20 December 2014

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Six dead in US shootings, manhunt for suspect

Six dead in US shootings, manhunt for suspectNEW YORK: A gunman killed six people and seriously wounded another Monday in a series of shootings near the northeastern US city of Philadelphia, authorities said, as police hunted for the suspect.All seven victims have a "familial relationship" to the suspect, identified as 35-year-old Bradley William Stone, said prosecutors in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.Police said Stone -- possibly wearing military fatigues -- should be considered "armed and dangerous."No possible motive was given for the shootings.

Sea of flowers as Sydney siege hostages mourned

Sea of flowers as Sydney siege hostages mourned SYDNEY: Tearful Sydney office workers and Muslim women in hijabs laid flowers Tuesday at the scene of a deadly siege, as an outpouring of grief and shock gripped the usually easy-going harbour city.Nearby florist kiosks struggled to keep up with demand as well-wishers created a sea of bouquets in an impromptu memorial at Martin Place, the city square where the 16-hour drama unfolded.“Just the fact that something like this has never happened before in Australia, and it just

Saudi cleric's wife shows face on TV, sparking uproar

DUBAI  A Saudi cleric has sparked uproar by appearing on television along with his wife -- whose face was uncovered in an open challenge to strict tradition in the ultra-conservative Muslim kingdom.Sheikh Ahmed al-Ghamedi, who has said covering the face is not a must for women under Islam, sat alongside his wife Jawaher bint Ali as she spoke to Dubai-based Saudi MBC television, in a programme broadcast at the weekend.Saudi women rarely show their faces in public.Sporting trendy sunglasses,

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