Ferguson Grand Jury: No Decision On Charges For Darren Wilson

Trading 22 nov 2014 Commentaire »

A grand jury did not decide Friday whether to indict Police Officer Darren Wilson in the fatal shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., in August, CNN reported. The network cited state and federal law-enforcement sources who said no decision was reached during  deliberations, meaning an announcement is unlikely before next week.

‘Hunger Games: Mockingjay’ Premiere: Critics, Viewers Unhappy With Final Book Being Split In Two

Trading 22 nov 2014 Commentaire »

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1

China’s Interest-Rate Cut Likely To Hurt Banks, Small Borrowers

Trading 22 nov 2014 Commentaire »

SHANGHAI (Reuters) -- China’s latest interest-rate cut is set to dent the profitability of domestic lenders, especially midsize banks, which are already suffering from higher rates of bad loans and a slowdown in profit growth. The People’s Bank of China unexpectedly cut rates late Friday, stepping up efforts to support small and misize enterprises, or SMEs, which are struggling to access credit and repay loans as the world’ second-largest economy slides to its slowest growth in nearly a quarter of a century.

VIDEO Real Madrid 4-0 Eibar Highlights, Goals: Ronaldo, Rodriguez Rout Eibar

Trading 22 nov 2014 Commentaire »

Real Madrid are playing like an unstoppable machine and no one in Spanish Primera seems capable of slowing them down at the moment. Behind impressive goals from James Rodriguez, Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema, Los Blancos rocked Eibar 4-0 at Municipal on Saturday for their 10th victory of the season.

Al Qaeda Member Released From Guantanamo Bay; Marks The Seventh Detainee Transfer This Week

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An al Qaeda member has been released from the detention center at Guantanamo Bay and transferred back to his home country of Saudi Arabia, the U.S. Defense Department announced Saturday. Muhammed Murdi Issa Al-Zahrani had been held at the detention facility within the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba for 12 years. He is the seventh detainee to be released in the past three weeks, the Pentagon.

Florida Gunman, Sheriff’s Office Deputy Killed In Tallahassee Shootout

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Police fatally shot a gunman in Tallahassee Saturday after he killed one sheriff's deputy and injured another outside his home, which he had set afire, the Associated Press reported. The Leon County Sheriff’s Office in Florida said the man ambushed the first deputy and killed him before stealing his gun and shooting down his street, wounding the second deputy. At that point, police fatally shot the suspect. No names have been released, AP said.

VIDEO Manchester United 2-1 Arsenal: Highlights, Goals; Wayne Rooney Strike Secures United Win At The Emirates

Trading 22 nov 2014 Commentaire »

For more than 50 minutes, Arsenal dominated Manchester United, creating chances at will against the most makeshift of defenses. Then it all, dramatically, suddenly and all too predictably, went horribly wrong. Another ankle injury to Jack Wilshere was quickly followed by Antonio Valencia’s strike across goal being turned in by Kieran Gibbs, moments after the Arsenal defender had collided haplessly with his goalkeeper to take Wojciech Szczesny out of the proceedings, too.

Ferguson Again? Al Sharpton Calls For Full Investigation Into Fatal Police Shooting Of Unarmed Brooklyn Man

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The Rev. Al Sharpton demanded a thorough investigation Saturday into a rookie police officer's fatal shooting of an unarmed man in Brooklyn, N.Y. Although the New York Police Department has labeled the Thursday night incident an accident, Sharpton said further examination was needed to uncover why Officer Peter Liang shot and killed 28-year-old Akai Gurley in a public housing complex, the Associated Press reported.

Alleged Gang Rape Leads University Of Virginia President To Suspend All Fraternity Activities

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All fraternity activities at the University of Virginia have been suspended after allegations of rape at a college fraternity house were published by Rolling Stone. University President Teresa A. Sullivan released a letter Saturday announcing the suspension of all “fraternal organizations and associated social activities” until Jan. 9, which marks the beginning of the school’s spring semester.

Boko Haram Suspected Of Another Massacre In Nigeria; At Least 50 Civilians Dead

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Suspected Boko Haram fighters stormed a second village in Nigeria's Borno state, this time killing at least 50 people, according to a report from Al Jazeera on Saturday. The attack marks the second this week by the terrorist organization in the West African country. An onslaught in the northeastern village of Azaya Kura left 45 people dead on Wednesday.