Jordanian government spokesman Mohammad al Momani disputed the Israeli account of the incident, which he described as an "ugly crime". "The police at the scene shot the assailant, resulting in his death", Sumari said. Israeli police Saturday shot and killed a Palestinian near Chain's Gate inside Jerusalem's Old City. President Donald Trump is trying to determine how keeping his promise to move the U.S.
Pakistan initially struggled to press home their advantage, first-innings centurion Azhar Ali out for three after slashing a short and wide one into the hands of substitute fielder Jermaine Blackwood. Despite captain Jason Holder making an unbeaten 30, the rest of the West Indies' lower order failed to contribute and they were eventually bowled out for 247, which gave Pakistan a 129-run lead.
When Tapper asked if "internally" meant from President Trump - who sent shockwaves around the country and the globe this week by firing FBI Director James Comey - Clapper answered, 'exactly'. Clapper, who resigned as DNI last November after serving for six and a half years, testified before the Senate alongside former Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates earlier this week.
A Palestinian man has stabbed an Israeli police officer in east Jerusalem, before being shot dead, police have said. Police spokeswoman Luba Samri that the assailant approached a policeman who was patrolling the Shalshelet street, near the flashpoint al-Aqsa mosque, pulled out a knife and stabbed him, Xinhua reported.
In a statement, police spokesperson Luba Sumari said an assailant armed with a knife stabbed an Israeli police officer at Al-Silsila gate in Jerusalem's old city. He added that the decision would be informed by responses from all parties, including "whether Israel views it as helpful to a peace initiative or perhaps a distraction".
Those of you who talk about freedom of speech these days". "The people of Iran will announce in this election that they don't accept those who only knew executions and prison for 38 years", said Rouhani at the Monday rally. Voters who had grown cool say they are now taking the election seriously. Khatami, the de facto leader of the reformist camp, has been under a media ban during the past few years for supporting the Green Movement protesters in the 2009 presidential election that saw ...