US lawmakers agreed to pass a bill imposing new sanctions on Russia and barring President Donald Trump from easing sanctions on Moscow without Congress’ approval.
Duda said while he agreed with the government on the need for an overhaul of the judiciary, the proposed measures were not in line with the constitution.
US ambassador Joseph Yun’s trip to Myanmar underlined continuing US worries over North Korean links that date back to Myanmar’s decades of military rule.
Six teenagers from a Burundi robotics team have been reported missing after the Global Robotics Competition, and two were seen entering Canada, police said.
The Indian national Montu Barot, 30, and Indian-American Nilesh Pandya, 54, have pleaded guilty in the multi-million call centre scam involving 54 individuals and 5 India-based call centres.
Chinese and Indian soldiers have been locked in a face-off over road-building in the Dokalam area of the Sikkim sector for over a month.
A group of seven Indian students has bagged two awards at the first global robotics Olympiad in the US where 157 countries participated.
Last month, US officials announced new security requirements for all airlines rather than an expansion of the laptop ban.
Congressional efforts to do away with Obamacare threatens leaving millions of Americans without any health insurance.
It’s unlikely the administration has either the will or the means to roll back the full suite of Obama-era reforms.
The lawsuit said that some US Customs and Border Protection agents referred to President Trump’s tough immigration policies when turning away asylum seekers.
The sanctions which were placed on part due to Sudan’s human rights record, was temporarily lifted by Barack Obama, but the decision to make it permanent has been deferred by the “very concerned” Trump administration.
While the UK-based war observatory confirmed the news, Russia and US are still unable to publicly confirm or deny the death of the elusive ISIS leader.
UNHRC established the inquiry in March, but Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar’s foreign minister, has rejected the allegations and opposes the mission.
The Arab states claim that the publication of the previously secret accord between Riyadh and Doha showed Qatar broke a promise not to meddle in the affairs of Gulf countries.
Washington has said it is ready to use force if need be to stop North Korea’s weapons programs but it prefers global diplomatic action to avert catastrophe.
The US, Britain France and others pledged commitment to a decades-old Non-Proliferation Treaty instead, boycotting the talks.
Thursday’s flight from Guam came as US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping likely prepare to meet on the sidelines of the G20 summit.
By running amok in conflict zones since taking power, Trump might have finally inspired lawmakers to revoke the post-9/11 congressional war authorisation.
Canada’s government would pay Omar Khadr around C$10 million ($7.7 million) and offer a formal apology for abuses he suffered as a Guantanamo inmate.
“We don’t dare come out of our houses…. There is death everywhere, the stench of death, of destruction. It’s terrifying.”
Nikki Haley told the Security Council that North Korea’s actions were “quickly closing off the possibility of a diplomatic solution.”
The decision on an investigation, which ICC prosecutor Fatou Bensouda said was “imminent,” was pushed back due to “substantial” new information from Kabul.
Etihad welcomed the decision and credited a facility at Abu Dhabi International Airport where passengers clear US immigration before they land in the US for “superior security advantages” that had allowed it to satisfy US requirements.
The feud erupted last month when Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt severed diplomatic and travel ties with Qatar, accusing it of supporting terrorism and being an ally of regional foe Iran.
US President Donald Trump urged Republican senators in a tweet to repeal Obamacare immediately even if they cannot agree on a new plan to replace it.
Police officers across the US shot 492 people dead in the first half of 2017, on track to approach 1,000 such incidents for the third year in a row.
The new security measures were designed to prevent expanding an in-cabin ban on laptops, and could require additional time to screen passengers.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel promised to combat climate change at the G20 summit next week in a challenge to US President Donald Trump.
The warning was based on intelligence indicating Syria prepping for such a strike, and Defence Secretary Jim Mattis said, “It appears that they took the warning seriously”.
Iraqi forces started their push into the Old City of Mosul, which is the de facto capital of the ISIS ‘caliphate’, engaging militants dug in among civilians.
Russia denounced the warning and dismissed the reports of a strike was being prepared as “unacceptable”.
In the seventy-third episode of Jan Gan Man Ki Baat, Vinod Dua discusses PM Modi’s US visit and how we are living in an “undeclared emergency”.
Issues such as the “protectionist” policies of Modi’s “Make in India’, the H1B visa system for Indians and a ease of business policies to be in contention.
The deal, which had reached a bit of a stalemate due to liability issues, is now likely to move forward with US support.
Schulz also believes that in light of this, the European Union needs to make its response stronger through concrete policies.
Modi’s two-day visit to Washington, where he will be meeting US President Donald Trump for the first time, begins on Sunday
The Russian diplomat said Moscow was ‘obliged’ to cancel high-level meeting after the US included 38 entities to the sanction list against activities in Ukraine.
The US has asked China not to do business with North Korea and clamp down on their ‘illicit’ nuclear and missile programmes.
Faced with a rising tide of popular discontent and pressure from the US and Mexico, the OAS looks to chastise a belligerent Venezuela which accused the member nations of being “lapdogs of imperialism”.