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San Bernardino shooting: Friend of gunman is charged

Fri, 18 Dec 2015 06:03:00 +0000

Image copyrightABC NewsImage captionA three-count criminal complaint has been filed against Mr MarquezEnrique Marquez, 24, is the first person arrested in the deadliest terrorist attack in the US since 9/11.A friend of one of the San Bernardino attackers has been charged in connection with the mass shooting that killed 14.Mr Marquez is charged with plotting with gunman Syed Farook to attack a university in 2011 and 2012.He is also accused of illegally purchasing the two rifles that were used by Farook and Tashfeen Malik."While there is currently no evidence that Mr Marquez participated in the December 2 attack or had advance knowledge of it, his prior purchase of firearms and ongoing failure to warn authorities about Farook's intent to commit mass murder had fatal consequences," US Attorney Eileen Decker[...]

Kurdish militants killed as Turkey intensifies operations against PKK

Fri, 18 Dec 2015 06:00:00 +0000

Turkish military says 25 militants have died in Şırnak province as president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan vows to ‘annihilate’ PKK Turkish soldiers on patrol on a road in the south-east province of Şırnak, near the border with Iraq and Syria. Photograph: Mustafa Ozer/AFP/Getty ImagesReuters in DiyarbakırThursday 17 December 2015 15.35 GMTLast modified on Thursday 17 December 201515.37  Save for laterGunfire clattered constantly and smoke rose from two towns in south-east Turkey as the president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, said Kurdish militants would be “annihilated” in an intensifying urban battle that has killed 25 fighters in two days.The three-decades-old insurgency by the Kurdistan Workers’ Party flared up again in July after the collapse of a ceasefire that had lasted two years, plunging Turkey’s mainly Kurdish south-east back into open conflict.Twenty-four PKK militants were killed in Cizre and one in Silopi in the latest operations, the Turkish military said in a statement. Eight members of the security forces suffered wounds that were not life threatening.The two towns, in Şırnak province near the border with Syria and Iraq, have become central targets for the latest anti-PKK operations in which Turkey’s media says 10,000 police and troops, backed by tanks, are taking part.The battle for Turkey: can Selahattin Demirtas pull the country back from the brink of civil war? Read moreErdoğan said the operations would continue until the area was “cleansed” of the militants and their barricades and trenches destroyed.“You will be annihilated in those houses, those buildings, those ditches which you have dug,” he told a crowd in Konya. “Our security forces will continue this fight until it has been completely cleansed and a peaceful atmosphere established.”Machine gun bursts echoed across Cizre on Thursday and smoke funnelled up from the town, overlooked by armoured vehicles parked on hills, after a spate of blasts and shooting overnight, with tracer fire lighting up the sky.“Through resistance we will win”, Kurds could be heard chanting in Cizre, while others shouted, whistled and banged saucepans, and children kicked store shutters in the darkened streets in a protest against the operations. Witnesses said there were similar scenes in Silopi overnight.A 45-year-old mother of four, named as Hediye Sen, was killed during clashes in Cizre, while a 70-year-old died of a heart attack during fighting in Silopi, according to hospital sources.The PKK launched its insurgency in 1984 and more than 40,000 people have been killed in the conflict. Peace talks between its jailed leader, Abdullah Öcalan, and the Turkish state ground to a halt early this year. The PKK is designated a terrorist group by Turkey, the US and the[...]

Miners to work their final shifts at Kellingley Colliery before closure Read more: Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Fri, 18 Dec 2015 05:56:00 +0000

Miners at the UK's last remaining deep coal mine will work their final shifts today, ending underground production in this country.The closure of Kellingley Colliery in North Yorkshire will mark the end of an era, writing the final chapter of deep coal mining history.The 450 miners who work at the pit - known locally as the Big K - will receive severance packages at 12 weeks of average pay.+1Miners at Kellingley Colliery, the UK's last deep coal mine, are working their final shiftsChris Kitchen, general secretary of the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM), told the Press Association it was a "sad day" for the country as well as the industry."I am sure people will argue not burning coal is better for the environment, but as far as I am concerned this is another vindictive act."Owners UK Coal will oversee the rundown of the pit before the site is redeveloped.Miners from the pit will join a march in nearby Knottingley on Saturday to mark the closure.UK Coal said it wanted to place on record its thanks to the Government, the major stakeholders, customers and suppliers for their support during the planned closure programme.Shaun McLoughlin, the mine manager, said: "I would like to thank my colleagues for all their hard work and determination at this difficult time. Like them, I thought that I would see out my career here but it is not to be."This is a very sad day for everyone connected with the mine but I am proud that we have done the job safely and professionally."The Board of UK Coal said: "This is a historic moment, but also one which will have a real impact on those who work at Kellingley, their families and the wider community."We, like the whole of the UK, owe a debt of immense gratitude to those who have done so much to help power this country over many decades."Workers on the final shift are scheduled to return to the surface at around 12:45pm.Kellingley began production in 1965, and its closure will complete a two-year closure plan for the UK's deep mines.This has been implemented by UK Coal with financial support from the Government.The company said the closures follow a long period of difficult trading conditions, largely due to low international coal prices.After the end of the Second World War there were almost 1,000 collieries employing up to a million miners, making the industry a powerhouse and major employer in communities across Britain.Coal from Kellingley will be exhibited at the National Coal Mining Museum in Wakefield.Acting director Andy Smith said: "It is with great honour and sadness that we mark the end of not just an industry, but a loss of national heritage for the country. As a Yorkshire ex-miner I feel an immense sense of pride and responsibility for ensuring this heritage is not lost."We will continue to educate and inspire future generations about the history of coal mining and will display the last tonne of coal as a lasting reminder of deep-coal mining in Britain."Link:[...]

Madonna: Sean Penn never assaulted me

Fri, 18 Dec 2015 05:49:00 +0000

Madonna: Sean Penn never assaulted meMadonna: Sean Penn never assaulted me-Image1MadonnaMadonna insists Sean Penn never physically hurt her while they were married.Following 'Empire' creator Lee Daniels' implications in an interview earlier this year that Sean hit women, the actor filed a $10 million lawsuit against him. Now Sean's singer ex-wife has come forward to insist any allegations of assault are entirely false.In a declaration filed as part of the defamation lawsuit, Madonna said: "I am aware of the allegations that have surfaced over the years accusing Sean of incidents of physical assault and abuse against me."While we certainly had more than one heated argument during our marriage, Sean has never struck me, 'tied me up,' or physically assaulted me, and any report to the contrary is completely outrageous, malicious, reckless and false."Madonna's declaration continued to reference one specific allegation of assault.She said: "Specifically, I am aware of the allegations concerning an alleged incident that occurred in June, 1987, whereby (according to tabloid reports), Sean allegedly struck me with 'a baseball bat.' I know the allegations in those and other reports to be completely outrageous, malicious, reckless, and false."The legal battle began after Lee used his interview in The Hollywood Reporter to compare Sean to Terrence Howard, who has previously been accused of numerous incidents of assaulting women.When Sean's lawyer Mathew Rosengart filed the lawsuit, he explained: "Daniels falsely equates Penn with Howard, even though, while he has certainly had several brushes with the law, Penn (unlike Howard) has never been arrested, much less convicted, for domestic violence, as his ex-wives (including Madonna) would confirm and attest."link:[...]

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Thu, 17 Dec 2015 16:15:00 +0000

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