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Thousands march after Castile verdict

Protestors held signs and banners depicting Castile's face, as they chanted, "no justice, no peace" and "black lives, they matter here". Castile's shooting gained instant worldwide attention as Reynolds began recording on Facebook Live after Yanez has shot her boyfriend. Read More »

Justin Welby says Mosque attack is an 'attack on us all'


Ten people remain in the hospital, two of which are said to be in critical condition. Police , including armed officers, could be seen manning a wide cordon around the area, while others searched the area with sniffer dogs. One witness, identified as Abdul Rahman, revealed that the driver said "I want to kill Muslims". "My officers were on the scene nearly immediately, and other uniformed and specialist officers quickly arrived to support them". Read More »

Supreme Court strikes down sex offender social media ban

In the majority opinion on Monday, Justice Anthony Kennedy concluded, "It is well established that, as a general rule, the Government 'may not suppress lawful speech as the means to suppress unlawful speech.' That is what North Carolina has done here". Read More »

Vehicle strikes several pedestrians on road in London

Toufik Kacimi, the chief executive of the Muslim Welfare House, said the man who was arrested had to be rescued by the imam at the centre to stop him being attacked, Sky News reported. It is located a short walk away from Emirates Stadium, home of the Arsenal football club in north London . Prime Minister Theresa May said she would chair an emergency security Cabinet session later Monday. Read More »

I want to kill all Muslims: London attacker

The van swerved towards the people outside the Finsbury Park Mosque in north London just as they began to assist the man, who had collapsed. One man has died and at least 10 were injured after a auto was driven into Muslim worshippers in north London , in an attack police are treating as a terrorist incident. Read More »

WaPo: Special Counsel Looking At Jared Kushner's Business Activities


It was the most complex white collar crime investigation in FBI history and led to the convictions of the firm's top management. And a person familiar with Trump's thinking said Tuesday morning that it's "unlikely" the President will fire Mueller, but conceded that it's often hard to predict Trump's behavior. Read More »

California mom attacked child in attempted exorcism


They said she continued the assault by striking, biting, and choking the child as a crowd of about 10 to 12 watched. The Humboldt County Sheriff's Office said Kimberly Felder , 45, stripped her daughter naked and shoved sand into her mouth and eyes before a witness tried to stop the attack at a beach in Ferndale, a town 115 miles north of San Francisco. Read More »

USA military service members in Afghanistan injured in insider attack


Around four North Atlantic Treaty Organisation soldiers were killed in attack by an Afghan soldier in northern Balkh province, reports Pajhwok Afghan News. The insurgents are also targeting the global coalition supporting Afghan forces. An Afghan soldier has opened fire on American troops, wounding at least seven of them, before being shot dead in a military base in northern Afghanistan , officials said, in the second so-called "insider attack" in the past week. Read More »

Driver plows into crowd outside London mosque, injuring 10

Witnesses said a white van struck a crowd of Muslim worshippers who had been attending evening prayers during the holy month of Ramadan and were looking after a man who had collapsed. In November 2015, the Metropolitan Police said they were treating as a hate crime an attempted arson attack on the mosque. Police issued an initial statement at 01:03 am (0003 GMT) saying a vehicle had collided with pedestrians. Read More »

Death toll in London tower block fire rises to 79

Both May and her ministers have said they will do all they can to help those left homeless after the blaze and make sure other high-rise buildings, usually home to poorer people, are checked and safe. Later on Sunday, former United Kingdom chancellor Philip Hammond said the cladding material used on the building was banned on British high-rises. Read More »

Turkish leader backs Qatar amid diplomatic row


Slogans against and in support of Qatar in Arabic have dominated Twitter , which is hugely popular in the region, and have grown steadily more nationalistic and aggressive in tone. Speaking in the German town of Wolfenbuettel on Friday alongside German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel, Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani also said that his nation's hope was for diplomacy and dialogue. Read More »

Saudi oil minister sees no threat to effort to balance the market

Asked about the recent drop in oil prices, Falih said: "Markets determine prices but are themselves driven by unpredictable variables beyond the control of producing nations". Falih said there was a relatively big draw of around 50 million barrels from floating storage facilities and a drop in Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development onshore storage of 65 million barrels compared to July a year ago. Read More »

