Adding 2,400 units would triple size of Abu Ghosh; local opponents, both Arab and Jewish, note government would never do the same to a Jewish community
A 17-year-Latvian attacked and injured "several" people with an axe in a Swiss village on Sunday night. Police have said there is no indication of terrorism. St. Gallen canton (state) police said the rampage began shortly after 8pm when the teenager attacked several people at a town square in Flums in the northeast of the country. He then fled with a stolen car, which later was involved in an accident. Police closed roads and helicopters flew overhead as they tried to apprehend the assailant, according to reports. The suspect continued on foot before attacking more people at a gas station shop, where he was arrested, police said. Police think the arrested teenager acted alone and the statement said there was no indication he has ties to extremists. Police didn't specify exactly how many people were hurt and said they were working to determine how serious the injuries were. No information on a possible motive was provided. The teenager reportedly escaped in a car after the attack.
PHOENIX (AP) — Officers responding to a call that someone was pointing a rifle out a window at an Arizona hotel rushed to the guest's room and ordered a man inside to exit, lay face-down in the hallway and refrain from making any sudden movements – or risk being shot.
Now that sexual harassment allegations have toppled powerful Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, women who accused Donald Trump are wondering why the President was unaffected. Similar accusations have trailed Mr Trump, with multiple women describing unsolicited sexual overtures (Mr Trump has denied those claims). Many political observers at the time proclaimed Mr Trump had no path to victory as numerous Republicans condemned the comments or disassociated themselves.
By Stephen Kalin and Jonathan Landay RIYADH/DOHA (Reuters) – U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Sunday it was time for Iranian-backed militias and their Iranian advisers who helped Iraq defeat Islamic State to “go home”, after a rare joint meeting with the leaders of Iraq and Saudi Arabia. The United States is concerned that Iran, a Shi’ite regional power, will take advantage of gains against IS in Iraq and Syria to expand the influence it gained after the U.S. invasion in 2003, something Sunni Arab rivals such as Riyadh also oppose.