Понедельник, 22 Апреля 2019
Latest news
Home » People


Martin Luther King Jr. FBI Dossier Among JFK Assassination Files


Kennedy that published the National US Records. The cache of documents released on Friday (Nov 3) included the 23-page Federal Bureau of Investigation analysis on King written less than a month before his own assassination in 1968, which among other things also alleged lewd sexual conduct by King including a "sex-orgy" and multiple illicit affairs. Read More »

Abe, Trump likely to discuss S. Korea evacuation strategy


USA and Japanese service members standing shoulder to shoulder have made Yokota Air Base one of the most capable operational bases in Japan and in the world, President Donald J. "It was not pleasant for them, was it?" Trump's first-ever visit to Japan comes amid heightened tensions with North Korea over its nuclear programme and missile tests. Read More »

Auto bomber kills at least 15 in Yemeni port Aden

Thick smoke could be seen coming out of the CID building. Security chief Brigadier Shalal Shaei was initially believed to be inside the office at the time of the attack but was later confirmed safe. Islamic State militants claimed responsibility for the assault, without providing evidence. At least seven people were killed and 12 were injured in the attack, according to a local security official. Read More »

IL police officer killed after traffic stop

A Rockford Police officer has died following an early-morning accident Sunday, according to Rockford Police Chief Dan O'Shea. The Rockford Fire Department tweeted a statement saying, "It is with a heavy heart that we mourn the loss of Officer Cox". Read More »

Russian Federation protests: At least 260 nationalist Putin opponents held


Some of the protesters in Moscow were reported to be carrying knives, knuckledusters and rubber bullet-firing pistols. A reporter for popular Echo of Moscow radio station, Andrei Yezhov, wrote on Twitter that he had been detained and posted video from inside a police van, saying most of those held were in their early 20's. Read More »

Wydad Casablanca crowned African champions


Wydad, who eliminated Mamelodi Sundowns, managed to secure a 1-1 draw in the first leg in Egypt last weekend. The Moroccan side pegged back Al Ahly - the competition's most successful club - in the first leg, drawing 1-1 at the Borg El Arab Stadium, and Walid El Karti completed the turnaround in front of a raucous home crowd. Read More »

'Islamic State sympathiser' arrested by Uttar Pradesh ATS


According to Times Now , Zaid is believed to have run an Islamic State network involving several youths from Western Uttar Pradesh while staying in Dubai. As per reports, in April, ATS had arrested four suspected ISIS terrorist Umar alias Nazim, Ghazi Baba alias Muzammil, Mufti alias Faizan and Jakawan alias Eihtesham. Read More »

US Service Member Killed in Afghanistan


A USA soldier has died from wounds sustained during an operation in Afghanistan's eastern Logar province. The NATO-led mission said in a release that the service member's operation took place in Logar province. General John Nicholson, the top USA commander in Afghanistan, said: "We offer our deepest condolences to the family of our fallen brother". The latest death comes after President Donald Trump ordered a boost in the number of USA troops assisting Afghan forces against the Taliban ... Read More »

France slams World Rugby

But World Rugby, the game's governing body, hit back in a statement on Saturday. Spring welcomes in his letter, sent to World Rugby council members and their unions, that the report found that all three bidders would be capable of hosting the tournament - it found South Africa to be the clear victor - but he took issue specifically on three areas: stadia, security, and previous hosting experience. Read More »

Mila Kunis Expertly Trolls Mike Pence Every Single Month


If he truly cares about Republican principles, he should rejoice in the fact that it's private funding going to Planned Parenthood and not money coming from the federal government. Pence might not be amused by her antics, but we are. O'Brien asked his guest. Kunis' husband, Kutcher, famously hosted the MTV hidden-camera prank show, Punk'd . Read More »

Syrian army fully liberates Deir Ezzor city from ISIS


ISIS was pushed from Qaim on Friday, the terror group's last major stronghold in Iraq , according to the office of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi. Government forces launched the operation last week to seize Al-Qaim and its surroundings, a pocket of barren desert along the Euphrates river near the border with Syria . Read More »

Ardern and Turnbull 'We are family'


Ardern said she would not consider making the offer directly to Papua New Guinea, saying that was because the offer to Australia was still under consideration. But Shorten's calls were shut down by the government, with Immigration Minister Peter Dutton telling 2GB that Shorten was creating "media statements designed to appease the left of his party". Read More »

At Least 19 Dead as Typhoon Damrey Sweeps Into Vietnam


Seventy-four other crew members were rescued earlier. Damrey is expected to weaken as it crosses Cambodia but weather warnings for southern Thailand remain in effect. The government said more than 40,000 hectares of crops had been damaged, including sugar cane, rice fields and rubber plantations. Dozens of flights in and out of the country has been cancelled. Read More »

Philippines shrugs off Australia terror threat warning


In a statement, acting Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque told foreign countries that it remains safe to travel to the Philippines as the security personnel continue to tighten security measures to counter potential threats from extremist groups. Read More »

