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Three jihadi knifemen are shot dead by police after killing six and hurting 30

Three jihadi knifemen are shot dead by police after killing six and hurting 30: Gang yell 'this is for Allah' after mowing down crowd on London Bridge and then going from bar to bar in stabbing frenzy | 03 June 2017 | Three Jihadi terrorists have been shot dead by armed police after killing six people and injuring 30 more during a horrific knife rampage in central London last night. The men, described as being 'of Mediterranean origin', shouted 'this is for Allah' after they mowed down up to 20 revellers in a white van hurtling across London Bridge at 50mph on Saturday. Attackers stabbed a police officer on the bridge - then began attacking revellers with 12-inch hunting knives at bars and restaurants in the nearby Borough Market, in what authorities described as terrorist incidents. Witnesses said the gang, who had metal canisters strapped to their chests, smashed pub windows and cut the throats of drinkers, while a 'dark-skinned' man in a red tracksuit 'calmly' stabbed a man three times. The male suspects were shot and killed by armed police in Borough Market within eight minutes of the first call.

London attack: British police say 2 attacks "terrorist incidents"

London attack: British police say 2 attacks "terrorist incidents" | 3 June 2017 | British police are responding to three incidents across London following reports of a vehicle slamming into pedestrians on the London Bridge. Police say there is more than one fatality following the three separate incidents, the BBC reports. A witness who was on the bridge told the BBC she saw a speeding van veer onto the pavement, striking as many as six people. Police then responded to reports of incidents at two more sites.

Trump touts his blocked travel ban during ongoing police operations in London

Trump touts his blocked travel ban during ongoing police operations in London | 3 June 2017 | US President Donald Trump touted his proposed travel ban in response to several ongoing police operations in London, where multiple casualties were reported Saturday night. "We need to be smart, vigilant and tough. We need the courts to give us back our rights. We need the Travel Ban as an extra level of safety," Trump tweeted, before authorities in London could confirm full details of the incidents.

London Bridge: Van mows down pedestrians; stabbings at nearby cafe, witnesses say

London Bridge: Van mows down pedestrians; stabbings at nearby cafe, witnesses say | 3 June 2017 | A van mowed down pedestrians as it sped down London Bridge in the British capital Saturday night, leaving bodies lying in the roadway, a witness to the incident told CNN. Also Saturday, a man with a "massive knife" entered a restaurant at Borough Market, just south of the bridge, and stabbed two people inside, a witness told CNN on Saturday. The patrons sheltered in the basement and police then arrived at the scene, the witness said. The condition of the stabbed people was not known.

US missile defense test triggers alarm in Russia, China as North Korea issues new warnings

US missile defense test triggers alarm in Russia, China as North Korea issues new warnings | 3 June 2017 | The Pentagon's successful interceptor missile defense test this week is seen as a step toward reducing the nuclear risk from North Korea, but now China and Russia are seeing the U.S. technology as a threat. Regardless, North Korean state newspaper Rodong Sinmun said Thursday that its military was "ready to conduct an ICBM test-fire at any time." 

London Bridge car 'attack': Live updates after reports 'van ploughed into pedestrians then stabbing'

London Bridge car 'attack': 'van ploughed into pedestrians then stabbing' | 3 June 2017 | Armed police have sealed off London Bridge amid reports of a car mounting the pavement and ploughing into pedestrians. Eyewitnesses report that as up to "15 to 20" people may have been hit by the vehicle.

Former Penn State President and two other administrators are jailed for failing to report Jerry Sandusky child abuse allegations

Former Penn State President and two other administrators are jailed for failing to report Jerry Sandusky child abuse allegations ten years before he was ultimately convicted | 02 June 2017 | A former president of Penn State and two other former university administrators were each sentenced Friday to at least two months in jail for failing to alert authorities to a 2001 allegation against ex-assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky. Their decision enabled the now-convicted serial predator to continue molesting boys. 'Why Mr. Sandusky was allowed to continue to the Penn State facilities is beyond me,' Judge John Boccabella said. 'All three ignored the opportunity to put an end to (Sandusky's) crimes when they had a chance to do so,' the judge said.

German police suspend open-air rock concert due to terrorism alert

German police suspend open-air rock concert due to terrorism alert | 02 June 2017 | One of the biggest music festivals in Germany has been shut down after a 'concrete' terror threat. Rock am Ring was cancelled on its opening night and thousands of festival-goers were told to leave the site in Nürburg in a 'calm and controlled manner'. Some 92,500 three-day tickets were sold for the festival, which was due to run from Friday until Sunday.

