World Facebook killer takes his own life as police close in
Author: 0 Facebook killer takes his own life as police close in

Pennsylvania State Police look over a auto as they investigate the scene where Steve Stephens , the suspect in the random killing of a Cleveland retiree posted on Facebook, was found shot dead Tuesday, April 18, 2. "We have a lot of work, and we will keep doing all we can to prevent tragedies like this from happening", he said. Stephens' recent Facebook posts give insights into a deeply troubled man who earlier in the week complained that he had "lost everything" due to gambling debts.

Author: 0 Iran's Rouhani condemns U.S. attack on Syria, chides Gulf Arabs

The US is not backing down, with its United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley telling a security council meeting that Washington had taken "a very measured step" but was ready to go further. Russian Federation and Iran, together with Turkey, are working to arrange a series of peace talks between conflicting sides within Syria in the Kazakh capital of Astana.

World Clinton's 2nd Call on Election Night: 'Mr. President, I'm Sorry'
Author: 0 Clinton's 2nd Call on Election Night: 'Mr. President, I'm Sorry'

The book also delves into how Clinton conceded on Election Night, reporting that there was some unintended delay in her making the call to Trump. "You need to concede", President Obama reportedly told Clinton over the phone. Allen and Parnes appeared Tuesday morning on Fox & Friends, where they discussed how the Clinton Campaign reacted to their failure as the results came in on Election Night.

Author: 0 Turkey pleased by Trump's approach: President Erdogan

On Monday, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters that the results of Turkish referendum should be respected. Electoral board head Sadi Guven said the objections would be evaluated Wednesday. The U.S. response has been different, with President Donald Trump calling Erdogan shortly after the referendum to congratulate him on his win. The constitutional changes move Turkey from a parliamentary system of government to a presidential one.

World Violence spikes in Kashmir after videos inflame tension
Author: 0 Violence spikes in Kashmir after videos inflame tension

Admitting that situation in Kashmir valley was deteriorating, they said the authorities were apprehensive that this summer too will be "hot" like past year when mass scale protests marred the state for more than five months following Hizbul Mujahideen militant Burhan Wani's death in June.

Author: 0 Korean crisis: Trump 'sends in three aircraft carriers'

According The New York Times , the White House said it got its information from the U.S. Department of Defense. By conducting joint exercises with the Maritime Self-Defense Force and through other means, the US aircraft carrier strike group is poised to increase military pressure on North Korea and urge Pyongyang to engage in restraint.

World Panama Case verdict to be announced tomorrow
Author: 0 Panama Case verdict to be announced tomorrow

The hearing began in an open court and eventually the case was concluded and decision reserved on February 23. The judges come out in the open, if they want to discuss it. In 2014, Khan led a months-long protest that paralysed the government quarter in the capital, Islamabad , after rejecting Sharif's decisive election win a year earlier.

World Posh day at palace: Victoria Beckham gets royal recognition
Author: 0 Posh day at palace: Victoria Beckham gets royal recognition

Captioning a photo of Victoria receiving her award, he wrote: "I want to say how proud I am of my mum today as she received her OBE". Speaking after the presentation, Victoria said she was "honoured" and "humbled" to be awarded the prestigious title.

World Trump speaks with Egyptian president on church bombings
Author: 0 Trump speaks with Egyptian president on church bombings

Emergency services had scrambled to the scene when another blast rocked St Mark's church in Alexandria where Coptic Pope Tawadros II had been leading a Palm Sunday service. Hundreds gathered outside the Tanta church shortly after the blast, some weeping and wearing black while inside, blown apart pews sat atop tiles soaked with blood.

World Blackhawks, Blue Jackets look to stave off elimination
Author: 0 Blackhawks, Blue Jackets look to stave off elimination

Blue Jackets head coach John Tortorella said that the third line lit a fire and set the tone for the game, shifting the momentum in the team's favor. A first-round draft pick (No. "They play this crap for music when you come in after the game". The Penguins responded to pull within one again at 2:10 of the third on Kuhnhackl's goal.

Author: 0 Warburton to captain Lions as Hartley misses out

Jared Payne was included after his impressive showing against England and Ross Moriarty rewarded for some explosive performances for Wales last summer in New Zealand and the Six Nations. Also poised to tour Argentina are prolific try-scoring rugby league convert Denny Solomona, who qualifies for England on residency grounds, and uncapped back-row prospect Sam Underhill.

World Ready to sacrifice my life for Ram Mandir, says Uma Bharti
Author: 0 Ready to sacrifice my life for Ram Mandir, says Uma Bharti

The top court's order today accepts a CBI request that Mr Advani and 12 others be tried for criminal conspiracy in the case. Congress chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said, "The Supreme Court has spoken". While the SC decision could be described as a blow to Mr Advani and Mr Joshi, who anyway have been marginalised in the organisation, BJP spin doctors feel that the party will eventually gain as the two-year trial would keep the Ayodhya pot boiling.

