The dead suspect was identified as Micah Xavier Johnson , 25, a black former US Army reservist who was deployed to Afghanistan in 2013-2014. "During the search of the suspect's home, detectives found bomb making materials, ballistic vests, rifles, ammunition, and a personal journal of combat tactics", the statement said .
KINGSTON Dozens of people gathered on Broadway Thursday evening and marched to the city police station to protest the fatal shootings by police of two black men this week in Louisiana and Minnesota and previous similar incidents elsewhere. At least two snipers opened fire on police officers during protests Thursday night; some of the officers were killed, police said. "We will no longer remain silent".
Obama called the shooters motives "twisted" and vowed they would be brought to justice. Before the summit, he also met with European Council PresidentDonald Tusk and European Commission PresidentJean-Claude Juncker, focusing largely on the impact that theUnited Kingdom's vote to leave theEuropean Union would have on the rest of the continent.
The Texas law specifically targeted doctors, who were required to have privileges at a hospital within 30 miles of their office, and facilities, which were required to meet the elevated regulations imposed on surgical centers. Had the Court voted otherwise, the group claimed that the state would be left with only nine abortion centers out of some 40 health centers that are now in operation.
Paul, Minnesota. Castile was the second black man in two days fatally shot by United States police. Dayton revealed that he has asked the Justice Department to investigate this shooting. In the video , Castile's girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds, describes being pulled over for a "busted tail light". A clearly distraught person who appears to be a police officer stands at the car's window, tells her to keep her hands up and says: "I told him not to reach for it".
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.