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Dylann Roof stopped at second church after Charleston shooting

Newly released court documents (via ABC News) claim that the 22-year-old left the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, and traveled to the Branch AME Church, with the documents citing Global Positioning System data that was not revealed during the trial.

'British IS bomber' Ronald Fiddler was former Guantanamo detainee

He said he believed the settlement was paid to avoid disclosure in court of security service activities. In response, the paper issued a statement saying Mr Blair was "utterly wrong to accuse the Daily Mail newspaper of inaccuracy over the Ronald Fiddler story".

Rouhani: Iran paid heavy price to support Palestinians

Rouhani was speaking on the sidelines of an worldwide conference in Tehran on the Palestinian issue, a day after Iran's supreme leader called for a fresh uprising against Israel , terming the Jewish state a "cancerous tumor". "On this occasion, I invite all the participants to read the Opening chapter of the Quran and send it to his soul", Said Ali Khamenei. "Multiple intifadas and continuous resistance have succeeded in achieving very important incremental goals".

Investigators release audio recorded by IN homicide victim

This is the prime suspect in the murders of in teenagers Abigail Williams and Liberty German, police said Wednesday - recorded by Liberty before her death. Authorities have not discussed a motive. Police are not releasing the cause of death because they say that will be a way to help identify the suspect or someone who knows something.

Britain defends Trump visit despite protests

Opening the debate, Labour Party legislator Paul Flynn pointed out that only two other US presidents - George W. Bush and Barack Obama - have been invited for state visits since the 1950s. The lawmakers jointly debated a rival petition calling on the British government to stand by the invitation. In Jan. 2015, the question was whether the USA presidential candidate should be allowed into the country.

China Cuts Off Major Financial Lifeline to North Korea

The warning comes after Beijing suspended coal imports from North Korea last week, Efe news reported . Much of this Machiavellian realpolitik is deplorable, but the bottom line is that Beijing is growing increasingly frustrated with North Korea's antics, and may be ready to change course.

Trump administration seeks to prevent 'panic' over new immigration enforcement policies

Federal law enforcement agencies-including Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Customs and Border Protection (CBP)-have been instructed to immediately detain and deport all migrants caught entering the country, while also calling for the expedited removal of people who have been in the US for up to two years, anywhere in the country.

Israeli military response to Sinai rocket attacks impossible: former intelligence official

The website cited sources in the Israeli army as saying that the warning sirens did not go off in the area in which the rockets exploded. Meanwhile, the IS-affiliated news agency of "Ammaq" declared on Monday that five civilians had been killed in a strike executed by an Israeli drone against a vehicle inside a village located south of the North Sinai city of Rafah.

Battle for Mosul: Iraqi forces begin operation to rescue western Mosul

A federal police officer stands inside a damaged house Sunday after it was hit by an airstrike in Hamam al-Alil, Iraq . Charity Save the Children said on Sunday it believed as many as 350,000 of them were children. "We are not in Iraq to seize anybody's oil". "They have taken the fight to the enemy and sacrificed their blood for the people of Iraq and the rest of the world".

Auto bomb in S.Eastern Turkey kills child, wounds 15

The blast occurred at 8.45 p.m. local time (1745GMT). Tuna said a male suspect between the ages of 18- and 20-years-old was seen parking the vehicle near the housing complex. Prime Minister Binali Yildirim also condemned the attack and vowed to eliminate the terrorists. Officials said one of the dead was a child. "This terrorist attack was carried out against not only the judiciary but also our law, our justice, our nation, and our unity".

Call Out Trump for Flunking His Press Conference-Even the Easiest Question

Trump initially responded by saying he was "very honored" by his Electoral College victory over Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. As Trump defended himself -"I am the least anti-Semitic person that you've ever seen in your entire life".

Powerful storm Brings Flooding to California

Rain fell in some areas at rates up to three quarters of an inch per hour and wind gusts hit 55 mph in the Malibu hills, the weather service said. It follows a quick-moving system Thursday that delivered modest rainfall totals, ranging from almost 2 inches in Venado in Sonoma County, 1.33 inches in the Santa Cruz Mountains and less than a half-inch in most cities.

Syrian opposition groups present at Astana talks

The Russian-proposed draft of the Syrian constitution, presented at the Astana I talks last month, falls short of mentioning federalism as a system of governance in the war-torn country, but hints at larger cultural and administrative freedoms within a decentralized Syria.

