The famed clock tower’s bells at the Houses of Parliament in London will not toll for a while, but when isn’t clear. The clock will keep ticking, most of the time.
C. Robert Cargill said his statement that a wish to avoid offending China contributed to removing Tibetan aspects of the Ancient One was only his personal musing.
The New York Times and Thomson Reuters shared the Pulitzer Prize for breaking news photography for coverage of Europe’s refugee crisis. Jessica Rinaldi of the Boston Globe won the feature photography prize for her story of a boy who endured abuse at the hands of those he trusted.
The projectile, believed to be a Musudan missile, crashed into the sea just seconds after launching, the South Korean Defense Ministry said.
Defeating cruelty requires a homegrown agenda.
The carmaker also said it had set aside about $7.9 billion for legal costs worldwide, indicating that it expected fines in the U.S. to be much lower than some analysts had estimated.
Celebrated primarily in Britain, the unofficial Ed Balls Day commemorates a former member of Parliament’s tweet of his own name.
The new law is aimed at limiting the work of foreign nongovernmental organizations and their local partners, mainly through police supervision.
Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour Party leader, suspended Ms. Shah for endorsing anti-Israel posts on social media before she joined Parliament.
The vice president will urge senior Iraqi officials to put their nation’s interests above sectarian, regional or personal ones.
The suspension of Ken Livingstone came a day after Labour’s leader, Jeremy Corbyn, disciplined another party member over anti-Israel posts on social media.
In what is being called the largest lion airlift ever, the big cats — together weighing more than 10,000 pounds — will make a 14- to 15-hour trip.