17 September 2017, 03:03 | Taylor George
Brian E. Frosh Maryland Attorney General
Congolese Security Forces Kill at Least 18 Burundian Refugees
Eyewitness Alfred Rukungo said the soldiers continued shooting into the crowd even after some refugees were wounded. The clashes broke out when refugees were opposed to repatriation to Burundi, Kasereka said.
Options on N. Korea 'Effective, Overwhelming'
Trump himself warned last month that he would unleash "fire and fury" on the North if it continues to threaten the U.S. But the North has ignored countless global reproaches previously.
Improvised explosive device detonated on Tube train in London
Police now say 30 people "are known to have been injured" in what they call a terrorist attack. She said that "the public should go about their daily lives but remain vigilant ".
'Power, power, power': Millions in Florida swelter through outages after Irma
The crews will travel to communities and work until residences and businesses in those areas are hooked back up to the power grid. More than 118,500 customers had been restored by Friday morning - 19 percent of its service - but 33,000 were still out of power.