Mr Trump's fellow Republicans voted 52-48 to approve the judge, overcoming the opposition of Democrats.
Police clashed with demonstrators in Milan, Turin and Naples shortly after new rules came into force.
The huge number voting this way injects massive uncertainty into the White House race.
The mere mention of the state brings smiles to Republican faces and sends shivers down Democratic spines.
Dozens of others were injured in the attack during a class in the city of Peshawar, police said.
This is likely to mean immunity levels decline and raises the risk of reinfection, researchers say.
Aboriginal Australians condemn the destruction of the tree, which holds particular importance to women.
The bank is yet to say if it will shed more jobs beyond the 35,000 it flagged earlier this year.
Traffic is disrupted in dozens of cities in protests against a court's near-total ban on abortion.
More than 50 people reportedly die in the attack, which puts at risk a ceasefire in the area.
The Chinese-built line will slash journey times across the notoriously congested city by two thirds.
The "unambiguous detection of water" will boost Nasa's hopes of establishing a lunar base.
Uber drivers claim they were wrongly dismissed by an algorithm without a right to appeal.
For the first time, conscientious objectors can work as prison administrators instead of being jailed.
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