Global Media

Global Media Trump, Netanyahu discuss 'dangers' of Iran deal in phone call
Author: 0 Trump, Netanyahu discuss 'dangers' of Iran deal in phone call

And according to the prime minister's office, the two "spoke at length" about Iran and how to work together to counter the dangers of Iran's nuclear program. Moreover, Trump has repeatedly criticized the Iran nuclear agreement, saying that it is a "bad deal" and "disastrous for Israel". Police understand the scheduling difficulties and hope to be able to complete their questioning in both cases, but do not deny Netanyahu could be questioned again if investigators feel that Monday's session ...

Global Media EU Opens New Military HQ Despite Fears It Undermines NATO
Author: 0 EU Opens New Military HQ Despite Fears It Undermines NATO

To placate countries like Poland and the Baltic states that look to North Atlantic Treaty Organisation as a counterweight to possible Russian aggression, the mandate of the EU's new office is expected to be relatively modest. She spoke of a "certain pride" about the agreement. "Today we made an important step towards the European defense union". The EU has repeatedly issued reassurances that it is not going to undercut North Atlantic Treaty Organisation as the primary defence for Europe.

Global Media More snow for Vancouver
Author: 0 More snow for Vancouver

The Fraser Valley region is still under a snowfall warning , with anywhere from five to 10 centimetres of snow expected. Snowfall amounts will be highly variable. Snow fell overnight, hiding the blooming spring bulbs in gardens across the Lower Mainland and the Fraser Valley. The weather agency has also issued special weather statements for Metro Vancouver, the Sunshine Coast, part of Vancouver Island, Haida Gwaii and the north and central coasts as a result of the storm system.

Author: 0 Veteran prosecutor in line to oversee Russian Federation probe

That recusal put the power to oversee any justice department investigation of Russia's interference in the hands of the yet-to-be-confirmed deputy attorney general. Grassley dismissed calls for a special counsel as a partisan exercise because Democrats did not make the same demand of investigations into Hillary Clinton's email server and foundation.

Author: 0 Spurs' Kawhi Leonard does everything in closing seconds to beat Rockets

He started off the week by hitting a game-winning shot with 2.4 seconds remaining and scoring 31 points (11-22 FG, 6-6 FT) to go along with 10 rebounds, 2 assists and 3 steals in 34 minutes in a 100-99 victory against in on March 1. "Kawhi wanted it badly", said Gregg Popovich , according to ESPN's Michael Wright , "and he went in and took it". He's just insane. Leonard hit the go-ahead 3-pointer with 30 seconds left in regulation and then blocked James Harden on the next possession.

Global Media Nigeria is advising its citizens not to travel to the US
Author: 0 Nigeria is advising its citizens not to travel to the US

He says there are no reports of Nigerians being turned back at any U.S. airport. But the foreign affairs Minister, addressing Journalists on Tuesday in Abuja, stated that any source of genuine information relating to Nigeria on the foreign scene can only come from the Presidency or his Ministry.

Global Media Ross: January trade deficit numbers show 'much work to be done'
Author: 0 Ross: January trade deficit numbers show 'much work to be done'

The trade deficit with Mexico fell to $3.9 billion, its lowest level since July 2015, while the deficit with China increased to $31.3 billion from $27.8. The US goods and trade deficit increased to $48.5bn for January from $44.3bn in December. Imports increased $18.4 billion or 8.3%. January imports were $240.6 billion, $5.3 billion more than December imports.

Author: 0 House okays death penalty revival

But the lower house of the country's legislature voted overwhelmingly (216- 54) in favor of a bill to restore the death penalty for serious drug-related crimes. "We should have been allowed to explain", Atienza said. Alvarez said Lagman had all the right to go to the Supreme Court. The seven-member Makabayan bloc voted against the bill, saying that the death penalty is anti-poor; a historic tool for suppressing political dissent; vulnerable to corruption; and ultimately, an ineffective ...

Global Media EU's Tusk is 'Germany's candidate': Polish powerbroker
Author: 0 EU's Tusk is 'Germany's candidate': Polish powerbroker

He now enjoys the comfortable backing of most EU states to be reappointed for another 2-1/2 years as president of the European Council, responsible for chairing summits of EU leaders. Tusk has been sharply at odds with Poland's rightwing government, especially Kaczynski, over a range of issues including changes to state media and the constitution.