North Korean Leader's Half Brother Dead In Suspected Assassination

Kim Jong Nam was the eldest son of North Korea's previous leader, Kim Jong Il , and was once considered the favorite to succeed his father. No other details were immediately available. U.S. officials reportedly suspect that Kim's murder this week was a political assassination, ordered by Kim Jong-un. Kim Jong Nam's son, now 21, once posted photographs of himself wearing a cross and has spoken out about humanitarian issues such as human rights and starvation in North Korea.

PM welcomes election of Steinmeier as new German president

His predecessor, Joachim Gauck, did not seek another term and will step down on March 18. He received 931 of the 1,260 votes. "I have faith in him to lead our country in these hard times", Chancellor Angela Merkel, who is seeking a fourth term, said after the vote.

Samsung heir in hot water again as bribery evidence piles up

The prosecution has also identified four other Samsung executives as suspects and have summoned three of them. Lee Jae-yong, Samsung Electronics vice chairman and the son of the Samsung group chairman Lee Kun-hee, has been quizzed multiple times over his role in the scandal that has rocked the nation.

N.Korea Fires Missile as Trump Meets Abe

Its missile launch over the Sea of Japan on February 12th came as Donald Trump hosted Shinzo Abe, Japan's prime minister, on a state visit. As for the US, Mr Trump said on Saturday: "America stands behind Japan, its great ally, 100%". In his letter, Gardner outlined four steps for Trump to take to prioritize North Korea. The trajectory of the ballistic missile tested Sunday was similar to that of North Korea's KN-11 submarine-launched ballistic missile, Jeffrey Lewis, director of the East ...

Powerful bomb blast rocks Lahore

Earlier Monday, local media reported a powerful explosion at a rally where people were protesting against local legislation. A man reportedly crashed his motorcycle into the crowd of protesters before detonating the bomb, local police official Ali Raza told the AP.

Erdogan says Syria's al-Bab 'will soon' be cleared from Daesh

Turkey launched Operation Euphrates Shield in August 2016 to maintain border security citing ISIS terrorism and a desire to deny the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) a safe haven in Kurdish areas of northern Syria. Syria is now split into areas controlled by one of four factions; ISIL, the Syrian government, the Free Syrian army, and the Kurds. Rebels, for their part, struck at government positions in central Hama province, though they have been mostly occupied by infighting in Idlib that calls ...

CAS sanctions Russian athlete Savinova for 4 years for doping

Savinova, 31, was one of five Russian track and field athletes named in a World Anti-Doping Agency report and has not raced since 2013, according to BBC News . Dmitriev spoke of secret video footage of suspended coach Kazarin, who is seen in a sports hall in Chelyabinsk during a training session for 400m runner Artem Denmukhametov.

Phoenix mayor calls deportation of undocumented woman a 'travesty'

Ms Rayos was 14 when she left Acambaro, a city in an impoverished corner of the Mexican state of Guanajuato, and sneaked across the border into Nogales, Arizona, a three-hour drive from Phoenix. However, the former president was known to be easier on people like Garcia de Rayos. Demonstrators can be heard shouting "Power to the people, no one is illegal!" and "Justice!" Seven people were arrested after a group of protesters blocked an ICE van.

Canada Treads Softly with Bombardier Funding

Last year, Bombardier received a US$1-billion investment for the CSeries from the Quebec government in exchange for a 49.5-per-cent stake. This assistance, plus potential future government aid, "deepen distortions in the aircraft sector to the detriment of Brazilian interests", the foreign ministry said.

Former president Nicolas Sarkozy ordered to face trial over 2012 election funds

Some of the employees at Bygmalion already faced charges and they admitted they knew all along about the excess spending. An investigating magistrate ordered Sarkozy on February 3 to stand trial on charges of illegal financing of an election campaign, according to the judicial official.

Housing White Paper: what you need to know

Smee agreed with this prediction and told the forum audience that he expected Theresa May's shift away from the previous government's attitude of "housing ownership good and tenancy bad" to be confirmed in the White Paper. "It's interesting to see the reduction from three to two years for implementation of planning permissions as this will encourage construction and discourage land banking, and I believe this will have an impact on the design approach to some schemes".

UP Election 2017: BJP slams Aparna Yadav for anti-quota remarks

On Monday, Mulayam denied any differences in the party despite Shivpal's threat to float a new party after the poll results are declared on March 11. I will start campaigning from tomorrow. On the SP-Congress poll alliance, the Chief Minister said, "It has accelerated the pace of SP's cycle.We did not act like a miser friend". Aparna is pitted against Rita Bahuguna Joshi, who won the seat as a Congress candidate in 2012.

