One dead and 5 injured in a shooting at a house party in California One dead and 5 injured in a shooting at a house party in California

One dead and 5 injured in a shooting at a house party in California

One dead and 5 injured in a shooting at a house party in California  A 17-year-old girl was killed and five people were injured early Saturday at a house party in Chico, California, local police said.  Chico Police Chief Billy Aldridge said cops were initially dispatched to a large party on Columbus Avenue, just blocks from the California State University-Chico campus, after reports that an attendee fired several rounds from a firearm.  He added that the police discovered that a fight had occurred at the party, and the suspect was asked to leave before the police arrived. Aldridge added that two people were taken to hospital after reports of physical assault.  At 3 a.m. local time, police were called to another party on Columbus Avenue, where it was reported that someone was brandishing a gun. Police there found a person who matched the description of the suspect who had fired in the previous incident, and he was arrested for possession and reckless use of a gun.  Less than half an hour later, police were called back to the Columbus Street party where it emerged that six people had been shot, and one of the victims had died.  The police stated that the victim was a 17-year-old girl, and that some of the injured were taken to hospital, noting that the investigation is still at an early stage.  Aldridge described the incident as "isolated" and there was no "continuous threat" to public order.         9 people were killed and 7 injured in a mass shooting in a Texas mall 9 people were killed and 7 others were wounded when a gunman opened fire randomly inside a shopping center in Texas on Saturday, while a gunman was later killed by security bullets, and the authorities stated that a search is underway for a second gunman who was with him.  "We found 7 people at the scene dead. We took nine more people to the hospital two of them have died since then," said Jonathan Boyd, chief of the fire service in Allen, a suburb of Dallas where the shooting took place.  Footage broadcast by local media showed police rushing shoppers out of the mall, with police cars and emergency vehicles parked near the entrances.  Shootings have become commonplace in the United States, with at least 200 such incidents this year, higher than the number recorded in 2016.           Axios: The United States, Saudi Arabia and other countries are discussing a railway project in the Middle East  Axios reported that the United States, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and India intend to discuss a possible infrastructure project linking the Gulf countries and the rest of the Arab countries through a network of railways with India.  The website, quoting two sources familiar with the file, said that national security advisers from the four countries will discuss the project on Sunday at a meeting in Saudi Arabia.  The two sources told Axios that the White House National Security Adviser, Jake Sullivan, who is expected to arrive in Saudi Arabia on Saturday, will meet with his Saudi, Emirati and Indian counterparts on Sunday to discuss the project and other regional issues.  He noted that the idea for the project emerged during talks held over the past 18 months at a forum called the "I2U2 Group", which includes the United States, Israel, the UAE and India, according to the two sources.  The forum was established in late 2021 and aims to discuss strategic infrastructure projects in the Middle East.  The project is one of the main initiatives that the White House wants in the Middle East in light of China's increasing influence in the region, as the Middle East is an essential part of China's vision of the Belt and Road.  During the I2U2 meetings last year, Israel floated the idea aimed at using India's experience in large infrastructure projects, according to an Israeli official involved in the talks, and the administration of US President Joe Biden expanded the idea of ​​the project to include Saudi Arabia.  The initiative includes linking the Arab countries in the Levant and the Gulf through a network of railways, which will also link India through seaports in the Gulf.  The Indian, Emirati and Saudi embassies in Washington did not respond to requests from Axios for comment on the information provided by the two sources.  The American website indicated that Israel is not part of this initiative at the present time, but it may join it in the future if progress is made in efforts to normalize its relations with the countries of the region.         Newspaper: American debt threatens the United States and the global economy  The Economist confirmed that the US public debt reached a record level that puts the United States facing default or a sharp decline in government spending, and these two possibilities threaten the global economy.  According to the newspaper article, "the United States does not seek to correct the current situation." Pointing out that default will undermine confidence in the most important financial system in the world, and severe spending cuts will lead to a deep recession.  According to the writer, there is no political solution to the current problem in the United States, as officials have reached a dead end in their discussions.  The article also indicates that the global market hopes that the US authorities will find a way out, indicating that resorting to raising the public debt ceiling again is highly undesirable, because the basis of the US financial system thus becomes less stable every time.                        "His brain stopped working." Biden's turbulent speech raises concerns among Americans  Twitter users expressed concern for the health of US President Joe Biden, after hearing his unbalanced speech in an interview with MSNBC.  During the interview, journalist Stephanie Rowley asked Biden to comment on the Great White House project to develop infrastructure in the country. The chief began to speak, but his speech was almost incomprehensible.  "Biden's brain stopped working for 30 seconds during an interview with MSNBC," the Republican National Committee wrote on social media, with an excerpt from the interview attached.  And one of the subscribers added in the comments: “The expectations that he will not live until the end of his first term are becoming more likely.”  The user under the pseudonym Second Wind replied: "Obviously something has happened to him. He needs to be checked ASAP!"  And Joe Santangelo asked: "And this is not a live broadcast. The show was pre-recorded and edited. It is unfit for the presidency. I wonder what was in the scenes that were cut?"  A user named Chris LHW continued: "And they want Biden to rule the country for another five years. Why should we put up with this?"                      “Nothing saves our nation.” American anger after Biden’s wife and granddaughter appeared in the colors of the Ukrainian flag  The well-known conservative American lawyer, Gina Ellis, condemned the wife and granddaughter of US President, Jill and Finnegan Biden, for wearing clothes in the colors of the Ukrainian flag during the coronation ceremony of Charles III.  "The First Lady of the United States represented Ukraine instead of her country of origin," Ellis wrote.  "They managed to turn the coronation of the British monarch into a show," Chris Tubbs said in the comments.  They added in response: "This is disrespectful to the United States and the position of her husband."  Another user shared his opinion: "At moments like these, I feel nothing will save our nation."  Another added sarcastically: "They thought they had come to meet Zelensky."

