In 2007, the Department of Corrections employed Mateen and financed his schooling at Indian River State College to become an officer. But it lasted only six months.
“It was unfortunate that decisions taken last year by the European Union to better handle the influx were not implemented” said Filippo Grandi.
Ahead of the June 23 referendum, Prime Minister David Cameron today warned that if Britain chooses to leave the European Union it would be a “big mistake” and would lead to “debilitating uncertainty”…
In the days following the slayings of 49 people at a gay nightclub, members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community pulled together in prayer vigils and benefit drag shows and basked in a broad showing of support many said they had never experienced.
The estimated total number of displaced from Fallujah in just the last three days is now at a staggering 30,000 people, the Norwegian Refugee Council said.
The second International Day of Yoga was celebrated across major Australian cities including Canberra and Melbourne with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull hailing yoga as one of India’s gifts to the world.
The Consulate General of India in Shanghai along with Wuxi Municipal People’s Government on Sunday organised the second in the nine city celebrations of the second International Day of Yoga in Eastern China Region of Wuxi.
At least 47 Talibani militants were killed while 41 others wounded during an operation in the restive Uruzgan province in southern Afghanistan.
Senior Taliban leader Mawlavi Alam was killed in an ambush of the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces in western Herat province of Afghanistan.
The death toll from flash floods and landslides in Indonesia has risen to 31, an official said today, as search crews scour devastated villages in the hope of finding survivors.
US government agencies should avoid using religiously-charged terms like ‘jihad’, ‘sharia’, ‘umma’ and instead employ “plain-meaning” American English…
The latest opinion polls showed the ‘Remain’ camp recovering some momentum, although the overall picture remains one of an evenly split electorate.
The finance ministry estimated in May that a vote to leave the EU would mean the economy would be 6 percent smaller within two years than if Britain voted to stay in.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has warned of the dangers of embracing “leave” campaigner Nigel Farage’s vision of Britain and its role in the world…
About 64 per cent of those surveyed in age group of 16 to 50, said they would support a permanent end to the infamous annual event.
The campaign to decide Britain’s membership of the European Union restarted on Sunday after a three-day hiatus following the killing of lawmaker Jo Cox, with Prime Minister David Cameron warning that Britons faced an “existential choice” on Thursday.
The findings suggest that though news media coverage shows some improvement in how Clinton was covered compared with previous research regarding representations of female politicians, the conversations still employ stereotypical feminine frames, including questioning Clinton’s proficiency as a leader, researchers said.
A wildfire fed by parched land and high winds spread in southern California on Saturday, forcing hundreds of people to leave their homes as the blaze…
The invisible thread that links assets as diverse as gold, bank stocks, the Japanese yen and government bonds would be yanked sharply by Brexit, an event the Bank of England said on Thursday risks “adverse spill-overs to the global economy”.
Britain votes on June 23 on whether to stay in the 28-member bloc, a choice with far-reaching consequences for politics, the economy, defence and diplomacy on the continent.
Speaking at a theater at the Treasure Island hotel on the Las Vegas strip, Trump referred to ”an insurgent group” trying to deny him delegates at the party’s July convention.
Festivals and parades went ahead under increased security in cities such as Chicago, Columbus, Ohio; and Providence, Rhode Island, a week after a gunman fired on a crowd at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando. The attack left 49 people dead.
“Yes, we must be prepared for a bumpy ride, but we should hold our nerve. This vote may be the only opportunity we shall ever have to call a halt to the onward march of the centralising European project,” the newspaper said in an editorial.
At least nine hostages were released from a prison run by the Taliban militants in Afghanistan’s southern Helmand province.
At least 21 militants were killed and 20 others wounded during an operation conducted by the Afghan National Army forces in northern Baghlan province of Afghanistan.
Central banks are ready to intervene if Britain votes to leave the European Union (EU) at a referendum next week, ECB Governing Council member Ignazio Visco was quoted as saying on Saturday.
Russian federal investigators said on Saturday they had opened a criminal case against the country’s former anti-doping chief on charges of abuse of office, a day after world athletics’ governing body upheld a ban on Russia for systematic doping.