Archive for April, 2019

'Something terrible was to happen': Officials had warnings

When a series of suicide bombs tore apart churches and hotels across Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday, most of the …Read the Rest

Confusion and blame: Officials risk tearing nation apart

One day after a devastating series of attacks on hotels and churches across Sri Lanka, another explosion blew out windows …Read the Rest

Moments before blast: Surveillance video of alleged suspect

Surveillance video provided to CNN shows the alleged suspect in one of the Sri Lanka church bombings entering a church …Read the Rest

Leader of armed group stopping migrants at U.S.-Mexico border to face federal charges

The leader of an armed group that is stopping undocumented migrants crossing into the United States from Mexico is expected …Read the Rest

U.S. to end all waivers Iran oil imports, crude price jumps

The United States on Monday said it will eliminate in May all waivers granted to eight economies allowing them to …Read the Rest

Iran says ready for U.S. waivers end, as Guards threaten to shut Hormuz

Tehran is prepared for a U.S. decision to end waivers granted to buyers of Iranian crude, an Iranian oil ministry …Read the Rest

The President is going to court to try to stop House Democrats from obtaining his financial records

President Donald Trump is going to court try to block a Democratically-controlled congressional committee from obtaining his financial records through …Read the Rest

House Judiciary Chair Nadler says obstruction by Trump, if proven, is 'impeachable' offense

U.S. House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler said on Sunday that if the evidence shows that President Donald Trump obstructed …Read the Rest

Bombs kill more than 200 in Sri Lankan churches, hotels on Easter Sunday

Over 200 people were killed and at least 450 injured in bomb blasts that ripped through churches and luxury hotels …Read the Rest

Factbox: Reaction to Sri Lanka attacks

Easter Day bomb blasts at churches and hotels in Sri Lanka killed more than 200 people, officials said. Source: Reuters