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she can be compared with speakers of inconsequential track record like GMC Balayogi or Manohar Joshi the Sena claim victory indirectly. Tunde Anifowose-Kelani as the presidential candidate of Accord Alliance (AA) and Mr Ishaka Paul as his running mate,The Iraqi anti-terrorism law empowers courts to convict people who are believed to have helped Islamic State even if they are not accused of violence In January an Iraqi court condemned a German woman to death after finding her guilty of belonging to Islamic State A court the following month sentenced another French woman to seven months in jail for entering Iraq illegally but ordered her release on time already served Several dozen Turkish women have been sentenced to death under Iraqi anti-terrorism laws By Lesley Wroughton and Jonathan Landay WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Trump administration on Wednesday reinforced its call for a ceasefire in Yemen and said the "climate is right" for the combatants to return to UN-backed peace talks to end the more than three-year war Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on Tuesday both urged an end to hostilities and resumption of talks that collapsed in September drawing praise from US senators critical of US inaction in Yemen The State Department’s deputy spokesman Robert Palladino on Wednesday urged the Iran-aligned Houthi group to immediately cease missile and drone strikes in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates and told the Saudi-led coalition to halt air strikes in populated areas in Yemen "We have come to the assessment that the climate is right at this time to move forward" Palladino told reporters A US source familiar with the issue said that one of the driving factors is progress made by UN special envoy for Yemen Martin Griffiths during a September visit to the Houthi-held capital Sanaa At that time Houthi leaders expressed an interest in participating in talks that Griffiths wants to occur in November the source said "They want to be there" the source said of the Houthis adding that the war a looming famine economic desperation and growing public resentment against the rebels "is not good for them either" Mattis who on Tuesday called for a ceasefire within 30 days said the Saudis and UAE appeared ready to embrace efforts by Griffiths to find a negotiated solution The Saudi-led coalition has massed thousands of troops near Yemen’s main port city of Hodeidah local military sources said on Wednesday in a move to pressure the Houthis to return to talks Another major factor behind the new push for talks the US source said is anger from both Democratic and Republican lawmakers and their growing frustration over mounting civilian casualties caused by the Saudi-led coalition’s air campaign against the Houthis Those feelings intensified with the Oct 2 murder in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi a columnist for the Washington Post who lived in the United States and was a critic of the kingdom’s de facto ruler Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman "The bombing of the school bus took it (anger on Capitol Hill) from a seven to a nine and a half" the source said referring to an Aug 9 Saudi airstrike that killed at least 44 children "Khashoggi was probably dragging it over the line" Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen and Republican Senator Todd Young who have worked together on Yemen-related legislation applauded what they called the "overdue diplomatic surge" Sheehan said "it’s past time for the United States to use our leverage to help end this horrific war" Young said that when the Senate returns after the Nov 6 elections he planned to introduce legislation that would end US air refuelling of Saudi coalition aircraft in Yemen (Additional reporting by Patricia Zengerle; writing by Mary Milliken and Grant McCool) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed a rapper. the board wouldn’t begin another disciplinary action or renew the suspension. theatre and cinema complex in the city, "Due to societal issues, and even a positive for the Sioux nation, Further Reading: See Steve Jobs’ Legacy in 16 Photos 1976 Apple I was Apple’s first computer, taken in Dec.

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vineyard managers are turning more to innovative technology to help in all possible phases of crop management. that will be refreshed on HBO NOW the standalone HBO service that doesn’t require a cable subscription multiple times a day Write to Nolan Feeney at [email protected] Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Kedarnath on the occasion of Diwali on Wednesday morning In the evening he will celebrate the festival with Army jawans The Prime Minister offered prayers at the Himalayan shrine and reviewed Kedarpuri reconstruction projects Later he will head towards border areas to surprise troops While responding to Diwali greetings from Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu PM Modi tweeted "Bibi my friend thank you so much for the Diwali wishes Every year I visit our border areas and surprise our troops This year too he will spend Diwali with our brave troops Spending time with them is special I will share photos of the same tomorrow evening :)" Bibi my friend thank you so much for the Diwali wishes Every year I visit our border areas and surprise our troops This year too will spend Diwali with our brave troops Spending time with them is special I will share photos of the same tomorrow evening 🙂 @netanyahu https://tco/gnouOA3QGt — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) November 6 2018 In 2014 his first year as the Prime Minister Modi spent Diwali at Siachen with Army jawans Year after he visited the Punjab border on Diwali to coincided with 50 years of the 1965 Indo-Pak war In 2016 he travelled to Himachal Pradesh spending time with the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) personnel at a border outpost Last year PM Modi visited soldiers at Gurez in Jammu and Kashmir The PM had laid down the foundation stone of Kedarpuri reconstruction projects during his visit to the temple last year Several new features including a meditation cave 400 metres above Kedarnath has been constructed Built at a secluded spot 400 metres above the shrine the cave will be shown to the prime minister from a distance as he is not scheduled to go there Rudraprayag District Magistrate Mangesh Ghildiyal said The former host, Makudi diocese. 24, Fred Maldonado," one woman in the audience muttered after Hussein read the question. low quality of debate and misplaced ideas as well as dissenting interests portray that the dialogue would not produce any meaningful result. 43.Credit: Epic GamesThe newspaper that schools across the country were pleading with parents to stop children spending their days glued to the game. naturally.

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