Saturday, August 22, 2015

Daily Misfortune Saturday, August 22, 2015

Daily Misfortune Saturday, August 22, 2015 ---
Month Misfortune August 2015 ---

*Reference
*Today

Headlines:
  1. South Korea evacuates residents near the North Korean border as tension escalates. High level talks are held in Panmunjom to defuse tensions. (Yonhap) (Yonhap)
  2. War in Somalia (2009–present) An al-Shabaab suicide bomber attacks a Somali military training base in Kismayu with at least 16 people dead. Another five people are killed in a suicide bombing inMogadishu(Reuters)
  3. War in Afghanistan (2015–present) An Afghan suicide bomber attacks a NATO convoy in Kabul killing at least twelve people and injuring 66. (CBS)
  4. Syrian Civil War Over 50 people are killed in the Syrian rebel-held town of Douma near the capital Damascus following missile strikes by pro-Assad forces. (Reuters)
  5. 7 killed 15 injured Shoreham Airport disaster A Hawker Hunter aircraft crashes during an airshow after failing to pull out of dive at Shoreham AirportWest Sussex, United Kingdom. Seven people are killed with 15 injured. (BBC News Online) (News24)
  6. An explosion occurs at a chemical warehouse in China's Shandong province, with nine injured according to Chinese media. (RT)
  7. Three people are dead and eight missing after a landslide in China's Yunnan Province(Xinhua)
  8. A second journalist is killed in the Philippines in a week. (CNN)
  9. Fourteen members of the Barrio 18 street gang are killed in the Quetzaltepeque penitentiary in El Salvador; the killings are believed to be a result of a power struggle within the gang. (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
  10. Aug 22 CNN Newsroom: Train gunman identified as Ayoub el-Qahzzani. May have tried to join ISIS. traveled from Europe to Turkey this year. Likely linked to French ISIS fighters Moroccan in origin
  11. hostage, shots fired 0 injured suspect arrested August 22, 2015 Metairie Louisiana bar hostage standoff ends when hero patron overpowers not terrorist gunman with AK-47 and two pistols, JPSO says

Detail:

  1. South Korea evacuates residents near the North Korean border as tension escalates. High level talks are held in Panmunjom to defuse tensions. (Yonhap) (Yonhap)
  2. War in Somalia (2009–present) An al-Shabaab suicide bomber attacks a Somali military training base in Kismayu with at least 16 people dead. Another five people are killed in a suicide bombing inMogadishu. (Reuters)
  3. War in Afghanistan (2015–present) An Afghan suicide bomber attacks a NATO convoy in Kabul killing at least twelve people and injuring 66. (CBS)
  4. Syrian Civil War Over 50 people are killed in the Syrian rebel-held town of Douma near the capital Damascus following missile strikes by pro-Assad forces. (Reuters)Arts and culture
  5. 2015 Pacific typhoon season
  6. 7 killed 15 injured Shoreham Airport disaster A Hawker Hunter aircraft crashes during an airshow after failing to pull out of dive at Shoreham Airport, West Sussex, United Kingdom. Seven people are killed with 15 injured. (BBC News Online) (News24)
  7. An explosion occurs at a chemical warehouse in China's Shandong province, with nine injured according to Chinese media. (RT)
  8. Three people are dead and eight missing after a landslide in China's Yunnan Province. (Xinhua)International relations
  9. A second journalist is killed in the Philippines in a week. (CNN)
  10. Fourteen members of the Barrio 18 street gang are killed in the Quetzaltepeque penitentiary in El Salvador; the killings are believed to be a result of a power struggle within the gang. (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
  11. Aug 22 CNN Newsroom: Train gunman identified as Ayoub el-Qahzzani. May have tried to join ISIS. traveled from Europe to Turkey this year. Likely linked to French ISIS fighters. Believed to be Moroccan in origin
  12. hostage, shots fired 0 injured suspect arrested August 22, 2015 Metairie Louisiana bar hostage standoff ends when hero patron overpowers not terrorist gunman with AK-47 and two pistols, JPSO says hostage standoff inside a Metairie bar early Saturday ended when a patron tackled an armed gunman Edward Schlumbrecht, 52, stormed into Turtle Lounge, early Saturday and fired several shots from the AK-47 and two pistols, scattering patrons. Commenters wonder if gunman could be called a terrorist.
*Timeline

June 28
  1. June 28, 2015 murder Aug 19 2015 arrest 1 killed 4 charged Jose Amaya Guardado Machete Murder Buried Alive by Job Corps Classmates  In Florida, four Homestead Job Corps, 3 males and a female student hacked a 17-year-old boy Jose Amaya Guardado with a machete and buried him alive before two of the killers celebrated by having sex near the murder scene, police said. Young woman Desiray Strickland, 18, was arrested Wednesday. Miami-Dade police said. Kaheem Arbelo, 20, Jonathan Lucas, 18, and Christian Colon, 19, were arrested and confessed to the crime last week. Two weeks of planning included digging the grave beforehand and hiding a machete in a wooded area near the Homestead Job Corps campus. All five students lived on campus about 35 miles south of Miami. Motive was not terrorism but a debt he owed to Arbelo, who was the leader and suspected drug dealer Strickland shoved and head-butted a detective, and pulling out screws from an outlet, Strickland tried to pick her handcuffs and then etched "MPD Go to Hell" on a table, The Job Corps school and vocational program houses at-risk students between the ages of 16 and 24
Aug 19
  1. June 28, 2015Aug 19 2015 arrest 1 killed 4 charged   Four Florida Job Corps Students Hack Roommate Boy With Machete, Bury Him Alive
*Sources