Global Media Iraqi forces fight ISIS in northwest Mosul suburb
Author: 0 Iraqi forces fight ISIS in northwest Mosul suburb

The museum was on a police list released on Tuesday of sites recaptured from ISIL, which also included Mosul's central bank building, which the fighter looted along with other banks in 2014, seizing tens of millions of dollars. Iraqi forces recaptured the eastern part of Mosul in January. Iraqi forces launched the operation to retake Mosul in October and began a push to retake the city's western half last month.

Global Media UN chief in Somalia on emergency visit to focus on famine
Author: 0 UN chief in Somalia on emergency visit to focus on famine

Her neighbor, Medina Mohamed, said she must divide her food to ensure her smallest children and disabled son are fed first. Guterres also visited Baydhabo town in south western Somalia where he was expected to visit a hospital and internally displaced people's camp.

Author: 0 Trump blames wrong president for most Guantánamo 'back to battlefield' releases

White House spokesman Sean Spicer acknowledged Tuesday afternoon that Trump had incorrectly blamed the Obama administration for the release of all 122 detainees who recidivated. At its height in July 2003 it held about 680 prisoners. Talking to PolitiFact for a related article in January, DePaul University counterrorism professor Thomas Mockaitis raised questions about the veracity of the numbers because of difficulties in monitoring the former detainees' and their activity.

Global Media Barcelona-PSG: Is it over for the Spanish club?
Author: 0 Barcelona-PSG: Is it over for the Spanish club?

So Barca face an extremely tough task, but I would definitely give them more chance of succeeding than Arsenal, who continued their poor form with a convincing defeat at Liverpool on Saturday and now look a million miles away from being a team capable of defeating the mighty Bayern Munich by four goals.

Global Media Logan Tops the Box Office with a New March Record
Author: 0 Logan Tops the Box Office with a New March Record

So strong was the word-of-mouth for this last outing of Hugh Jackman as Wolverine that the Monday box office was a solid $7 million. Fox took a risk by giving an R-rating to the latest installment of the "X-Men" universe, but it totally paid off.

Global Media Israel Beats Korea 2-1 in WBC Opener
Author: 0 Israel Beats Korea 2-1 in WBC Opener

Israel was considered the biggest underdog in the 16-nation field, being given odds of 200-1 before the tournament by Bovada sportsbook in Las Vegas. And who do we have to thank for that? So he's going to be eligible to pitch against the Netherlands on Wednesday. Cody Decker with Team Israel's good luck charm, Mensch on the Bench.

Global Media Wayanad horror: 7 minor girls sexually assaulted for over 2 months
Author: 0 Wayanad horror: 7 minor girls sexually assaulted for over 2 months

Police filed the complaint after the administrator of the institution approached the police seeking action against the youngsters. Three persons were taken into custody in connection with this case, police said. He instructed the authorities that all the residents of the orphanage be given proper counselling for their sound mental health. K.K. Shailaja, state minister for social welfare, told reporters in Thiruvananthapuram that the government would immediately start a thorough examination ...

Global Media Madhya Pradesh train blast terror attack: Bhupendra Singh
Author: 0 Madhya Pradesh train blast terror attack: Bhupendra Singh

The blast, which took place as the train was about to reach Jabdi station, damaged the glass panes in the general coach. Ujjain passenger which has been running on time has been surprised with a blast which left six injured. After the train came to a halt, smoke engulfed the coach, which caused panic among passengers who rushed out to save themselves. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has asked the state DGP, forensic experts, and officials of the Special Task Force and Anti-Terrorism ...

Global Media Mexico concerned by United States plan to separate detained families
Author: 0 Mexico concerned by United States plan to separate detained families

Tens of thousands of parents and children, many who are fleeing violence in Honduras and El Salvador, have been detained coming across the border. "Yes, I'm considering in order to deter more movement along this terribly unsafe network". Responding to such criticism, DHS claimed that removing children from their parents would prevent illegal immigration before it occurs. Former President Barack Obama attempted to stem the tide in part through detaining mothers and children, a highly ...

Global Media Arun Jaitley says Arvind Kejriwal's defamatory statements a deflecting tactic
Author: 0 Arun Jaitley says Arvind Kejriwal's defamatory statements a deflecting tactic

The finance minister replied in negative. Jethmalani reportedly pointed out that Kejriwal was only repeating what journalist Madhu Kishwar had already alleged. He is also said to have gone after Jaitley and asked him if there was any personal enmity he had with former cricketer Bishen Singh Bedi, who has leveled allegations of corruption against Jaitley.