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NY jihadist Sayfullo Saipov became radicalised in America


Federal prosecutors charged Sayfullo Saipov , a 29-year-old immigrant from Uzbekistan , with providing support to the terrorist group ISIS . Video and still images from traffic and surveillance cameras along the route of the attack show Saipov drove the rented Home Depot pickup truck carefully - and at moderate speed - until he entered the bike path at Houston Street in Lower Manhattan and accelerated. Read More »

Pope decries wars past and present


He added that "humanity must not forget" the suffering of those who have lost loved ones to war. Pope Francis called war "the destruction of ourselves" in an emotional homily given yesterday (3 November) at a U.S. While he is in Asia, the Pope will be hosting an worldwide seminar at the Vatican that will urge the banning of nuclear weapons. The new US ambassador to Rome, Lewis M. Read More »

Dearborn police news conference after 2 charged in daycare shooting


Timothy and Samantha Eubanks' 3-year-old son found the weapon inside the house and severely injured two other kids at his parents' in-home day care facility. He is accused of allegedly "knowingly and intentionally" to have acted in a way to cause serious physical harm, leaving two loaded firearms unsecured and within reach of his six children, ages 3-15. Read More »

Ian Brady: Moors Murderer secretly cremated and buried at sea

Mr Makin gave assurances there was "no likelihood" of this happening, but Sir Geoffrey ruled the issue of disposal should be taken out of Mr Makin's hands. The jawbone and samples of the teenager's hair were discovered at Leeds University after an audit there. It is not clear whether a second funeral will be held to lay Pauline's remains to rest. Read More »

Liberia court orders temporary halt to runoff election prep


A presidential election run-off in Liberia scheduled for Tuesday will be delayed by a Supreme Court fraud investigation, the National Elections Commission (NEC) said on Friday. Former World player of the year and Ballon d'Or victor George Weah has had his bid for political power halted after Liberia's supreme court ordered preparations for next week's presidential run-off to be held up amid allegations of fraud in the first round. Read More »

Will leave State or give up profession, say private doctors


Circle to the Deputy Commissioner's office, where they submitted a memorandum opposing the amendment bill to the district administration. "If the government fails to act now, the doctors will decide to either quit the profession or move out of the State", he said. Read More »

JD-U releases Tejashwi Yadav's selfie with a girl


It's an all out photo war that is going on in Bihar politics between the JD-U and RJD ever since a picture of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar went viral showing him with a prime accused of Bhojpur hooch tragedy that took place in 2012. He said JD-U spokespersons, on instruction from Nitish Kumar, had "lowered the standard of politics", but the RJD will not follow suit. Calling the move of the JD-U to release his personal photo as unfortunate, Tejashwi too indirectly indulged in personal attack ... Read More »

Hamas cedes Gaza border crossings to Palestinian Authority control


Ministers from the Abbas-backed government of national consensus have begun gradually to assume their duties in Gaza in past weeks and on Tuesday took over the revenue accounts of the Rafah and Kerem Shalom crossings, officials said. The agreement set November 1 as the deadline for handing over control of the borders. The Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of the Hamas movement, released a statement following the attack, saying that "the blood of the martyrs would not be wasted, ... Read More »

WWII bomb scare leads police to big zucchini


In a statement, police in the southern town of Bretten did concede that "the object really did look very like a bomb" when they found it on Thursday. Officers were able to dispose of the vegetable without having to call a bomb-disposal team. Read More »

NYC bike path rampage: What we know about the suspect


Soon after eight people were killed by a man driving a rental truck down a Manhattan bike path Tuesday afternoon, information emerged that the suspect was an immigrant from Uzbekistan who lived in Paterson, N.J. A police officer shot Saipov when he wouldn't drop the weapons, police said. Police early Wednesday turned away worshippers from a pre-dawn prayer at the Omar Mosque in Paterson, which is located around the corner from the Uzbekistan native's home. Read More »

