It is still unclear exactly what motivated the Munich killer, but one video taken during the attack shows him pacing on a flat roof, shouting "I'm German" at the person filming. According to the BBC , police said the shooter, whose body was found a half mile away from Olympia-Einkaufszentrum mall following a manhunt, had been in psychiatric care, under treatment for depression.
The unidentified officer, who has been placed on administrative leave, issued a statement in the form of a text message, which Rivera read to reporters. "I'm telling them again, 'Sir, there is no need for firearms ". "He remembered what happened, and he ran outside toward the same spot where Charles was shot", she said, "and he started screaming, 'Blood!" According to the Washington Post , 533 people have been shot and killed by police in 2016 alone.
Turkey abolished capital punishment in 2004, allowing it to open European Union accession talks the following year, but the negotiations have made scant progress since then. Prominent Turkish journalist and writer Nazli Ilicak was among those on the list, Anadolu reported. President Obama told Erdogan in a telephone conversation last week that reports the US was involved in the coup were "unequivocally false".
Another seems to depict an attorney advising the committee on how to defend Hillary Clinton against an accusation by the Sanders campaign of not living up to a joint fundraising agreement. Ron Johnson, who is trailing former Democratic U.S. Sen. Lawton told Gousha that she thought Clinton would deliver on her promise to "get the unaccountable money" out of politics, bring more disclosure to the process, and institute a small-donor match system.
They'll appear at public rallies and smaller events. Sanders praised Kaine's character but said "His political views are not my political views". He added: "Most of us stopped the name-calling thing about fifth grade". Primary rival Bernie Sanders took his time endorsing Clinton, and even then didn't release his delegates. Here's what Sanders tells ABC's "This Week": "I'm not shocked, but I am disappointed".
Taban, who edits the English-language Juba Monitor, was arrested a day after the publication of an editorial calling for both President Salva Kiir and First Vice-President Riek Machar to step down for failing to implement the August 2015 peace agreement.