'I was elected to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh not Paris:' Trump pulls U.S. out of climate accord saying it is a foreign attempt to seize American jobs and American wealth

'I was elected to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh not Paris:' Trump pulls U.S. out of climate accord saying it is a foreign attempt to seize American jobs and American wealth - and is immediately attacked by Obama | 01 June 2017 | Donald Trump pulled the United States out of the Paris accord on climate change on Thursday afternoon - deriding it as bad for American jobs and bad for the environment. He dared opprobrium from foreign leaders, environmentalists, scientists and celebrities to say he was putting the jobs of American workers first. 'We don't want other leaders and other countries laughing at us any more. And they won't be. They won't be,' Trump declared. 'I was elected to represent the citizens of Pittsburgh, not Paris.' Before he even sat down, his predecessor Barack Obama launched an all-out assault, saying Trump 'joins a small handful of nations that reject the future'.

Evergreen State College to remain closed a second day after threat of violence

Evergreen State College to remain closed a second day after threat of violence | 01 June 2017 | (WA) Evergreen State College said it will remain closed for a second day on Friday because of a "credible" threat of violence directed against the school. The threat came after a recent series of protests that have drawn national attention to student allegations of racism on the progressive campus, which has an enrollment of nearly 4,200 students. Thurston County received a call Thursday morning that was "threatening in nature to the campus at Evergreen," spokesperson Zach Powers said. Officials said on the college website Thursday evening that someone called the Thurston County Communications Center at 10:25 a.m. Thursday claiming to be armed and on the way to campus.

Donald Trump pulls US out of Paris climate accord to 'put American workers first'

Donald Trump pulls US out of Paris climate accord to 'put American workers first' | 02 June 2017 | Donald Trump has announced that he will withdraw the US from the Paris climate change agreement. The decision was condemned immediately by environmental campaigners and by the president's political opponents who said it heralded the death of America's position as a global leader. However, Mr Trump held out the hope of a compromise saying he would immediately start a process to develop a fairer deal that would protect American workers.

Trump administration appeals travel ban to Supreme Court

Trump administration appeals travel ban to Supreme Court | 01 June 2017 | The Trump administration on Thursday petitioned the Supreme Court to review its contentious travel ban, a move that could set up a high-stakes final verdict on a policy to restrict immigration from several Muslim-majority nations that has so far been stymied in several lower court decisions. "We have asked the Supreme Court to hear this important case and are confident that President Trump's executive order is well within his lawful authority to keep the Nation safe and protect our communities from terrorism," Justice Department spokeswoman Sarah Isgur Flores said in a statement released Thursday night.

Kathy Griffin enlists celeb lawyer to respond to 'bullying from the Trump family she has endured'

Kathy Griffin enlists celeb lawyer to respond to 'bullying from the Trump family she has endured' | 01 June 2017 | Just as the controversy surrounding the image of [sociopath] Kathy Griffin holding what appears to be a bloody fake severed head of President Trump appeared to be dying down, comes word that the comedian has enlisted celebrity lawyer Lisa Bloom to explain why she shot the image and to respond to the Trump family's alleged bullying. A press release Bloom tweeted reads, "Earlier this week, Ms. Griffin released a controversial photograph of herself posing with a faux-bloody mask of Donald Trump's face. Ms. Griffin and Ms. Bloom will explain the true motivation behind the image, and respond to the bullying from the Trump family she has endured."

NSA conducted blanket surveillance of Salt Lakers during 2002 Games, former official says

NSA conducted blanket surveillance of Salt Lakers during 2002 Games, former official says | 01 June 2017 | The National Security Agency conducted "blanket" warrantless surveillance of Salt Lake-area residents during the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, according to a former agency senior executive. The declaration by Thomas A. Drake contradicts one given earlier this year by the former director of the NSA, Michael Hayden, that said neither the President's Surveillance Program (PSP), nor any other NSA intelligence-gathering activity, was involved in indiscriminate and wholesale surveillance in Salt Lake City or other Olympic venues during the 2002 Winter Games. Drake's declaration is part of a lawsuit filed in 2015 in U.S. District Court for Utah that claims violations of privacy over an alleged dragnet warrantless government surveillance program that included meta-data as well as emails and text messages.

Former Vice President Biden to announce political action committee

Former Vice President Biden to announce political action committee | 31 May 2017 | Former Vice President Joe Biden will announce on Thursday the formation of a political action committee (PAC), a signal that he is at least considering a possible run for president in 2020, the New York Times reported on Wednesday. Biden's PAC will be called "American Possibilities" and run by his former aide Greg Schultz, who also worked on President Barack Obama's two White House campaigns, the paper said.

