Police believed the driver of the auto to be Marcos Tulio Flores, who is wanted in connection with the shooting his sister-in-law in Van Nuys on Sunday. As Flores came out of the vehicle with his hands up, cops sent a K-9 on him before taking him into custody. . Eventually, the officers administered a PIT (precision immobilization technique) move on the vehicle, which sent him spinning and immobilizing him.
The brothers reportedly travel frequently to Antwerp, the diamond capital in Belgium. Belgian police have joined the probe and were checking local ports. We will have to see how everything plays out, as the police have a limited amount of time before they have to either give out charges, or release the suspects.
A next step in search efforts that resumed Monday in Lake Erie for a plane carrying six people that disappeared days ago will be bringing up debris spotted on the lake bottom. Divers also recovered the plane's cockpit voice recorder, which the National Transportation Safety Board will ship to Washington for their investigation.
Foster has said she did nothing wrong. This dramatic event will cause concern for many due to the fragile political situation in Northern Ireland, where the two parties share power, despite having bitterly opposing politics steeped in the country's history of sectarian violence.
Two men - Talal bin Samran al-Sa'aeidi and Taye' al-Say'ari - accused of links to bombings and other attacks were shot dead following a shootout in the Saudi Arabia capital of Riyadh. Arab News reported Al-Sayari was enrolled in the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Program for Foreign Scholarships to study engineering in New Zealand but dropped out before finishing his degree.
In an interview on NBC's Meet the Press programme, Carter said , "We only would shoot a missile down if it was threatening us, that is, if it were coming towards our territory or the territory of our friends and allies". A spokesperson for Kim Jong-un issued a warning that the ICBM "will be launched anytime and anywhere" at North Korea's discretion. "Anyone who wants to deal with [North Korea] would be well advised to secure a new way of thinking after having clear understanding of it", ...