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Ga. for more than five hours according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution According to Racine the car’s temperature could have reached up to 129 degrees the Journal-Constitution reported Fowler has been denied bond The father of the child ask that bail be denied and the judge agreed adding that Fowler poses a flight risk Fowler was in town for a job interview and told salon employees her child was at a daycare according to the report and later claimed to authorities that she left the air conditioning on in the car though police said they found no evidence of that However Fowler’s attorney said leaving the air conditioner on caused the car’s battery to die Contact us at [email protected] By Steve Holland and Hyonhee Shin WASHINGTON/SEOUL (Reuters) – A senior North Korean official met US President Donald Trump on Friday at the White House to hand him a letter from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as the two countries try to put a derailed summit back on track Kim Yong Chol a close aide to the North Korean leader is the highest level figure from the secretive state to hold talks at the White House since a senior envoy visited former President Bill Clinton in 2000 The envoy walked into the Oval Office to meet Trump The United States previously blacklisted Kim Yong Chol who once served as a bodyguard to the current leader’s father Kim Jong Il from coming to the United States because of his role in North Korea’s military establishment After exchanging threats and insults since Trump became president last year the United States and North Korea have been trying to set up a summit originally planned for Singapore on June 12 between their leaders at which Trump wants to pressure Pyongyang into giving up its nuclear weapons In comments to Reuters on Thursday Trump played down the chances of a quick breakthrough in the nuclear diplomacy He said he was hopeful an unprecedented meeting with leader Kim would take place as scheduled but left open the possibility talks would fall through Kim’s letter is seen as a sign that the summit might be back on after Trump canceled it late last month because of North Korea’s "tremendous anger and open hostility" The Wall Street Journal said Kim’s letter was seen as fairly basic according to one foreign government official who was briefed on the contents It expresses the North Korean leader’s interest in meeting without making any significant concessions or threats the Journal said citing a foreign government official who had been briefed on the letter LONG HISTORY The envoy Kim Yong Chol was previously chief of the Reconnaissance General Bureau a top North Korean military intelligence agency and has spent nearly 30 years as a senior member of the country’s intelligence community The United States and South Korea blacklisted him for supporting the North’s nuclear and missile programs in 2010 and 2016 He was granted special permission to travel to the United States for meetings this week with top US officials the State Department said Kim Yong Chol was accused by South Korea of masterminding deadly attacks on a South Korean navy ship and an island in 2010 He also was linked by US intelligence to a devastating cyber attack on Sony Pictures in 2014 North Korea denied any involvement in either incident South Korean officials say Kim Yong Chol stormed out of the room during military talks in 2014 when the South demanded an apology for the 2010 attacks He served in the military police in the demilitarized zone on the border of the two Koreas He was also a bodyguard to Kim Jong Il the former leader and late father of Kim Jong Un according to North Korea Leadership Watch an affiliate of the 38 North think tank Kim Yong Chol is known to be difficult to work with sarcastic and not sufficiently deferential to his superiors Leadership Watch said He also has suffered career setbacks South Korea’s intelligence agency said in 2015 Kim Yong Chol was demoted to a three-star general after dozing off during a meeting In 2016 South Korea’s Unification Ministry said he was briefly sent to a re-education camp for his "overbearing" manner and abuse of power In Seoul US negotiators on Friday expressed optimism after meeting their North Korean counterparts for preparatory talks at Panmunjom on the fortified border between the two Koreas (Reporting by Steve Holland; Editing by Robert Birsel and Bill Trott) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed (In fact, The 34th-ranked Rublev owns his only career title from Umag last summer on clay. The win keeps The Stallions in second place in the Hero ISL. with “faint traces” of Native American heritage. “We warned Chevron, NE on June 16. 160 incidents were reported to the IAEA, a former contestant on Dancing with the Stars,"We can’t predict when (an attack could happen) but we must always be prepared.

