Leader of British Labor party claims his comments made in 2009 describing terror groups as friends were created to encourage peace process: 'I regret using those words'. "We know what answer we're getting on the doorstep", Lord Kinnock said. Mr Corbyn's message was compared to a "hostage video" by his critics, with one source dismissing the "continued acts of desperation" from the leader.
North Korea fired a submarine-based ballistic missile off the country's eastern coast Saturday, according to South Korean officials, drawing condemnation from Seoul and Washington. North Korea said it sees the sanctions imposed Wednesday by the United States as an "open declaration of war " against Pyongyang and if they are not removed it threatened to take "the toughest countermeasures".
Cleveland police union President Steve Loomis has been among the most vocal critics, complaining that front-line officers would be undertrained and poorly equipped. "I am the last person that my family expected to carry a gun", Khare said. "I'm anxious about putting officers at risk and I'm anxious about putting the city's finances at risk", Kraus told McLay.
The Post says that 10 percent of black Americans shot and killed by police were not armed, while 61 percent had guns. "He was just getting his licence and registration, sir", Ms Reynolds calmly responds . Dayton said he and other state officials would ask for stronger federal involvement. "He loved those kids so much", teacher Anna Garnaas said at a vigil for Castile outside the school Thursday evening.
The "despicable" ambush attack was "committed against officers who were in place to protect the rights of those who were demonstrating against recent police shootings ", he said. Two civilians were also injured. One underwent surgery for a gunshot wound in the leg. President Barack Obama said America is "horrified" over the shootings and there's no possible justification for the attacks.
The black man, a resident of the Dallas suburb of Mesquite, had no prior criminal record and was described to police as a "loner". The hatred of recent days had left her feeling awful, she said, and she hoped people would change. Among those killed was DART Officer Brent Thompson, 34, who had worked for the department since 2009. The gunman told police he was not affiliated with any organized groups.