Holder said Snowden jeopardized America's security interests by leaking classified information while working as a contractor for the National Security Agency in 2013.
The Walk Free Foundation's slavery index says the percentage of people living in modern slavery in Mauritania dropped from 4% in 2014 to about 1% this year.
Fans at the German national team's match against Slovakia on Sunday held up banners in support of Boateng, whose father is Ghanaian.
Ernst & Young transaction partner Adam Nikitins said the accountancy firm was running the process.
Dubai-based businessmen Kamal and Mohamed Eldarat have been in detention since August 2014, accused of involvement in the Libyan civil war.
This is expected to further disrupt a transport network already suffering from a shortage of fuel, reports said.
Pyongyang has never successfully launched one of the intermediate-range missiles, which are theoretically capable of hitting South Korea and Japan.
Source: The Guardian
Alex Lowe and David Bridges were swept away in 1999 by an avalanche as they attempted to scale the world's 14th highest peak, Shishapangma.
Last week the planning minister stepped aside after a similar recording was released.
Speaking to MailOnline Travel, the talented 26-year-old, who is originally from Liverpool, UK, said: 'I felt like I was on a different planet - it really is out of this world.
Source: The Daily Mail
The terminal, which is operated by British Airways, is the only one at the airport affected. Qantas, Iberia, Cathay Pacific and other airlines that use the terminal have seen their flights delayed.
Adam Leyton, who used planes, trains and buses, had to run the final two-and-a-half miles to complete his challenge.
Source: The Mirror
Prime Minister warned that vote of no confidence is 'highly likely'.
Source: The Independent
The blast, shortly after take-off from Somalia's capital, Mogadishu, killed the bomber and left a hole in the plane's fuselage.
Tensions between the two Middle East rivals have been particularly strained recently after Riyadh broke off diplomatic ties with Tehran when its embassy was stormed following the execution of a Shia cleric in Saudi Arabia.
Pavel Michut, 45, fell while doing a ski descent of Denali's Messner Couloir, a steep gully that connects the basin with the upper mountain of the famed Alaska peak, the National Park Service said.
Dozens of French police raided Google's offices on Tuesday, escalating an investigation over suspected tax evasion.
About 14,000 have been rescued since Monday amid calm seas, and there have been at least three confirmed instances of boats sinking.
Move to tax people who rent out properties through website as officials and residents express concerns over visitor impact.
Pontiff tells social media stars they create virtual circles to which followers belong, laying ‘paths of optimism and hope’.
The prosecutor at the court in Senegal's capital Dakar has requested a life sentence for Mr Habre, who refuses to recognise its legitimacy.
Source: Coming Soon
The Iraqi military, backed by paramilitary troops and aerial support from the U.S.-led coalition, launched the operation to dislodge the militants from Fallujah about a week ago but have still to start the final push into the city center.
"This is the most detailed view of Pluto's terrain you will see for a very long time," NASA said.
The ban, issued by the Xiamen Education Bureau, comes 10 days before the National College Entrance Examination.
His parents originally told police Yamato got lost while the family were out walking in the area, where there are bears, to pick wild vegetables.
Source: Japan Times
The regime and non-jihadist rebels agreed to a ceasefire in February but the truce has disintegrated significantly.
The former European soccer administrator unexpectedly found himself in soccer's top job in the wake of criminal indictments issued last year against some of the sport's top leaders by U.S. authorities.
The hardline CGT union has organized street protests, train strikes and refinery blockades to pressure the government to scrap plans that would make it easier for companies to hire and fire workers.
Police said the women were swimming in waist-deep water, while paramedics reported they were walking in knee-deep water when the crocodile struck.
Finnigan said the woman was conscious and breathing when she was taken the hospital but did not know any more about her condition.
The boy was in "imminent danger," leaving the zoo's Dangerous Animal Response Team with no option but to shoot the 450-pound gorilla.
The marathon was organized to mark the anniversary of the first summit of the peak by Tenzing Norgay and Edmund Hillary in 1953.
The group, which wants the levy to be axed, tested 49 drinks and found that some coffee shop drinks had more sugar than Coca Cola, but would not be taxed.
Federal and local authorities are searching for Pulido, Quintanilla said.
Bleaching occurs when warmer water causes coral to weaken and lose the colourful algae that provide oxygen and nutrients.
Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Carl H. Moor also ruled that Depp shouldn't try to contact Heard until a hearing is conducted on June 17.
Closure of Idomeni sees families living in military-run accommodation blocks with no running water or electricity.
A judge granted him "provisional suspension", meaning that the foreign ministry has 48 hours to present a report justifying its decision, Mexican newspaper El Universal reported.
Her comments, while balanced, suggested the powerful Fed chair is on board with several of her colleagues who in recent weeks have said the central bank is preparing to follow up on an initial policy tightening in December.
Spurs are having a new £400m stadium built next to their existing White Hart Lane ground.
Abul Azad left Bangladesh for a chef’s job in London – so how did he end up enslaved in a remote Scottish hotel?
Source: The Guardian
Video in ABC
The scene inside the San Diego Convention Center during Trump's speech was relatively placid, while outside demonstrators opposed to his controversy-ridden White House bid marched and chanted, carrying signs criticizing his rhetoric against illegal immigration.
Scuba divers recovered the body of a 56-year-old man from the submerged plane about three hours later.
Reynaldo Bignone sentenced to 20 years in prison for his part in running Operation Condor in 1970s and 80s.
The law firm at the heart of the Panama Papers is closing its offices in the British-dependent territories ‘with great regret’.
Source: The Guardian
Even as there was no room to move, police officers continued to push protesters and reporters, with some toppling over in the fray. Police pepper-sprayed several protesters.
Bignone and 14 other military officers were found guilty by a court in Argentina after a three-year trial.