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Charlotte police footage shows shooting of Keith Scott

Police also released three crime-scene photos: a gun, a bloody holster and the partially smoked marijuana joint that first drew the officers' attention when they arrived in the neighborhood. As Scott's wife records, police are heard yelling "Drop the gun!" National Guard members posted in front of many downtown buildings watched the demonstrators marching. Read More »

Hofstra University campus prepares for tonight's presidential debate


The record is now 80.6 million viewers, which was reached during a debate in 1980 between President Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan. Hofstra, which is the first university in the country to hold presidential debates in three consecutive cycles, found out it was hosting the debate just 11 weeks ago. Read More »

Hungarian police officers in stable condition after blast


Mr Papp did not say why the suspect wanted to harm police officers. Unconfirmed local reports speak of a man having been seen attacking the police; one eyewitness has been quoted as saying he saw nails scattered at the scene. Forensic personnel combed the area for clues through Sunday, while police carried out door-to-door enquiries with residents. The campaign has been marked by fears over public security and government posters that have strongly linked migrants to terrorism. Read More »

Obama pledges to lift sanctions on Myanmar

Asked by a reporter when sanctions will be lifted , Obama replied, " soon ". "I expect your businessmen to come to our country to make profits, so that we can make profits for us as well", Suu Kyi said. "If anything, we're enhancing it", said Earnest, arguing that greater engagement with Myanmar would enable the USA to encourage further change. "We want everybody who is a citizen of our country to be afforded the full rights of citizenship". Read More »

Egypt arrests four crew members of capsized migrant boat

He said he was among around 100 people in a hold used to store fish when the vessel capsized. A senior official told EFE news that the boat was carrying mainly Egyptians, Syrians, Sudanese, Eritrean and Somali migrants . The number of migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean from Egypt to Europe has increased significantly in the past year, European Union border agency Frontex recently said. Read More »

Croatia Holds Snap Vote With No Clear Winner in Sight


The results reported Monday by Croatia's state electoral commission showed that the Croatian Democratic Union won 61 seats in the 151-member parliament, while the left-leaning People's Coalition won 54. The vote results represented a huge blow for Milanovic whose Social Democrats — the main party in the Peoples' Coalition — had been considered clear favorites. Read More »

Akhilesh Yadav puts up a brave face, says 'Samajwadi Pariwar' united


Even as the nascent truce in Samajwadi Party appeared to be in shreds with expulsion of his associates, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav today put up a fearless face saying "Samajwadi Pariwar" is united to face all challenges. Speaking to ANI here, BJP leader Sudesh Verma said every adult linked to SP chief Mulayam Yadav is occupying one post or another, be it that of a minister or chairman. Read More »

Israel kills Palestinian armed with knife, says intercepts drone


Over the same period, at least 35 Israelis have been killed in the violence. Earlier in the day, Israeli forces had shot and injured a young Palestinian man at Herod's Gate in the Old City of Jerusalem al-Quds after over an alleged stabbing attack against two Israeli police officers. Read More »

Stabbing Attack Foiled in Hebron, Two Soldiers Wounded in Gush Etzion


The Palestinian health ministry gave the assailant's age as 16. The IDF Spokesperson's Unit said troops shot and killed the assailant, and there were no Israeli casualties. About 217 Palestinians have been killed during that period. Palestinians, many acting alone and with rudimentary weapons, have killed at least 33 Israelis and two visiting Americans in the attacks. Read More »

Australian burkini wearer was 'indecent': French mayor


But the author did find that French Muslims made up a smaller proportion of the French population than had previously been thought. But rather than being allowed to enjoy the sun, sand and blue sea, she and her mother and father were told they were not welcome. Read More »

Snowden says will vote in presidential election


Several human rights organizations -including International Amnesty- put forward an official campaign to raise support for a presidential pardon of Snowden's alleged crimes. According to Snowden , he " could go on ". The report comes as Snowden and his supporters have launched a major push to have him pardoned before President Obama leaves office, and as the Hollywood film Snowden hits theaters worldwide. Read More »

Christie: NJ and NY incidents 'are terrorism,' no connection 'at this time'

Authorities said the lag in the start of the race, reportedly because of late registrations, proved fortuitous, as the bomb went off before runners were on the race course. Officials say the device was timed to detonate during the race which had been delayed while a suspicious rucksack was investigated. Race officials and local authorities canceled the event, race organizers said. Read More »

Philippine Hitman Says Duterte Ordered Death Squad Killings

Of all the 50 killings that Matobato has carried out, he admitted that the most gruesome one was that of a man who was fed to a crocodile in 2007. The decision was described as " heartless " by Senator Antonio Trillanes IV. The then head of the Commission on Human Rights, Senator Leila de Lima, told the inquiry Mr. Read More »

Nawaz arrives in NY to address UN General Assembly


On the sidelines of the UN assembly session, PM Nawaz will hold bilateral meetings several world leaders, including UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, FO said. The Prime Minister will call upon the global community and the United Nations to live up to their promise of ensuring the right to self-determination to the people of Jammu and Kashmir in accordance with UN Security Council resolutions. Read More »

