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Hero who shielded woman from Vegas carnage is a United States soldier


When she fell, Cobos covered her with his body and attempted to shield her eyes. He eventually dragged the woman to safety before returning to the danger zone to help injured concert-goers. Cobos - a Cavalry Scout based in Hawaii - is believed to be spending time with family in California, according to the paper. Becker said on Tuesday, Oct. Lire la suite »

Rail Ecosystem able to create 10 lakh jobs by 2018 : Piyush Goyal


Asked by when the global tender for tracks modernisation would be floated, Mr Goyal said "very soon, it's under process". "I have turned around 100 year old tradition which used to consider all of this as amenities", he said. "If I look at the amount of investment in the pipeline and activate that, it will create 2 to 2.5 lakh jobs in existing projects", Goyal said. "Over the years India was well known for yoga, Ayurveda, cricket or Bollywood". Lire la suite »

Montana's top federal attorney taking aim at violent crime


But Justice Department officials insist they are drawing from lessons learned since Project Safe Neighborhoods was initially launched in 2001. "According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the violent crime rate has risen by almost 7% over the past two years, and the homicide rate has risen by more than 20%". Lire la suite »

Firearm Accessory Used in Las Vegas Massacre Renews Questions About Gun Control

And after the Vegas shooting, demand for bump stocks is on the rise. "The stock has no automatically functioning mechanical parts or springs and performs no automatic mechanical function when installed ..." What is Congress doing about it? While bump stocks simulate the same action of an automatic firearm, they are not fully automatic and so have not been banned by the ATF. Lire la suite »

Palestine hopes for support as reconciliation process underway


Afterwards government spokesman Yusuf Al Mahmud said a full reconciliation deal would take time. Hamas' official TV station reported Thursday that senior member Saleh al-Arouri has been chosen to be the deputy Hamas political chief. There were several reasons for the release of Hamas's new program; namely, its attempt to better relations with Egypt to combat the Daesh threat in north Sinai, aims to decrease internal pressure coming from Abbas and the worldwide one coming from Egypt and Israel. Lire la suite »

Significant breakthrough on Sharron Phillips case


Police believe it had been cleared years earlier, but there is no record of it. Ms Phillips was last seen around 11pm on May 9, 1986 making a phone call from a phone box on Wacol Station Road after her Datsun ran out of petrol. His information led to the excavation of soil and debris from a drain under a road at Carole Park during that month, but found nothing of interest. Lire la suite »

US Supreme Court denies stay for Florida inmate


He's been on death row now for almost 34 years and the governor who signed his first death warrant - Bob Martinez - left office in 1991. He claims to have killed Moore in self-defense after he murdered Bryant. The Florida Conference of Catholic Bishops has asked Governor Rick Scott to commute Lambrix's death sentence to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Lire la suite »

This is the upcoming BlackBerry 'Krypton' according to Evan Blass


We now have an official render of what was widely known as the BlackBerry Krypton. Shutterstock BlackBerry has posted higher than expected profit in the second quarter of the year thanks to record software sales. The home will likely be embedded with fingerprint scanner, volume adjusters and power button are seen at the right border with another utility button. Lire la suite »

Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock considered targeting locations in Chicago, Boston

The 64-year-old gambler and retired accountant had also researched the city of Boston, NBC News reported , citing senior law enforcement officials who have been examining the gunman's electronic records. Like all Filipinos overseas I was excited to go home and see family and friends. Lombardo also hinted at evidence that Paddock may have planned to survive, but what he meant to do afterwards is still a mystery. Lire la suite »

Xenophon resigns to run for South Australian state parliament


Senior Turnbull government ministers from South Australia have wasted no time in discrediting Nick Xenophon after the senator announced he will quit federal parliament for another run at state politics. "Just as NXT has unashamedly used its position in the Senate to advance better outcomes for South Australians , SA-BEST will relentlessly use a position of influence in the state parliament to secure reforms that will lead to better government, to the more reliable and affordable services ... Lire la suite »

La France d'accord pour "prêter" Abdeslam à la Belgique


Ils pensaient trouver une ancienne planque des terroristes. Six d'entre eux avaient été légèrement blessés. Un djihadiste algérien avait été tué en couvrant la fuite d'Abdeslam accompagné d'un complice. Deux autres personnes présentes dans l'appartement, Salah Abdeslam et Soufien Ayari, avaient pu s'échapper. C'est le tribunal correctionnel qui devra se prononcer pour la Belgique . Lire la suite »

President Trump Warns of 'the Calm Before the Storm' During Military Meeting


Could be the calm before the storm. Pressed on what he meant, Mr. Trump said "we have the world's great military people" in the room. JUST IN: "Maybe it's the calm before the storm", Pres. When reporters present asked what he meant, Trump replied: "It could be, the calm, the calm before the storm". "They have not lived up to the spirit of their agreement", he added. Lire la suite »

