Tunisian national Anis Amri was stopped in his vehicle at about 3 a.m.by two police officers for a routine identity check, Interior Minister Marco Minniti told a press conference in Rome. Security sources say he is a 23-year-old migrant from Pakistan who came to Germany last year. The 25-tonne truck, belonging to a Polish freight company, smashed into wooden huts serving mulled wine and sausages, injuring about 45 people.
The ministry estimated that 37,500 people have been evacuated so far. "He said something about Aleppo and "revenge". TURKEY scrambled six pairs of fighter jets last night as tensions grow between the country and Russia following the assassination of a Russian ambassador.
According to the unnamed officials who spoke with NBC News, the intelligence was obtained from diplomatic sources, as well as spies employed by allies of the United States. Just a little over a month ago, Hillary Clinton, Harry Reid and other democrats suggested that FBI Director James Comey had acted criminally and with partisan intent.
There have only been six years in Caribou -1957, 1973, 1998, 2001, 2006, and 2010 - with less than an inch of snow on the ground. There have been reports that a 70mph "snowbomb" is heading to Britain just in time for Christmas. Unlike 2014 and 2015, it won't be warm enough to be a record breaker. There's also increasing evidence that global warming is changing the path of winter storms in the Northern Hemisphere.
This comes as thousands of civilians kept flooding out of eastern Aleppo toward government-controlled areas, and temporary shelters, where their identities are being scrutinised. "Not only the Syrian, not only the regional, but also the global situation will not be the same after the liberation of Aleppo", the president said.
Bush in 2000). Continuing years of long-shot efforts to reform the American electoral system, Harvard Law School professor Lawrence Lessig said Tuesday that at least 20 Republican members of the Electoral College may not cast their votes for President-elect Donald Trump.
During his campaign, Trump denounced a deal between Iran and major world powers aimed at curbing Tehran's nuclear capabilities in exchange for the lifting of some worldwide sanctions. Still, Tillerson has said he is hopeful such operations will resume once sanctions were removed. Even some key Republican legislators are anxious about Tillerson.
Ravi Ashwin (six for 55) was the appropriate enforcer for India, with his brilliant spin variations, as England lasted only 33 minutes on the way from 182 for six to 195 all out - having lost their last six wickets for just 15 runs. We haven't got anything on the platter. "Kohli!" reverberated around the stadium and out across the Arabian Sea, India's darling walked to the middle to take his guard.
The 10-minute conversation with President Tsai Ing-wen, which Trump described as a congratulatory call, was the first time a U.S. president has spoken to Taiwan's leader since Washington established diplomatic relations with Beijing in 1979.
A map provided by the Syrian army showed a quickly shrinking opposition enclave - a pointed leaf-shaped territory in the centre, abutting already government-controlled Aleppo districts. Russia's defence ministry said that after civilians left, government forces would continue to "liberate" eastern Aleppo . They said around 500 seriously wounded civilians needed to leave immediately and should be given passage to a safe area of countryside to the north of the city.
More than 30,000 of the estimated 275,000 residents of the besieged eastern enclave have fled to western Aleppo . Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov said a serious discussion with the USA does not seem to be working out. Kerry, taking part in his last North Atlantic Treaty Organisation foreign ministers meeting in Brussels on Tuesday, said he would work for a relaunch of peace talks between the Syrian regime and the opposition with the help of President Bashar al-Assad's ally ...
If the Constitutional Court will approve the requirement Park will become the first democratically elect South Korean head of state who will not finish its five-year mandate. Accusations against Park include violating her duty to uphold the constitution and abusing her right to appoint public servants. Hwang Kyo-ahn's office says he will make a speech at 8 p.m.
It will not support the Government's amendment on a timetable to trigger formal exit plans by March next year but will back calls for more information on Brexit as set out by the Labour party alongside its own new clause. The High Court ruled that legislation was "legally irrelevant" but the government says this was incorrect and that the legislation implied the use of the royal prerogative .
The opposition Labour party's original motion - supported by some from May's Conservative Party - demanded the government publish its "plan" before triggering Article 50 . "But I very much doubt, and I hope certainly, that it won't say anything very material that hasn't been said already". He said only the clearest of statements by parliament could have shown it meant to give up its right to a say.
His cause of death on Friday at age 90 has not been disclosed. Numerous residents of Little Havana - about five miles west of downtown Miami - are exiles, or descended from exiles, of their home country, having fled Cuba after Castro took power in 1959.
Last Saturday, the 300-seat assembly put forward the motion as Park's third address to the nation over her scandal enraged South Koreans further for the absence of her honest apology to wrongdoings. Lawmakers of the ruling and opposition parties sequentially questioned the heads on allegations such as the donation to the Mir and the K-Sports Foundation, the merger of companies, the selection of duty-free business licenses and the request for pardon.
The police official said the rockets also caused extensive damage to buildings and cars parked on the streets. "We are doing everything possible to bring about contacts between opposition representatives and Russian Federation and have achieved very good success on this score", Prime Minister Binali Yildirim told Russia's Interfax news agency.
He described Branstad as "someone who has a lot of experience and a great grasp of trade issues, agriculture issues, a tremendous understanding of China and Chinese people , and is someone who very much impressed the president-elect not just in their meetings on the campaign trail but also in meetings after the election".
In Ireland, for instance, the €64bn cost of its 2010 bail out was the equivalent of 40 per cent of Irish GNP, and nearly 60 per cent of sovereign debt, much higher than anything Italy faces. One source said they would make a decision by Friday but that the chances of the privately backed deal going ahead as planned were now slim. That is a private vehicle with state backing.