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Kulbhushan Jadhav has been killed by Pakistan ?

Salve, who represented the country in the World Court, said India had a lot at stake in it and that he felt a positive energy and connect with judges while arguing the matter in which Pakistan did not seem to have the same. A statement issued by Pakistan's attorney general in response to the ICJ's order said the status of Jadhav's case had not changed "in any manner".


Venezuela once more in the grip of protests

Venezuela once more in the grip of protests

The protests were triggered by a government move to nullify the opposition-controlled congress in late March, but have morphed into a general airing of grievances against the unpopular socialist administration. Vice President Tareck El Aissami announced Thursday night via his Twitter account that pharmacist Luis Lopez was replacing Caporale at Maduro's request.


The $0.82 EPS Expected for LaSalle Hotel Properties (LHO) This Quarter

The $0.82 EPS Expected for LaSalle Hotel Properties (LHO) This Quarter

Credit Suisse Ag accumulated 302,281 shares or 0% of the stock. Next Gp owns 2,779 shares. Northwestern Mutual Wealth Company has 0% invested in Summit Hotel Properties Inc (NYSE:INN) for 233 shares. Its the same as in 2016Q3. Brookfield Asset Management Inc. bought a new position in shares of LaSalle Hotel Properties during the third quarter worth about $95,793,000.



Mrs. Trump visits Brussels children's hospital, art museum

During President Donald Trump's trip to the Vatican, the first lady visited the hospital. Mrs. Trump met with a group of young children of the Bambino Gesu Hospital in Rome where she took time to color, read and chat with the group of ill children.


Trump orders Justice Department to launch review of leaks after United Kingdom complaints

Trump orders Justice Department to launch review of leaks after United Kingdom complaints

British Prime Minister Theresa May said she would discuss the leaks with President Donald Trump at a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit. Prosecuting only a small number of leakers would send a strong message in protecting classified information, said Jordan Sekulow, executive director of the American Center for Law and Justice, a conservative government watchdog group.


Former S.Korean president denies charges in court

Former S.Korean president denies charges in court

Park, handcuffed and in a navy suit, appeared at the Seoul Central District Court escorted by correctional officials. Park faces 18 charges including extortion, bribery and abuse of power - all of which she denies. "There were no monetary gains she could have had personally from the establishment of the two foundations, as no individuals could freely take funds from the foundations", said Yoo, referring to two sporting foundations formed to support Park's policies.