– Data Covid-19 USA – The hostages whispered instructions and edged closer to the door — part of invaluable training that anxious congregations are using.
– Data Covid-19 USA – Malik Faisal Akram had been listed as a “subject of interest” in 2020 by Britain’s MI5 security service, according to a U.S. official and British news media reports. But he […]
Gulbar Akram described his brother, Faisal, who was holding four hostages in a Texas synagogue on Saturday, as deeply troubled. He said he worked with police to try to “talk him down.’’
As a gunman ranted, the hostages whispered instructions and edged closer to the door. The rabbi credited security training for their safe exit.
Aafia Siddiqui has spent almost 12 years in a U.S. federal prison after being convicted of trying to kill American soldiers and plotting to blow up the Statue of Liberty.
The family of a British man who took four hostages during the standoff at Congregation Beth Israel described him as deeply troubled.
The F.B.I. identified Malik Faisal Akram, a British national, as the man who took hostages in a Texas synagogue on Saturday. He was killed during the rescue operation.
The authorities have identified the suspect, a British citizen, who was killed when the hostages at a synagogue in the Dallas-Fort Worth area were freed on Saturday night.
After being held hostage for 37 days by a gang, two people with a U.S. Christian aid group have been released in Port-au-Prince and are described as “safe.”
A country in crisis is facing a severe fuel shortage that is pushing it to the brink of collapse.
Gangs have long held sway in the country, but their dominance has expanded in recent years and the government has been accused of using them as tools of repression.