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22.9.2019 12:30
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Ben Roberts-Smith under police investigation for 'kicking handcuffed Afghan off small cliff'

Multiple defence sources have confirmed the Victoria Cross winner is the subject of an AFP inquiry into the brutalisation of Afghan farmer and father Ali Jan after he was taken into custody by the SAS on September 11, 2012.

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22.9.2019 12:15
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10 dead as truck ploughs through crowded Chinese market

Ten people were killed and 16 injured when a trucked ploughed through a busy market area in central China on Sunday morning, authorities said.The vehicle went out of control on a downhill section of road at around 8.50am in the township of Huashi in Xiangtan county, Hunan province, the county government said in a statement on Weibo, China’s Twitter-like microblogging service.Police detained the driver and an investigation was under way, the statement said.Footage posted on social media platform…

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22.9.2019 12:01
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The Real Reason for Trump Derangement Syndrome

Donald Trump is waging a nonstop, all-encompassing war against progressive culture, in magnitude analogous to what 19th-century Germans once called a Kulturkampf. As a result, not even former President George W. Bush has incurred the degree of hatred from the left that is now directed at Trump. For most of his time in office, Trump, his family, his friends, and his businesses have been investigated, probed, dissected, and constantly attacked. In 2016 and early 2017, Barack Obama appointees in the FBI, CIA, and Department of Justice tried to subvert the Trump campaign, interfere with his transition, and, ultimately, abort his presidency. Now, congressional Democrats promise impeachment before the 2020 election. The usual reason for such hatred is said to be Trump’s unorthodox and combative take-no-prisoners style. Critics detest his crude and unfettered assertions, his lack of prior military or political experience, his attacks on the so-called bipartisan administrative state, and his intent to roll back the entire Obama-era effort of “fundamentally transforming” the country leftward. Certainly, Trump’s agenda of closing the border, using tariffs to overturn a half-century of Chinese mercantilism, and pulling back from optional overseas military interventions variously offends both Democrats and establishment Republicans. To make things worse for his critics, Trump’s economy is booming as never before in the new 21st century: near record-low unemployment, a record number of Americans working, increases in workers’ wages and family incomes, low interest rates, low inflation, steady GDP growth, and a strong stock market. Yet the real source of Trump derangement syndrome is his desire to wage a multifront pushback—politically, socially, economically, and culturally—against what might be called the elite postmodern progressive world. https://www.dailysignal.com/2019/09/19/t...-syndrome/

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22.9.2019 10:22
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Police investigate 'disturbing' assault on video

media thumbnailPittsburgh police said multiple people are facing charges following a violent assault at a North Side gas station Friday. A video of the incident at the Exxon Mobil gas station went viral on social media. Dozens of protesters also gathered at the Exxon Mobil on McKnight Road in Ross Township, echoing the same chant and holding signs calling for the closing of the gas station, which protesters said is owned by the same people in the video. The gas station also closed on Saturday. One lane of McKnight Road was shut down as protesters moved into the road. Police were at the scene as traffic moved slowly in the other lane. Authorities said they responded to the assault in the 2500 block of Brighton Road around 6:45 p.m. Friday. Investigators said they learned there had been a fight between the male gas station owners and employee and two female customers. Police said the fight broke out after a verbal argument over an alleged pump malfunction that caused gas to spill. When the customers asked for a refund, the store owners refused to provide one. Authorities said they looked through multiple videos of the fight, including surveillance video from the gas station. One bystander video showed the store owners hitting one of the women in the back of the head multiple times and an employee grabbing one of the women by her hair and dragging her across pavement. Police said the gas station's surveillance videos show a female customer initiating the confrontation inside the store before it moved outside. Police said charges should be filed against the owners of the gas station and the employee, adding that investigators submitted paperwork to the Allegheny County District Attorney's Office on Friday night. {{file|t=sbpBy_1569140474}}

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22.9.2019 10:22
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Police investigate 'disturbing' assault on video

media thumbnailPittsburgh police said multiple people are facing charges following a violent assault at a North Side gas station Friday. A video of the incident at the Exxon Mobil gas station went viral on social media. Dozens of protesters also gathered at the Exxon Mobil on McKnight Road in Ross Township, echoing the same chant and holding signs calling for the closing of the gas station, which protesters said is owned by the same people in the video. The gas station also closed on Saturday. One lane of McKnight Road was shut down as protesters moved into the road. Police were at the scene as traffic moved slowly in the other lane. Authorities said they responded to the assault in the 2500 block of Brighton Road around 6:45 p.m. Friday. Investigators said they learned there had been a fight between the male gas station owners and employee and two female customers. Police said the fight broke out after a verbal argument over an alleged pump malfunction that caused gas to spill. When the customers asked for a refund, the store owners refused to provide one. Authorities said they looked through multiple videos of the fight, including surveillance video from the gas station. One bystander video showed the store owners hitting one of the women in the back of the head multiple times and an employee grabbing one of the women by her hair and dragging her across pavement. Police said the gas station's surveillance videos show a female customer initiating the confrontation inside the store before it moved outside. Police said charges should be filed against the owners of the gas station and the employee, adding that investigators submitted paperwork to the Allegheny County District Attorney's Office on Friday night. {{file|t=sbpBy_1569140474}}