Donald Trump calls Las Vegas gunman 'demented'


And finally, how about a yearly sanity check for anyone owning a gun . "We wouldn't get notified of the purchases of the rifles". Meanwhile, in House of Representatives, democrats Dina Titus of Nevada and David Cicilline of Rhode Island introduced a bill to ban the manufacture, possession, transfer, sale or importation of bump stocks . Lire la suite »

Vegas shooter's girlfriend says had no idea Paddock was 'planning violence'

Suarez initially said the Federal Bureau of Investigation had shared to the NBI the information on the date of her arrival and the money transfer. Danley was named a person of interest in the early aftermath of the shooting, but officers with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department soon said they had spoken to her and she was cleared. Lire la suite »

Modi calls back Amit Shah from Kerala Yatra to conduct meet


Modi and Shah had a separate meeting after Jaitley's departure. It is reliably learnt that Jaitley met Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah at 4PM at PM's official residence, after which he left the venue. The dip, he said, resulted from the "tough measures" enacted by his government, which will yield "far better results" in the long-run. Lashing out at the critics of his economic policies, Modi told in a meeting of Company Secretaries that the economy was on firm ... Lire la suite »

HP Ditches Windows Phones, Microsoft "Less Focused" On Mobile

Instead, HP will discontinue support for the phone in 2019, even as many expect Microsoft to pull support for Windows 10 Mobile sooner rather than later . Earlier this year, news had broke of HP deciding to abandon the x3 and discontinuing sales of the device. And while rumors persist that Microsoft is working on a so-called "Surface Phone", giving the company one last shot at challenging the iPhone and Android smartphone duopoly, we're nearly certain not to see it before 2018 at the ... Lire la suite »

DACA renewal deadline is today


October 5 marks the last day for immigrant youth to submit their DACA renewal, with tens of thousands of Dreamers unable or unwilling to submit renewal applications in time. Al Jazeera's Kristen Saloomey reports from Providence on Rhode Island. This comes after President Donald Trump's administration made a decision to rescind the program that was enacted by former President Barack Obama in 2012, providing almost 800,000 young immigrants a reprieve from deportation and the ability to work ... Lire la suite »

Brazil held goalless by outstanding Bolivia keeper Lampe


Brazil is already guaranteed a place in Russian Federation next year and lead the South American zone's standings with 37 points from 16 matches. The first period was very entertaining, with both sides having some very good chances. In the last five matches, Brazil has won four matches and lost one match whereas the team Bolivia has won three matches, lost one match and the other match ended in a draw. Lire la suite »

White House press secretary tears up while talking about Las Vegas victims


President Donald Trump says he met "some of the most incredible people" during a visit to a hospital where victims of the mass shooting in Las Vegas are being treated. history, a trip that will test his ability to console a shocked nation. The gunman, identified as Stephen Paddock , 64, of Mesquite, Nevada, opened fire from the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino on an outdoor music festival. Lire la suite »

Concacaf recorta a 32 su lista de ciudades sede para Mundial


Por Estados Unidos son 25 potenciales sedes: Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Cincinnati, Chicago, Dallas , Denver, Detroit, Houston , Kansas City, Las Vegas, Los Ángeles, Miami, Minneapolis, Nashville, New York/New Jersey, Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, San Francisco, Seattle, Tampa, y Washington. Lire la suite »

Google Pixel 2 - is it better than the iPhone 8?


It's a material and a sound-related prelude to the pleasure of music. But the truth of headphone jacks on phones is that not all of them were made equal. Given Apple and Samsung's rivalry in the smartphone market, their business relationship represents one of the most curious developments within the tech industry. Lire la suite »

Paris : les salariés sans-papiers grévistes, qui travaillaient à Burger King, ont obtenu gain de cause


Albiance assure aussi qu'elle leur fournira du matériel de protection pour travailler. Les magasins de République, mais aussi Gare de l'Est, La Défense, Barbès, Rosny-sous-Bois ou encore Aulnay-sous-Bois sont concernés. De son côté, la préfecture de Paris s'engage à étudier leur demande de régularisation. C'est une " victoire sur la totalité des demandes ", salue la représentante des salariés à l'UL CGT Paris, Maryline Poulain, même s'il reste "des réunions techniques" jeudi pour " ... Lire la suite »

Ontario bill looks to strengthen consumer protection and ban scalper bots

This June, Ontario Attorney General Yasir Naqvi announced that he had heard the numerous complaints about lack of transparency and potential bot use in the ticketing industry, sparked specifically by the quick sell-out of The Tragically Hip's tour after the band's lead singer announced his diagnosis with terminal brain cancer. Lire la suite »