Breeders' Cup: Forever Unbridled holds on in Distaff


Racing third-last out of the stretch for the first time as 2016 GI Breeders' Cup Juvenile Fillies victor Champagne Room (Broken Vow) took them along at what appeared to be a pedestrian tempo, Forever Unbridled was taken out into about the four-path at midway for a clear shot when push came to shove. Read More »

Some families celebrate second adoption at Scott County Courthouse


Wear and other adoption supporters say the credit helps to encourage adoption and in many cases can save the government from expensive spending for foster care and children who age-out of that system and suffer as adults. "The Adoption Tax Credit made it possible for us to adopt", tweeted Nate Pyle, pastor of Christ's Community Church in Fishers, Indiana. "Considering that the adoption process can cost expectant parents up to $40,000", she said , "the March for Life recognizes how ... Read More »

Kansas State at Texas Tech


With 3rd & 2 at the Texas Tech 18 yard line, Jaylon Lane was flagged for pass interference after grabbing Byron Pringle mid-route. The Red Raiders now boast a similar offense to the old Texas Tech teams coached by Mike Leach that caught the Big 12 by surprise in the late 2000s. Read More »

Extortionists nabbed for blackmailing suspended IAS officer


They also warned him to desist from approaching the police. "On October 23, Satish, his wife and another friend Anil Vedmehta called Mopalwar to a spot near Kharegaon toll chowki on the Mumbai-Nashik highway". Reportedly, Mangle came in touch with Mopalwar when latter sought his help regarding a divorce related issue. The city police has arrested a private detective for allegedly extorting Rs 1 crore from anIAS officer. Read More »

PV Sindhu slams on Twitter for misbehaviour of Indigo Airlines ground staff


Despite Sindhu's hefty efforts, her luggage was removed from the cabin and sent to the cargo hold of the aircraft, which was later handed over to her upon arrival. . "We respect PV Sindhu and her achievements for the nation but our policies remain the same for every customer", the Airlines said. The airline in a statement denied that any of its staff misbehaved with Ms Sindhu. Read More »

Flashback: Warren Blasted Trump For Saying The Election Was 'Rigged'


What fueled his fire this time was Donna Brazile, the former Democratic National Committee (DNC) interim chairperson who accused the Clinton campaign of making a joint fundraising agreement with the DNC to have control over the party's finances, strategy and staffing before the primaries began. Read More »

Sen. Rand Paul Assaulted In His Kentucky Home


CBS News has reached out to Paul's congressional office for comment. "Congressperson Paul was caught off-guard and the casualty of an ambush", Kelsey Cooper, Paul's interchanges chief in Kentucky said in an announcement to the Bowling Green Daily News . Read More »

Woman Killed, Several Wounded In Party Bus Shooting In Downtown Santa Monica


A short time later, several armed suspects fired multiple times into one of the buses and fled the scene on foot. Officers arrived in the area and discovered a shooting had occurred with a victim located on Ocean Avenue. Two additional victims remain hospitalized in stable condition. A fourth person sustained undisclosed injuries as well. All lanes on the westbound 10 Freeway to Pacific Coast Highway have been closed as a result, according to the California Highway Patrol. Read More »

DC Metropolitan Sergeant Murdered In Baltimore, During Ceasefire Weekend


The shooting occurred about 12:45 a.m.in the 2800 block of Elgin Avenue in the Walbrook neighborhood of West Baltimore. The victims were taken to hospital where Mason succumbed to his wounds. 40 years old, had been shot in the body while sitting in his vehicle. Baltimore police said they have launched an investigation into the shooting and the shooter remains unknown. Read More »

Padraig Harrington one off early leaders at Turkish Airlines Open


EDDIE Pepperell stumbled late in his third round to slip back in the Turkish Airlines Open . Olesen, who is the 2016 Turkish Airlines Open champion, eneded the day in the 19th place with a two-under-par score. "Today was the best I've played all week, and maybe even better than last week". While Rose was blooming, three sixes on the back nine proved a devil of a problem for Nicolas Colsaerts . Read More »

Saudi Arabia Intercepts Missile Launched from Yemen


Saudi state-owned channel Al Ekhbariya TV said the missile was brought down north of King Khaled airport, and no casualties were reported. Al Jazeera has reported that Yemen's Houthi rebels have claimed responsibility for the attack, saying they launched the Burkan 2-H missile that covered a distance of 500 kilometers from the Saudi-Yemeni border before being intercepted. Read More »

Kremlin calls updated U.S. sanctions on Russian Federation extremely negative


Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov waits before a meeting of Russian President Vladimir Putin with Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, May 23, 2017. A Syria settlement "is being discussed" for the agenda of a possible meeting between the two presidents, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov was quoted as saying by RIA, adding it was in their common interest to have enough time to discuss the issue. Read More »

China makes disrespecting national anthem punishable by jail


The Chinese National People's Congress' Standing Committee passed an amendment to the country's criminal law outlining punishments for people found "seriously" disrespecting the national anthem in public. "It is urgent and important to apply the national anthem law in Hong Kong in a bid to prevent and handle such offences". Hong Kong has maintained a separate legal system from mainland China since the handover of sovereignty from Britain in 1997. Read More »