Koh Yuwhan, a professor at North Korean studies at Dongguk University in Seoul, said. The missile flew only a few kms before the presumed explosion, it said. "This decision was a sovereign choice of the South Korean government and will provide further protection for alliance forces and the ROK population against North Korea's ballistic missiles forces in the years ahead", he said.
Before the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation sessions even began midday Friday, Obama had delivered two statements about violence back home, as well as addressed continental anxiety about Britain's decision to leave the European Union. "I don't want this to be a race thing". "We have to have confidence that we can build on those better angels of our nature". But Obama made clear that he will continue to speak out about the need to tighten access to guns in the United States, steps the ...
Sterling was black; both officers are white. Sterling's shooting was caught on cellphone video by an anti-violence group. More demonstrations were expected Saturday afternoon. Her daughter, 4, was in the back seat. Meanwhile, some social media users went so far as calling out Black Lives Matter supporters who didn't tweet "Blue Lives Matter".
Cellphone video of his shooting was posted online , setting off angry protests, and the Justice Department swiftly agreed to open a civil rights investigation . The war on people of colour and minorities needs to be over. Someone yelled "He's got a gun", and officers blasted him to death with several shots, although witness video didn't show Sterling reaching for the alleged gun.
St. Paul police made one arrest after bottles and rocks were thrown by a rogue group of protesters who broke away from a peaceful demonstration outside the governor's residence in the aftermath of a fatal police shooting. Reynolds live-streamed a video on Facebook moments after the shooting, showing Castile's white T-shirt covered in blood and saying that she and her 4-year-old daughter were in the auto.
Addressing the AME Convention, Democratic presidential nominee Ms Clinton said, "there is something wrong with our country". In her speech Friday at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Clinton grieved for the officers killed in Dallas, and for Sterling and Castile.