US Terror Blasts Suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami in Custody-BBC News
The suspect for the bombings in the Chelsea District in New York and Elizabeth, New Jersey this weekend, Ahmad Khan Rahami was put into custody on Monday when he was found sleeping in a doorway of a tavern in Linden, New Jersey. FBI Assistant Director in charge of New York, William Sweeney said at a press conference that investigators have evidence connecting Rahami to explosive devices in New York and New Jersey. “We will continue to lead the global coalition and the fight to destroy Isil which is instigating a lot of people over the internet to carry out attacks,” President Barack Obama said in response to this event.
Syria: UN Suspends Aid Delivery After Convoy, Warehouse Attack-CNN
The United Nations has decided to suspend aid operations to Syria after their aid truck convoy was attacked near the city of Aleppo. The truck convoy was delivering food and supplies to 78,000 people west of Aleppo. Also, a Syrian Arab Red Crescent aid warehouse was bombed. No one has claimed responsibility for the attack but the United States and Russia have blamed each other for the violence. “Our outrage at this attack is enormous, UN Special Envoy for Syria, Staffan de Mistrura said.
Video Released in Terence Crutcher’s Killing by Tulsa Police-NY Times
The police department in Tulsa, Oklahoma. released video of a white Tulsa police officer fatally shooting an unarmed black man with his hands raised above his head. Terence Crutcher, 40, was shot once and killed by Betty Shelby, a Tulsa police officer after Tulsa police received a report of an abandoned vehicle blocking the road. The video shows Mr. Crutcher being shot less than 30 seconds after officer Shelby’s backup comes to her support. “This is an issue that seems to be an epidemic happening all around America. What are we as an American society going to do about it?” lawyer for Mr. Crutcher’s family, Benjamin L. Crump said.