“For now, that means being a dwarf for a while so that we can in the future perhaps be a giant again,” he said — an ironic reference to a remark by leading CSU politician Alexander Dobrindt, who had accused the Jusos of carrying out a “dwarves’ rebellion.”
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“She had cuts on her lip and nose, and was sitting in a pool of her own blood when she was discovered,” the CBC wrote.
Still, the vote on Sunday was expected to be met with a collective sigh of relief through the corridors of power in Berlin and in neighboring European capitals, which have been impatient for the Continent’s most influential country to turn its attention beyond its borders.
“This is an existential debate for the party,” said Emmanuel Richter, a professor of political science at the University of Aachen. “The party suffers from an identity crisis. It has no clear voter base anymore, no clear link to those who feel left behind and neglected.”
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Contacted by telephone on Saturday morning, a Toronto police spokesperson said the force’s own investigators have no updates at this time.
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“I would never feel quite unrepresented the way I feel now,” Trask said. “You have to lend your weight to it; you have to at least show up. I’m not a sign maker, I’m not a big slogan person or anything – but I should be here.”
Eight F-16 fighter jets took off from the Diyarbakır 8th Main Jet Base within 20 minutes at around 12:42 p.m. local time, Doğan News Agency reported. Fighter jets also took off from Konya’s 3rd Main Jet Base. Military sources told daily Hürriyet that FSA units backed by Turkish tanks are advancing on the field and YPG militants are withdrawing to villages and towns without putting up serious resistance.“In the recent period our borders have been exposed to harassment more than 700 times. Last night six rockets were fired into Kilis. No one has lost their lives, the location of the rockets was determined and they were destroyed,” PM Yıldırım said before the latest attack.
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Also Sunday, rockets fired from northern Syria hit the Turkish town of Reyhanli, killing one and injuring 32, officials said.
“It is impossible to predict what comes next,” said Ms. Schwarzer of the German Council on Foreign Relations. “This is not how we know Germany.”It is thus unsurprising that, though CDU/CSU and SPD negotiators have touted the deal as a breakthrough, many, especially in the SPD, are unhappy with the outcome, with some calling for renegotiation. The SPD now faces a choice: At its special party congress this weekend, its leaders must decide whether to join yet another grand-coalition government that promises more of the same, or move into opposition, probably triggering new elections.Sherman stepped down as chief executive in 2014, but he remained chairman, according to Forbes.
Mumtaz Ahmad, a provincial telecommunication employee for Helmand province who survivor the attack said “I was on my way from my room toward the reception, when I the elevator door opened, I saw two-armed suicide bombers. People were escaping and the attackers were firing at them.”
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Ten other people, including six from the security forces, were reported wounded and more than 150 people, including 41 foreigners, were rescued from the hotel, Danish said.
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Meanwhile, Democratic leaders — who, like their GOP counterparts, are eagerly watching the polls to see which party the American people blame — received some bad news Sunday. Republicans in recent days have narrowed the gap with Democrats in polling ahead of the 2018 midterms, according to a new CNN poll.The couple had faced some financial woes, and Barry was involved in fighting dozens of lawsuits connected with the family fortune and his former pharmaceutical company, Apotex.Der deutsche Michel” or “the German Michel,” it was popularized in the 19th century as a character whose limited perspective causes him to shun great ideas, eschew change, and aspire only to a decent, quiet, and comfortable life.
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Billionaire philanthropist couple Barry and Honey Sherman, shown in this photo from the United Jewish Appeal, were found dead in their home in December. Police called their deaths ‘suspicious’ but have said very little about the case. (United Jewish Appeal/Canadian Press)
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During a press conference, Danish said that early investigations show that six insurgents entered the hotel from the northern side and stormed its kitchen. Two attackers were killed by Special Forces on the 6th floor of the hotel.
McConnell kicked off floor speeches by announcing if nothing changes in negotiations, a cloture vote will be “no sooner than 1 a.m.” He warned the shutdown would be “much worse tomorrow.”
Without a bipartisan agreement to yield back time, the Senate is scheduled to vote at 1 a.m. Monday on a bill to reopen the government through Feb. 8. The vote is likely to fail without a deal from party leaders on immigration and budgetary issues.Facebook Twitter Pinterest Turkish army tanks on the move near the Syrian border prior to the incursion into Afrin province. Photograph: Sedat Suna/EPA Erdoğan is also at odds with the Trump administration, and not for the first time. There are longstanding tensions over perceived past Turkish ambivalence towards Isis, Nato use of Turkish air bases, visas for Turkish citizens and Erdoğan’s claims that the 2016 coup was masterminded from the US by an exiled cleric.
The “Olive Branch Operation,” which came hours after a major air strike on the YPG on Jan. 20, will consist of four phases to create a safe zone with a depth of 30 kilometers, he added.