Khamenei also voiced support for continued talks with Iran's European partners in the nuclear agreement who are preparing a package of economic measures to offset the U.S. Trump has threatened to impose sanctions on Iran . During a joint press conference with the Austrian chancellor, the Iranian president slammed as illegal the USA withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear agreement, saying Washington's move benefits no one.
The heavily redacted documents were released after a week of developments following the United States president's meeting on Monday with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki. Robert Mueller's investigation is ongoing, but so far has not proved any evidence of collusion between President Trump and Russian officials to interfere in the 2016 presidential election.
At least ten people injured in the shooting have been transported to various hospitals, CNN reported. The victims have been sent to trauma centers throughout the city, Russell says. Steinhauer said she was told that four to six people were shot. They said a young girl is one of the nine victims, while local media reported that the victims were "spread across several blocks".
Even the North's return to the USA of the remains of American soldiers killed in the Korean War (1950-53), described as "immediate" on June 12, appears more complicated - with Pompeo now saying it may take place in "the next couple of weeks".
The US wants to avoid disrupting global Crude Oil markets as it reimposes sanctions against Tehran and in certain cases will consider waivers for countries which need more time to wind down their Crude Oil imports from Iran, US treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said .
Democrats attempted to subpoena Trump's interpreter, Marina Gross, to learn what was discussed during the meeting, but the order was shut down by House Republicans on Thursday. Putin indicated he would permit American law enforcement officials to observe questioning by Russian officials of the indicted Russians and vice versa for Russian investigations.
In an interview with CBS News' Jeff Glor airing Wednesday evening, Trump expressed confidence in US intelligence agencies and said he agreed with their assessment. He answered "no" without elaborating. Just like I consider myself to be responsible for things that happen in the USA, he said. Handley, who retired as a chief petty officer, said she started serving under President Ronald Reagan.
It did not specify the condition of the soldiers. Israeli artillery units shelled several positions allegedly associated with Palestinian resistance group Hamas , which has governed the Gaza Strip since 2007. Tension along the fence has been simmering for months, at times erupting into violence. Israel's government and army rarely comment on ceasefires in the enclave, but a military spokeswoman said civilian life should return to normal in areas next to Gaza.
He says, "I thought it was a disgrace to our country". And following the president's press conference, Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats again reaffirmed that the intelligence community's assessment remains unchanged. But Putin's spokesman said he hopes the summit is a "baby step" toward fixing the two country's relations. Russian Ambassador Jon Huntsman said recently that the meeting itself is a deliverable.
He also hit back at Rahul Gandhi for his act of walking across the aisle, and asking him to get up for a hug. Now, it is a big test for Narendra Modi's government that how it would tackle the no-confidence motion. But the Prime Minister did not move and tried to shake hands instead. "In the interviews, the French President had said that commercial details of the Rafale deal can not be revealed", she said.
Israel's parliament has passed a controversial law characterising the country as principally a Jewish state, fuelling anger among its Arab minority. In another statement , the PA Foreign Ministry said that by approving the new law, Israel has "officially declared itself an apartheid state". A statement issued by the Arab Joint List, the major Arab political grouping and third-largest party in Israel, called on "the countries of the world and worldwide organizations to pressure the ...
A photo illustration blending portraits of President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin is Time magazine's latest provocative cover image. But he says Trump "is not making the problem better". In Moscow , Putin slammed Trump's domestic opponents as "pathetic, worthless people" who were "ready to sacrifice Russian-American relations for their own ambitions".
The news conference, to be held in a government building, will be the first opportunity the members of the team have to speak directly to the media, though video of them was released previously. The team's youngest member, who goes by the name Titan, added, "I had no strength". "When I'm starving, I don't think of food otherwise it'd make me more hungry".
President Donald Trump said Wednesday he holds Russian President Vladimir Putin "responsible" for Russian interfering with the US election in 2016, even as he declined to call him out as a liar in an interview with CBS News Wednesday.
In a short video taken by Malaske from a dock, the duck boat can be seen wallowing through the choppy, wind-whipped lake, with water only inches from its windows. "They were coming back toward land". Asked whether the passengers and two crew members had time to put on life jackets, Pattison said, "We don't know that yet".
Mr. Putin has also signalled in the wake of his summit with Mr. Trump that he and the U.S. President reached several agreements, but neither Mr. Trump nor the White House have confirmed any substantive agreements between the two countries.
Russian Federation has agreed to help the US negotiate with North Korea, President Donald Trump said Wednesday ― the same day a summit between Moscow and Pyongyang was announced. However, they said that dialogue was contingent on the condition that North Korea give up its nuclear weapons. There are reasons to think Russian Federation is at least somewhat amenable to the idea of denuclearizing North Korea, and they might want it badly enough to stick with the program even if the USA refuses ...
The District Attorney's Office said an autopsy found the baby died from a combination of methadone , amphetamine and methamphetamine that was transmitted through Jones' breast milk . According to charging documents, Jones says she had been breastfeeding the baby but had switched to formula three days earlier, saying the infant wasn't getting enough milk from breastfeeding.
The problem is not that we have failed to make the case for a free-trade agreement of the kind spelt out at Lancaster House . He was quoted by the Telegraph as saying: " Theresa May has got a lot of great qualities - I am not sure if it is the right leader at the right time".
According to Lavrov, the decision particularly concerns small and medium-sized companies. "Everyone agrees that this [US sanctions - Ed.] is an absolutely illegal and unacceptable policy, but, of course, this can hardly be changed and there will be enough struggle in trade, economic and political spheres", the minister said.