Police: Man staying at Trump Hotel arrested with guns, ammo in car

Police: Man staying at Trump Hotel arrested with guns, ammo in car | 31 May 2017 | A man who was staying at the Trump Hotel in Northwest Washington was arrested early Wednesday morning after guns were found inside his car, D.C. police report. Police say 43-year-old Bryan Moles of Edinboro, Pennsylvania, left a gun in plain view inside his car. After searching the vehicle, authorities say they also located another gun in the glove compartment and 90 rounds of ammo...Moles reportedly told police he is a military veteran and suffers from PTSD and that he stayed at the hotel because he likes President Trump.

CNN fires Kathy Griffin from New Year's Eve lineup following anti-Trump 'severed head' photo shoot

CNN fires Kathy Griffin from New Year's Eve lineup following anti-Trump 'severed head' photo shoot which 11-year-old Barron thought was real --Griffin is seen holding up Donald Trump's bloody, severed head for shock-value in a photo shoot captured on video --Democratic Senator Al Franken is refusing to cancel a public appearance with Griffin schedule for July | 31 May 2017 | CNN has fired comedian Kathy Griffin from her annual gig co-hosting its New Year's Eve program with network anchor Anderson Cooper, following a shock-value photo shoot that depicted her holding President Donald Trump's blood-gushing severed head. 'CNN has terminated our agreement with Kathy Griffin to appear on our New Year's Eve program,' the network's PR department tweeted. Trump's 11-year-old son Barron reportedly saw his father's decapitated head on television after news of the D-list celebrity's publicity stunt became news – and thought it was real.

CNN fires Kathy Griffin

CNN fires Kathy Griffin | 31 May 2017 | Kathy Griffin will not be back as co-host of CNN's annual New Year's Eve program, the network announced Wednesday. CNN's decision comes one day after photos were released of Griffin that showed the comedian holding up a bloody head resembling that of President Donald Trump. "CNN has terminated our agreement with Kathy Griffin to appear on our New Year's Eve program," the network said in a statement.

Kabul blast: 90 killed and 400 wounded in explosion in Afghan capital's embassy district

Kabul blast: 90 killed and 400 wounded in explosion in Afghan capital's embassy district | 31 May 2017 | Ninety people have been killed and 400 injured in a powerful car bomb blast that ripped through a diplomatic district in Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul, the government's media center has reported, according to AP. The Afghan Interior Ministry previously said that 64 people had been killed, according to AFP. The blast is believed to have come from a car bomb. Reuters reported that the powerful bomb was hidden inside a sewage tank on a truck. The precise target was not immediately clear, but many embassies and government buildings are located in the area.

Trump planning to pull U.S. out of Paris climate deal - source

Trump planning to pull U.S. out of Paris climate deal - source | 31 May 2017 | President Donald Trump plans to follow through on a campaign pledge to pull the United States out of a global pact to fight climate change, a source briefed on the decision told Reuters, a move that promises to deepen a rift with U.S. allies. White House officials cautioned that details were still being hammered out and that, although close, the decision on withdrawing from the international accord - agreed to by nearly 200 countries in Paris in 2015 - was not finalized. Trump did not confirm the decision in a post on Twitter, saying only, "I will be announcing my decision on the Paris Accord over the next few days."

Trump to broaden exemptions to Obamacare birth control mandate - report

Trump to broaden exemptions to Obamacare birth control mandate - report | 31 May 2017 | The Trump administration is considering taking steps to broaden the Obamacare limits on claiming a religious or moral exemption from providing health insurance that covers birth control, Vox news reported on Wednesday. The Vox website posted a copy of a draft of a new rule that it said the administration was reviewing. The rule would undermine coverage for one of the 10 essential health benefits covered by President Barack Obama's signature piece of domestic legislation, which Republicans have vowed to repeal and replace.

Orlando International Airport incident: Gunman in custody

Orlando International Airport incident: Gunman in custody | 30 May 2017 | Authorities responded late Tuesday to a report of an armed man inside one of the parking garages at Orlando International Airport that turned into a 2-hour standoff before the suspect was taken into custody. Police officers communicated with the man at a rental car location inside Level 1, Airside A, according to FOX 35 Orlando. "Gunman in custody. Everyone is safe," the Orlando Police Department tweeted.

