World Bulletin / News Desk
Two women died and 17 others were injured on Saturday after a balcony collapsed in Australia, Victoria police said on Sunday.
"It is believed more than 30 people were standing on the balcony when it collapsed," the police said in a statement.
According to the local media, the balcony collapsed as people reportedly tried to take a group photo during a Tupperware Christmas party in Melbourne.
The police said a 59-year-old woman died at the scene on Saturday and a 37-year old woman lost her life in the hospital Sunday morning.
It added 17 other people were injured and taken to the hospital.
"Emergency services were called to a house on Balinga Court about 10:30 p.m. (local time)," the statement said.
The police will give a report to the coroner, it added.
The so-called Langlands programme dates back to 1967, when the then-associate professor at Princeton University wrote a letter to renowned French mathematician Andre Weil outlining his new theory.
The rare Senate vote addressing American war powers aims to shut down US military involvement in Yemen within a month unless Congress formally authorizes continued involvement.
The Arab League's general secretariat received "an official notification" from Saudi Arabia to confirm the meeting, Abul Gheit told reporters at the organisation's headquarters in Cairo.
In a statement, it said this reduction in the tax burden would however lead to a slower drop in the public deficit this year, which it predicts will reach 2.5 percent of GDP -- still below the 3.0 percent limit set by the European Union.
Facebook has launched its own investigation into claims that data from up to 50 million of its users was harvested by a British company, Cambridge Analytica, and used in US President Donald Trump's election campaign.
Juncker added: "I hope that you will use your fourth term in office to pursue this goal. I will always be a partner in this endeavour."
A Yerevan court found Zhirair Safilyan guilty of planning the attack in which 20 anti-government gunmen took over a police station in the capital in July 2016, killing two officers and taking several others hostage.
A man went into a shop in the capital Chisinau before midday, took 10 cigarette packs and tried to leave without paying, the chief of Moldovan police Alexandr Panzari told reporters.
Both services had sparked protests by taxi drivers who complained that the drivers did not need to pay the hefty fees to operate transportation vehicles.
In contrast to some other international leaders who have been slow to send congratulations, Kim said Putin's re-election "is an expression of your people's great support and trust in you".
Ismail Kahraman says terrorist YPG/PKK ambitions in Afrin, northwestern Syria 'came to naught'
Ryanair said it has agreed to pay the sum for a majority 75-percent holding in Vienna-based LaudaMotion from the former Formula One motor racing champion.
Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias will go to Skopje on Thursday to discuss how to end a saga which has festered since Macedonia's independence in the break-up of Yugoslavia in 1991 and hindered its ambitions of EU and NATO membership.
Brussels on December 20 launched unprecedented legal action against Warsaw over "systemic threats" to the independence of the Polish judiciary, and gave it three months to say how it will comply.
Departure comes in wake of alleged chemical weapons attack on ex-Russian spy and his daughter living in Britain