In a country where there are more guns than people, a new record was set today.

Firing from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel, the as-yet unidentified shooter has been killed by police.

Law enforcement official tells news conference that “20 plus are dead and 100 plus are injured” with many of the injured in critical condition.

 

FLASH: 20 dead and 100 wounded in mass shooting at Las Vegas music concert

 

 

We journey through Vladimir Putin’s Russia to measure the aftershocks of the political explosion that rocked the world a century ago

It seems a bit far-fetched but an article in the New York Times raises the possibility that Ukraine’s Yuzmash missile plant may have been an important building block in North Korea’s program to build ICBMs that could threaten the United States.

The island nation of Dominica was ravaged by Hurricane Maria. Shortly afterward, Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit appeared before the U.N. urging action on climate change.

 

Photograph by Cedrick Isham Calvados / AFP / Getty

 

Human Rights Envoy Disturbed by Alleged Abuses of Gay Men in Chechnya

UBO: The death of a Russian lieutenant general – working close enough to the front lines to be killed by ISIS mortar shelling -  suggests that the Russian “advisors” may now be taking a much broader command and control function and the possibility that the number of Russian troops actually involved in Syrian combat may be greater than officially acknowledged.

President Petro Poroshenko is in Canada at the invitation of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for the kickoff of the Invictus Games, an international sporting event for wounded, injured and sick military servicemen and women

 

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