Dozens killed and injured in Kabul blast close to German and Iranian embassies

Dozens killed and injured in Kabul blast close to German and Iranian embassies | 31 May 2017 | Several people were killed and dozens were taken to hospitals after a powerful explosion rocked the Afghan capital near the German and Iranian embassies, according to Kabul police, doctors and local journalists. The precise target of the attack, believed to be a car bomb, was not immediately clear, with many embassies and government buildings located in the same area...The blast struck at around 8:30am local time Wednesday. Pajhwok Afghan News reports that "dozens" of people were killed in the blast and more than 100 injured.

7/7 Met police chief calls for extremists to be locked up in internment camps

7/7 Met police chief calls for extremists to be locked up in INTERNMENT camps as he says MI5 and police cannot keep track of 3,000 terror suspects --Mr Ghaffur says that the solution is to set up special centres where extremists can be detained. Locking up terror suspects without trial has been discussed by Government, it has emerged. The plan would be to lock them up in internment camps if the situation worsens in the UK. | 30 May 2017 | Thousands of radical extremists must be locked up in new internment camps to protect Britain from the unprecedented terror threat it faces, a Muslim former police chief declares today. Writing exclusively for The Mail on Sunday, Tarique Ghaffur warns there are too many extremists on the streets for police and MI5 officers to monitor. Mr Ghaffur, an Assistant Commissioner at Scotland Yard when the 7/7 bombings took place, proposes that special centres be set up to detain as many as 3,000 extremists, where they can be kept from launching attacks. They would also be made to go through a de-radicalisation programme.

Congress Fast-Tracks Bill That Would Give DHS Agencies Access to NSA Collections

Congress Fast-Tracks Bill That Would Give DHS Agencies Access to NSA Collections | 30 May 2017 | As a parting gift to the incoming president, Barack Obama approved information-sharing rules which gave sixteen federal agencies access to unminimized NSA collections. The whole list of agencies involved in the information sharing can be found at the ODNI's (Office of the Director of National Intelligence) website...CATO reports a new bill is being quickly and quietly pushed through the House to expand this sharing to several more federal agencies.

Kathy Griffin apologizes for severed Donald Trump head photo after backlash

Kathy Griffin apologizes for severed Donald Trump head photo after backlash | 30 May 2017 | The picture of Kathy Griffin holding a prop of President Trump’s severed head would lead to an apology after criticism came from the president's son, a Clinton, her co-host on CNN's New Year's Eve coverage, and many more. In a video posted on Twitter and Instagram, Griffin said that she crossed the line and that the image was too disturbing.

Kathy Griffin photographed with 'beheaded' Trump

Kathy Griffin photographed with 'beheaded' Trump | 30 May 2017 | "D-List" comic [sic] Kathy Griffin was photographed holding a prop of President Trump's bloody, detached head. The gory snap was taken by photographer Tyler Shields, TMZ reported Tuesday.

S. Korean president 'shocked' to find 4 unaccounted US THAAD launchers in his country

S. Korean president 'shocked' to find 4 unaccounted US THAAD launchers in his country | 30 May 2017 | The newly-elected president of South Korea ordered a probe into why the country’s defense ministry failed to report to him the import of four more rocket launchers for the US anti-missile system in addition to the two confirmed publicly. "President Moon [Jae-in] said it was very shocking," to hear the four additional launchers had been installed without being reported to the new government or to the public, presidential spokesman Yoon Young-chan told a media briefing on Tuesday. The deployment of the US Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system was approved by the previous conservative government in Seoul, which fell after then-President Park Geun-hye of the Saenuri Party was impeached under the corruption charges.

Portland mayor asks feds to bar free-speech and anti-Sharia rallies after stabbings

Portland mayor asks feds to bar free-speech and anti-Sharia rallies after stabbings | 30 May 2017 | The mayor of Portland, Ore., is calling on federal authorities to cancel a pair of upcoming rallies organized by conservative groups, saying the city was still "in shock" after two men were fatally stabbed on a commuter train Friday while fending off a man shouting anti-Muslim slurs. Mayor Ted Wheeler asked the federal government to revoke a permit authorizing a June 4 "Trump Free Speech Rally" in Portland's downtown. He also called on the government to block a "March Against Sharia" that is scheduled for June 10 but has not received permits.

British police release three men arrested in connection Manchester attack

British police release three men arrested in connection Manchester attack | 30 May 2017 | British police said Tuesday that they have released three men without charges that were taken into custody in connection with last week's Manchester suicide bombing that killed 22 people. Police have arrested at least 16 people in an investigation that continues more than seven days after the attack in a packed concert hall filled with children and young people.

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