“The White Helmets,” a 40-minute documentary, marks first Oscar win for director Orlando von Einsiedel. The film revolves around the “perilous work of volunteers who brave falling bombs to rescue civilians from the carnage of Syria’s civil war,” the description on its Netflix page says.
“A decision to withdraw would be a misguided and shortsighted step that could significantly set back UN efforts to protect human rights around the world,” Charbonneau wrote in a statement published on the HRW website.
#قسنطينة#الجزائر جريحان في صفوف الشرطة كحصيلة أولية عقب العملية الانتحارية بجانب مقر الأمن الحضري 13 بباب القنطرة#constantine#algeriapic.twitter.com/CMImPr81bv— FADEL ZOUBIR (@FADELZOUBIR) 26 февраля 2017 г. The assailant reportedly intended to blow himself up inside the police station, but fell short of the target after being stopped by a vigilant police officer, who fired shots at the perpetrator, “precisely targeting the explosive belt carried by the terrorist,” TSA reported, citing Directorate General for National Security (DGNS), Algeria’s civil police.
The organization, which holds various competitions for the military, is among the world’s largest sporting committees. The Military World Games is just one of its multi-sport events, having been held since 1995.
“For the Nokia 3310, we just couldn’t resist. We wanted to reward loyal Nokia phone fans and make a statement that rich heritage, innovation and modern design can go hand-in-hand,” Juho Sarvika, chief product officer of HMD Global, told the Mobile World Congress conference in Barcelona, according to The Telegraph.
Rickie Fowler saw an ambitious putt find the wrong target on his way to an unusual bogey during the final round of the Honda Classic.
SYDNEY, Australia — Roger Terry and his wife, Grace, have little interest in quilting, fishing or book clubs. Instead, they meet with other retired friends each Tuesday at a disused sports center to build coffins, a hobby that has gathered followers across
MEXICO CITY — With a panel of senators questioning him, the billionaire investor Wilbur L. Ross stayed on message: If confirmed as President Trump’s commerce secretary, he would protect American workers and tear up bad trade deals that harmed American industry.