"They're worse than pigs and I'd like to see them out of the country."
Accuweather reported, bigger storm was brewing out at sea and set to hit the coast on Wednesday.
Only one in three people said they took action after experiencing sexual harassment.
Eleven Kenyans, an American and a Briton were among the casualties, morgue staff said.
Other leaders of Arizona tribes and past Navajo leaders attended the inauguration.
under the regional connectivity scheme, "UdeDesh ka Aam Nagrik"
Warmer, wetter weather after days of heavy snowfall has increased the risk of avalanches in parts of southern Germany, Austria and Switzerland.
The Somalia-based militant group al-Shabab said it was behind the attack.
Movement along the highway has been halted and the search for the hostages has been launched, according to local authorities.
This would mean overnight EU laws and customs and the free movement of goods, services and people will cease.
A Saudi teenager who after fleeing her family was given asylum in Canada said that her journey was "worth the risk" so she could live a more independent life.
A hotel complex has been targetted by gunmen in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi.
The family of a Canadian man who has been sentenced to death in China say their "worst fears" have been realised.
On Tuesday, India's Foreign Ministry said that an Indian national was among 4 people killed in a car explosion in Afghanistan's capital on Monday.
On Tuesday, exhortations and appeals of support by British Prime Minister Theresa May and clarifications by EU failed to change minds of her allies and critics, making it unlikely that the controversial withdrawal agreement will be passed in the House of Commons.
On Monday, new clarifications from Brussels failed to bolster the Theresa May government's efforts to seek parliamentary endorsement for the EU withdrawal agreement on Tuesday, with ‘no Brexit’ and ‘paralysis’ cited as the most likely fallout of the impasse.
On Monday, a federal judge put a nationwide hold on trump administration rules that allow more employers to opt out of providing women with no-cost birth control.
A spokesman on Tuesday said that the United Nations food agency delivered emergency food and vouchers for over 9.5 million people in Yemen in December, just shy of its 10 million monthly targets in the famine-threatened country.
The actress on Monday said in a lawsuit that the Ohio police officers were politically motivated when they arrested Stormy Daniels at a strip club last year.
According to Seoul’s biennial defence document published on Tuesday, North Korea is no longer South Korea’s “enemy,” though Pyongyang’s nuclear program still poses a security threat.
The media on Tuesday reported that Pakistan has arrested a senior member of the Afghan Taliban in a bid to put pressure on the militant group amidst talks with the United States.
On Monday, China firmly opposed transferring technology to Taiwan to make submarines, saying countries which have relations with Beijing should earnestly abide by the one-China principle and stop any form of military links with Taipei.
According to a new study reports, the ice in Antarctica is melting six times faster than it did just 40 years ago.
A media report on Tuesday said that Donald Trump has sent a letter to Kim Jong-un, days after the US President said he received a “great letter” from the reclusive North Korean leader, amidst talks about a second summit between them on denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula.
According to NASA, groups of mice sent aboard the International Space Station (ISS) may help better understand the process of ageing in space and on Earth.
According to the officials, on Monday, a car bomb exploded near a heavily fortified foreign compound in Kabul claiming lives of at least 4 people and wounding 44, in the latest attack to rock the Afghan capital.
Australians have been cautioned to avoid exerting themselves outdoors and to drink lots of water as record temperatures in parts of the country look set to linger, and even increase, over coming days.
On Monday, Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun told Canadian media that coming to Canada worth the risk as she plans to pursue an education, get a job and "live a normal life" in Canada. She said she could not do these things in her home of Saudi Arabia, which is why she fled fearing for her life.
The Taliban often inflate casualty figures in attacks against Afghan government or foreign targets.
“I still to this day have not been able to forgive myself, and sometimes I don’t think I ever will,”
"It's something that is worth the risk I took."
Today's Google doodle celebrates the Anglo-Indian traveler,
Ditto said reports that Ivanka Trump "is under consideration are false."
China's foreign ministry on Friday said that former Canadian diplomat Michael Kovrig, being held in China on suspicion of endangering national security, is not entitled to diplomatic immunity.
During a trip to Moscow, Japan's foreign minister on Monday said that Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to visit Japan in June.
A winter snowstorm condemned for the deaths of at least 7 people in road accidents across the US Midwest rolled into the mid-Atlantic states on Sunday, forcing a ground stop at Dulles International Airport and the cancellation of hundreds of flights.
On Monday, Australia's Foreign Minister Marise Payne said that the nation has a "great concern" about the US plan to withdraw troops from Afghanistan.
Air traffic controllers in Canada sent hundreds of pizzas to their US counterparts who are working through the federal government shutdown.
A senior cabinet minister in the Theresa May government, a day before the crucial vote is held in the House of Commons on the EU withdrawal agreement, admitted that it is unlikely to win the support of MPs, reflecting opposition to it from various quarters.