"When the strike happened, I was sleeping, me and my brother and one of my relatives, we were sleeping. And we tried to look through the window to see what happened. But we couldn't see anything because of the smoke. And when we came down, we saw everything was damaged," said Mohammed al Astal, a relative.NEW Zealand captain Richie McCaw insists history means he will not be underestimating the northern hemisphere challenge at the World Cup. McCaw, who was part of the All Blacks team shocked by France in their 2007 World Cup quarter final, said: "England certainly showed they know how to win games. If you look at the personnel the French have and even the Welsh, they can all be threats."
Officers were keeping a watchful eye on the party, when a suspicious car drove by. They followed the car to investigate. The car came to a sudden stop and the passenger jumped out and ran. As he was running, the suspect started firing shots at officers who also returned fire.
"For this, it is necessary to free your hearts from resentment, jealousy and envy, and to free your memory so as not to feel burdened by memories that blind and cause suffering."Legion officials have said they hoped the meeting would result in a return to autonomous government, without any more special Vatican oversight.
PHENIX CITY, AL (WTVM) The 14th season of American Idol is premiering Wednesday and Thursday, and a Phenix City man kicks off their Nashville auditions with his amazing voice and heartwarming personal journey.The talented country singer, Garrett Miles, wowed the judges, but could not see their reactions because he's blind.A well known Mid City bar is facing more than $10,000 in fines and could lose its liquor license. State alcohol and tobacco control agents raided the bar and grill on Government Street known as "Phil Brady for allegedly conducting one of those popular Texas Hold tournaments.Though Phil Brady was not breaking the law, operators of the bar are in trouble for allegedly violating a relatively new executive order which prohibits bars from advertising or helping conduct poker games.