Curry, the first black leader of the Episcopal Church in the United States, delivered a 14-minute barnstorming address that people in Windsor and beyond were talking about long after Harry and Meghan officially tied the knot on Saturday afternoon.
Detainee reports portray Baghdadi as preoccupied with educating future terrorists.
Friday’s detentions came just weeks before the ban on female drivers is set to be lifted.
Parties are scrambling to replace candidates who were assassinated or dropped out of the electoral race because of violence. Many appear to be victims of criminal groups seeking to exert control.
Bishop Michael Curry's message had political, cultural and global relevance beyond marriage.
Known for his a hard-line views toward communism, Dr. Pipes rejected detente with the Soviet Union.
His sometimes controversial scholarship helped shape views of the region for decades.
Opposition parties have been largely prevented from fielding candidates.
The president sought Moon Jae-in’s interpretation of North Korea’s shift to a harder-line position on denuclearization.
Families see U.S. negotiations with Chinese telecom as a threat to an expected fine for violating U.S. sanctions.
Mnuchin said the two sides have agreed on a “framework” to avoid sanctions.
The lower house of Parliament has passed a measure that would impose steep on-the-spot fines for whistling at a woman or badgering her for her number.