USA to Deploy Navy Destroyer Off Yemen Coast to 'Protect Waterways'

The fresh sanctions have been implemented in the wake of Iran's test last Sunday of a ballistic missile believed to have the capacity of carrying a nuclear weapon. Two Saudi sailors were killed and three were wounded in the attack. The press secretary did not correct the allegation that the Iranian government carried out the attack.

Dubai Desert Classic suspended by strong wind

His agent Mark Steinberg says Woods' pain came out of nowhere, but the fact that it's not nerves is quite encouraging. After a first round without a birdie, Woods said he was fine even though he appeared to be uncomfortable at times. "He can move around, he just can't make a full rotation on the swing". Today, the momentum kept slipping away just when it seemed to be coming Lahiri's way.

Whoopi Goldberg to Berkeley rioters: 'You're not helping'

The decision came two hours before Wednesday's talk by Milo Yiannopoulos, a polarizing editor of the Breitbart News site, after some 1,500 people had gathered outside the venue. Her co-host Joy Behar, claiming to be the "first First Amendment person here", said she really believed in the right to free speech, but questioned why Berkeley would invite someone who many believe is racist, misogynist and little more than an "alt-right" provocateur.

Replace Obamacare with Bernie Care

As young college student's health insurance may seem like an issue we will never have to worry about. And the same principle should be applied if repealing the Affordable Care Act, said the president and CEO of University of Vermont Health Network, Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital in Plattsburgh.

Nicki Minaj Fires Back At Giuseppe Zanotti Over 'Racism And Disrespect'

The 34-year-old since started retweeting memes about her feud baring the same hashtag. " #GiuseppeZanotti seems to think it's ok to name his sneakers after me but his PR says they won't take our call". The rapper said the designer once told her she inspired him to create a sneaker in her honor, but when she asked him to partner with her on something bigger, she was turned away.

US Employers Add 227000 Jobs; Trump Applauds Numbers

President Trump touted the report earlier in the day as well, telling his Economic Advisory Council crediting the increase in jobs to "a great spirit for the country right now". Ultimately, the desire to put more Americans to work with higher pay is the challenge and the opportunity for the Trump administration. The unemployment rate is forecast unchanged at 4.7 percent.

Did Trump Undermine Mattis's Trip Before It Started?

Mattis encountered a supportive banner as his motorcade approached his hotel on Namsan, a mountain landmark in Seoul adjacent to the main American military presence here. Mattis said Washington's security commitment to Seoul included the deployment of THAAD and United States "extended deterrence", reported Yonhap news agency, quoting a statement from South Korea's presidential office.

ZOA on Holocaust: Trump Should 'Rectify Painful Omission'

The White House in its statement on Holocaust Remembrance Day engaged in Holocaust denial . He argued that Trump "went out of his way to recognize the Holocaust" and said the statement "was written with the help of an individual who's both Jewish and the descendent of Holocaust survivors".

Nigel Farage got royally trolled live on TV in European Parliament

Trump, Farage, Wilders, Le Pen - they are selling a false prospectus to the people - claiming that breaking up the European Union into competing nationalist enclaves is the solution to people's problems. "And if you throw that suggestion back in my face then you prove yourselves to be the anti-democratic zealots that I always thought you were". He's received a lot of praise on social media.

'Sharkwater' Director Rob Stewart Missing Off Florida Keys

The other three divers emerged safely. Mr Stewart's sister told CBC Toronto that he had been diving with three friends, who all made it back to the boat safely. "As long as there's a chance of survival, we're going to search", Cangemi said. According to Alexandra, at the time he vanished, Stewart was on a diving expedition as he worked on his upcoming film " Sharkwater: Extinction", which is a sequel to his award-winning 2006 documentary.

UN Hopes U.S Refugee Ban Temporary

Stars have also declared their opposition to the U.S. president's executive orders. When asked if Christians would be given special status, he replied "yes", adding: "They've been horribly treated... Salil Shetty, the group's secretary general, said: "These men, women and children are the victims of the same terror President Trump claims he wants to fight against".

Nazi propaganda chief's secretary dies at 106

She describes Goebbels as a vain man whose hate-filled public speeches were hard to reconcile with what she said was his considerable charm when not in the spotlight. The secretary had previously spoken of the experience last days in Hitler's bunker, in which Nazi officials "numbed themselves" by drinking a lot of alcohol.

Rescuers Find 25 Tourists From Disappeared Boat Near Malaysia, Six Still Missing

The search and rescue operation is ongoing. "It was reported missing when it did not arrive even 12 hours later and a search-and-rescue operation was launched less than 30 minutes later", said the agency. The navy, maritime police and air force were involved in the search, which covered 400 nautical miles. Roughs seas and strong winds hampered rescue efforts on Saturday night and Sunday, authorities said.