Northern Oil and Gas (NOG): +DI Recorded Above


At the end of 06/30/2017 reporting period, 15 institutional holders increased their position in Zion Oil & Gas, Inc. Finally, Royal Bank Of Canada set a $16.00 price objective on shares of Extraction Oil & Gas and gave the stock a "buy" rating in a research report on Thursday, August 24th. Read More »

(LYV) Price Target Raised to $32.00 at Citigroup Inc

Its last month's stock price volatility remained 2.98% which for the week approaches 2.24%. Stephens initiated coverage on Live Nation Entertainment in a research report on Thursday, October 6th. Live Nation Entertainment (NYSE: LYV ) last released its earnings results on Thursday, July 28th. Oak Hill Capital Management Llc owns 2.48 million shares or 27.13% of their United States portfolio. Read More »

Up-to-date Analyst's Assessments: Delta Air Lines, Inc. (DAL), Ecolab Inc. (ECL)

The current P/B amount of Delta Air Lines , Inc. best indicates the value approach in differentiating good from the bad. It is down 53.35% since November 3, 2016 and is uptrending. (NYSE:DAL) has an average volume of 7.55 Million. More interesting news about Delta Air Lines , Inc. (NYSE:DAL) rating on Tuesday, March 29. Deutsche Bank downgraded it to "Hold" rating and $55 target in Friday, April 1 report. Read More »

Military vets give strong support for legalizing medical marijuana, poll finds


The Legion also called out Secretary of Veterans Affairs Dr. David J. Shulkin for not prioritizing medical marijuana during a speech he gave Thursday at Harvard Law School. "The results showed that 81 percent of vets and 83 percent of caregivers support the federal legalization of cannabis for medical purposes". 22 percent of veterans stated they are now using cannabis to treat a medical condition. Read More »

Trump Throws an Obamacare Curveball into the Tax Debate


The GOP has long sought to eliminate the Obamacare mandate, which requires most Americans to get insurance coverage through the program if they aren't already insured through their employer and levies a fine on those who opt out of enrolling for health care altogether. Read More »

Trump to Extend Philippines Visit to Attend East Asia Summit


Trump will then head out on a 13-day trip to Japan , South Korea, China , Vietnam, and the Philippines, focused primarily on the nuclear threat posed by North Korea . Separately, a spokesman for the Kremlin said that American and Russian officials were discussing a meeting between Mr. Trump and President Vladimir V. Read More »

TripAdvisor admits deleting post warning of rape and assault


Based on what the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel unearthed, though, you might want to do more digging beyond the review portal next time you travel. "It's not a new concern in Mexico", says CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg, "but what you have here is a flawless storm of more than one incident happening to people who don't know each other in different resorts". Read More »

BTS to Make Debut US TV Performance at American Music Awards 2017!


However, even though they have been gaining a lot of attention in America lately, after showing their wonderful performance skills live at the American Music Awards this month, we are certain their worldwide fame, and collab opportunities will grow a lot more! BigHit Entertainment has revealed to Forbes "It is such an honor for BTS and BigHit Entertainment to be invited to the American Music Awards as one of the performers", said the BigHit representative. Read More »

No Halton Cities Will Be Receiving Legal Pot Stores

The initial list of cities includes Brampton, Hamilton, Kingston, Kitchener, London, Mississauga, Ottawa, Sault Ste. The province has said it plans to keep cannabis stores away from schools, and to put them in locations that might deter illegal dispensaries from operating. Read More »

Notable Stock Analysts Ratings Banco Santander, SA


The most optimistic analyst sees the stock reaching $10 while the most conventional predicts the target price at $5.1. (The) reissued a "neutral" rating on shares of Banco Santander , in a research note on Tuesday, August 15th. Having a peek at growth estimates of the company, Banco Santander Brasil Sa (NYSE:BSBR) has current quarter growth estimates of 41.7% however it has 18.8% estimations over growth for the next quarter. Read More »

England duo Moeen and Finn ruled out of Ashes warm-up matches


The 28-year-old Finn , who has played 36 Tests, injured his knee while batting and will take no part in the two-day game against a Western Australia XI at the WACA. Root added that the warm-up match will be a golden opportunity for everyone to try and impress ahead of the first Ashes Test on November 23 in Brisbane. Read More »

