President Donald Trump has all but decided to withdraw from the 2015 Iran nuclear accord by May 12 but exactly how he will do so remains unclear, two White House officials and a source familiar with the administration's internal debate said on Wednesday.
Seoul wants the troops to stay because US forces in South Korea play the role of a mediator in military confrontations between neighboring superpowers like China and Japan, a presidential official said.
It could lead to criticism that FIFA is over-complicating international soccer and devaluing its flagship World Cup.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller, in a meeting with US President Donald Trump's lawyers in March, raised the possibility of issuing a subpoena for Trump if he declines to talk to investigators in the Russia probe, a former lawyer for the president said on Tuesday.
Bundled in blankets and donated clothes to ward off the cold, the mood among the men, women and children camped in a square by the border crossing was muted. At night some had prayed, while others, trying in vain to sleep in the biting wind, worried about what was to come next.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Monday he has evidence of a secret Iranian nuclear weapons program that could step up pressure on the United States to pull out of a 2015 nuclear deal with Iran.
The attacks, a week after 60 people were killed as they waited at a voter registration center in the city, underlined mounting insecurity despite repeated government pledges to tighten defenses.
The Syrian army unleashed a massive bombardment against one rebel enclave on Monday and prepared for the withdrawal of insurgents from another as President Bashar al-Assad pushes to crush the rebels' last besieged strongholds.
Money would go to farmers to change agricultural practices, but some say it is an extension of already-failed programs.
Lawyers advising the group gave them stark advice about seeking asylum in the US: not everyone will be successful.