The aviation giant announced on Wednesday it has suffered $1 billion after two deadly Boeing 737 MAX crashes. The company officials said they need to win back consumers' trust again.
The 23-year-old South Korean won last month's LPGA Founders Cup, captured her first major crown earlier this month at the ANA Inspiration and could claim her third title in five starts this week at par-71 Wilshire Country Club.
The UN Security Council approved the resolution as thirteen countries voted in favour while Russia and China abstained after intense last-minute negotiations and additional changes in wording.
The US President's meeting with Twitter CEO came hours after Trump complained that he would have more followers "if Twitter wasn't playing their political games."
The company announced its latest plans during an investor conference on Monday. But sceptics doubt Tesla can pull it off.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says the United States is not extending any waivers exempting importers of Iranian oil from US sanctions and there will be no grace period for those economies to comply.
The Trump administration is expected to tell five nations, including Turkey, they will no longer be exempt from US sanctions if they continue to import Iranian oil. Last week, a senior Turkish adviser said Ankara expected an extension on its waiver.
The protest leaders had planned to name members of a civilian body to take over from the ruling military council which took power on April 11 after ousting veteran leader Omar al Bashir.
The 'commander' of the group, which posted videos showing their members holding migrants, was arrested on a federal complaint charging him with being a felon in possession of firearms and ammunition.
A senior party official says those arrested include the acting head of the National Congress Party, ousted President Omar al Bashir's former first deputy and former aide.
Spain's Socialists led in a poll published on Saturday with 30.3 percent of votes, equivalent to between 122 and 133 seats in the 350-seat parliament.
Twelve students and a teacher were killed on April 20, 1999, when two teenagers armed with an assortment of weapons and home-made bombs went on the rampage at the school, whose name has become synonymous with school shootings.
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