Saturday, August 29, 2015

Daily Misfortune Saturday, August 29, 2015

Daily Misfortune Saturday, August 29, 2015 ---
Month Misfortune August 2015 ---

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Headlines:
  1. 1 killed 1 arrested August 29, 2015 Jaquan Huston Allegedly Fatally Stabs Fellow Chef at Boston Suburb P.F. Chang's 
  2. Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant Turkey launches its first air strikes against ISIL in Syria(Daily Sabah)
  3. Iraq War (2014–present) At least 10 people are killed in roadside bombings in Iraq(al-Arabiyah)
  4. Thirty-five people are killed when a bus traveling between Butterworth and Willovale in the Eastern CapeSouth Africa, drives off a cliff and overturns.(News24) Only nine of the 44 people inside a bus that drove off a cliff on the R408, between Butterworth and Willovale, on Saturday have survived the horror accident. 
  5. Pacific Northwest windstorm, with winds of up to 87 miles per hour (140 km/h), leaves two dead and over 450,000 people in theSeattle metropolitan area without power. (Seattle P-I)
  6. A man, who fell from the upper deck of Atlanta's Turner Field during Saturday night's Braves-New York Yankees baseball game, has died. (CNN)
  7. 2013-15 detention of Al-Jazeera journalists by Egypt Al Jazeera journalists Peter GresteMohamed Fahmy, and Baher Mohamed are each sentenced to three years' jail in Egypt for "aiding a terrorist organization" and falsifying news. Greste, who earlier was deported to Australia, was tried in absentia. Mohamed, an Egyptian, was sentenced to an additional six months for possession of a spent bullet casing; Fahmy is a Canadian national.(ABC News) (Al Jazeera)
  8. 2015 Bangkok bombing Thai police report a man with a fake passport has been arrested in a Bangkok suburb in connection with the Erawan Shrinebombing. The man was allegedly in possession of bomb making material and dozens of passports. (AP) (Banjkok Post) (BBC)
  9. U.S. police in Harris County, Texas, arrest Shannon Miles for the alleged murder of Sheriff Deputy Darren Goforth on Friday. (ABC)
Detail:

  1. 1 killed 1 arrested August 29, 2015 Jaquan Huston Allegedly Fatally Stabs Fellow Chef at Boston Suburb P.F. Chang's Apparent workplace violence incident. Jaquan Huston (black) admitted to fatally stabbing Elivelton Dias (hispanic) Saturday evening in the kitchen of the P.F. Chang’s restaurant at the suburban Boston Northshore Mall, but a not guilty plea was entered on Huston’s behalf. Employees heard screams and saw a 12-13 inch blade knife in Dias' back, and the attack was captured on security video. Huston claims when he was working in the kitchen, he thought the 38-year-old Dias was speaking about him, and “plunged the knife into his back” and then fled the restaurant. Huston’s mother, Shawn Maron-Huston, defended her son who she says told her her he had been threatened by Dias and he “snapped.” “He’s not a murderer, but he has anger issues,” Maron-Huston told WBZ-TV 
  2. Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant Turkey launches its first air strikes against ISIL in Syria. (Daily Sabah)
  3. Iraq War (2014–present) At least 10 people are killed in roadside bombings in Iraq. (al-Arabiyah)
  4. Thirty-five people are killed when a bus traveling between Butterworth and Willovale in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, drives off a cliff and overturns.(News24) Only nine of the 44 people inside a bus that drove off a cliff on the R408, between Butterworth and Willovale, on Saturday have survived the horror accident. 
  5. A Pacific Northwest windstorm, with winds of up to 87 miles per hour (140 km/h), leaves two dead and over 450,000 people in theSeattle metropolitan area without power. (Seattle P-I)
  6. A man, who fell from the upper deck of Atlanta's Turner Field during Saturday night's Braves-New York Yankees baseball game, has died. (CNN)
  7. 2013-15 detention of Al-Jazeera journalists by Egypt Al Jazeera journalists Peter Greste, Mohamed Fahmy, and Baher Mohamed are each sentenced to three years' jail in Egypt for "aiding a terrorist organization" and falsifying news. Greste, who earlier was deported to Australia, was tried in absentia. Mohamed, an Egyptian, was sentenced to an additional six months for possession of a spent bullet casing; Fahmy is a Canadian national.(ABC News) (Al Jazeera)
  8. 2015 Bangkok bombing Thai police report a man with a fake passport has been arrested in a Bangkok suburb in connection with the Erawan Shrinebombing. The man was allegedly in possession of bomb making material and dozens of passports. (AP) (Banjkok Post) (BBC)
  9. U.S. police in Harris County, Texas, arrest Shannon Miles for the alleged murder of Sheriff Deputy Darren Goforth on Friday. (ABC)
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