Authorities say two calls to 911 reported that a man was firing a handgun into the air and the ground. When officers arrived, they pursued a suspect on foot and the chase "ended in shots being fired".
All proceeds from the jackets, selling for $98, will be donated to a Texas-based refugee and immigrant advocacy group
Addressing a summit in Davao City, Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte, an open critic of the Catholic Church said that he had issues with the Bible and questioned God's logic, calling him "stupid."
A royal decree was issued in September 2017, by the Saudi Foreign ministry stating that the ban would be lifted on June 24, 2018.
Erdogan is however facing a more robust and united opposition, which has vowed to return Turkey to a parliamentary democracy with strong checks and balances.
Al-Sadr, a populist cleric who led a militia during the insurgency against American forces, promised voters he would form a technocratic government that would transcend the sectarian politics that have plagued the country since the 2003 US invasion.
Last week the foreign ministers of Greece and Macedonia signed an accord to rename the tiny ex-Yugoslav republic the "Republic of North Macedonia."
The efforts by the Justice Department over the last week to deliver documents to the House Republicans appear to have at least temporarily diffused a monthslong standoff with Congress.
The blast came as Zimbabwe prepared to hold its first post-Mugabe presidential election on July 30, with 75-year-old Emmerson Mnangagwa and 40-year-old Nelson Chamisa, the leader of the opposition Movement for Democratic Change, the main contenders.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday signed an executive order to end his policy of separating immigrant children from their families on the U.S.-Mexico border, after images of youngsters in cages sparked outrage at home and abroad.
Kushner’s remarks to Al Quds, highlighted the Trump administration’s attempts to deliver a message directly to the Palestinian people, when their leaders have refused to meet with the US team.
Trump, who was in Las Vegas to lend support to US Senator Dean Heller of Nevada, a Republican who is facing a stiff challenge to re-election, has been under fire for a policy that separates children from their parents when they illegally cross the US border with Mexico.
President Klaus Iohannis said he decided to make the announcement after Social Democratic leader Liviu Dragnea was given a 3-year jail sentence this week.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern became the first woman in New Zealand's history to give birth while in office.
Tayyip Erdogan, the most popular but also divisive leader in modern Turkish history, moved the elections forward from November 2019, arguing the new powers would better enable him to tackle the nation's mounting economic problems
The owner of the resturant said she stood by her decision to refuse service to Sarah Sanders. She cited several reasons, including the concerns of several restaurant employees who were gay and knew Sanders had defended Trump's desire to bar transgender people from the military
The attacks began Friday evening, hours after the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights presented a report signaling the Nicaraguan government as having violated human rights during the protests, which started in mid-April
For nearly three decades, outspoken Saudi women and the men who supported them had called for women to have the right to drive. They faced arrest for defying the ban as women in other Muslim countries drove freely.
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights also reported the government advances, saying they were accompanied by intense shelling and airstrikes.
Health Minister Amir Aman confirmed one death while Abiy's chief of staff said 83 people were hurt, six critically. "The prime minister was the target," a rally organiser, Seyoum Teshome, told The Associated Press.