A 17-year-old girl was killed and five people were injured early Saturday at a house party in Chico, California, local police said.

Chico Police Chief Billy Aldridge said cops were initially dispatched to a large party on Columbus Avenue, just blocks from the California State University-Chico campus, after reports that an attendee fired several rounds from a firearm.

He added that the police discovered that a fight had occurred at the party, and the suspect was asked to leave before the police arrived. Aldridge added that two people were taken to hospital after reports of physical assault.

At 3 a.m. local time, police were called to another party on Columbus Avenue, where it was reported that someone was brandishing a gun. Police there found a person who matched the description of the suspect who had fired in the previous incident, and he was arrested for possession and reckless use of a gun.

Less than half an hour later, police were called back to the Columbus Street party where it emerged that six people had been shot, and one of the victims had died.

The police stated that the victim was a 17-year-old girl, and that some of the injured were taken to hospital, noting that the investigation is still at an early stage.

Aldridge described the incident as "isolated" and there was no "continuous threat" to public order.


9 people were killed and 7 injured in a mass shooting in a Texas mall

9 people were killed and 7 others were wounded when a gunman opened fire randomly inside a shopping center in Texas on Saturday, while a gunman was later killed by security bullets, and the authorities stated that a search is underway for a second gunman who was with him.

"We found 7 people at the scene dead. We took nine more people to the hospital two of them have died since then," said Jonathan Boyd, chief of the fire service in Allen, a suburb of Dallas where the shooting took place.

Footage broadcast by local media showed police rushing shoppers out of the mall, with police cars and emergency vehicles parked near the entrances.

Shootings have become commonplace in the United States, with at least 200 such incidents this year, higher than the number recorded in 2016.



Axios: The United States, Saudi Arabia and other countries are discussing a railway project in the Middle East

Axios reported that the United States, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and India intend to discuss a possible infrastructure project linking the Gulf countries and the rest of the Arab countries through a network of railways with India.

The website, quoting two sources familiar with the file, said that national security advisers from the four countries will discuss the project on Sunday at a meeting in Saudi Arabia.

The two sources told Axios that the White House National Security Adviser, Jake Sullivan, who is expected to arrive in Saudi Arabia on Saturday, will meet with his Saudi, Emirati and Indian counterparts on Sunday to discuss the project and other regional issues.

He noted that the idea for the project emerged during talks held over the past 18 months at a forum called the "I2U2 Group", which includes the United States, Israel, the UAE and India, according to the two sources.

The forum was established in late 2021 and aims to discuss strategic infrastructure projects in the Middle East.

The project is one of the main initiatives that the White House wants in the Middle East in light of China's increasing influence in the region, as the Middle East is an essential part of China's vision of the Belt and Road.

