During Friday prayers last week, Mr Fouda had just finished the khutbah, a sermon delivered in Arabic, and was translating it into English when the gunman burst into the mosque and began shooting worshippers . She said more changes to New Zealand's firearms laws on matters such as licensing, registration and storage would come next week. Both mosques attacked plan to reopen.
The next steps are up to Mr Trump's Attorney-General, to Congress and, in all likelihood, federal courts. MSNBC's Katy Tur dismissed the upcoming results of Robert Mueller's investigation during her Thursday show because, according to her, the special counsel has already found "quite a bit" of incriminating evidence against President Donald Trump .
No new action against North Korea was announced by the Treasury Department on Friday, though Trump this week did threaten that new ones could be added. "Foolish naïveté is unsafe enough. Gross incompetence and disarray in the White House make it even worse", Schiff tweeted. Senator Chris Van Hollen said it showed Trump was being "played" by Kim, "one of the world's most vicious dictators".
For Clevelanders, that means the Aurora Borealis could be visible right in NE Ohio Friday night into early Saturday morning and Saturday night , the National Weather Service in Cleveland confirmed. Active-minor geomagnetic storm periods possible with low risk of moderate storms. Predicting exactly when the Northern Lights will dance across the sky is far from a ideal science.
New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern leaves after the Friday prayers at Hagley Park outside Al-Noor mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand March 22, 2019. "When any part of the body suffers, the whole body feels pain", she said. Yesterday's funeral prayers for Haji-Daoud Nabi, the 71-year-old Afghan refugee who died trying to protect others at the Masjid Al Noor last Friday, were briefly interrupted by a loud roar.
British opposition politicians, and pro-EU members of May's Conservative government, have urged a longer extension, saying a delay of just a few months could leave the country once again facing a no-deal Brexit this summer. "I don't think this can drag on for months and years". Only a week ago, Mrs May's deputy David Lidington warned that a short delay would be "downright reckless".