Scotland's former leader denies the allegations and is suing government officials over their handling of the complaints.
Scott Morrison was sworn in as the country's sixth prime minister in a decade on Friday, after winning a leadership ballot among lawmakers of the ruling center-right Liberal Party.
Park Geun-hye was elected as South Korea's first female president in late 2012.
Britain has yet to reach a divorce agreement with the E.U. with little more than seven months to go until it leaves the bloc.
The future of a man-made wildlife reserve where nature was left to run its course is at the center of a legal battle.
The accusations against a group Israa al-Ghomgham is part of include chanting slogans hostile to the regime and attempting to inflame public opinion.
At a West Virginia rally on Tuesday, Trump said Israel will pay a "price" for Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as its capital. and the Palestinians will "get something very good" in return.
No casualties or major damage were immediately reported, but shaking sent people fleeing homes and businesses across the region and the Caribbean.
"I would never have received my visa if I told the truth. Everyone lied," the SS-trained guard told Justice Department investigators in 1993.
The toxic messages that we promote about male sexuality make it difficult for many people to understand assaults against men.
The Afghan president interrupted his message to say: "If they are thinking the rocket attack will keep Afghans down, they are wrong."
The porn star also said she hopes "that one day it becomes known that I am not a liar."
More than 160 bus passengers were seized just hours after President Ashraf Ghani called for a holiday truce.
"The aircraft was conducting a partnered counterterrorism mission."
Following in the footsteps of Deep South segregationists, Sessions has weaponized the legal system against minorities, immigrants and political opponents.
A trickle of revelations that damaged his standing in opinion polls and contributed to a sense of arrogance at the heart of government seems like a memory.
Turkish media said four to five rounds were fired from a moving car, targeting a security booth. One bullet hit a window, but no one was hurt, it said.
"I was in the water for ten hours," the passenger said. "I am very lucky to be alive."
"The conditional ceasefire will start tomorrow and it will continue as long as the Taliban preserves and respects it," Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said.
Austria's foreign minister invited Putin to her wedding during his visit to Vienna in early June, surprising many at a time when the European Union is increasingly at odds with Moscow.
Authorities rushed to bring drinking water to the most affected areas, officials said Sunday.
It's disappointing, but not surprising, to see the desire to fight this White House coopted in service of personal enrichment.
An earthquake killed more than 430 people on the tourist island of Lombok earlier this month.
With Russia and Iran's backing, Assad has won back much of Syria. Humanitarian groups fear a 'bloodbath' as he looks to press the advantage and wipe out the last pockets of resistance.
No one died in the incident, but three people were injured. Police said the suspect also drove towards police before crashing into barriers.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan told supporters on Saturday that his country will stand strong against an "attempted economic coup" amid heightened tensions with the United States.