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" this is your chance to use the words of others to talk about your own positive traits. By Sonya Dowsett and Isla Binnie MADRID (Reuters) – Spain’s centrist Ciudadanos party refuses to support a motion of no-confidence in Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy due this Friday, Aminu-Kano told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that sand filling, this would not be the first time he would reach out against the First Lady, manhandled and snatched the service pistol of one Sgt Nwali Emeka,The country today is facing three major bottlenecks One is the torn infrastructure he said observing that construction is the one industry that drives the economy in early stages “Infrastructure creates growth” he said Second short term target should be to clean up the power sector and to make sure that the electricity produced actually goes to the people who want the power he said? tagging Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah. including a couple of Maharashtra government officials, exploding manhole mystery that may finally have been solved. Hear more podcasts.

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for you were strangers in the land of Egypt. Most people who were seriously hurt suffered head injuries and one was bleeding internally, Va. which resulted in violence that left one woman dead And clashes have erupted at Spencer’s other campus events in the past year including those at Auburn University and Texas A&M University Anticipation for the University of Florida speech led Florida Gov Rick Scott to declare a state of emergency warning that the “threat of a potential emergency is imminent” At a press conference ahead of his speech Spencer who has argued for the creation of a “white ethno-state” defended his previous comments about “peaceful ethnic cleansing” and spoke about white European identity He criticized the protesters opposed to his presence on campus “I think the fact that someone might be uncomfortable with someone who is talking about ideas that seems to be actually justification for me to be here” Spencer said deriding universities as a “nursery school for young adults” “It is a place where we need desperately need to talk about controversial and you could say dangerous ideas” he said Spencer credited the university a public institution bound by First Amendment rights with supporting his right to speak “For the record I don’t stand behind racist Richard Spencer I stand with those who reject and condemn Spencers vile and despicable message” University of Florida President Kent Fuchs said on Twitter in response Write to Katie Reilly at KatieReilly@timecomMoscow:Russian Deputy Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko who was banned for life from the Olympic Games this month over doping said on Wednesday that he is stepping down as chairman of the 2018 World Cup organising committee "(Organising committee director Alexei) Sorokin will be the chairman" Mutko was quoted by Russian agencies as saying two days after suspending his role as president of the Russian Football Union "He is the head of the organising committee starting today" he said File photo of Russian Deputy Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko AP Sorokin 45 had served as the executive director of the Russian Football Union between 2008 and 2010 and has overseen Russia’s World Cup bid since 2009 "He will interact with FIFA I will concentrate on work in the government" Mutko said "There is still a lot of work but I am absolutely sure that everything will be prepared in time "We expect that on May 30 we will meet all the obligations that the government gave FIFA" FIFA said in an emailed statement that it will work with Sorokin "with the aim to deliver an exceptional event in June and July" "FIFA thanks Mr Mutko for his invaluable contribution to the preparations for the competition so far" it said Mutko on Monday announced that he plans to file a claim in the Court of Arbitration forSportto contest his Olympic ban and would suspend his duties in the RFU for the duration of the proceedings He added at the time that he would continue his role as chief coordinator of preparations for the World Cup Russia will host next summer until Russian leadership decides otherwise His decision to step down came after a meeting of the Russian government’s coordination council for the World Cup preparations which Mutko also chairs Sorokin said the decision to give him Mutko’s role was "rather sudden" but assured that it would not disrupt preparations for the event looming just over six months from now ‘No consequence’ for World Cup The Russia-2018 organising committee said in a statement published by TASS agency that that "the change in leadership will have no consequences on the process of preparations for the world championship" Mutko would "continue to oversee the preparation by the regions. and coordinate building the necessary infrastructure in his role as the deputy prime minister" the statement said On Wednesday he said his claim has been filed in the CAS The Lausanne-based court told AFP Wednesday they have not received the appeal yet Mutko was banned for life from the Olympic Games on 5 December after the International Olympic Committee said he was involved in a state-backed doping programme The 59-year-old had until this week retained his posts in Russia throughout the doping scandal even receiving a promotion fromsportsminister He maintains that Russian athletes were clean at the 2014 Olympic Games Mutko in March was barred from sitting on the FIFA Council the world body’s ruling top table where the Russiansportsofficial had a seat since 2009 His participation was blocked because of potential conflicts of interest with his government role Youcom USA LLC d/b/a TIME All Rights Reserved Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy (Your California Privacy Rights) TIME may receive compensation for some links to products and services on this website Offers may be subject to change without notice | EU Data Subject RequestsTwo former British cabinet ministers were caught on a hot mic speaking candidly about Boris Johnson and the three main candidates in the Conservative Party leadership race: Michael Gove Theresa May and Andrea Leadsom In the clip aired by Sky News the former Chancellor of the Exchequer Ken Clarke and Malcolm Rifkind discuss the “fiasco” engulfing their party’s leadership Oblivious of the live microphone Clarke laments Michael Gove’s entry into the race claims that prominent Brexit advocates Johnson and Leadsom are not “in favor of leaving the European Union” and calls Home Secretary May a “bloody difficult woman” like the late Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher “I don’t mind who wins as long as [Michael] Gove comes third As long as Gove doesn’t come in the final two I don’t mind what happens” Rifkind said to Clarke “I think with Michael [Gove] as prime minister we’d go to war with at least three countries at once” Clarke responded of Gove’s foreign policy beliefs “He did us all a favor by getting rid of Boris [Johnson] The idea of Boris as prime minister is ridiculous” Speaking to the Independent about his reaction to the video Rifkind says he was "hugely amused" being caught speaking off-camera "Its good entertaining stuff…. Spencer.He told Firstpost that both parties wanted to keep the hostility alive as they draw their strength from fear and insecurity among the people He accusedthe CPM of misguiding the minorities and reaping electoral benefits There is no sincerity in the anti-RSS stance adopted by the CPM he said; on the contrary the CPM is actually hand-in-glove with the BJP "The lunch hosted by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan to newly appointed Union minister from Kerala Alphons Kannathanam and his praise of Narendra Modi’s approach towards the state are clear indications of the secret understanding between the two parties" he alleged He addedthat the Congress would expose this before the people He also said a ‘Kerala Yatra’ will be taken out by Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala fromKasargod to Thiruvananthapuram from1 November and this double-speak of the RSS and CPM will be its maintheme Liju denied the allegation that the Congress was soft towards the Sangh Parivar saying the party doesn’t want to add to a culture of violence being pursued by the CPM and the BJP He also claimed the party is running a campaign against political violence and creating awareness among the people in this regard After the ongoing reorganisation the party will sharpen its offensive he added However party workers don’t seem too enthused by the exercise terming it as a ritual to facilitate the elevation of Rahul Gandhi as the all-India Congress president Abrahamsaid ordinary Congress workers were expecting a new generation leadership to guide the party through the current crisis However the leadership has dashed their hopes by trying to share party positions along factional lines Former chief minister Oommen Chandy who has relinquished positions in the party following the Assembly election has been demanding organisational elections from the booth level to revitalise the Congress However the party has sought the usual nomination route Former KPCC president K Muralidharan said that senior leaders were trying to accommodate their favourites in key positions in the party If itfails to bring forth able leaders it would sound the death knell of the Congress he warned While guests trickled off," Cook wrote, A post shared by segevmoshe (@segevmoshe) on May 2, his father said.