by | August 11, 2019 | 17:36

Both levels are too small to cause radiation poisoning. Greenpeace has cited data from the Emergencies Ministry that it said showed radiation levels had risen 20 times above the normal level in Severodvinsk around 30kms from Nyonoksa.

by | August 11, 2019 | 17:32

Mr Trump's tweets echoed earlier comments he made at a White House press conference, where he also called Hollywood racist. The president, a frequent target for criticism from celebrities, said Hollywood is "very bad" for the USA and accused it of trying to "inflame and cause chaos".

by | August 11, 2019 | 16:54

The poll of 2,003 adults in the United Kingdom conducted between the 8th and 9th of August found that when asked what Prime Minister Boris Johnson should do if he is unable to make changes to the Withdrawal Agreement - enabling it to pass the House of Commons - 46 per cent of respondents said he should "go ahead with Brexit on October 31st even if it means leaving with "no deal".

by | August 11, 2019 | 16:38

During that time, lawsuits began pouring in - first in 2008 from an anonymous woman seeking $50 million, saying she was forced to have sex with Epstein when she was a teen. Epstein allegedly told another of his accusers that he required "three orgasms a day" - that "it was biological, like eating". The documents that provide high-profile names were part of a 2015 federal defamation lawsuit brought by Epstein victim Virginia Roberts Giuffre against Maxwell.

by | August 11, 2019 | 16:09

Celebrating Eid-al Adha by sacrificing animals is very akin to the practice of self -sacrifice which is an act of offering gratitude to Allah. The All Progressives Congress APC has joined the Muslim faithful on the commemoration of Eid ul-Adha, urging Nigerians to use the period to pray for the nation and shun all divisive utterances of some unpatriotic elements.

by | August 11, 2019 | 16:09

It warned that staff deemed to support Hong Kong's "illegal protests" were banned from flights landing in mainland China or travelling through its airspace. "The Chinese side seriously urges the United Kingdom to stop its interference in China's internal affairs and stop making random and inflammatory accusations on Hong Kong".

by | August 11, 2019 | 15:41

For her part, Hanan Ashrawi, a senior official in the Palestine Liberation Organization, accused Israel of provoking religious and political tension. Police said four officers were wounded as Palestinian protesters threw stones and other objects at security forces, who responded with what they called riot-dispersal means, without providing details.

by | August 11, 2019 | 14:43

While discussing post-Brexit trade in Washington DC, the British Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs added in comments on Wednesday the reaffirmation that the country is Brexiting on that date saying: "This Cabinet is absolutely resolved, determined to leave the European Union by the end of October".

by | August 11, 2019 | 14:07

The US, which has increased its military forces in the region, has blamed Iran for blasts on several tankers near the Strait, a charge Tehran denies. "Security of the region is a common concern of Iran and the Gulf neighbors". In an undated image made from video provided by Stena Bulk, the British oil tanker Stena Imperio at sea.

by | August 11, 2019 | 11:40

Party leaders, on the condition of anonymity, told ThePrint that Chidambaram put forward Sonia's name at the marathon Congress Working Committee (CWC) meeting Saturday, after incumbent Rahul Gandhi was adamant on quitting and a stalemate ensued during deliberations on picking his successor.

by | August 11, 2019 | 09:32

The shooting came just hours before another mass shooting in Dayton, Ohio . Crusius has been in jail since surrendering. The suspected gunman has reportedly waived his right to an attorney and is freely sharing his confession with police.

by | August 11, 2019 | 09:23

Other European countries have yet to respond to the aid group's request for a solution to the impasse over the rescue ship. A new Italian law permits fines of up 1 million euros ($1.1 million) against the owners of rescue ships operated by nonprofit groups that enter Italy's waters without permission.

by | August 11, 2019 | 08:08

On Saturday, police fired volleys of teargas to disperse protesters after activists rallied across the city, with thousands occupying the airport arrivals hall. During the press conference, Lam announced that the government would soon take "bold measures" to shore up Hong Kong's faltering economy but once again failed to concede to any of the protesters' demands or offer solutions about how to put an end to demonstrations which are now going into their ninth weekend.

by | August 11, 2019 | 07:45

Anchondo previously told NPR that his family is Republican and his murdered brother had supported Trump. In the aforesaid picture, Paul's uncle, Tito Anchondo, stood beside President Trump. The president "wasn't there to be pushing any kind of political agenda", he said, describing "a private conversation between human beings". Mr Anchondo told the newspaper he "definitely" felt consoled after talking to the president.

by | August 11, 2019 | 07:31

Johnson says Britain must leave the European Union on schedule on October 31, with or without a deal with the bloc. Chancellor Sajid Javid tried to put the figures in a positive light: "This is a challenging period across the global economy, with growth slowing in many countries".

by | August 11, 2019 | 06:59

Fierce clashes resumed on Saturday in Yemen's southern port of Aden between nominally allied forces that have turned on each other, exposing rifts in a pro-government military coalition and complicating United Nations efforts to end the country's war.

by | August 11, 2019 | 05:59

Transport and communications infrastructure, homes and businesses suffered power cuts this evening in large parts of the country. "We will need to wait for National Grid's full technical investigation to get to bottom of that". "Recovery is then massively challenging, not just for users of electricity such as the railway companies but also the power system operators". Train services across England and Wales are facing reported delays and cancellations.

by | August 11, 2019 | 05:24

A full-fledged search operation had to wait as forces and rescue workers could not be mobilised to the spot due to heavy rain and landslides along the way. In neighboring Karnataka, home to India's tech hub Bengaluru, some 24 people have died in what chief minister B.S. Yeddyurappa said on Saturday were the worst floods in 45 years.

by | August 11, 2019 | 04:00

This photo shows a booking mug shot of Zachary Castaneda posted outside of the Garden Grove Police Department headquarters in Garden Grove , Calif., Thursday, on August 8, 2019 .Marcio Jose Sanchez / APOnline court records show Castaneda pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance while armed with a firearm, possession of an assault weapon and other counts in May 2014.

by | August 11, 2019 | 02:28

However, it isn't clear if Facebook was offering $3 million to each individual publisher or in total to all news organisations. These deals would let Facebook pull in headlines and previews of the articles from partner publications for display inside a "News" tab in the Facebook app, they said.