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Thousands Walk To Slain Muslim Teen's Funeral In Virginia

Others have shared that view on social media. "I raise my kids how I was raised", he said . We recently reported on the very bad and senseless murder of 17-year-old Nabra Hassanen , who went missing after a road rage dispute with a motorist (suspect, 22-year-old Darwin Martinez Torres ) that transpired while she was on her way to a local mosque with a group of friends for Ramadan prayers. Read More »

Ronaldo ready to pay 14.7m euros in Spanish tax case


Cristiano Ronaldo vies with Russia's midfielder Alexander Golovin and defender Dmitriy Kombarov during the 2017 Confederations Cup match. Ronaldo was unusually cheered by the Moscow crowd whenever he broke forward, but as the game's early stages developed, it became apparent that the crowd's encouragement of the Real Madrid winger was redundant. Read More »

Oil tanker flips and explodes, killing over 100 in Pakistan

Explaining that the nearest hospital does not have a burn unit, Hyder said the death toll is expected to rise. Though the cause of the fire is yet to be officially confirmed, according to the Dawn , the tanker overturned and spilled oil while trying to navigate a turn in Bahawalpur's Ahmed Pur Sharqia. Read More »

Assad decamps from Syrian capital for holiday prayers


Justice Minister Hisham Mohammad al-Shaar said "this initiative seeks to enhance local reconciliations and allowing those were misled to return to their normal lives, hoping that others who were led astray would return to their senses". The monitor said they had jobs with IS such as preachers or employees in the extremist group's civilian institutions. Early in the crisis he visited Raqqa, a city that has since become the Syrian capital of Islamic State and now faces an assault by a US ... Read More »

North Korea: US student's death a 'mystery'


Sentenced to hard labor for stealing a political poster from a North Korean hotel, the 22-year-old Warmbier was medically evacuated in a coma last week after almost 18 months in captivity. When he was returned to the U.S. this month on "humanitarian grounds", he had already suffered extensive brain damage and was in a vegetative state. However, North Korea is now saying that they are the real victim in all this. Read More »

Trump accuses Obama of Russian Federation meddling claim inaction

President Donald Trump speaks before signing the Antiquities Executive Order at the Department of the Interior in Washington , D.C. on April 26, 2017. "So we have to go back to countering Russian Federation disinformation". He, however, said that whatever Trump did was "a very disturbing thing, very concerning". Read More »

German Chancellor Angela Merkel will be opening this year's gamescom

Gamescom's success in recent years was a contributing factor to E3 - the smaller, but more famous trade show - opening its doors to the public for the first time when it took place last week (13-16 June). Previous year 345,000 visitors graced Cologne for the event, so it's a big deal in the gaming world, and Merkel's presence will only heighten its status. Read More »

Gunman Who Attacked Republican Lawmakers Acted Alone

By the weekend, it was upgraded to serious , before Wednesday's boost to fair . For example, Slater said , a witness told the Federal Bureau of Investigation that on the morning of the shooting, Hodgkinson asked him, "Is this the Republican or Democratic baseball team?" All five people who were shot, including two U.S. Read More »

Senate's version of health care plan is bad

He called it "a massive transfer of wealth from middle-class and poor families" to the very rich that would raise costs, reduce coverage, roll back protections and "ruin Medicaid as we know it". "We're anxious about the burden it creates for the states", Kristine Grow, spokeswoman at America's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP), said on Friday. Read More »

Afghan kills two US soldiers in 'insider attack'


Currently, there are about 8,400 US troops and another 5,000 North Atlantic Treaty Organisation forces in Afghanistan to train and assist Afghan forces against the Taliban and conduct counter-terrorism missions. An Afghan soldier opened fire on his USA counterparts on Saturday, killing three Americans and wounding at least one other. "The Afghan army soldier was killed in return fire", said Attaullah Khogyani, spokesman for the Nangarhar province's governor . Read More »

Iran fires missiles against Islamic State in Syria

The remarks came a day after the IRGC said in a statement that the missile attack was conducted in coordination with General Staff of the Armed Forces and with the order of Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, who is the commander-in-chief of the Iranian armed forces. Read More »

Rep. Steve Scalise moved out of ICU

He has received several surgeries since he arrived at the hospital, when doctors said he was at immediate risk of death. James Hodgkinson , 66, who shot Scalise and three other people, was killed in a shootout with police at the baseball field in Alexandria, across the Potomac River from the USA capital. Read More »

