The drug, JCAR015, was being tested by Juno in adults with relapsed acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, a rare and deadly blood cancer.
Abdalfatah H. A., 35, is suspected of being a member of the al Qaeda-linked Nusra Front and of being involved in the killing of 36 Syrian government employees.
The economic cost of imposing visa restrictions on millions of US tourists and business travellers who visit EU each year is a major disincentive.
Prosecutors argue the widow of a gunman who killed 49 people at a gay nightclub in Florida is a threat to the community and a flight risk.
Some 1.5 million refugees have fled fighting and famine in South Sudan to neighbouring countries, half of them to Uganda, and thousands more are leaving daily, the UN refugee agency said on Thursday.
Military service was the norm for young Swedish men during the cold war but conscription was gradually watered down after the collapse of the Soviet Union.
The trial of Mubarak, who was toppled in one of the tumultuous uprisings which shook the Arab world, captivated viewers as he appeared in a courtroom cage on charges ranging from corruption to complicity in the murder of protesters.
ISIS is on the back foot in Syria after losing territory in the north to an alliance of US-backed, Kurdish-led militias and to Turkey-backed Syrian rebel groups.
Carried across the desert by her grandsons, under sniper and mortar fire, 90-year-old Khatla Ali Abdallah was one of thousands who braved the difficult and dangerous journey out of ISIS’s shrinking stronghold in the west of the city.
The opposition and journalists have drawn the government’s ire by raising suspicion over a plan to allow Saudi Arabia develop a township on an inhabited atoll.
The case alleges that proceeds from corruption and political kickbacks were used to fund President Temer’s 2014 election campaign.
US Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he would stay out of any probe into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election but maintained he did nothing wrong by failing to disclose he met last year with Russia’s ambassador.
In 2015, the World Bank estimated Pakistan’s population at 188.9 million but the country still uses the official 1998 figure of 134.7 million.
Deniz Yucel, who holds both German and Turkish citizenship, was arrested on Monday on charges of propaganda in support of a terrorist organisation and inciting public violence
The rally was organised by left-wing trade union PAME, outside the Hilton hotel where government ministers and technocrats discussed reforms including cuts.
Opposition in the British parliament to launching the Brexit process, including a government defeat on Wednesday, may have put the April date in jeopardy.
ISIS has captured Palmyra, whose ancient ruins are a UNESCO World Heritage Site, twice during Syria’s six-year conflict, last in December 2016.
Dozens of asylum seekers held in a detention centre in Papua New Guinea have elected to accept cash from Australia to return to their home countries in the largest exodus from the South Pacific camp in four years.
By appointing generals to top political posts and hiking defence spending, Donald Trump is imperilling a cherished tenet of the US constitution: civilian control of the military.
US Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi called on Attorney General Jeff Sessions to resign on Wednesday after the Washington Post reported he failed to disclose two meetings he had with Russia’s ambassador before Donald Trump was inaugurated as president.
After years of falling homicide levels, Mexico is suffering a deteriorating security situation not seen since former President Calderon announced a war on drug gangs in 2007.
A judge cleared the way on Wednesday for the widow of the gunman who killed 49 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, to be released from jail.
A new video released this week purportedly by the ISIS group shows Uighur fighters training in Iraq.
Diplomats are still unsure how far apart some EU governments may be on the strategy post Brexit, though key players in Berlin, Paris and Brussels appear to be aligned.
The rapid start of construction was to be financed, according to the White House, with “existing funds and resources” of the Department of Homeland Security.
Britain’s upper parliamentary house dealt a defeat to Theresa May’s government, voting for a change to her Brexit plan, which says she can only trigger divorce talks if she promises to protect EU citizens’ rights.
Trump’s order will help the programme for promoting historically black colleges and universities (HBCUs) facilitate partnerships with government agencies.
South African lawmakers on Tuesday approved an anti-money-laundering bill that will increase scrutiny of the bank accounts of “politically exposed people”, three months after President Jacob Zuma sent it back to parliament over concerns of its constitutionality.
Pakistan said on Tuesday it would bar Islamist organisations from staging rallies commemorating a killer whom many religious groups consider a hero for assassinating a prominent politician who had called for the reform of blasphemy laws.
Nearly 3.3 million people in Yemen – including 2.1 million children – are acutely malnourished, the UN says. They include 460,000 children under age of five with the worst form of malnutrition, who risk dying of pneumonia or diarrhoea.
Trump made no mention of one of the main sources of European concern, his friendly overtures during the campaign toward Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The legal affairs committee’s decision will have to be backed by the whole parliament in a second vote, possibly this week.
The two women have told diplomats that they were unwitting pawns in an assassination that US and South Korean officials have said was organised by North Korean agents.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has long said she will seek to give Scots a second vote if they are forced into a “hard Brexit” that would end their preferential access to the EU’s single market and free movement of labour.
Trump denounced intelligence agencies for their assessment that Russia sought to influence the election on his behalf, prompting concerns about his support for them.
The resolution, vetoed by Russia and China, had aimed to ban the supply of helicopters to the Syrian government and to blacklist Syrian military commanders.
Candidates have to be democratically elected African heads of state or government who have left office in the previous three years at the end of their constitutional terms.
It was the first time the top generals directly addressed the mounting accusations of human rights abuses which, according to UN experts, may amount to crimes against humanity and ethnic cleansing.
In his address to the US Congress, Donald Trump called for national unity, avoiding a repeat of his attacks on Democratic opponents and media organisations.
Last year, UCSF entered into a $50 million contract over five years with India-based HCL Technologies Ltd to do the work.