How white supremacist mass murders have become an organised transnational security threat.
Police said the stabbing victim did not sustain life-threatening injuries and were investigating the discovery of a women's body in a nearby apartment that appeared to have stabbing wounds.
The man identified by media as 21-year old Philip Manshaus is formally suspected of murder in the death of his 17-year-old stepsister and of a "terrorist act" at the Al Noor mosque on Saturday, police said in a statement.
President Donald Trump calls for urgent action to prevent gun violence after mass shootings in Texas and Ohio killed 29 people and wounded dozens. He says the US "must condemn racism, bigotry and white supremacy."
Police fired repeated rounds of tear gas at the crowds in Yuen Long after tense standoffs with protesters, some of whom were throwing projectiles at police and had surrounded a police van.
Once again the underbelly of the Indian society is exposed and the case has become a rallying point for activists demanding a change in the laws to protect vulnerable couples.
The victims in Hela province included two pregnant women and eight children. Highland clans have fought each other for centuries, but the recent influx of automatic weapons has made the clashes more deadly.
For years US terror warnings have focused on groups like Al Qaeda or Daesh, but the latest warnings from US law enforcement agencies point to homegrown terrorists as the most immediate danger.
US officials and the Taliban began the seventh round of talks on Saturday, in what one US official said was a "make-or-break moment" in efforts to end the 18-year war.
There is a growing movement to impose more restrictions on gun ownership and with another mass shooting a week ago in Virginia, the issue looks set to continue into the 2020 presidential race.
TRT World interviews Anton Tripolskii, a domestic violence expert from the Battered Women’s Justice Project, who explains how the 'credibility of victim-survivors is significantly discounted in the American court system.'
The latest report says at least 40 people in 432 case studies researched died "as a result of injuries received during torture."
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