The Muslim community has faced several attacks on Mosques, but no act of crime has ever been categorized as terrorism. The police have described them as two "hooded" men, one wielding a handgun, one a rifle. "From what we know tonight, the mosque was not referred, the facts are passed in the street of the religious establishment, but without connection with the latter", assured the prosecutor, deviating from the track terrorist.
On Friday afternoon, the #White House shared the salaries of the executive office which likewise uncovered that nearly two dozen assistants are earning an annual salary of approximately $180,000. In addition, two of Trump's key advisers, Gary Cohn and Christopher Liddell, are each receiving a salary of $30,000 - the lowest in the White House. At the time, press secretary Josh Earnest admitted there was space for improvement of female representation at the higher-salaried levels.
And 60 seconds later Chile found themselves behind after a awful mistake by midfielder Marcelo Diaz , who failed to notice Timo Werner lurking behind him on the edge of his own box. Chile increased pressure in their attempts to equalise and had another opportunity on the 64th minute. Chile's players wanted to prove they were the world's best, but instead showed they're vulnerable.
The injuries are of varying severity, Massachusetts State Police tell the station. The 7News channel, citing police sources, reports that the incident was not terror related but was "a case of operator error". The Associated Press said the driver was 56 years old. Sources told CNN the driver confused the brakes with the gas pedal. Video from Sky7 showed a badly damaged vehicle that had struck a building.
The Los Angeles Clippers , anxious about losing star guard Chris Paul to another team via free agency, have made a decision to trade Paul to the Houston Rockets . Houston is also rumored to be working on a trade for Paul George , and it is being whispered that Carmelo Anthony is going to be headed there, as well.
The girls had to make a 500-mile journey twice from their hometown of Herat, in western Afghanistan, to the US Embassy in Kabul for an interview. Despite the length of the journey and the risk involved, the students made the journey not once but twice , hoping that the second set of interviews might help them secure seven-day passes to the USA, the news outlet added.