Workers are taking their hammers

Workers are taking their hammers to a controversial fish statue in Morocco that has sparked outrage and mockery from social media users. 

The statue, which shows two peach-coloured fish jumping into the air, is located on a roundabout in the coastal town of Mehdia.

One micrometre is one millionth of a metre.

In addition, about half of larger droplets measuring 50 micrometres found their way into the air, according to Riken, a government-backed research institute in the western city of Kobe.

A devout Catholic who is fervently antiabortion, Barrett appeals to Trump’s conservative base.

Trump met with the seventh circuit court judge in the West Wing on Monday, another signal she is a top contender for his nomination to replace the late Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died last week aged 87.

Mina described how she knew something wasn’t right with Ellie when she began losing weight and was vomiting her food and milk up.

She took her daughter to the doctor 11 times in six weeks before eventually seeing a paediatrician.

That wish now appears unlikely to be fulfilled. While Democrats were buoyed when Susan Collins of Maine and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska said that they did not support holding a vote on Ms Ginsburg’s replacement before the election, fellow dissidents have not yet followed.

Mr Gardner said that if Mr Trump nominated somebody who would “protect our Constitution, not legislate from the bench, and uphold the law” then he would “vote to confirm”.