Trump Finally Clarifies on Tapes of Comey Talks


Comey said he understood that to be a request to drop the probe. 21% of respondents, however, say they are likely to believe neither Trump nor Comey. Asked point blank if Mueller should recuse himself from the Russian Federation probe, Trump said: "Well, he's very, very good friends with Comey, which is very bothersome". Read More »

Rep. Tim Ryan on Dems, Pelosi: 'Our Brand Is Worse Than Trump'

Nancy Pelosi is still their party's prom queen. Many rank-and-file Democrats were not having it. "That's a problem going forward, and it's going to be a challenge in House races particularly". "It was like a fidget spinner". The Congressional Leadership Fund, a Ryan-aligned GOP super PAC that spent heavily in Georgia , said its polling showed Pelosi to be one of the most effective attack messages in the race as they tried to undercut Ossoff's portrayal of himself as a noncontroversial ... Read More »

Expert Blames Autopilot in USS Fitzgerald Investigation

The U.S. 7th Fleet commander promised multiple investigations into Saturday's fatal collision between the destroyer Fitzgerald and a Philippine-flagged containership. On Sunday, Vice Adm. Joseph Aucoin, commander of the US 7th Fleet, would not speculate on how the accident occurred, but said there would be multiple investigations into the collision, including one by the Navy's Judge Advocate General and one by the US Coast Guard. Read More »

Thousands Pay Tribute To Otto Warmbier In Ohio

Mr Warmbier was traveling in North Korea with a tour group, and was arrested at Pyongyang airport as he was about to leave. Mr Warmbier was accused of trying to steal a propaganda banner while visiting North Korea in 2015 and was later convicted of subversion . Read More »

Trump signs Qatar weapons deal despite terrorism claims

In light of the six Middle Eastern countries that cut all ties with Qatar last week, Donald Trump had approved of their decision, saying: "The nation of Qatar has unfortunately been a funder of terrorism, and at a very high level". Reuters quotes a European diplomat who curbed some of Qatar's enthusiasm by pointing out the timing of the long-developing deal was coincidental, and there is no firm connection between arms deals and foreign policy. Read More »

Rahul Gandhi to travel overseas to meet grandmother


Venugopal that whoever is standing with the people, whoever is working for Congress, whether he is leader or small workers, they should get tickets", Gandhi said, speaking at the delegates meet of the state Congress unit. He said National Herald was launched from Lucknow in 1938 (with Nehru as its Editor) and soon became the voice of the independence movement. Rahul has of late been tweeting about his foreign trips, disappointing his partymen by his sudden disappearances amid crucial ... Read More »

Cop lynched at held Srinagar mosque

Pandit was reportedly clicking pictures of the crowd outside the grand mosque to which some people objected. Three persons were injured when the police officer opened fire with his service pistol. Pandit belonged to Nawpora area in Srinagar city where he was buried in his ancestral graveyard. The police officer is survived by wife, unmarried son and daughter. Read More »

Britain's Prince Philip hospitalized but in 'good spirits'

The palace said the infection that required hospitalization relates to a pre-existing condition. " Prince Philip will attend previously scheduled engagements between now and August, both individually and accompanying The Queen ", the statement about his retirement read. Read More »

After string of defeats, Democrats rudderless in Trump era


Rep. Rice disagreed, saying, "There is a consensus, I think, that we can reach in the caucus that allows for a new leadership team to be put in place in a time that's well before, hopefully, November of next year". Since 1990, she's raised more than $9.2 million for party candidates, including $739,000 in the 2016 election cycle, according to the Center for Responsive Politics, which tracks contributions from candidate committees and affiliated PACs. Read More »

'Bothersome' that Mueller is 'very good friends' with Comey

Trump also expressed hope that House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi remains in her leadership position because it is beneficial to Republicans. Trump's declaration now that there are no recordings appears to settle a key dynamic in that investigation: It's now the president's word against Comey's notes. Read More »

Chile v Australia: Tough task for Socceroos

The Caltex Socceroos know exactly what is required if they are to progress to the semi-finals of the "Tournament of Champions". "There's a real spirit in the team". Impressive youngster Christian Bassogog enjoyed a couple of early shots on goal, ruthlessly exposing Milos Degenek's lack of pace with one run. Cameroon's fate is the same as Australia's . Read More »

New Crown Prince Mohammed seen taking a harder line on Iran

According to Al Arabiya, US President Donald Trump called on Wednesday the newly appointed Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to congratulate him. Prince Mohammed is now defence minister, giving him command of one of the world's biggest arms budgets and making him ultimately responsible for Saudi Arabia's military adventure in Yemen. Read More »