One day after top House Republican Kevin McCarthy came out against the commission, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has also expressed opposition, raising hurdles to Senate passage more than four months after the violence.
Ali Sherif al Emadi has been minister of finance in Qatar since 2013 and sits on the board of its powerful $300 billion sovereign wealth fund, the Qatar Investment Authority. He is also chairman of the board of directors of Qatar National Bank.
In Netflix’s newest drama, a woman seeks out her husband to tell him the news of their child’s death. As her quest progresses, she ends up becoming an invisible killer who falls deeper and deeper into trouble.
A US-based Muslim advocacy group filed a court petition against the social media giant on Thursday, claiming the company has failed to police derogatory anti-Muslim content.
Hundreds of demonstrators take out marches and rallies across the country against a proposed law that would give police extra powers to curb protests.
The shooter, whose motivations are so far unknown, sustained a gunshot wound and was taken to hospital, police lieutenant Jennifer Amat has said, adding the suspect was in a critical condition.
The bomb plot in 2000 was one of several attempts on Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s life in a wave of violence by extremist groups that were angry at her secular stance at the time.
Three prominent advocacy groups from France, Russia and Syria file criminal complaint in Moscow against mercenaries over the 2017 beheading of a man believed to have deserted from the Syrian regime.
Central bank chief Riad Salameh has led the entity since 1993. His role came under scrutiny after Lebanon’s financial system collapsed in an unprecedented crisis in 2019.
Official Dutch statistics showing that as of September 2016, a shocking 13,169 children under 10 were registered in the country as having "unknown nationality", many of them born in the Netherlands.
Footage shows Police Senior Master Sergeant Jonel Nuezca shooting Sonya Gregorio and her son Frank at point-blank range outside their house in Paniqui after a heated confrontation.
Criminals see the coronavirus pandemic as an opportunity to defraud people by sending malware apps, selling Covid-19 related counterfeits and targeting elderly people, according to a Europol report.
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