Burglary suspect gets stuck in takeaway fan unit for 7 hours


A man is being questioned in connection with a suspected break-in after police found him stuck in an extractor unit at a fried-chicken shop. The individual was taken to hospital for a check-up before being arrested. British police were called to investigate a "crime in progress" on the morning of Nov Birmingham to find the suspect completely stuck in an air extractor vent. Read More »

USA conducts airstrikes against IS in Somalia

The US Africa Command said two drone strikes had taken place in northeastern Somalia, with the first coming at midnight local time on Friday and the second later in the morning. A U.S. official told CNN the strikes were carried out by an unmanned drone. After the first attack , Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi "Farmajo" Mohamed called for three days of national mourning and thousands of Mogadishu residents rallied to condemn al Shabaab, an al Qaeda affiliate presumed to have carried out ... Read More »

US House approves funding for children's healthcare programme


The final vote was 242-174, as only 15 Democrats voted for the bill. Lawmakers are asking to reactivate the CHIP program for five more years. But Democrats warned that the partisan House approach would not fly in the Senate, further delaying cash for the programme that expired over a month ago. Read More »

North Texas mother charged with killing daughters, 5 and 7


He then called back to say everything was fine. He told her that his wife was "fine". "She keeps saying somebody's after her". His voice is deep and exhausted. Jacob Henderson, 31, is not their father. In his 911 call, Jacob Henderson is crying nearly uncontrollably, urging a dispatcher to get help to his home at Forgotten Acres. Read More »

Spanish judge issues arrest warrant for ousted Catalan leader


Also in the interview he said that he was "willing to be a candidate" in the regional elections on December 21 and added that he could campaign from overseas. He added that during Friday's cabinet meeting, the Spanish government had agreed to appeal to the Constitutional Court against three laws approved by the former government of Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont, among them, the Catalan law to combat climate change. Read More »

How Disney's New Pixar Land Will Change Disneyland Forever


Other neighborhoods include one inspired by Disney-Pixar's " Toy Story ", that will be developed around the Toy Story Mania attraction; and another inspired by "Inside Out", which will debut a new family-friendly ride that's set to open at a later date. Read More »

Deir al-Zour: Syrian army 'takes last IS stronghold'


Islamic State has been pushed back from its last strongholds in Iraq and Syria as government forces advance against the militant group. But in 2014, IS jihadists seized the city and much of the surrounding province, including vital oil and gas fields that once served as a key source of revenue for the extremists. Read More »

BIGG BOSS 11: Puneesh Sharma PEES in his trousers!


Hina Khan jokingly tells Hiten Tejwani that she could have suggested him a better option to escape. Later in the day, Bigg Boss asked the housemates to name two of the worst performers in the luxury budget task. During the discussion, Akash started shouting at Vikas, which took an ugly turn and Priyank and Akash got into a heated argument. He then made an exit from the jail's window despite being stopped by Arshi and Mehjabeen. Read More »

Hindu terror is a reality, Tamil Filmstar Kamal Haasan


Actor-filmmaker Prakash Raj on Friday supported actor Kamal Hasaan's views on "Hindu extremists". "If abusing and manhandling young couples on the streets of my country in the name of morality is not terrorising", then what is", the actor said in an apparent reference to a series of incidents in Uttar Pradesh where anti-Romeo squads publicly humiliated and thrashed couples. Read More »

Terrorists slit throat of BJP's Kashmir leader


A case has been registered under section 302, 34 RPC, 16 ULA (P) Act in Shopian Police station and the investigation is underway. Even opposition condemned Ahmad's murder. A young life snuffed out in such a heartless way just adds to the sense of shock. Shopian has become a headache for security forces of late, though new army camps were built in the area to counter growing militant activities after the killing of Hizbul Mujahideen commander Burhan Wani in July previous year. Read More »