During the I2U2 meetings last year, Israel floated the idea aimed at using India's experience in large infrastructure projects, according to an Israeli official involved in the talks, and the administration of US President Joe Biden expanded the idea of ​​the project to include Saudi Arabia.

The initiative includes linking the Arab countries in the Levant and the Gulf through a network of railways, which will also link India through seaports in the Gulf.

The Indian, Emirati and Saudi embassies in Washington did not respond to requests from Axios for comment on the information provided by the two sources.

The American website indicated that Israel is not part of this initiative at the present time, but it may join it in the future if progress is made in efforts to normalize its relations with the countries of the region.




Newspaper: American debt threatens the United States and the global economy

The Economist confirmed that the US public debt reached a record level that puts the United States facing default or a sharp decline in government spending, and these two possibilities threaten the global economy.

According to the newspaper article, "the United States does not seek to correct the current situation." Pointing out that default will undermine confidence in the most important financial system in the world, and severe spending cuts will lead to a deep recession.

According to the writer, there is no political solution to the current problem in the United States, as officials have reached a dead end in their discussions.

The article also indicates that the global market hopes that the US authorities will find a way out, indicating that resorting to raising the public debt ceiling again is highly undesirable, because the basis of the US financial system thus becomes less stable every time.




"His brain stopped working." Biden's turbulent speech raises concerns among Americans

Twitter users expressed concern for the health of US President Joe Biden, after hearing his unbalanced speech in an interview with MSNBC.

During the interview, journalist Stephanie Rowley asked Biden to comment on the Great White House project to develop infrastructure in the country. The chief began to speak, but his speech was almost incomprehensible.

"Biden's brain stopped working for 30 seconds during an interview with MSNBC," the Republican National Committee wrote on social media, with an excerpt from the interview attached.

And one of the subscribers added in the comments: “The expectations that he will not live until the end of his first term are becoming more likely.”

The user under the pseudonym Second Wind replied: "Obviously something has happened to him. He needs to be checked ASAP!"

And Joe Santangelo asked: "And this is not a live broadcast. The show was pre-recorded and edited. It is unfit for the presidency. I wonder what was in the scenes that were cut?"

A user named Chris LHW continued: "And they want Biden to rule the country for another five years. Why should we put up with this?"





