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(WARNING: DISTURBING CONTENT) Authorities have released the dashboard camera footage from the shooting of Philando Castile, a black motorist, by officer Jeronimo Yanez in July 2016. ▲ Hide Transcript WARNING - EDIT CONTAINS VIDEO AND AUDIO THAT SOME MAY FIND DISTURBING "Hi sir." The newly released dashcam video shows what first appears to be a standard traffic stop. Anthony Police Officer Jeronimo Yanez pulling over black motorist Philando Castile on a Minnesota freeway in July 2016. That alleged action could not be seen in the footage. The aftermath of the encounter was also broadcast on social media.
But when Castile reveals he's carrying a firearm... Castile's girlfriend Diamond Reynolds recorded the incident from the passenger seat.
Compassion, personal space and a spare toothbrush — these are just a few of the things Australian families should consider when opening their homes to Syrian refugees.
“Assad choked out the lives of innocent men, women and children,” Trumped declared. Russia and Iran, Assad’s allies, pose other problems. military officials said they informed their Russian counterparts of the impending attack. ambassador Vladimir Safronkov warned that any negative consequences from the strikes would be on the “shoulders of those who initiated such a doubtful and tragic enterprise.” The U. also notified its partner countries in the region prior to launching the strikes. Thursday night’s strikes were launched from the USS Ross and USS Porter and landed in the early morning Friday in Syria.
“I think what happened in Syria is one of the truly egregious crimes and shouldn’t have happened and it shouldn’t be allowed to happen,” Trump told reporters traveling on Air Force One to Florida, where he was holding a two-day summit with Chinese President Xi Jinping. Trump has advocated greater counterterrorism cooperation with Russia, Assad’s most powerful military backer. military officials sought to portray the strikes as an appropriate, measured response.
A video featuring two members of Los Angeles-area gangs claiming to be fighting in Syria for Bashar Assad grabbed international headlines earlier this month after it was flagged by a Washington-based Middle East monitoring group. gangbangers in Syria," the story highlights the nuances of a bloody ethno-sectarian civil war now entering its fourth year, and the ambiguous fate of Christian Armenians and other Syrian minorities caught between a regime which claims to protect them, and a factitious array of rebel groups which includes many Islamic militants, among them a powerful group linked to al Qaeda.
The armed men, later identified by CNN as Syrians of Armenian ethnicity who lived in the U. before they were deported back to Syria, also caught the attention of American security officials, who say they're investigating the video. American Armenians bristle at the Pro-Assad label popularly affixed to their Syrian counterparts -- a label leaders fear the now-viral video will only perpetuate.
"The Armenian community is a non-combatant community, a civilian community caught in a much larger struggle," said Aram Hamparian, the executive director of the Armenian National Committee of America.