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22.9.2019 10:22
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Police investigate 'disturbing' assault on video

media thumbnailPittsburgh police said multiple people are facing charges following a violent assault at a North Side gas station Friday. A video of the incident at the Exxon Mobil gas station went viral on social media. Dozens of protesters also gathered at the Exxon Mobil on McKnight Road in Ross Township, echoing the same chant and holding signs calling for the closing of the gas station, which protesters said is owned by the same people in the video. The gas station also closed on Saturday. One lane of McKnight Road was shut down as protesters moved into the road. Police were at the scene as traffic moved slowly in the other lane. Authorities said they responded to the assault in the 2500 block of Brighton Road around 6:45 p.m. Friday. Investigators said they learned there had been a fight between the male gas station owners and employee and two female customers. Police said the fight broke out after a verbal argument over an alleged pump malfunction that caused gas to spill. When the customers asked for a refund, the store owners refused to provide one. Authorities said they looked through multiple videos of the fight, including surveillance video from the gas station. One bystander video showed the store owners hitting one of the women in the back of the head multiple times and an employee grabbing one of the women by her hair and dragging her across pavement. Police said the gas station's surveillance videos show a female customer initiating the confrontation inside the store before it moved outside. Police said charges should be filed against the owners of the gas station and the employee, adding that investigators submitted paperwork to the Allegheny County District Attorney's Office on Friday night. {{file|t=sbpBy_1569140474}}

Náhled
22.9.2019 10:22
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Police investigate 'disturbing' assault on video

media thumbnailPittsburgh police said multiple people are facing charges following a violent assault at a North Side gas station Friday. A video of the incident at the Exxon Mobil gas station went viral on social media. Dozens of protesters also gathered at the Exxon Mobil on McKnight Road in Ross Township, echoing the same chant and holding signs calling for the closing of the gas station, which protesters said is owned by the same people in the video. The gas station also closed on Saturday. One lane of McKnight Road was shut down as protesters moved into the road. Police were at the scene as traffic moved slowly in the other lane. Authorities said they responded to the assault in the 2500 block of Brighton Road around 6:45 p.m. Friday. Investigators said they learned there had been a fight between the male gas station owners and employee and two female customers. Police said the fight broke out after a verbal argument over an alleged pump malfunction that caused gas to spill. When the customers asked for a refund, the store owners refused to provide one. Authorities said they looked through multiple videos of the fight, including surveillance video from the gas station. One bystander video showed the store owners hitting one of the women in the back of the head multiple times and an employee grabbing one of the women by her hair and dragging her across pavement. Police said the gas station's surveillance videos show a female customer initiating the confrontation inside the store before it moved outside. Police said charges should be filed against the owners of the gas station and the employee, adding that investigators submitted paperwork to the Allegheny County District Attorney's Office on Friday night. {{file|t=sbpBy_1569140474}}

Náhled
22.9.2019 10:22
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Police investigate 'disturbing' assault on video

media thumbnailPittsburgh police said multiple people are facing charges following a violent assault at a North Side gas station Friday. A video of the incident at the Exxon Mobil gas station went viral on social media. Dozens of protesters also gathered at the Exxon Mobil on McKnight Road in Ross Township, echoing the same chant and holding signs calling for the closing of the gas station, which protesters said is owned by the same people in the video. The gas station also closed on Saturday. One lane of McKnight Road was shut down as protesters moved into the road. Police were at the scene as traffic moved slowly in the other lane. Authorities said they responded to the assault in the 2500 block of Brighton Road around 6:45 p.m. Friday. Investigators said they learned there had been a fight between the male gas station owners and employee and two female customers. Police said the fight broke out after a verbal argument over an alleged pump malfunction that caused gas to spill. When the customers asked for a refund, the store owners refused to provide one. Authorities said they looked through multiple videos of the fight, including surveillance video from the gas station. One bystander video showed the store owners hitting one of the women in the back of the head multiple times and an employee grabbing one of the women by her hair and dragging her across pavement. Police said the gas station's surveillance videos show a female customer initiating the confrontation inside the store before it moved outside. Police said charges should be filed against the owners of the gas station and the employee, adding that investigators submitted paperwork to the Allegheny County District Attorney's Office on Friday night. {{file|t=sbpBy_1569140474}}

Náhled
22.9.2019 10:22
Zdroj

Police investigate 'disturbing' assault on video

media thumbnailPittsburgh police said multiple people are facing charges following a violent assault at a North Side gas station Friday. A video of the incident at the Exxon Mobil gas station went viral on social media. Dozens of protesters also gathered at the Exxon Mobil on McKnight Road in Ross Township, echoing the same chant and holding signs calling for the closing of the gas station, which protesters said is owned by the same people in the video. The gas station also closed on Saturday. One lane of McKnight Road was shut down as protesters moved into the road. Police were at the scene as traffic moved slowly in the other lane. Authorities said they responded to the assault in the 2500 block of Brighton Road around 6:45 p.m. Friday. Investigators said they learned there had been a fight between the male gas station owners and employee and two female customers. Police said the fight broke out after a verbal argument over an alleged pump malfunction that caused gas to spill. When the customers asked for a refund, the store owners refused to provide one. Authorities said they looked through multiple videos of the fight, including surveillance video from the gas station. One bystander video showed the store owners hitting one of the women in the back of the head multiple times and an employee grabbing one of the women by her hair and dragging her across pavement. Police said the gas station's surveillance videos show a female customer initiating the confrontation inside the store before it moved outside. Police said charges should be filed against the owners of the gas station and the employee, adding that investigators submitted paperwork to the Allegheny County District Attorney's Office on Friday night. {{file|t=sbpBy_1569140474}}

Náhled
22.9.2019 09:58
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Jeremy Corbyn’s top aide quits saying Labour WON’T win election and slams ‘lack of human decency’ in party

ONE of Jeremy Corbyn’s top aides has dramatically quit his job  – saying Labour WON’T win the next election. The Labour boss’ leadership was plunged into fresh chaos on the eve of their party conference after  head of policy Andrew Fisher announced he would walk out. Mr Fisher, who wrote Labour’s last manifesto,   launched a […]

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