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Neighbors recall series of disturbances at California shooter's home People who lived near 28-year-old Ian Long said they could hear loud arguments, and one neighbor called the police on him I suspected he had a gun there because I heard a gunshot one night, over a year ago, Macleud said 23 Photos Mass shooting at California bar A gunman entered the Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks, during a weekly College Country Night, setting off smoke bombs and firing into th..
How Daniel Barenboim's orchestra of Israeli and Arab musicians is faring in the current political climate - Los Angeles Times Daniel Barenboim talks about founding the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra with student musicians from Israel, Palestine and other Arab countries, which is making its Disney Hall debut, Sunday night. As we came out, one Syrian musician said to me, ‘I never realized, but I now realize with horror, that if we, the Arabs, had been in Germany in the 1940s, we would have also ended up here Belying Berlin’s growing intolerance, particularly toward Jews and emigrant Muslims, Barenboim proudly concludes that in the Boulez Saal, There is a very good feeling
Armies from 31 countries take part in huge war game amid rising Russia tension EXCLUSIVE: The field training operation in Norway is NATO's biggest military exercise in more than 30 years It’s also state-based threats and the challenge to what we would describe as the accepted world norms of behaviour Read More Top news stories from Mirror Online Chris Watts sobs as he pleads guilty Girl, 9, begs to work after mum died More children stabbed after school Shopper stunned after opening huge box
Who is Ian David Long? California shooting suspect who killed 12 people IAN David Long, a former US Marine who served in Afghanistan, carried out a deadly mass shooting in California which left a dozen people dead. The attack was yet another horrific mass shooting to t… 4 The shooting suspect was identified as a war veteran and former Marine who suffered from PTSD How many victims were killed on injured at the Thousand Oaks shooting John’s stepdad Tom described seeing the shooter firing at a young girl Then he went into the office, where all the cash and stuff is
Marine turned bar killer ‘terrified’ his mum when he returned from tour THE mother of a war veteran who gunned down 12 people in a California bar “lived in fear” of what her troubled son might do after he returned from Afghanistan. Former machine gunner Ian… Officials said former marine Long died from a single gunshot wound after exchanging fire with police at the Borderline Bar and Grill in Thousand Oaks - 40 minutes drive from Los Angeles It was ranked as the fourth safest among cities with a population greater than 100,000 in the US by the FBI's 2013 Uniform Crime Reports
Yemen troops push further into rebel-held Hodeida Yemeni pro-government forces backed by Saudi-led coalition warplanes advanced inside rebel-held Hodeida Thursday, leaving hundreds of thousands of civilians bracing for fighting in the streets of the Red Sea port city. Flashing victory signs, troops of the United Arab Emirates-trained Giants Brigade armed with automatic weapons and rocket-propelled grenades rolled down the city’s streets in pickup trucks bearing their brigade logo spray-painted in red, a journalist working for AFP reported But rebel chief Abdulmalik al-Huthi vowed late on Wednesday that his fighters would never surrender despite being seriously outnumbered UN special envoy Martin Griffiths on Wednesday said he aimed to hold peace talks by the end of the year
Tragedy strikes twice for California shooting survivors who witnessed Las Vegas massacre Survivors of last year’s massacre at the Route 91 country music festival in Las Vegas were at the Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks at the gunmen started firing sporadically killing 12 people and injuring many. READ MORE: Police identify California bar mass shooting suspect as former marine Ian David Long Former Marine and Afghanistan veteran Ian David Long went on a shooting rampage at the crowded bar armed with his Glock 21 .45 caliber semi-automatic handgun with extended magazine While he said the Vegas attack traumatized him, Champion told Billboard that I don’t want to let fear change the way I live Trends: California newsLas Vegas shooting Thousand Oaks shooting newsUS news
Army veteran who shot 12 dead in bar may have 'snapped due to traumatic PTSD' Police are looking into the Afghanistan veteran's mental health after he shot 12 people dead in a country music bar He said: In April, deputies were called to his house for a subject disturbing [the peace] Read More Thousand Oaks shooting grid Fans inside 'survived Las Vegas' Heartbreaking apology from survivor Tearful witness speaks about gunman Live updates on shooting
Yemen peace talks 'pushed back to end of year' Plan for peace talks pushed back amid renewed Hodeidah offensive, spokesperson for UN's Yemen envoy says. Last week, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres demanded an immediate halt to the fighting, warning that the country stands on a precipice and could face the world's worst famine for decades if violence continues unabated Aid agencies have long warned that fighting in Hodeidah, the entry point for the bulk of Yemen's commercial imports and aid supplies, risks escalating the country's dire humanitarian crisis
Trump administration could name Yemen’s Houthi rebels a terrorist group Step could make it more difficult for aid groups to deliver assistance as conditions worsen. A designation would likely result in the freezing of financial assets of the Houthi movement, which controls government institutions in areas under its control, travel prohibitions and punishments for those believed to providing material support to the group
Jordan says in talks with U.S and Russia to dismantle Syria camp Jordan said on Thursday it was in talks with Washington and Moscow to empty a de... Jordan officials have repeatedly said they suspect the camp is infiltrated with IS sleeper cells, a security nightmare that has haunted Amman since an IS militant in 2016 drove a car bomb into a Jordanian military border post, killing seven guards Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
Trump's absence made North Korean envoy call off trip Cancellation deepens standoff, affecting inter-Korean projects Pompeo's visit to Pyongyang in October failed to iron out differences between the U.S. and North Korea The U.S. had attempted to arrange a meeting between Stephen Biegun, its special representative for North Korea, and North Korean Vice Foreign Minister Choe Son Hui, but Pyongyang rebuffed the offer
Fighting another war: How many military personnel and veterans will have PTSD in 2025? (The Conversation is an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts.) Mohammad S. Jalali , MIT Sloan School of Management (THE CONVERSATION) Post-traumatic stress disorder is a serious public health challenge. It is estimated that about eight million people in the U.S. (2.5 percent of the total population) suffer from it. This rate jumps to about 11 to 20 percent among Iraq and Afghanistan veterans who suffer from diagnosed or undiagnosed PTSD.