USA raid kills 3 Al-Qaeda leaders in Yemen

On Sunday, U.S. Central Command reported the first counterterror operation carried out under approval by President Trump. U.S. drones have carried out periodic attacks on al-Qaeda. USA special forces attempted to rescue an American and a South African hostage held by al Qaeda in another part of the country in December 2014. The official said American forces did not seize any militants or take any prisoners off-site.

French voters choose between sharply different candidates in Socialist primary

Fillon has not denied the figures, but he has denied the jobs were fake, saying his wife for years proof-read his speeches and prepared press reviews. Sunday's result lays bare the deep fractures in the Socialist camp. He proposed a plan to introduce a universal basic income of €750 a month which would replace a number of current social allowances, including unemployment benefit.

Usain Bolt Loses A Gold Medal After 2008 Teammate's Failed Test

Nesta Carter , 31, was one of the athletes whose samples from the Beijing Olympics were reanalyzed. Bolt, Carter, including teammates Michael Frater and Asafa Powell, were stripped of their 2008 Beijing Olympic Games gold medals. Jamaica do not, however, appear to be in any danger of losing the gold medal they won in that event. There was bad news for multiple Olympic Gold medalist Usain Bolt today after it was revealed that he will have to hand back one of his nine Olympic gold medals.

Hundreds march in Philadelphia to protest Trump, his plans

Senate and House lawmakers arrived in Philadelphia by chartered train and headed into working sessions at a downtown hotel. "I'm just so excited we finally have a chance to do this because we have the House and Senate and a president who is with us", House Speaker Paul Ryan told MSNBC Wednesday about Trump's plans to revamp the tax system.

Defector says North Korean regime is crumbling

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un reacts as he arrives for the opening ceremony of the Cemetery of Fallen Fighters of the Korean People's Army (KPA) in Pyongyang July 25, 2013, as part of celebrations ahead of the 60th anniversary of the signing of a truce in the 1950-1953 Korean War.

Rio Tinto sells Australian coal unit to China's Yancoal for $3.2b

Rio said the sale won't have a material impact on its earnings per share. Deals stalled last year when coal prices rocketed to almost five-year highs and miners raised their expectations on bids for their assets, but with coal prices in retreat, deals are more likely to get done, merger and acquisition advisers said.

Germany's Social Democrats nominate Schulz as chancellor candidate

The shake-up comes as the centre-left Social Democrats scramble to pick a strong candidate for Chancellor. However, polls have suggested that Gabriel has trailed badly behind Merkel in approval ratings. She has also been buoyed by steady economic growth, low unemployment and a dearth of viable challengers within her own party. "Martin [Schulz] is a prominent Social Democrat, he is the one who can 'build bridges, ' unite people..." Gabriel is the longest serving leader of the SPD since ...

United States military denies coordinating Syria air strikes with

Russia Defense Ministry said in a statement: "On January 22, the Russian command center at the Khmeimim airbase has received coordinates of Daesh targets in Al-Bab, Aleppo province, via the "direct line" from the US-led coalition headquarters".

Six surprising provisions that could disappear with ACA repeal

His comments followed Republican action to repeal the Affordable Care Act, amid political concerns that repeal before a replacement bill had been crafted would leave the GOP holding the bag if the program collapsed as they've warned. Insurance companies rely on a mix of patients - healthy, sick, young, old - to balance out the money they gain through premiums and the money they dole out for health care.

MA unemployment rate drops to 2.8%, lowest since 2000

The participation rate, or the number of people employed or looking for work, fell sharply to 67.3 per cent in December, from 67.9 per cent in November. The traffic, transportation and utilities sector also made gains in December, up 100 jobs, but is down 300 positions from the same time previous year, the Employment Development Department reported.

The White House's New Approach to Climate Change: Who Gives a Shit?

In other words-for not the first time in recent memory-a Trump had seemingly stolen intellectual property from an Obama. The Foundation will be based in the south side of Chicago and facilitate projects "all over the city, the country and the world".

George Soros lashes out at Trump and his 'self-contradictory' ideas

And his harshest comments for the new President came when he stated that Trump " would be a dictator if he could get away with it". Calling Trump a "con man", Soros said the billionaire will fail because his ideas are contradictory and his White House advisers and cabinet members will fight with each other, an apparent reference to the conflicting views expressed during Senate confirmation hearings.