Akhilesh Yadav meets uncle Shivpal, says no rift in Samajwadi Party


Shivpal Singh Yadav", CM Office, GoUP tweeted. "I have a longer experience with Netaji (Mulayam Singh Yadav), I have been with Netaji since the age of 15". In a dramatic development, Shivpal resigned from all party and Cabinet posts on Thursday night, deepening the strife in the party. About protests by his supporters , Akhilesh said, "I have appealed them not to engage in any sloganeering or use any posters or hoardings". Read More »

Hang me if you want to: AAP leader Ashutosh tells women's panel


A woman was harassed by men occupying constitutional posts". "If you want to hang me, hang me". The snooping controversy erupted after claims by two investigative portals in 2013 that former Gujarat Home Minister Amit Shah had ordered illegal surveillance of a woman at the behest of one "Saheb", alleged to be Modi. Read More »

Corbyn election team brand two Tees MPs as "abusive"

The evening was organised by Momentum Watford, a group independent of the Labour Party but it also works to promote the values that Mr Corbyn valued during his campaign, such as fair and honest debate. Neil Coyle, MP for Southwark, said on Thursday he was "livid" about being included. After the release was issued last night, Mr Coyle described himself as "fuming" and hit out at the "desperate, trial by troll, victim-culture claims". Read More »

Israeli soldiers' gunfire kills Palestinian young man near Hebron: medics

There was no immediate word on the assailant's condition. The three Israelis and the wounded attacker were taken to hospital. Eyewitnesses affirmed that all entrances to the Old City were closed following the alleged attack. The Israeli Army spokesperson reported that the 2 Palestinians were "neutralized" by Israeli forces and were critically wounded; the young man was later pronounced dead. Read More »

Brazil's Lula and wife charged with corruption


Still Brazil's most popular politician despite involvement of his Workers Party in the massive Petrobras graft scandal, Lula cried and laughed as he dismissed charges that could lead to his arrest and end his political career. The charges of bribery and money laundering were levelled against Lula, his wife, Marisa Leticia, and seven other people, EFE news reported. "What has raised all that hatred against the Workers' Party was the success of our government, the biggest policy of social ... Read More »

Oliver Stone reveals Snowden's human side in new film


Snowden brought to light", Sanders wrote . Certainly timed to the film's release, the ACLU, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International , along with celebrities and civil rights activists, are campaigning for President Obama to pardon Mr. Read More »

Details About 13-Year-Old Black Boy Shot by Police Emerge

Tamir's death was one of a number of high-profile police killings of African Americans that spurred protests across the country regarding the disproportionate number of black people killed by police. Jacobs said the officer involved has been placed on administrative leave for one week. "As you can see, it looks like a firearm that could kill you". Read More »

Fire at packaging site in Bangladesh kills 23

The cause of the explosion is unknown. At least 13 people died in a fire at a plastic factory in Dhaka a year ago. The fire broke out following a boiler explosion at the four-storey Tempako Packaging Factory this morning in Tongi industrial area, north of Dhaka , said Gazipur Fire Service and Civil Defence Deputy Assistant Director Akhtaruzzaman. Read More »

Luxembourg's foreign minister calls for Hungary's expulsion from EU


Szijjarto added in the same statement released by his office that European Union leaders who push others to "share the burden" of refugees really mean that "Hungary should take on the burden created by the mistakes of others". Asselborn has called for the rule to be reconsidered so that a unanimous vote would no longer be necessary. Activist groups have accused Hungary of mistreating refugees before, claims that Hungary strongly rejected . Read More »

Missoula man in standing rock camp reacts


U.S. District Judge James E. Boasberg wrote in his decision that the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe failed to show "it will suffer injury that would be prevented by any injunction the Court could issue". About 30 environmental groups, including the Sierra Club and Greenpeace, have slammed the project, calling it "yet another example of an oil pipeline project being permitted without public engagement or sufficient environmental review"'. Read More »

Hillary Clinton appeared to faint at the 9/11 ceremony in New York

Hillary Clinton will not travel to and campaign in the West Coast on Monday after she was forced to leave a September 11 event because of health issues. The Democratic presidential nominee made an early departure from the 9/11 anniversary memorial at Ground Zero on Sunday morning. The fall resulted in a concussion and a subsequent blood clot in the brain, which tests later showed were cleared. Read More »

Israeli PM says meeting with leader of Palestine can take place anywhere

He claimed that Israel's "diversity" showed its "openness and readiness for peace". "Israel is the one that is ethnically cleansing the Palestinians", Abbas said in a speech in honor of the Eid al-Adha holiday. "It's called ethnic cleaning". "Therefore, Netanyahu's statements turning USA policy on the settlements to supporting "ethnic cleansing" is music to Trump's ears". Read More »

Judge asked rape victim: 'Why couldn't you just keep your knees together?'


Camp was a provincial court judge in Calgary when he asked the complainant why she couldn't keep her knees together, repeatedly referred to her as " the accused ", and suggested that her attempts to fight off her attacker were feeble. "I can't guarantee that I'm not prejudiced in other areas". "I was and will always be vigilant ... ideal I will never be". Due to the case, Justice Robin Camp is facing a hearing to save his career. Read More »