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The fight, Two people also called 911 separately and said they had been shot,Police are investigating who shot the three people.No one had been arrested as of Monday morningThe Holocaust was undoubtedly one of the most horrible acts of cruelty and evil the world has ever seen As time forces it to fade into distant memory its important that we continue to find ways to remember it and ensure that nothing like it ever happens again Brazilian artist Marina Amaral has taken an old photo showing a 14-year-old girl in Auschwitz concentration camp and added colour to it to bring into focus the horror and human cost of the Holocaust It took her months to put together on Photoshop and required her to spend a long time researching to get it just right but the result is arresting and heartbreakingCredit: Marina Amaral/Auschwitz Memorial The young girl in the photos with her head shaven and her lips bleeding is Czesława Kwoka She was taken out of her home in eastern Poland along with her mother by the Nazis and arrived via train at the concentration camp on 13 December 1942 alongside 318 other women Sixty-seven days later she was dead murdered a Phenol injection directly into her heart because she was deemed to be racially unsuitable for Germanisation – a term used by the Nazis for the process to enforce their language culture and ideologies onto the people of Eastern Europe Kwoka was one of around 230000 children in this fashion at Auschwitz Overall 1300000 people were brought there between 1940 and 1945 Very few ever left On the chest of her uniform it can be seen that once she arrived at the camp she was allocated the prisoner number 26947 During the process of colourising the photo Amaral also discovered a red triangle with a P in it This identifies her as a political prisoner According to the man who took the picture Wilhelm Brasse himself a survivor of the camp she had just been on the receiving end of a beating from the guards explaining why she has a bleeding lipCredit: Auschwitz Memorial When asked why she decided to undertake the project Amaral said: "When we see the photos in black and white we get the feeling that those events happened only in the history books"According to the photographers account Czesława had just been beaten by a guard before the photo was taken"By restoring the colours on her face I was able to show the colours of the blood and the bruises which made everything even more realShe added: "These people were human beings who had dreams ambitions fears friends family and had all this taken from them "Unfortunately Czesława was just one among millions of others but the expression on her face – so much fear and at the same time so much courage will stay with me forever" Featured Image Credit: PA Topics: News World newsThe closely watched race between Moore and Democrat Doug Jones is expected to set the stage for the 2018 midterm elections by testing the influence of President Donald Trump and his allies such as former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon in a tight election Democrats are hoping to capitalize politically on allegations of sexual misconduct against Trump and other members of the GOP and a win by Jones would help bolster their chances of regaining control of the Senate after next year’s contestsVoting began at 7 am Central time on Tuesday as both candidates implored their supporters to head to the pollsAbout an hour later Trump took to Twitter to urge votes for Moore"The people of Alabama will do the right thing" he tweeted "Doug Jones is Pro-Abortion weak on Crime Military and Illegal Immigration Bad for Gun Owners and Veterans and against the WALL Jones is a Pelosi/Schumer Puppet Roy Moore will always vote with us"National political leaders a Hollywood actress and a retired basketball star had made last-ditch efforts Monday to woo Alabama voters as the candidates gave their final arguments Ahead of the election which has attracted more than $41 million in spending former president Barack Obama and former vice president Joe Biden recorded robo-calls for Jones while Trump recorded an appeal for MooreThe evening before for his last event of the campaign Moore brought in a raft of out-of-state conservative activists including Bannon Rep Louie Gohmert R-Texas and former Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke to energize his supporters"They tried to destroy Donald Trump and they’re trying to destroy Roy Moore" Bannon said "There’s no bottom for how low they’ll go"The stakes are high for both parties as the outcome is likely to lay the groundwork for the 2018 midterm races A win in the Deep South for Democrats the first in a Senate race in Alabama since 1992 would be a rebuke to Trump and Bannon who have promoted Moore over the objections of establishment Republicans Moore is accused of pursuing romantic relationships with teenage girls while in his mid-30s; one woman said he touched her sexually when she was 14 He has denied wrongdoing The victory would also lend credibility to Democratic efforts to regain control of the Senate next year "The Democratic path to a Senate majority in 2018 involves a miracle somewhere" said Kyle Kondik a political analyst at the University of Virginia Center for Politics "And we may be on the cusp of a Democratic miracle in Alabama"If Jones wins Senate leaders will face pressure from Democrats to seat him before final votes on the GOP tax bill The Alabama secretary of state’s office said the election result could be certified with the Senate as early as Dec 27 to 29 and no later than Jan 3A win for Moore in contrast would weaken the hand of mainstream Republicans who have struggled to broaden the party’s appeal heading into the midterms Moore a former state Supreme Court judge has campaigned on a platform of opposing Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell R-Ky,Grosinger did not immediately return two messages for questions regarding the validity of signatures from petitioners outside Morton County.000 paper and online signatures to Morton County State’s Attorney Allen Koppy.

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