Donald Trump will not invoke executive privilege to block sacked FBI director James Comey's testimony: White House
A man fired from his warehouse job in April returned to his old workplace near Orlando on Monday (June 5) and fatally shot five people before killing himself. The 45-year-old suspect had a history of misdemeanor criminal offenses but was not linked to any terror organizations, Orange County Sheriff Jerry Demings said at a press briefing. Demings added, [The attacker] was a disgruntled employee that came back to this business this morning. The unidentified assailant arrived at the company that makes accessories for recreational vehicles and campers, at about 8 a.m. local time armed with a handgun and a knife.
Jun 6, 2017
Kashmir: Pak team hacks NIT Srinagar's website; students believe it's 'retaliation' against ICC Champions trophy defeat
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said on Tuesday (6 June) that police were treating a deadly siege in the southern city of Melbourne as an act of terrorism in which a gunman was killed. The Islamic State (Isis) militant group has claimed responsibility for the attack, saying the gunman was one of its soldiers. A day earlier, on Monday, the attacker, identified as Yacqub Khayre, 29, held a woman hostage inside an apartment building in Melbourne. While the hostage was rescued unharmed, three police officers suffered injuries when they engaged in a firefight with Khayre. The attacker was shot dead by police. A man was found dead in the foyer of the building where Khayre held the woman against her will.
Jun 6, 2017
- JKBOSE 10th and 12th class date sheet 2018 out: Exams from October
- Wife, daughter of former Delhi HC judge held hostage by servant; cash worth Rs 20 lakh looted
- India readies for sexual offenders' registry; 9th country to roll out list
- Uttar Pradesh: Girl's father chops off her lover's genitals with pair of scissors
- One road in each UP urban local body will be named after former PM Vajpayee: CM Yogi Adityanath