Month: October 2017

Iran: John Kerry denounces Trump’s “dangerous” decision

Donald Trump’s decision not to “certify” the Iranian nuclear agreement while pleading for its toughening by Congress is “dangerous” and “opens an international crisis,” said Friday the former chief of the US diplomacy John Kerry, negotiator of the 2015 text. “This puts the national security interests of the United States and their closest allies at …

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Marilou Danley, the Las Vegas killer’s companion, interviewed by investigators

Marilou Danley, a casino hostess, holds the keys to the mystery still surrounding the motives of her companion, Stephen Paddock, who murdered 58 people Sunday in Las Vegas before committing suicide? The federal police interrogated him since his return from the Philippines Tuesday night. She was not present in the US when Paddock opened fire …

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Shooting in Las Vegas: Stephen Paddock’s spouse returned to the United States

The spouse of a pensioner suspected of killing 58 people in Las Vegas returned to the United States after leaving the Philippines, sources said Wednesday at Manila International Airport. Marilou Danley, described by the US authorities as a “person of interest” in the investigation, left the country on Tuesday night, police sources and immigration officials …

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Stephen Paddock: What We Know About The Los Vegas Shooter

 Americans were still trying to understand Tuesday why a mysterious retiree, equipped with multiple assault rifles, strafed the thousands of spectators of an outdoor concert in Las Vegas on Sunday night, authorities rejecting a claim of the Islamic state group. The death toll increased to 59 dead and 527 injured, setting a record disaster. Besides those …

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“Act of terrorism” in Edmonton: five wounded, including one policeman

A man who allegedly attacked an Edmonton police officer with a knife before raming a rental truck a few hours later into pedestrians downtown is suspected of “terrorist acts,” police chief Rod Knecht, Sunday morning. The first incident took place shortly after 10 pm Eastern Time, near the Commonwealth Stadium where an Edmonton Eskimos football …

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