“I was devastated,” a gay woman in Cairo’s upscale district of Zamalek told The Associated Press, speaking of the raid and the images aired on “The Hidden,” a lurid TV expose program.
In a trial last summer, Navalny was found guilty of embezzlement and sentenced to prison, but he was released the next day after thousands of people protested in the streets of Moscow. He was given a suspended sentence instead.
The violence at a school in Pakistan’s northwest earlier this week stunned the country and brought cries for retribution. In the wake of the mass killing the military has struck targets in the Khyber tribal region and approved the death penalty for six convicted terrorists
“We don’t sell them anything, we don’t buy anything from them and we don’t have diplomatic relations,” said William Reinsch, a former senior Commerce Department official who was responsible for enforcing international sanctions against North Korea and other countries.
“There are things that shouldn’t get lost, that have gone very well here even though Cubans complain,” said Nayda Martinez, a 52-year-old chemical engineer in Havana.
Then Pakistan’s army chief, Gen. Raheel Sharif, flew to Kabul Wednesday where met with Afghan leaders, including Ghani, and the commander of international troops there. An army statement said Sharif shared “vital elements of intelligence” about the Peshawar attack.
“There was so much bloodshed,” Muneeb said softly. “I closed my eyes and lay on the floor for an hour.”
“I said to the barrister, look, this is not going to end well, this guy will never get out of here alive, and he’s going to take everyone with him,” O’Brien told The Associated Press in the first detailed account from a hostage who was held inside the cafe.
“This is a very dangerous situation. We are just a few days away from a full-blown run on the banks,” Russia’s leading business daily Vedomosti said in an editorial Wednesday. “If one does not calm down the currency market right now, the banking system will need robust emergency care.”