Ivanka Trump's new Chinese trademark applications raise fresh concerns over family's business interests
Shocking police body-cam footage of shootings and other violent incidents is the source of outrage but a new study, which looks at hundreds of hours of the footage, finds black people are also treated differently during more mundane interactions with police.
PARIS Emmanuel Macron’s party is set to win the biggest parliamentary majority for a French president since Charles de Gaulle’s 1968 landslide, a survey of voter intentions for the coming legislative elections showed on Tuesday.
As all parties cranked up their messages on investment in police numbers following Saturday’s terrorist attack in London, Abbott was once again left red-faced, unable to point out which recommendations from a recent counterterrorism report she did not feel comfortable with.
DOHA/DUBAI Kuwait’s ruler will travel to Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, hoping to heal a damaging rift between Qatar and powerful Arab states over the former’ s alleged support of Islamist militants and of political and religious rival Iran.
Qatar’s Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani postponed an address to his country on the recent crisis on Tuesday in order to give Kuwait time to mediate in the ongoing crisis, Qatar’s foreign minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani told Doha-based Al Jazeera.
The video is shot entirely in what is presumably Knight’s constituency office in East Yorkshire. It opens with Knight in an ill-fitting jacket speaking awkwardly to a shaky camera, reading from a cue-card just to the left of the lens.
HUKOUMIYA, Syria The U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) said on Tuesday it had launched a battle to capture Raqqa, Islamic State’s de facto Syrian capital, piling pressure on the jihadists whose self-declared caliphate is in retreat across Syria and Iraq.