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Mattis, 66, enlisted in the military in 1969, was promoted through the ranks for his performances in the first and second Gulf wars and the Afghanistan War.
Tejesh Kodali, who lives in New Jersey, had admitted that he was recruiting foreign nationals by enrolling them in fake New Jersey college to maintain their student visa.
Leaders of the biggest opposition Minjoo Party, along with People's Party and the Justice Party met to discuss Park's removal after the president asked the parliamentary court to decide on her resignation.
The bodyguard, who police said was in his 40s, initially shot his 32-year-old employer Ong Teik Kwong in his car, Mior Faridalathrash Wahid, Penang district police chief, told AFP.
President Park Geun-hye's visit to a rural market came as opponents in parliament squabble over whether to impeach her.
Although Najib did not specify the date of the elections, the prime minister said the polls would be the determiner whether the UMNO-party led government would remain in power or people would choose a new government led by opposition DAP.
Assange, 45, has been at the Ecuadoran embassy in London since 2012, having taken refuge to avoid being sent to Sweden where he faces a rape allegation that he denies.
The light beams emanate from banks of spotlights on the Canadian side of the Falls, lighting up the Horseshoe and American Falls that, along with the Bridal Veil Falls.
Pakistan's Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria said that they welcome Trump's desire to play a role in the resolution of long-standing issues.
The regulation has been passed and it states that women are entitled to a paid maternity leave of 365 days, and their husbands can take one-month leave.
"But, according to President Vladimir Putin, we are ready to make our part of the way to stabilize the Russian-U.S. relations," Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said.
Units of police backed by the army and raided IS hideout in Dashna Lagat village, they killed few militants and their commander Jahid.
A cedar coffin containing the remains of revolutionary leader Fidel Castro was taken out of Cuba's Defence Ministry and pulled by a green military vehicle for the more than 800-kilometre procession.
Pakistan Railway Minister Khawaja Saad Rafique told the National Assembly that they don't need bullet trains as there is any market for it and also that the Chinese had advised against it.
Brennan warned "it could lead to a weapons programme inside of Iran that could lead other states in the region to embark on their own programmes, with military conflict".
Thailand Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan said that Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn has already "informally" accepted to ascend to the Thai throne as King Rama X.
The regular violence insurgency usually fails to grab international headlines but a spate of bomb attacks on tourist sites in August sharpened the focus on the conflict.
The Nobel Peace Prize winner did not mention the violence in Rakhine state, but told a business forum in Singapore that multi-ethnic Myanmar needed to achieve stability to attract more investment.
Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal of United Arab Emirates took twitter to express his views and wrote, "Stop the debate: Time for women to drive."
US Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton who lost the presidential race to Donal Trump had made a rare post-poll appearance at the UNICEF’s annual Gala to surprise singer Katy Perry.