According to multiple reports , the agent's gun dislodged during a backflip and accidentally went off when he reached for it. He picks it up and a round is fired, hitting a man (he'll be ok.) @DenverPolice investigating. One person was struck in the lower leg but is expected to survive, Denver police said. It's unclear if the Federal Bureau of Investigation agent was drinking and authorities are awaiting blood tests to determine if alcohol was a factor in the incident, CBS Denver ...
Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) discusses President Trump's meeting with North Korean official Kim Yong Chol and how the president's tariffs could spark a trade war. Speaking at a news conference Thursday, the normally mild-mannered young prime minister expressed particular dismay that the tariffs announced by the Trump administration were being imposed on national security grounds to protect the US economy and vital industries.
Sanjay Sharma, CRPF spokesman at Srinagar , said the stone pelting mobs tried to lynch the second in command of the battalion when he was checking the deployment of the troops in Nowhatta area. "Earlier they tied people to the fronts of jeeps and paraded them around villages to deter protesters". Is this your new Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) @MehboobaMufti sahiba? "Ceasefire means no guns, so use jeeps?" he tweeted along with a picture of youth crushed under CRPF vehicle.
An investigation found a firearm in the man's pocket, raising questions as to how the black man could have forced the police to fire at him by pointing a gun at them if, again, there was a closed garage door between and the allegedly alarming weapon was in fact in his pocket.
The tariffs, which have increased friction with US trading partners worldwide and prompted several challenges before the World Trade Organisation, are aimed at allowing the USA steel and aluminum industries to increase their capacity utilisation rates above 80 per cent for the first time in years.
In a remarkable case of political deja vu, Italy's President has appointed Giuseppe Conte , a law professor and political novice, as the country's new prime minister, the secretary of the presidential palace announced Thursday. "The truth is that they don't want us in government". The prospect of renewed elections has shaken financial markets with the value of the euro against the dollar hitting a 10-month low on Tuesday.