Manhunt continues for Cleveland Facebook shooting suspect

Police Chief Calvin Williams says anyone who thinks they've seen Stephens should call 911. Stephens posted a video on Facebook in 2016 showing him shooting targets at the gun range, with the caption "rapid shots", according to. But he says these searches can take days, weeks or even longer. The company on Monday said it would begin reviewing how it monitors violent footage and other objectionable material in response to the killing.

North Korea warns against U.S. "military hysteria" as it marks founder's birth

The official said plans could change in the unlikely event a North Korean missile targets South Korea, Japan or US territory. USA aircraft carrier Carl Vinson, surrounded by a fleet of U.S. However, this year's celebrations come at a tense time on the Korean Peninsula, days after a USA strike group was deployed to the region and amid expectations of another missile or nuclear test by Pyongyang .

Christians Advised To Proclaim Resurrection Of Jesus

Christians Advised To Proclaim Resurrection Of Jesus

Fagbami said that the resurrection of Jesus Christ was not a theory but a reality as seen from the resurrection story in the Bible. Resurrection Sunday at Macedonia Church of Pittsburgh in the Hill District had the same message. "This should make us recognize that much more unites us than divides us", said Lori. The Christian devotees who celebrate the Easter with great devotion demonstrate that incomparable supreme sacrifice was made in order to rise above the humans and achieve divinity.

India, Australia ink six pacts; to boost counter-terror cooperation

Trilateral cooperation among Australia, Japan and India is welcome. The discussions between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Prime Minister Turnbull and the six agreements signed reflect global changes. On Tuesday, Mr Turnbull will take part in a strategic roundtable meeting involving Australia and Indian security and foreign policy experts. Stating that trade in goods and services between the two sides stood at $20 billion, he said there was scope for increasing this.

Turkey's President Erdogan tells referendum critics 'know your place'

Meanwhile, Andreas Loverdos who spoke on behalf of the Democratic Alignment, expressed concern over the future of EU-Turkish relations given Erdogan's new powers. Turkey's three largest cities - Istanbul, Ankara and Izmir - all voted "no" although "yes" prevailed in the country's Anatolian heartland. In light of the allegations, the US State Department urged the country to respect the rights of its voters.

Turkey extends state of emergency

Speaking to reporters at a press conference in Ankara following a weekly Cabinet meeting, KurtulmuĊŸ said that the decision will now go to Parliament for approval and the extension will be effective as of Wednesday, April 19. The decision comes a day after President Tayyip Erdogan narrowly won a referendum granting him sweeping new powers. The state of emergency has been renewed twice before in October and January after it was first declared on July 20th a year ago, five days after the ...