular with military officers, soldiers and their families.
The international community does not recognise Israeli sovereignty over the entire city, home to sites holy to the Muslim, Jewish and Christian religions.
Besides creating jobs, the tourism industry can build a positive image for the country, leading to a ‘virtuous circle’ of benefits.
On a state visit to Beijing, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau struck a deal that will weave climate action into a potential trade agreement.
Democratic leaders in Congress accepted an invitation to meet US President Donald Trump and Republicans for talks to avert a government shutdown this week.
The Irish position on refusal to ‘diverge from rules on British mainland’ amounted to a major contention before optimistic Theresa May could secure a deal on the Brexit impasse.
Before the free schools came up, a large number of refugee children were not getting an education because their parents could not afford the fees.
According to a HRW report, Iraqi judiciaries are violating the rights of ISIS suspects with flawed trials, arbitrary detentions under harsh conditions and broad prosecutions.
The ruling will leave the leaders of Catalonia’s biggest secessionist groups behind bars during campaigning for the December 21 election.
If Trump made such a move, it could spark demonstrations or violence by Palestinians or by Muslims around the world.
Mattis, on a one-day visit to Pakistan, said the South Asian nation had made progress in the fight against militancy inside its borders but needed to make more.
The move comes days after the Southeast Asian nation suspended a government programme to immunise hundreds of thousands of children with Dengvaxia following Sanofi’s findings released last week.
The ban will now go fully into effect for people from Chad, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen seeking to enter the US.