Fired employee kills 5, then himself at Orlando business


He roamed the building and reloaded his gun at least once, singling out his victims, Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings said. Law enforcement authorities said there were "multiple fatalities" following a Monday morning shooting in an industrial area near Orlando . Read More »

White man plows van into crowd by London mosque; 10 injured

Neil Basu, the Senior National Coordinator for Counter Terrorism, said that that Londoners should remain united amid what was now being treated as a terrorist attack. - Eight other people were taken to hospital. May said: "All my thoughts are with the victims, their families and the emergency services on the scene". Read More »

Britain: 'soft' Brexit or no Brexit


Prime Minister Theresa May called fresh general elections to strengthen her hand in Brexit negotiations. Given the high volume of fresh produce trade between the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland , the free movement of goods and workers between the two countries is an important issue for companies on both sides of the border. Read More »

1 dead in crash near London mosque suspected as terrorism

Police said the driver was arrested and the crash was being investigated as suspected terrorism. - Two people were treated at the scene, May said, and eight others have been taken to three hospitals. She has faced heavy criticism for her response to a fire in a London tower block on 14 June killed at least 58 people, and for her record on security after a series of attacks blamed on Islamist militants in recent months. Read More »

Two tropical storms developing?

We are now watching the southern Gulf of Mexico for the potential of tropical development over the next few days. As of Sunday afternoon, the system remained unorganized, and a hurricane hunter flight scheduled to investigate the system was canceled. Read More »

Les Français, démobilisés, boudent les urnes — Législatives


Dimanche 18 juin, tous les leaders politiques ont déploré cette abstention massive. Un record pour le premier tour, un autre pour le second. La participation est traditionnellement plus faible aux législatives qu'à la présidentielle, et le phénomène ne cesse de s'amplifier depuis que le premier se tient dans la foulée du second. Read More »

Van plows into crowd outside a mosque in London

Monday's incident also comes as Britain was coming to terms with the high-rise fire that killed scores. The driver was arrested and taken to a hospital as a precaution. 'It was an attack that once again targeted the ordinary and the innocent. this time British Muslims, ' she said outside Downing Street, referring to recent terrorist attacks in Manchester and London . Read More »

Finsbury Park attack: What we know so far


The driver of the van was a 48-year-old man, who has been arrested and detained by police . According to witnesses , the driver had yelled that he wanted to "kill all Muslims ", making the incident a suspected hate crime. The suspect was yanked from the cab of his van by a furious crowd as he sought to reverse and escape after injuring 10 people in what police said was a deliberate attack on Muslims that was being treated as terrorism. Read More »

Saudi navy seizes boat with weapons near offshore oilfield: SPA


It said one of the boats was subsequently seized and found to be "carrying weapons for a sabotage target". The statement, however, did not say who was behind the attack. The statement said the boats carried "red and white flags". It said the boat was one of two Iranian boats fishing in the Gulf that had been pushed off course by waves. Read More »

Otto Warmbier Wiki: Why was Otto Warmbier in North Korea?


The cause or circumstances of Warmbier's condition is unknown, but Kanter said that such a state is usually the result of cardiopulmonary arrest due to a lack of oxygen to the brain. Tillerson also threatened sanctions on countries that continue to trade with North Korea , singling out China. He was sentenced the following month to 15 years in prison with hard labor. Read More »

Two Arrested On 36 Charges Of Involuntary Manslaughter


During the past six months, the investigating team conducted more than 75 individual interviews, 12 search warrants, and cataloged over 300 pieces of individual evidence, officials said Monday. The Ghost Ship had been home to a community of artists and regularly hosted concerts and parties. Stanford Law professor Robert Weisberg says O'Malley could have even sought second-degree murder, but that these charges against Almena and Harris were "inevitable". Read More »

Confederations Cup begins with colourful opening ceremony

Have you read Trendiee Today? In the opening match, Russian Federation midfielder Denis Glushakov flicked the ball over goalkeeper Stefan Marinovic in the 31st minute as All Whites defenders rushed back to try to clear it off the line. New Zealand nearly clawed themselves back in the game twice - first Ryan Thomas had a brilliant effort saved by Igor Akinfeev and then Tommy Smith had a powerful header cleared off the line by Yuri Zhirkov. Read More »