The company released the video of the incident on Twitter, noting that it had started an investigation of what might have caused the failure.
Five rockets landed in Baghdad's "green zone" earlier in the day, where the US Embassy and various Iraqi government buildings are located, Iraqi sources said.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The number of confirmed cases of a new deadly strain of coronavirus in the United States has risen to four, after the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health on Sunday announced that a person has been hospitalised after claiming to be unwell.
A deadly crash that claimed the lives of at least five people, with no survivors, occurred in the city of Calabasas in California on Sunday, according to the local police.
The controversial dossier served as the pretext for the FBI to start spying on Donald Trump's campaign members. A 2019 probe into the agency's activities didn't rule that is actions were inappropriate, but still criticised the FBI over how it handled FISA surveillance requests.
American troops stationed near eastern Syria's oil fields have been recently focused on self-defence, awaiting possible retaliation from Iran for the assassination of the Quds Force commander Qasem Soleimani.
In a recent series of tweets devoted to the ongoing impeachment trial, US President Donald Trump slammed House Democrats’ leading impeachment manager Adam Schiff as a “corrupt politician”, saying that he “has not paid the price, yet” for what he has allegedly done to the US.
The US and EU have to a certain extent been at loggerheads on climate since President Trump chose to withdraw from the Paris Accord – a landmark deal on CO2 emissions beginning in 2020. However, concerns have mounted that the environmental row may spill over to the trade domain.
Following an interview with veteran National Public Radio (NPR) reporter Mary Louise Kelly on Friday, in which Mike Pompeo refused to say whether he owed former US envoy to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch an apology, the US secretary of state lashed out at the journalist for allegedly deceiving him.
TEL AVIV (Sputnik) - US President Donald Trump is expected to announce that the period to prepare for the implementation of the Israeli-Palestinian "deal of the century" will take four years and that during that time Palestine will still have the chance to come on board with the peace plan, the Israeli Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper reported.
The US has been recently thinking about reducing its military presence in the Islamist-infested continent in order to focus more on countering Russia and China globally, despite the dire situation with terrorism in certain African countries.
The former US president candidly spoke about the sex scandal that shook America in the 90s in a new documentary called Hillary, dedicated to his wife. The series, which studied the ex-secretary of state’s controversies and slips during the 2016 campaign, was shown recently at the Sundance Film Festival.
A shooting took place earlier in the day at Mac's Lounge in Hartsville, ABC reported citing Darlington County Coroner Todd Hardee.
According to TheNews website, the incident occurred on Sunday at the Faisal Avenue Chawk. The driver has been arrested and an investigation into the accident is underway.
The death of American billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, who committed suicide this August while awaiting trial on sex trafficking charges, raised many questions among the public due to the disgraced financier’s close acquaintance with a number of powerful figures, including British royal Prince Andrew.
The long-awaited publication of the peace plan is expected to take place amid a state of political uncertainty in the Jewish state, which has been unable to form a new government for nearly a year along with its prime minister also being indicted on corruption charges.
Kennedy’s murder in November 1963 prompted numerous conspiracy theories with people saying the government covered up crucial information. According to the most popular theories the 35th president was killed by the CIA, the mob, or on orders of the-then Cuban President Fidel Castro.
The docu suggestively titled "Hillary", which is understood to outline Clinton’s highs and lows as well as her husband’s impeachment debacle and the Monica Lewinsky issue, is to hit the subscription video service Hulu in March.
Democrats rushed to stand behind Schiff, referring to his claim that GOP senators' heads would be "on a pike" if they vote against Trump, saying that it was a manufactured move to point fingers at Democrats and draw attention away from the impeachment trial.
The United States State Department said it will relocate personnel at its Wuhan consulate to the US and will offer a limited number of seats to private US citizens on a flight out of the epicentre of the deadly coronavirus outbreak.