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2 men charged in 36 deaths at Oakland artists' warehouse

2 men charged in 36 deaths at Oakland artists' warehouse

One of the two exits had even been blocked off completely. "Defendants Almena and Harris knowingly created a fire trap with inadequate means of escape, filled it with human beings, and are now facing the consequences of their deadly actions", Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley said at a news conference announcing the charges Monday.


London terror attack: Police search two more homes

London terror attack: Police search two more homes

Police said he also used the name of Rachid Elkhdar and a different date of birth that gave his age as 25. Redouane, 30, had claimed to be Moroccan and Libyan. Police said they now had 10 people in custody after releasing two of the 12 people arrested on Sunday. The three assailants were shot dead by police.


Trump Urges Quick Supreme Court Ruling to Reinstate Travel Ban

Trump Urges Quick Supreme Court Ruling to Reinstate Travel Ban

But in his tweets on Monday, Trump said he did not agree with his Justice Department or with how it characterized what he planned to do. The Supreme Court would not be the body to enact a ban; the justices will be weighing whether Trump's order is constitutional.



Trump sons defend his criticism of London mayor

Trump had faced a barrage of criticism on Sunday over an earlier Tweet attacking Khan. Yesterday Trump said: "At least 7 dead and 48 wounded in terror attack and Mayor of London says there is "no reason to be alarmed!" Donald Trump Jr.


London attack victims include Canadian woman, French citizen

London attack victims include Canadian woman, French citizen

Castlegar native Christine Archibald, 31, moved to Europe to be with her fiancé. Her family asked people to honour her by "making your community a better place" and "tell them Chrissy sent you". From the United States to the United Kingdom, there were also tweets naming donations made in her honour. "She could have been any one of us and her tragic death has left our province shaken".


Clashes between police and protesters turn violent in Brasilia

Clashes between police and protesters turn violent in Brasilia

Brazil's president on Thursday canceled an order that sent soldiers into the streets of the capital, following criticism that the move was excessive and merely an effort to maintain power amid increasing calls for his resignation. Federal police asked the president to submit to questioning, his defense team said in a statement, but a supreme court justice later determined the police did not have the right to do that.