One dead and 5 injured in a shooting at a house party in California  A 17-year-old girl was killed and five people were injured early Saturday at a house party in Chico, California, local police said.  Chico Police Chief Billy Aldridge said cops were initially dispatched to a large party on Columbus Avenue, just blocks from the California State University-Chico campus, after reports that an attendee fired several rounds from a firearm.  He added that the police discovered that a fight had occurred at the party, and the suspect was asked to leave before the police arrived. Aldridge added that two people were taken to hospital after reports of physical assault.  At 3 a.m. local time, police were called to another party on Columbus Avenue, where it was reported that someone was brandishing a gun. Police there found a person who matched the description of the suspect who had fired in the previous incident, and he was arrested for possession and reckless use of a gun.  Less than half an hour later, police were called back to the Columbus Street party where it emerged that six people had been shot, and one of the victims had died.  The police stated that the victim was a 17-year-old girl, and that some of the injured were taken to hospital, noting that the investigation is still at an early stage.  Aldridge described the incident as "isolated" and there was no "continuous threat" to public order.         9 people were killed and 7 injured in a mass shooting in a Texas mall 9 people were killed and 7 others were wounded when a gunman opened fire randomly inside a shopping center in Texas on Saturday, while a gunman was later killed by security bullets, and the authorities stated that a search is underway for a second gunman who was with him.  "We found 7 people at the scene dead. We took nine more people to the hospital two of them have died since then," said Jonathan Boyd, chief of the fire service in Allen, a suburb of Dallas where the shooting took place.  Footage broadcast by local media showed police rushing shoppers out of the mall, with police cars and emergency vehicles parked near the entrances.  Shootings have become commonplace in the United States, with at least 200 such incidents this year, higher than the number recorded in 2016.           Axios: The United States, Saudi Arabia and other countries are discussing a railway project in the Middle East  Axios reported that the United States, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and India intend to discuss a possible infrastructure project linking the Gulf countries and the rest of the Arab countries through a network of railways with India.  The website, quoting two sources familiar with the file, said that national security advisers from the four countries will discuss the project on Sunday at a meeting in Saudi Arabia.  The two sources told Axios that the White House National Security Adviser, Jake Sullivan, who is expected to arrive in Saudi Arabia on Saturday, will meet with his Saudi, Emirati and Indian counterparts on Sunday to discuss the project and other regional issues.  He noted that the idea for the project emerged during talks held over the past 18 months at a forum called the "I2U2 Group", which includes the United States, Israel, the UAE and India, according to the two sources.  The forum was established in late 2021 and aims to discuss strategic infrastructure projects in the Middle East.  The project is one of the main initiatives that the White House wants in the Middle East in light of China's increasing influence in the region, as the Middle East is an essential part of China's vision of the Belt and Road.  During the I2U2 meetings last year, Israel floated the idea aimed at using India's experience in large infrastructure projects, according to an Israeli official involved in the talks, and the administration of US President Joe Biden expanded the idea of ​​the project to include Saudi Arabia.  The initiative includes linking the Arab countries in the Levant and the Gulf through a network of railways, which will also link India through seaports in the Gulf.  The Indian, Emirati and Saudi embassies in Washington did not respond to requests from Axios for comment on the information provided by the two sources.  The American website indicated that Israel is not part of this initiative at the present time, but it may join it in the future if progress is made in efforts to normalize its relations with the countries of the region.         Newspaper: American debt threatens the United States and the global economy  The Economist confirmed that the US public debt reached a record level that puts the United States facing default or a sharp decline in government spending, and these two possibilities threaten the global economy.  According to the newspaper article, "the United States does not seek to correct the current situation." Pointing out that default will undermine confidence in the most important financial system in the world, and severe spending cuts will lead to a deep recession.  According to the writer, there is no political solution to the current problem in the United States, as officials have reached a dead end in their discussions.  The article also indicates that the global market hopes that the US authorities will find a way out, indicating that resorting to raising the public debt ceiling again is highly undesirable, because the basis of the US financial system thus becomes less stable every time.                        "His brain stopped working." Biden's turbulent speech raises concerns among Americans  Twitter users expressed concern for the health of US President Joe Biden, after hearing his unbalanced speech in an interview with MSNBC.  During the interview, journalist Stephanie Rowley asked Biden to comment on the Great White House project to develop infrastructure in the country. The chief began to speak, but his speech was almost incomprehensible.  "Biden's brain stopped working for 30 seconds during an interview with MSNBC," the Republican National Committee wrote on social media, with an excerpt from the interview attached.  And one of the subscribers added in the comments: “The expectations that he will not live until the end of his first term are becoming more likely.”  The user under the pseudonym Second Wind replied: "Obviously something has happened to him. He needs to be checked ASAP!"  And Joe Santangelo asked: "And this is not a live broadcast. The show was pre-recorded and edited. It is unfit for the presidency. I wonder what was in the scenes that were cut?"  A user named Chris LHW continued: "And they want Biden to rule the country for another five years. Why should we put up with this?"                      “Nothing saves our nation.” American anger after Biden’s wife and granddaughter appeared in the colors of the Ukrainian flag  The well-known conservative American lawyer, Gina Ellis, condemned the wife and granddaughter of US President, Jill and Finnegan Biden, for wearing clothes in the colors of the Ukrainian flag during the coronation ceremony of Charles III.  "The First Lady of the United States represented Ukraine instead of her country of origin," Ellis wrote.  "They managed to turn the coronation of the British monarch into a show," Chris Tubbs said in the comments.  They added in response: "This is disrespectful to the United States and the position of her husband."  Another user shared his opinion: "At moments like these, I feel nothing will save our nation."  Another added sarcastically: "They thought they had come to meet Zelensky."

“Nothing saves our nation.” American anger after Biden’s wife and granddaughter appeared in the colors of the Ukrainian flag

The well-known conservative American lawyer, Gina Ellis, condemned the wife and granddaughter of US President, Jill and Finnegan Biden, for wearing clothes in the colors of the Ukrainian flag during the coronation ceremony of Charles III.

"The First Lady of the United States represented Ukraine instead of her country of origin," Ellis wrote.

"They managed to turn the coronation of the British monarch into a show," Chris Tubbs said in the comments.

They added in response: "This is disrespectful to the United States and the position of her husband."

Another user shared his opinion: "At moments like these, I feel nothing will save our nation."

Another added sarcastically: "They thought they had come to meet Zelensky."

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