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“The Democrats don’t care about our military – they don’t – and they don’t care about our borders, and I don’t think they care much about crime,” US President Donald Trump said.
“Once we start talking, the United States will know that I am not a person to launch nuclear weapons at South Korea, the Pacific or the United States,” Yoon quoted Kim as saying.
“Reckless just doesn’t cover it. It is a racist culture and it’s a product of a racist culture. Theresa May was the architect of this hostile environment and [Home Secretary] Amber Rudd is her faithful servant,” Frances Webber said.
Matthew Urhoghide, a PDP senator from Edo state, and Chukwuka Utazi, a PDP lawmaker Enugu state, were among the opposition lawmakers who pushed for the ousting of Buhari, while some of their colleagues on the other side disagreed.
United Nations experts have reportedly raised concerns over the treatment of black and other ethnic minorities in police custody in the UK, according to the Independent newspaper. UN report found that ethnic minorities are three times more likely to be tasered than white people.
Democrats will likely have to take some Republican-leaning districts like this one to recapture the house, and doing so will require winning over Trump voters.
U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein said in a statement that in the past four weeks, 42 Palestinians had been killed and more than 5,500 wounded along the fence in Gaza, with no reports of Israeli casualties.
A new era of peace is beginning, according to a declaration signed by the leaders of North and South Korea after their first meeting in over a decade.
The former minister filed a motion on notice on November 16 before Justice Hussein Baba-Yusuf for the enforcement of his fundamental rights which he claimed EFCC violated.