Reports are saying that a group of armed men stormed a building and took hostages in the northern French town of Roubaix.
Local reports say the incident took place at around 19:00 local French time.
Witnesses reported gunshots being fired. Media reports say the area has been closed off by police. Continue reading
The US Government dropped leaflets warning ISIS of an impending airstrike allowing many terror fighters to flee 45 minutes before the onslaught on oil tankers began.
The move to warn the fighters has many claiming it’s just another example of Obama’s two-faced war on terror. The US claims the drop was intended to minimise the death of drivers of the targeted oil tankers, whom the military say are likely civilians.
“In Al-Bukamal, we destroyed 116 tanker trucks, which we believe will reduce ISIL’s ability to transport its stolen oil products,” Warren said. Continue reading
Three people protesting cops at a police Precinct north of Minneapolis have been hospitalized after a shooting Monday night, police say.
Witnesses at the scene say they were white supremacists that were hanging around the rally before they were asked to leave. Witnesses claim the men came back a short time later and fired six shots at protesters just north of the precinct, on the 1400 block of Morgan Avenue North. The shooters remain at large.
Minneapolis Police Deputy Chief of Staff Medaria Arraadondo says all three victims are being treated for non-life-threatening injuries at North Memorial Medical Center. Continue reading
A man in Paris cleaning the sidewalk found explosive belt containing the same bolts and explosives used by the Paris attackers on Monday. The belt was located in a pile of trash in the southern suburb of Montrouge.
According to Paris officials, the belt that was stumbled upon near the same spot that fugitive Saleh Abdeslam‘s cell phone was said to be on the day of the attacks that killed 130 people.
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Attorneys for the family of student clockmaker, Ahmed Mohamed, has sent letters to both the City of Irving and Irving School District, demanding $15 million in damages.
The letters claim that Mohamed’s civil rights were violated, and he and his family have suffered physical and mental anguish because of the ordeal.
The letters claim Ahmed was singled out “because of his race, national origin, and religion.” Continue reading
A New York mob boss has given terror group ISIS a stark warning, saying if they attack New York, they will have to deal with the Sicilian mafia.
Giovanni Gambino, the son of a key figure in the Gambino family, says the mafia is positioned much better than institutionalized security, such as the FBI or Homeland Security, to protect New Yorkers.
“They often act too late, or fail to see a complete picture of what’s happening due to a lack of ‘human intelligence, Continue reading
Missing UCLA graduate student, Michael David Meyers, has been found dead by search-and-rescue personnel in the Mount Whitney area.
Meyers’ mother confirmed the sad news on Monday.
Meyers, 25, had been missing for two weeks and was located in the John Muir Wilderness, the Inyo County coroner confirmed.
Salah Abdeslam, the Paris terrorist who is on the run and the subject of a manhunt in Belgium, is apparently known for his fondness of gay bars and drugs.
Abdeslam, whose brother died in the Paris attacks, had a yet unknown role in the November 13th atrocities, but is believed to have rented one of the cars used to taxi the jihadis to and from their targets.
But despite his involved in a radical Islamic terrorist attack, regulars at a Brussels gay bar told the UK’s Sunday Times that Abdeslam was also a regular. Continue reading
Bindi Irwin may be getting body benefits during the rigours of her Dancing With The Stars schedule, but there are also some negatives as well, like cuts, bruises, blisters, swollen feet, knees and the painful list goes on and on.
So far Bindi, 17, has even lost four toenails during the gruelling dancing competition show.
‘I am one to never complain, I try so hard to always be a positive person. Continue reading
Roc Nation‘s Miguel Cotto fell to Canelo Alvarez on Sat. night, and along with the loss went $100.000 of Jay Z‘s pocket money.
Jay Z and Beyonce were ringside in Vegas on Saturday night in a losing effort as Alvarez, a Oscar De La Hoya, Golden Boy fighter, defeated Cotto in a unanimous decision.
De La Hoya told reporters about the bet before the fight, and as the rapper turned agent’s man went down, and so did a check for $100,000 to a charity of De La Hoya’s choice. Continue reading