French authorities Local government press officer said the man's motives were unknown and that nothing was being ruled out.
"The United States will use any means necessary to protect our citizens and those of our allies from unjust prosecution by this illegitimate court."
The anti-immigrant party with roots in a neo-Nazi movement won about 18 percent of the vote, up from 13 percent four years ago.
Demonstrators chanted "Russia without Putin" and held signs with messages such as "Putin, when will you go on pension?" at a rally in Moscow.
The decision comes after the state department said it would also end funding to the United Nations relief agency for Palestinian refugees.
The parade's strong emphasis on the economy underscored leader Kim Jong Un's new strategy of putting economic development front and center.
An American Jewish anti-occupation group, IfNotNow, is protesting tours that they say ignore Israel's occupation of Palestinian territories.
"I treat it as the last taboo. I think alcohol is so interwoven into our society it's hard to know where to begin."
Idlib is the insurgents' only remaining major stronghold and a government offensive could be the last decisive battle in a war that has killed more than half a million people.
Alarm bells are sounding globally over the disappearance of pollinators, but the Dutch capital has proved to be a success story.
The defense secretary and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff are to discuss peace progress with the new head of NATO forces.
"Our agents there said the attacker was 'on a mission from God,'" an official said. "Their impression is that they were not dealing with a mentally stable person."
Investigators used drones, probes and ground-penetrating radar to locate the pits and began digging about a month ago.
The rescued boys smiled as they crawled through a replica of the cave they were trapped in.
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The meeting between Kim Jong Un and Moon Jae-in will focus on efforts to "denuclearize the Korean Peninsula," Seoul's special envoy said.
Nearly all of the 2.9 million households on the island of Hokkaido were without power.
Britain's decision is charge two suspected Russian intelligence officers in the case is an attempt to send the message that "no one is untouchable."
"We are not coming here to teach Italians how to make coffee, we're coming here with humility and respect, to show what we've learned."
The U.K. is not asking Moscow to extradite the men because Russian law forbids extradition of the country's citizens.
Bannon has nothing to offer besides the same tired, white nationalistic rhetoric he's been regurgitating for years to sell his personal brand.
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The U.N. has warned that an offensive could "create a humanitarian emergency at a scale not yet seen through this crisis."
Nearly 1,600 people have died or vanished en route to Europe this year, including 1,100 while attempting to cross by sea from North Africa.
The suspect also named Dutch, anti-Islam lawmaker Geert Wilders during police questioning.