http://media.graytvinc.com/images/810*455/child+abuse+mgn6.jpg

Global News

Other members of Team Seymour also supported the event, as children from child development center pre-school program sang a song, while the Tiger Command Chorus, Dillard Middle School's choral group, concluded the event by singing and performing interpretive dances.
  • Tusk 'absolutely sure' European Union will accept controversial Brexit draft treaty

    Tusk 'absolutely sure' European Union will accept controversial Brexit draft treaty

    Global News

    David Davis says Britain will refuse to pay its Brexit divorce bill unless Brussels backs down on demands to keep Northern Ireland aligned with European Union rules after Brexit. The draft text clearly states the EU's position as well as its position on the future of Northern Ireland in the event further negotiations between Brussels and the British government fail.
  • India, Pakistan 'mutually agree' to not harass diplomats in national capitals

    India, Pakistan 'mutually agree' to not harass diplomats in national capitals

    Global News

    To reach a solution for dealing the issue of harassment of diplomats in both the nations, India and Pakistan have agreed on to not to carry out aggressive surveillance of the diplomats . "We want that our Commission in Islamabad functions smoothly, the officials are not harassed, their work is not obstructed and that the Vienna Convention of Diplomatic Relations, 1961 is abided by", MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar had said at a press briefing.
  • Afghanistan arrests 'German Taliban fighter' in Helmand

    Global News

    In return, Ghani said the militants should officially recognise the Afghan government and constitution, a perennial sticking point in past attempts to open talks. We certainly saw this letter and are aware of this letter. In a statement issued on Monday, the Taliban asked USA officials to talk directly to their political office regarding a peace solution and said that Washington must realize there was no military solution to the conflict, according to a media report.
  • French lower house holds minute of silence for victms of supermarket attack

    French lower house holds minute of silence for victms of supermarket attack

    Global News

    There was an "over representation of anti-Semites on both the far right and the far left, " he argued on RTL radio, citing in particular left-wing support for a boycott of Israel demanded by Palestinian activists. Both parties have called on their members to attend the march, as have politicians from across the political spectrum and Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo.
  • Benjamin Netanyahu admitted to hospital with a fever

    Benjamin Netanyahu admitted to hospital with a fever

    Global News

    The 68-year-old prime minister and his wife were questioned by police on Monday in the ongoing probe into allegations of bribery, fraud and breach of trust. U.S. President Donald Trump in December broke with other world powers by recognising Jerusalem as Israel's capital and announcing the U.S. Embassy would be moved there from Tel Aviv.
  • Turkish presidential aide talks to French adviser

    Turkish presidential aide talks to French adviser

    Global News

    The SDF is a key USA ally in the fight against IS and the Kurdish YPG forms a core part of it. France and the United States have given the militia weapons and training to support its battle against IS. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said Manbij will be the next town to come under attack. Turkish presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin said countries should instead take a "clear stance against all types of terrorism".
  • Baton Rouge officer fired, 1 suspended in deadly shooting

    Baton Rouge officer fired, 1 suspended in deadly shooting

    Global News

    A Louisiana police chief said Friday he has fired the white officer who fatally shot a black man during a struggle outside a convenience store almost two years ago, a killing that set off widespread protests. Paul said Tuesday that he and three deputy chiefs would preside over a disciplinary hearing - closed to the public - before he imposes any punishment.