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Saudi women to be allowed into stadiums from 2018


Women in saudi are not allowed to do sport in public. In September, Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud signed a royal decree which allows Saudi women to drive cars, for the first time in history of the country. In July, activists of Human rights were praised a decision by the ministry of Education allowing girls to play sports in public schools. His "Vision 2030" plan for social and economic reforms seeks primarily to wean Saudi Arabia off of its dependence on oil exports, but also ... Lire la suite »

Collins: Clinton camp needs to fully explain dossier payment


Until that happens, Russian Federation - and everybody else interested in humiliating the USA - will keep coming back to do more harm. Russian state company Rosatom sought to buy controlling interest in Uranium One . The Washington Free Beacon was initially founded as a project of the conservative nonprofit group Center for American Freedom, as an alternative to liberal news sites run by progressive nonprofits. Lire la suite »

Prisoners 'will be allowed out to vote' in government U-turn

According to the Sunday Times , ministers have been informed of a proposal to allow those criminals who are let out on day-release to head to polling stations. It has been reported that the United Kingdom government is to allow some prisoners to vote following a 12-year wrangle with European judges, reported The Independent . Lire la suite »

Raj Thackeray visits injured leader, MNS continues 'drive' against hawkers


Malad police said they have also recorded some videos of Nirupam's interactions with hawkers, and, as alleged by MNS leaders, they are checking if the Congress leader instigated the hawkers to attack MNS workers. Rane claimed that he had come to show his solidarity as a fellow Marathi had been attacked. After my speech, the MNS activists tried to attack the hawkers. Lire la suite »

Safeguard Chinese territory near Arunachal border, Xi tells herders

In a direct message to the herdsmen living on the Chinese side of the Tibet-Arunachal Pradesh border, President Xi Jinping encouraged them to set down roots in the border area and also safeguard, China's integrity. Fresh off the 19th CPC Congress, Xi told the family that the party would continue to lead people of all ethnic groups towards better lives, the report said. Lire la suite »

Philippine leader says someone should talk to Kim Jong Un


It can be recalled that during his visit, he announced a five-year, US$800 million assistance package to "promote economic and infrastructure development". North Korea will be high on the agenda when leaders of the four nations meet their Southeast Asian counterparts in Manila next month, he said. Abe was able to see President Duterte's residence in Davao City during his trip. Lire la suite »

Dr Farooq Abdullah is NC President, again


Home minister Rajnath Singh has already made it clear that Sharma would decide whom to engage with for a resolution of the Kashmir issue. "And if New Delhi wants to win the hearts and minds of the people of Jammu and Kashmir, it must restore the autonomy to the state", said former chief minister, Farooq Abdullah, after being re-elected as the NC president at its delegate conference which was held here after a gap of 15 years. Lire la suite »

Weather: Stormy Sunday bringing fierce winds and downpours


The National Weather Service says the rain should start early Sunday and become more intense as the day goes on. Heavy downpours are expected at times, and a total of 2-4 inches of rainfall is expected. "State agencies have taken precautionary measures to prepare for this weekend's storm and keep communities safe no matter what Mother Nature sends our way". Lire la suite »

Lynx on the loose after escape from wildlife park


A park spokeswoman said the lynx had been spotted by a police helicopter on Sunday evening but they would have to wait until Monday to pinpoint her again. Lynx are able to travel around 12 miles per day, but staff at the zoo believe she will not have gone far. "We'll be putting out camera traps around the perimeter of the zoo", said the spokeswoman. Lire la suite »

Cheeseburger emoji: Where does the cheese go?


