Ten people, including two children, were killed when a man went on a shooting rampage through the quiet streets of the western Montenegro city of Cetinje. The gunman used a hunting rifle to first shoot the two children, aged eight and 11, and their mother, who lived as tenants in his house. Montenegrin police chief Zoran Brdjanin said the attacker was a 34-year-old man identified only by his initials, VB.
Attorney General Merrick Garland made a public statement on Thursday afternoon, August 11, confirming he “personally” signed off on the FBI’s warrant to search former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate on August 8.The Department of Justice (DOJ) “does not take such a decision lightly,” Garland said in his remarks on Thursday afternoon. He announced a DOJ motion filed in the Southern District of Florida to unseal the search warrant and file inventory of what was taken from the Palm Beach club.Garland condemned the “unfounded attacks on the professionalism” of “dedicated” DOJ workers. “I will not stand by silently when their integrity is unfairly attacked,” he said.US media reports, citing sources close to the investigation, said the FBI search appeared to be focused on classified documents that Trump had brought with him to Mar-a-Lago when he left the White House. Credit: The Justice Department via Storyful
In a remote working world, emails have become the norm. However, some common email sign-offs and greetings can come across as passive aggressive. Euronews spoke to an expert and looked into some of the phrases that can cause upset and discovered some neutral alternatives.
Police in England have warned residents not to leave dogs in hot cars after an officer had to smash a car window to get to a shih tzu in distress in Nottingham on Monday, August 8.Body camera footage shows police coming to the dog’s aid on the 81-degree day, and rushing the animal to the vet.“The small black shih tzu was barking and panting inside a locked car,” Nottinghamshire Police said in a statement. "The windows were left slightly open but it was not enough to prevent the dog collapsing.“Thankfully, police arrived just in time to save his life,” the department said. “They smashed the car’s window, gave him water and rushed him to a local vet in the back of a police car.”The dog’s body temperature reached 102.4 degrees Fahrenheit (39.1 Celsius) but the canine was “making a good recovery,” police said.A heat-health alert due to high temperatures was extended for another week on Friday. Credit: Nottinghamshire Police via Storyful