6.8.2019 08:34 pm
Residents in El Paso said they were fearful of a rise in white nationalism and said the president was part of the problem.
Residents in majority-Hispanic El Paso told US President Donald Trump on Tuesday to stay away amid fury over his anti-immigration rhetoric as he struggles to unite the country in the wake of mass shootings that killed 31 people.
Every month so far in 2019 ranks among the four warmest on record for the month in question, with June being the hottest June measured.
Trump suggested ‘mental illness’ was the main problem behind the spate of rampages by heavily armed killers in schools, businesses, and stores.
Moscow has blamed Washington for unilaterally ending a nuclear treaty reached signed 1987.
Two shootings over the past weekend have sparked accusations that Trump’s rhetoric was part of the problem.
‘We must have something good, if not GREAT, come out of these two tragic events!’ he tweeted.
When the company tweeted it was ‘in shock’ after the tragedy in El Paso, many Twitter users replied: ‘Stop selling guns.’
Al Jazeera learned that the victims were attending a wedding when the strike hit.
Provincial spokesperson Jamal Nasser Barekzai said the attacker fled the scene of the shooting.
Pakistan’s foreign ministry condemned the move as ‘illegal’.
Up to 400 millimetres of rain was reported in northern Vietnam over the weekend.
The peak-hour efforts to lock down the transport sector follows two months of unprecedented and often violent unrest.
A man over the weekend allegedly killed 20 people and injured 26 others at a busy Walmart store in Texas in the US.
Escorted by three helicopters, Zapata glided across the water in the early morning light.
A gunman armed with an assault rifle killed 20 people Saturday when he opened fire on shoppers at a packed Walmart store in Texas, the latest mass shooting in the United States.