- June 22, 2017
The probe is looking into whether Jane falsified bank documents in 2010 in an attempt to secure a $10m loan to expand the college’s campus
The message contained an Arabic symbol and was written mainly in the black and white used in the flag of so-called Islamic State
Rescue workers and the air force were helping passengers at the scene
People were seen descending on the numerous stalls and they joined in activity that included fairground rides, miniature golf and laser clay pigeon shooting.
After first iftar dinner in 1805, the White House started yearly ritual in 1996, under former First Lady Hillary Clinton
A 42-year-old woman was arrested and is in custody, police say
Ten more bodies were recovered by on Sunday, bringing the death toll to 25
The death toll is likely to increase
The lawmakers said the bilateral economic relationship ‘severely underperforms’ as a result of India’s failure to enact market-based reforms
The UN voiced alarm at the rising death toll among civilians in the fighting
The explosion took place on Friday in the Cucunuba municipality in Cundinamarca province
Journalist organisations around the world have expressed their outrage at the threats to al-Jazeera
A team of West Bengal police is jointly working on this investigation with the NIA team in Agra.
The fire was swiftly brought under control by firefighters
Prince Salman was appointed earlier this week by his father, the Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud.
The London Fire Brigade said it had found a number of fire safety issues at the Chalcots Estate in Camden, north London, and advised that residents should leave the building until they were resolved.
However, on behalf of the Government of West Bengal, Education Minister Partha Chatterjee strongly condemned Chamling’s move
The landslide swept over 46 homes as dawn broke at around 6am in Xinmo village in Maoxian county
Saudi ministry said that three cells had planned the attack
EU leaders also want to replicate their migrant deal with Turkey which, despite rights and legal concerns, has drastically reduced the number of people crossing the Aegean Sea