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by | July 13, 2019 | 14:11

Conservative Party leadership candidate Boris Johnson was heckled during a hustings event as he tried to defend his involvement in the resignation of former United Kingdom ambassador to the US Sir Kim Darroch . Almost a week after the cables were leaked, Basu's announcement of the investigation ended with a pointed call to the media. Meanwhile, Mr Johnson has defended his comments in the ITV debate, after he was accused by angry Tory MPs of throwing Sir Kim "under the bus".

by | July 13, 2019 | 13:13

The video concludes with one of the shocked women turning away from the two grown men on the floor and saying, "Oh my god, I just wanted bagels". "Shut your mouth! You're not God, or my father, or my boss", the angry man said while pointing in the other man's face.

by | July 13, 2019 | 13:12

On Tuesday, ahead of the official-level trade talks, President Donald Trump had warned India that its high tariff regime was not acceptable to the US. Both the sides will hold comprehensive dialogue on July 12 in the commerce and industry ministry, the official added. On Friday, both sides sat for formal discussions to find ways on the contentious issues but neither side said much in their press statements despite three hours of negotiations.

by | July 13, 2019 | 13:10

Pro-democracy activist Leung Kwok-hung (梁國雄) accused Lam of being arrogant, saying that she has shown no remorse and refused to say that introducing the legislation was a mistake. Bowing to the demonstrators, Chief Executive Carrie Lam came close to admitting defeat by calling the controversial legislation "dead". "We want to ask Carrie Lam, when are you going to speak the truth?" Speaking to media after attending yesterday's event, Tam Yiu-chung, the sole Hong Kong member of the ...

by | July 13, 2019 | 12:26

He said Eduardo Bolsonaro is a friend of U.S. President Donald Trump's children, speaks English and Spanish and has experience overseas. Eduardo would must resign as a congressman if he did occupy the discipline of ambassador. Carlos Bolsonaro, another son of the president and a Rio de Janeiro city councilman, has taken a role in his father's social media communications and stirred controversy by attacking members of the Brazilian Cabinet.

by | July 13, 2019 | 11:42

Also raising political temperatures are Trump-ordered nationwide raids targeting people in the USA illegally expected to start this weekend, according to administration officials and immigrant activists. At the hearing, the NY freshman along with Rep. Rashida Tlaib (Mich.) and Ayana Pressley (N.Y.) gave testimony regarding their recent trip to the border.

by | July 13, 2019 | 11:23

Despite looking like paradise at first glance, the lake in Novosibirsk - nicknamed the Siberian Maldives - is actually an industrial dump. The statement , which noted that the artificial lake had become a "star of social media", cautioned people against touching the water and stressed that swimming is prohibited.

by | July 13, 2019 | 11:12

In the said resolution, it was also stated that the Philippines government shall cooperate with the United Nations investigators and refrain "from all acts of intimidation or retaliation". "We will not accept a politically partisan and one-sided resolution so detached from the truth on the ground". "It reeks of nauseating politics completely devoid of respect for the sovereignty of our country, even as it is bereft of the gruesome realities of the drug menace".

by | July 13, 2019 | 10:59

She claimed the judge was blackmailed into convicting Nawaz without any evidence and had admitted that. However, in a press statement the following day, the judge refuted the accusation and dubbed the video as a "conspiracy hatched to affect his credibility".

by | July 13, 2019 | 10:17

Officials were still urging greedy drivers on Wednesday to stop blocking the roadway as "THERE IS NO MORE MONEY!" police said in another post. Georgia cops were pleasantly surprised when several Good Samaritans turned in thousands of dollars that spilled out onto a highway earlier this week after the side door of an armored truck suddenly opened.

by | July 13, 2019 | 10:03

Mrs May conceded she could have talked to more colleagues to get her withdrawal deal through the House of Commons. "It's because prime ministers should only make promises they know they can deliver". "Do you know what's in 5C?" the interviewer asked. "It is because parliament may try and take a no-deal Brexit off the table altogether and so I think - my commitment is that I think I'm the best person to get a deal and if we get a deal it will be on or around the 31st of October but I can't ...

by | July 13, 2019 | 08:51

The facility closed in January, but US officials said a new facility is going on the same site to house as many as 2,500 adult migrants. As if in counterpoint to Democrats' testimony, Pence and eight GOP lawmakers toured a border station in Donna, Texas, a vast collection of air-conditioned, interconnected tents built in May to temporarily handle 1,000 migrants and now holding 800.

by | July 13, 2019 | 08:49

No group has claimed responsibility for the wedding-party attack, although both the Taliban and IS militants are active in Nangarhar Province. Malik Noor, the pro-government militia commander targeted in the attack, and two of his sons were among the dead.

by | July 13, 2019 | 08:46

At the moment all Twitter APIs are impacted by the ongoing outage, after Twitter initially reported that only Volume Streams & PowerTrack were affected by degraded performance issues. You can see a map of the outages below. Twitter posted an explanation on its status page blaming an "internal configuration change" that it was fixing.

by | July 13, 2019 | 08:45

He has to decide whether they have to be disqualified or not, only then resignation and other issues will come in. He said prior to accepting resignations, the Speaker was bound by rules to inquiry and ascertain whether the resignations were voluntary or were being tendered because of payment of money or through coercion.

by | July 13, 2019 | 08:28

Cele rejected the call to use the army just four days ago when addressing members of the community after the murders of 13 people last weekend. He said the people of the Western Cape needed the army "because they want safety". 'We believe that by the time that time comes, we would have normalised the situation and we'll sustain that through normal policing, ' he said. More than 20,000 people, or 57 per day, were murdered in South Africa past year.

by | July 13, 2019 | 08:12

Maja Kocijancic, spokeswoman for EU Foreign Affairs & Security Policy, in a press conference said: "The Commission and European External Action Service have this week put forward options to the Council on appropriate measures to be taken in response to Turkey's drilling activities in the eastern Mediterranean".

by | July 13, 2019 | 06:44

Authorities on Friday said a suicide bomber rammed a vehicle loaded with explosives into the popular Medina hotel in the port city of Kismayo, which was followed by a gunfight. "We management the hotel now". Somali Journalsits Syndicate (SJS) condemns the barbaric attack targeting journalists and other members of the public in the hotel.

by | July 13, 2019 | 06:23

Peter Dutton says the government will not pursue an Indigenous voice to parliament. Conservative government MPs are resisting the creation of an indigenous voice to parliament. "If we go to a referendum and we don't have the support of our people, and we don't have the support of the majority of Australians nor the majority of the states, we lose it ..." We can not do that.

by | July 13, 2019 | 03:56

Yonhap quotes its source as saying that "the White House, when working-level talks begin, wants to set the conditions whereby they can begin the process of North Korea's denuclearization", and that the potential deal is important "as it allows the USA and the North to test their intentions and build trust, but in a way that furthers denuclearization and sanctions relief".