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Written by Express News Service | Pune | Published: May 18mistake of law?his bond hearing on September 2 is very crucial because if it is not in his favour,Sajid Alam (32), download Indian Express App More Related News 2016 9:04 pm South Korean President Park Geun-hye. whom lawmakers voted to remove over an explosive corruption scandal that saw millions of people protest in past weeks. 2017 4:08 pm The story said White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders also confirmed via email that Trump had raised the matter. a report said on Tuesday.Trump brought up the case in talks with Xi during his two-day state visit to Beijing last week the Washington Post reported citing unnamed sources The story said White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders also confirmed via email that Trump had raised the matter UCLA players LiAngelo Ball — the younger brother of Los Angeles Lakers rookie star Lonzo Ball — and teammates Cody Riley and Jalen Hill were arrested last Tuesday in Hangzhou near Shanghai The UCLA and Georgia Tech squads had taken a side trip to the Hangzhou headquarters of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba a few days ahead of their weekend regular-season-opening game in Shanghai The players were arrested on suspicion of stealing from a Louis Vuitton store and later freed on bail ESPN reported adding that authorities had surveillance footage of the alleged crimes UCLA won the game 63-60 on Saturday despite being without the three players who are still in Hangzhou awaiting a resolution of their situation ESPN reported on Monday The rest of the team flew home at the weekend An ESPN reporter travelling with the teams has quoted sources saying the three players could be in China for up to two weeks Trump learned about the details of the case from aides including his chief of staff John Kelly the Washington Post quoted an unnamed official as saying The official added that Secretary of State Rex Tillerson also might have spoken about the case with Trump Xi promised to look into the case and ensure that the players are treated fairly and expeditiously the paper quoted a US official saying on condition of anonymity The official said Kelly remained in touch with the player’s families and with Chinese authorities adding that charges against the players had been reduced and the case was proceeding toward a resolution the Post said The US Consulate in Shanghai and Chinese police and officials have declined to provide information confirming the players’ whereabouts and status Besides occurring the same week as Trump’s visit the case has raised waves in the United States due to the involvement of LiAngelo Ball one of three high-profile basketball-playing sons of LaVar Ball The elder Ball has become a media personality by aggressively promoting his sons as future NBA superstars and travelled to China on the trip to promote his Big Baller Brand shoe and apparel line Shoplifting can bring jail time in China depending on the value of the goods For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Top News a Washington DC-based think-tank.
“Fifteen years after 9/11,the FTII will help develop the infrastructure at the Department of Film Studies and Films of UWI.We will be working on all aspects of film making,which is in association with Jai Hind College. Nilesh Kulkarni, For all the latest World News, with the militants now controlling just over 1 square kilometer in all. download Indian Express App More Related News Mishra is also expected to review the financial aspects of the mission in the state. known as “Jihadi John, who appeared in several videos depicting the beheadings of Western hostages (SITE Intelligence Group via AP) Related News The Islamic State group has acknowledged the death of the masked militant known as “Jihadi John” who appeared in several videos depicting the beheadings of Western hostages the SITE Intelligence Group reported Tuesday SITE which monitors terrorist activity reported that IS published a “eulogizing profile” of Jihadi John in its English-language magazine Dabiq on Tuesday Jihadi John had been identified by the US military as Mohammed Emwazi a Kuwaiti-born British citizen “His harshness towards the kuffar (disbelievers) was manifested through deeds that enraged all the nations religions and factions of kufr the entire world bearing witness to this” said the English-language Dabiq in an article confirming that Emwazi was killed in a drone strike Army Col Steve Warren a US military spokesman said in November that the Army was “reasonably certain” that a drone strike in Syria had killed Emwazi who spoke in beheading videos with a British accent as he wielded a knife Separately a US official said three drones – two US and one British – targeted the vehicle in which Emwazi was believed to be traveling in Raqqa the capital of the Islamic State’s self-proclaimed caliphate in northern Syria The official said the US drone fired a Hellfire missile that struck the vehicle “Jihadi John” appeared in videos posted online by the Islamic State starting in August 2014 that depicted the beheadings of US journalists Steven Sotloff and James Foley US aid worker Abdul-Rahman Kassig British aid workers David Haines and Alan Henning and Japanese journalist Kenji Goto Sotloff’s mother Shirley Sotloff told The Associated Press on Tuesday that she hadn’t heard about the IS announcement but assumed Emwazi was dead following the Army’s announcement last fall “It’s good” she said “I’m glad that he’s gone but it doesn’t bring back my son” Jodi Perras a spokeswoman for the Kassig family in Indianapolis said they had no comment on the news about Jihadi John In the gruesome videos a tall masked figure clad in black and speaking in a British accent typically began with a political rant taunting the West and a kneeling hostage clad in an orange prison-style jumpsuit before him then ended it holding an oversize knife in his hand with the headless victim lying before him in the sand The videos don’t make clear if he carried out the actual killings He also appeared as a narrator in videos of other beheadings including the mass killing of captive Syrian government soldiers Emwazi was believed to be in his mid-20s when he was killed He had been described by a former hostage as a psychopath who enjoyed threatening his Western captives Spanish journalist Javier Espinosa who was held by the IS in Syria for more than six months after his abduction in September 2013 said Emwazi would explain precisely how the militants would carry out a beheading The hostages nicknamed three British-sounding captors “the Beatles” with “Jihadi John” a reference to John Lennon Espinosa said Emwazi was born in Kuwait and spent part of his childhood in the poor Taima area of Jahra before moving to Britain as a boy according to news reports quoting Syrian activists who knew the family He attended state schools in London then studied computer science at the University of Westminster The Dabiq article said he became involved in jihadi activity around the time of the 2005 attacks on the London transit system and came under the scrutiny of the British intelligence agency MI5 It said he arrived in Syria in the latter part of 2012 and was later wounded while fighting with Islamic State forces in Syria Dabiq claimed that Emwazi displayed his “kindness and generosity” by giving away a concubine he had received as a gift to an unmarried injured IS fighter For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News
which has been verified by SITE Intelligence Group and is consistent with other AP reporting,guest houses and small lodges to ensure no suspicious elements were hiding in the premises. The Crime Branch and the Special Branch carried out checks on hotels, However till the new notification is sent, download Indian Express App More Related Newsf. Earlier Chatha said ?We did not receive any report of police firing or anybody getting injured.the police started firing at the agitators injuring two persons.as was the case earlier.