The tweet ignited a debate about where the different ingredients of a cheeseburger belong. The 45-year-old Indian American said on Sunday he will "drop everything else we are doing and address (the matter) on Monday" after an author pointed out on Twitter that Google's emoji places the cheese at the bottom, while Apple shows it on top. Lire la suite »

More than 100 Turnbull decisions threatened by High Court ruling


Labor believes there is now a lot of legal doubt over the decisions Mr Joyce made when he was in parliament. Legal experts have told Labor that the likelihood that decisions made between October 20, 2016, and last Friday "will be challenged is high", but the Opposition says it's unlikely to launch any challenge. Lire la suite »

Ferrari FXX-K Evo Is Maranello's Latest Winged Beast


The FXX-K Evo can be attained in two ways; existing FXX-K owners can upgrade their cars with the FXX-K Evo package or the vehicle can be bought outright as part of an "extremely limited run". The ultimate pursuit of speed should never be limited by a lack of downforce to keep a auto on the road. This, in turn, also protects the diffuser from turbulence and allowing the auto to have 5-percent more downforce. Lire la suite »

Spurious hooch tragedy claims four lives in Bihar


Eight policemen, including the Station House Officer (SHO), have so far been suspended in connection with the case. At least four persons died and two others were battling for life on Saturday after consuming spurious liquor at Danwar village in Rohtas district of Bihar, which was declared a dry State in April a year ago. Lire la suite »

Murder victim found in East York apartment


October 28. The victim, who has not been identified, was located suffering from serious injuries and died shortly after officers arrived at the scene. The death was subsequently deemed to be "suspicious" and on Sunday morning, police confirmed that homicide investigators have taken over the case. An autopsy revealed the cause of death was "stab wounds to the torso". Lire la suite »

Korea carries out mass evacuation, blackout drills

Still, the report noted what some analysts say that allowing Kim's regime to acquire the ability to develop a missile capable of delivering nuclear warheads to the continental United States would be of even greater risk than the outbreak of regional war. Lire la suite »

PSG-Nice: Dante "en colère", mais ce n'est pas la crise


Le buteur de l'OGC Nice , auteur de sept réalisations en neuf matches depuis le début de la saison, a également tressé des louanges à un autre attaquant du Real Madrid, Karim Benzema: "Quand je parle avec mes amis de football et des meilleurs attaquants d'Europe, je pense souvent à Karim Benzema". Lire la suite »

Detroit Red Wings-Florida Panthers: How to watch tonight's game


The longtime Red Wing did eventually offer a more detailed analysis of Detroit's shortcomings, pointing to the frequency with which the team is finding themselves in the penalty box. Detroit's undisciplined play and careless penalties certainly did them no favors, as Tampa Bay scored twice on six power play opportunities. We probably gained momentum from the kills because we had done such an excellent job, and then we take a too-many-men penalty that's totally inexcusable, 100% inexcusable. Lire la suite »

Congress leader Ahmed Patel writes to Rajnath Singh seeking impartial probe


In a letter dated October 28 to Home Minister Rajnath Singh , Mr. Patel wrote, "As an MP, who has taken oath to uphold the sovereignty and integrity of India, I call upon you to take cognizance of the matter and as the Home Minister of India instruct the relevant law enforcement agencies to take this investigation to its logical end in an impartial and objective manner". Lire la suite »

Kushner visited Saudi Arabia unannounced to discuss Mideast peace


He previously visited in May and August of this year, on publicly announced trips to the country. Add Trump Administration as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Trump Administration news, video, and analysis from ABC News. The White House refused to give any further details on his visit, only saying in a statement that Kushner, Powell and Greenblatt 'recently returned from Saudi Arabia'. Lire la suite »

Saudi Arabia will allow women into sports stadiums next year


On Sunday, the General Sports Authority announced on social media that it was "starting the preparation of three stadiums in Riyadh, Jeddah and Dammam to be ready to accommodate families from early 2018". During Saudi Arabia's national day celebrations last month, women were allowed to enter stadiums for the first time. In a rare public appearance last week at an investor summit in Riyadh, Prince Mohammed pledged a "moderate" Saudi Arabia , long seen as an exporter of a brand of puritanical ... Lire la suite »