Author: 0 Indian politicians to face trial over mosque demolition

Mr Advani along with party colleagues, Murli Manohar Joshi and Uma Bharti charged with making inflammatory speeches that motivated Kar sevak volunteers or to pull down the historic mosque in 1992. Many Hindus believe the Babri mosque was only built after the destruction of a temple that marks the birthplace of their god Ram. Advani, now 89, has consistently denied a criminal conspiracy to destroy the mosque.

Author: 0 Lookout notice against him, Dinakaran calls meeting of party MLAs

The party has to agree on who will be the leader without the charisma and magnetism of personalities like M. G. Ramachandran or Jayalalithaa. Chief Minister Edappadi K. Jayakumar denied rumours that Sasikala and Mr. Dhinakaran have resigned from the party. A lookout notice has been put out against Dinakaran as the police is anxious he may try to escape.

Author: 0 MOAB death total rises to 94

The GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast bomb - dubbed the "Mother Of All Bombs" - was unleashed in combat for the first time, hitting ISIS positions in eastern Nangarhar province on Thursday. Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai condemned the use of the bomb on Afghan soil. Shinwari said that there were "no military and civilian casualties" in the incident.

Author: 0 Russian Federation on 'wrong side' of Syria argument, Theresa May says

Russian Federation has also denied a chemical weapons attack took place in Syria saying the deaths in Khan Sheikhoun were caused by a Syrian regime airstrike on a rebel-controlled chemical weapons factory on the ground. Tillerson is considering the request, he said, "and we expect that Washington will have a constructive reaction". But he clearly wasn't counting on it.

Author: 0 Israeli troops kill Palestinian who rammed West Bank bus stop: army

The junction has been the scene of many attacks since the current wave of violence began more than one and a half years ago. According to MDA, the victim was approximately 60 years old. In that same time, Israeli forces killed at least 244 Palestinians, a lot of them identified as attackers by Israeli authorities. Others died during clashes and protests.

Author: 0 UK prime minister defends decision to seek snap election

May wasted no time, going from the vote in Parliament to kick off her campaign with a speech in to supporters northwestern England. "At this moment of enormous national significance there should be unity here in Westminster, but instead there is division", she said.

World Patriots' Rob Gronkowski jokingly crashes White House briefing
Author: 0 Patriots' Rob Gronkowski jokingly crashes White House briefing

While wandering the White House (apparently unsupervised), dude made some viral content. Chris Long also boycotted the ceremony while Alan Branch, like Brady, said he planned to spend time with family instead. The White House is aware of "potential negative impacts" from a review ordered by Trump of whether lifting sanctions through the Iran nuclear deal was in USA national security interests, his spokesman says.

Author: 0 Thousands of Britons to be hit by Australian visa clampdown

The prime minister couldn't say how many more jobs would be available to Australians when the new scheme starts. More than 95,000 foreigners are now employed under the 457 visa, making up a mere 0.8 percent of Australia's labor force. they're not going to have sufficient or expansive independent labour market testing". "We still hear different employers that often they do take on unskilled migrant workers because they can't get jobs by local people, so they're happy to take on migrants ...

World North Korea's failed missile launch a 'provocation', says Pence
Author: 0 North Korea's failed missile launch a 'provocation', says Pence

North Korea on Saturday warned the U.S. not to take provocative action in the region, saying it is "ready to hit back with nuclear attacks". The warning was sounded by Choe Ryong-hae, an aide to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, as the pariah state displayed its submarine-launched ballistic missiles for the first time .

Author: 0 Maduro orders Venezuela army into streets

The streets of Caracas have seen running battles pitting masked protesters hurling stones and Molotov cocktails against riot police firing tear gas, rubber bullets and water cannon. "Our role is going to have to be humanitarian assistance - if President Maduro would ever let it in", Nelson said. Opposition marchers included Liliana Machuca, who earns about $20 a month holding two jobs teaching literature.

World North Korea Shows Off Missiles During Military Parade
Author: 0 North Korea Shows Off Missiles During Military Parade

Kim Jong-Un did not speak during the parade, the annual highlight of North Korea's most important holiday, which celebrates the 1912 birthday of his grandfather, Kim Il Sung, the country's founding ruler. After inspecting an honor guard, Kim, in a black suit, watched the parade pour into Kim Il-Sung Square, accompanied by top military and party leaders, state television showed in a live broadcast.

World Ajay Maken may join BJP after polls, says Arvind Kejriwal
Author: 0 Ajay Maken may join BJP after polls, says Arvind Kejriwal

He got political honour and respect from Congress and was not only a minister but was also made Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee (DPCC) president. Singh said that he chose to be a "traitor" by joining the BJP which fights for the cause of soldiers, instead of being a burden on the Congress like Dikshit.