Qalibaf criticised the Rouhani administration, saying social and environmental problems remained unsolved because of "Your weak management. Your old and traditional management."
The talks in Malta highlighted sharp differences on ties with Turkey after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's victory in a referendum to reform the constitution gave him increased powers
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres earlier this month called for Morocco and the Polisario Front.
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov told the Security Council that China's proposals to re-start talks with North Korea should be seriously examined and that sanctions alone would not work.
Ukraine's Interior Ministry reported Friday that it had received a copy of the Russian request from Interpol
Imran Khan told his supporters that Sharif will resign soon
Moments after the attack the burning shell of a car could be seen sending up a plume of thick black smoke as police fired into the air to disperse a small crowd.
It is unclear how much the venture cost, and some experts have questioned whether the ambitious project makes economic sense.
Navy Capt. Jeff Davis said the US military is investigating to see if they were accidentally killed by ground fire from Afghan commandos or other American forces.
Obama spokesman Eric Schultz said that former U.S. President accepted the invitation to speak because health care is "an issue of great importance to him.''
The Chinese government has not released details of the charges against Phan-Gillis.
The state is one of about a dozen that run its own online exchange where residents can buy these subsidized plans.
The man alleged in a February lawsuit that Trump's first travel ban halted his efforts to bring his wife and daughter to safety.
The man was convicted of conspiring to import and distribute male enhancement pills illegally that contained the drug found in Viagra, the US Department of Justice said in a statement.
Six people were wounded in the blast that took place in Karrada
Charmaine Yoest, who actively supported Trump in his campaign, will serve as assistant secretary of public affairs at HHS.
"When they say we didn't vet, well Obama I guess didn't vet, because he (Flynn) was approved at the highest level of security by the Obama administration,'' Trump said
EU leaders will give a political endorsement to what Irish and EU legal experts say is the position in international law of such territorial changes.
Chairing a ministerial meeting of the UN Security Council Friday, Tillerson declared that "failing to act now on the most pressing security issue in the world may bring catastrophic consequences."
Tensions between Myanmar's overwhelmingly Buddhist population and the Muslim minority spread after violent conflict broke out between ethnic Rakhine Buddhists and Muslim Rohingya in 2012
"My red line is I don't meet with diplomats who come to Israel and give legitimacy to fringe groups that wrongly accuse our soldiers of war crimes and undermine the security of Israel," Netanyahu said.
A 43-year-old Japanese man, a 40-year-old Japanese woman and a 39-year-old man from the US were arrested Friday in Berlin
The US military in recent months has been conducting "a sustained campaign to kill Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula leaders and other operatives in Yemen."
The Egyptian petroleum ministry was not immediately available for comment.
Richard Dabate killed his wife at their Ellington home two days before Christmas in 2015, according to Connecticut State Police
Many of the industries Donald Trump singled out for special attention, like coalminers, steelmakers and oil companies, face major market trends and commodity price fluctuations that he can do little to change.
The Carl Vinson entered the Sea of Japan on Saturday, where it completed naval drills with two Japanese warships dispatched from Sasebo, an MSDF spokesman said
Pianist, vocalist and New Orleans native Harry Connick Jr. closed out the festival's largest venue while Aaron Neville's distinctive voice shut down the Blues Tent
Using an obscure 1996 law known as the Congressional Review Act, Republicans have passed 13 resolutions killing Obama-era regulations on energy, the environment, gun control, education, family-planning funding and corruption.
The vote in the Chamber of Deputies was 371 in favor and seven against with 11 abstentions.
The Washington Post, citing the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) data, said the majority of the immigrants with traffic violations were convicted of drunk driving
Kiran Andhavarapu was sentenced to 20 months in prison and 3 years of supervised release
The North Korea missile test came a day after the Trump Administration praised China for having prevailed over Pyongyang in not carrying either nuclear test or missile test.
ASEAN and China are hoping to this year agree on a framework to create a code of conduct over the South China Sea, 15 years after committing to draft it
The spiritual leader of the world's 1.3 billion Christians will lead mass for some 30,000 believers in a stadium on the outskirts of Cairo.
Trump says he goes to his clubs instead because they have "hundreds of acres" and streets stay open.