Ciudad Juárez (Mexico) (AFP) – Mexico’s top presidential candidates lashed out Sunday at Donald Trump for saying the country was doing “very little” to stop illegal migration, and vowed to take a harder line with the US president. “We are going to be very respectful toward the United States government, but we are also going to demand that (the United States) respect Mexicans,” he told a cheering crowd as he kicked off his campaign in Ciudad Juarez, on the US border.
Defense Min. says bodies of terrorists killed in Friday’s riots in Gaza should be held until return of remains of Hadar Goldin, Oron Shaul.
A hack at Saks and Lord & Taylor stores in North America has compromised customer payment data, their parent company announced on Sunday. Canadian-based Hudson’s Bay Company did not say how many credit and debit cards were affected by the breach at upscale retailer Saks Fifth Avenue, Saks OFF Fifth, and Lord & Taylor department stores. “HBC has identified the issue, and has taken steps to contain it,” the parent firm said of the intrusion, the latest affecting companies with large user bases.
Donald Trump’s hawkish new choice for national security adviser has cast doubt on upcoming talks with North Korea, a Republican senator said. “He has a very healthy scepticism of North Korea”, Lindsey Graham, a South Carolina Republican and administration ally, said of newly elevated adviser John Bolton in an appearance on Fox News Sunday. “I had dinner with Bolton a couple of nights ago.
An abandoned Chinese space laboratory is set to meet a fiery end within hours as it re-enters Earth’s atmosphere, hitting a speed of around 26,000 kilometres an hour before disintegrating. The European Space Agency forecast that China’s defunct Tiangong-1 craft would come down during “a window of about four hours… centred on 01:07 UTC (GMT)” on Monday. The China Manned Space Engineering Office had said earlier Sunday that the abandoned orbital outpost would make its earthbound plunge on Monday.
The Syrian regime on Sunday drew closer to taking full control of rebel bastion Eastern Ghouta after a deal appeared to be reached for fighters and civilians to leave the enclave’s last opposition pocket. The agreement brokered by government ally Moscow would see fighters with the Jaish al-Islam rebel faction leave Ghouta’s main town of Douma for opposition territory in northern Syria, state media and a monitoring group.