Justice Department says it was misled by pregnant immigrant teen's lawyers

Despite that, she was sent to a crisis pregnancy center to deter her from getting an abortion. "The ACLU misled the United States as to the timing of Jane Doe's abortion". "That government lawyers failed to seek judicial review quickly enough is their fault, not ours". The Justice Department understands that Jane Doe's case is going to be used by the ACLU to smooth the way for its real prize: a class-action lawsuit meant to establish the precedent that unaccompanied minors apprehended at ... Read More »

Employee who deactivated President Trump's Twitter was contractor


In the end, the Trump's account was missing for a total of 11 minutes. "We have learnt that this was done by a Twitter customer-support employee who did this on the employee's last day. "Trump's Twitter deactivated for 11 min, and I suddenly thought I'd jumped back into the real timeline where things aren't so damned absurd", tweeted Star Trek actor turned social media personality George Takei. Read More »

Ranji game halted as man drives onto the pitch in Delhi


According ESPNcricinfo , the man identified as Girish Sharma claimed that he did not see any security and drove accidently on the pitch as he was lost. The match referee examined the pitch for potential damage and found it in acceptable condition for the match to proceed. The final day of the game, that is tomorrow, will begin at the scheduled time, which is 9:15 am. Read More »

Turkish forces kill 54 PKK terrorists in 2 days


The military reported it had killed five members of the "separatist terror organisation", Turkey's official term for the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK). A skirmish erupted near the town of Semdinli, in the province of Hakkari that borders Iraq, after the security forces spotted a group of rebels who were allegedly preparing to launch an attack, the military said. Read More »

Judge rules no jail time for Bergdahl


He will be dishonorably discharged with his rank reduced to a E1, and he will forfeit $1,000 per month for 10 months. Bergdahl was captured by the Taliban and spent five years under brutal captivity by the insurgent group. The judge made no other comments. The 31-year-old soldier from Hailey, Idaho, was brought home by Obama in 2014 in a swap for five Taliban prisoners at Guantanamo Bay. Read More »

Donna Air confirmed for Dancing On Ice line-up


They're much more excited about him than they are about me doing the show. "I want a six pack". This afternoon it was Donna's turn to reveal she'll be taking part when she visited Loose Women for a natter. "I've wanted to do this for ages. I'm nervous but I can't wait". He advised him to regularly bathe his feet in salty water to harden the skin so his ice skating boots would be more comfortable. Read More »

Increased capital goods imports drive wider USA trade deficit in September


But imports rose more: up 1.2 percent to $240.3 billion. What happened: The trade deficit rose slightly as imports outpaced exports. The conditions are expected to stay supportive for exports to resume growth going forward, with a strong US economy likely to keep demand for Canadian-made goods healthy and a Canadian dollar that has dropped to about 78 USA cents. Read More »

Mukul Roy joins BJP, calls it 'secular' force


Former Trinamool Congress (TMC) leader Mukul Roy formally joined BJP on Friday. Union Minister for Law and Information Technology Ravi Shankar Prasad , BJP general secretary in charge of West Bengal Kailash Vijayvargiya and Rajya Sabha member Swapan Dasgupta welcomed Mr. Read More »

Shock two new favourites for Sunderland manager's job


Minutes after the final whistle the club issued a statement confirming his departure saying: " Sunderland AFC has this evening parted company with manager Simon Grayson". Sunderland sit third-bottom in England's second tier, two points adrift of safety. "While we hoped that Simon's experience in the Football League would help us to a successful season, results have not been good enough for a club of this stature". Read More »

LG V30 Oreo update to release this month


LG hasn't shared the full changelog of the Oreo update at this point, but the phone will most likely include all base Android 8.0 features as well as select LG software customisations. Users can also register through the Quick Help app by tapping on the LG OS Preview banner. LG stated it intends to consider the user feedback with this beta release for fine tuning the software and providing precise and optimized services in the future. Read More »

Defector urges USA to meet with Kim Jong


When asked what he would say to the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un if he met him, he said: "I would ask him to engage with democracy". The word "friendship" was conspicuously absent. Xi has led China since 2012 and was recently confirmed for a second five-year term. China remains committed to the development of friendly relations with North Korea, something which serves the interests of both parties, Chinese Foreign Ministry's spokeswoman Hua Chunying said Thursday. Read More »