Siraj Wahhaj, 39, was arrested at the compound in Amalia on Friday with his brother-in-law, wife and two sistersThe Muslim extremist father arrested at a New Mexico compound with 11 starving children had been training them to carry out school shootings, new legal documents claim. Siraj Wahhaj, 39, was arrested at the compound in Amalia on Friday with his brother-in-law, wife and two sisters. Scroll down for videoPhotographs taken on the compound on Tuesday show what looks like a make-shift target practice rangeThe compound is in the desert in New Mexico. He has told how the Wahhaj family arrived in the desert in December with enough money to buy groceries and construction tools to build their home. Also arrested at the compound on Friday were the man's sisters, Hujrah and Subhanah Wahhaj, and his wife, Jany Leveille.
August 08, 2018 19:09 UTC
Air indoors - whether in an airplane, car or building - always has higher levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) than the outdoors, where the air is about 400 parts per million (ppm) CO2. CO2 levels had the most dramatic effects on people's abilities to respond to crises, strategize and make decisions. Good ventilation is the key, however, to keeping CO2 levels low in the cockpit, Dr Allen says. Typically, the levels hover around 1,500 ppm in the cabin, though cockpit levels haven't been consistently tracked. 'We need to be making sure we're monitoring the quality of the air pilots are breathing,' he says.
August 08, 2018 18:10 UTC
Blocking sunlight to cool the Earth will not save humanity's farmland from climate change, according to a new study that dismisses a leading global warming prevention theory. This could artificially cool Earth and alleviate the greenhouse warming caused by increased levels of carbon dioxide. 'For agriculture, the unintended impacts of solar geoengineering are equal in magnitude to the benefits,' he said. Ocean alkalinisation: This involves heaping lime into the ocean to chemically increase the absorption of carbon dioxide. Despite the study's conclusions, Dr Proctor said, 'I don't think we should necessarily write off solar geoengineering.
August 08, 2018 17:02 UTC
A gay man is claiming he was discriminated against after he was kicked out of a Las Vegas pool party for wearing what management said was 'inappropriate swimwear'. Chris Donohoe was partying in the popular Encore Beach Club at Wynn Las Vegas on Saturday when he was approached by security. 'I was kicked out for being a gay man wearing a bathing suit that was just a little too gay for the Encore Beach Club to tolerate,' he wrote on Facebook. Donohoe also filmed his confrontation with the general manager, who told Donohoe that his swimwear attire was not 'in integrity' with the pool party's brand. Donohoe has claimed the pool party was discriminating against him because he is gay.
August 08, 2018 16:44 UTC
This is the campsite known as the 'Great Ghetto', home to hundreds of African migrant labourers outside the city of Foggia, southern Italy. The 'Great Ghetto' is made up of barely roadworthy caravans and corrugated iron shacks and is where the 16 labourers killed in two separate traffic incidents this week lived. Two days earlier, four migrants died in a near identical accident. Both crashes happened close to the city of Foggia, near the Adriatic coast. Today, more than 200 migrants marched on Foggia from the Great Ghetto, some six miles away, to protest their deaths and their working conditions.
August 08, 2018 16:04 UTC
Dr Jeffrey Lewis, an arms control expert from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies, has imagined what nuclear war with North Korea could look like. 'Nuclear war is an unimaginable horror so we discount the possibility of it happening, even though it actually happened to people who are alive now. 'Everyone thinks that view is crazy but that's literally why countries acquire nuclear weapons. Ultimately, the goal should be to eliminate the threat of nuclear war entirely, he says. 'When I talk to people it seems like such a big task: how do you eliminate nuclear weapons, it's a big ask,' he says.
August 08, 2018 16:01 UTC
Kylie Jenner was spotted out with a pal on Tuesday as she picked up a coffee in Los Angeles. Kylie showed off her trim tummy in a black cropped T-shirt and some tracksuit bottoms. All black everything: Kylie Jenner is pictured out in West Hollywood on Tuesday grabbing a coffee with a palThe E! The outing came as it was revealed that Kylie and beau Travis Scott's bond has been 'strengthened' since they became parents. Although they are Kylie and Travis, they have a very normal life when it comes to parenting.
August 08, 2018 15:37 UTC
A total of 18 Homebase stores have been shut over the last 12 months- with the most recent closure occurring in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, this week. Wesfarmers is known for its Bunnings chain in Australia, and attempted to import the home improvement brand to the UK by converting a host of Homebase stores into the Bunnings format. The 24 stores who were converted into the Bunnings brand, will convert back to the Homebase fascia. Retail experts had previously criticised Wesfarmers for failing to judge the UK market correctly after buying Homebase from Home Retail Group two years ago. Prior to the Hilco takeover, Homebase had 250 stores at its peak and 12,000 staff.
August 08, 2018 15:21 UTC
The Irish airline had already cancelled 146 flights for Friday as a result of stoppages planned in Ireland, Sweden and Belgium. Meanwhile the Dutch pilots' union VNV is also considering calling a strike on Friday, but has not yet decided, a spokesman said. The walkout by pilots based in Germany will start at 0101 GMT on Friday, the Vereinigung Cockpit (VC) union said in a statement. 'Pilots are not nomads who put up tents wherever Ryanair wants to operate,' union negotiator Ingolf Schumacher said. Ryanair operates more than 2,000 flights a day, serving 223 airports across 37 countries in Europe and North Africa.
August 08, 2018 15:19 UTC
Millions of people diagnosed with three common eye conditions may face a higher risk of Alzheimer's, researchers fear. Scientists now accept eye problems could be an early warning sign of Alzheimer's, the most common form of dementia. They wanted to discover if solid proof exists to link several conditions, including cataracts, to a higher risk of the neurological disorder. Eye doctors today called for further scientific trials that are bigger to understand the links between eye health and dementia further. The latest findings were published today in Alzheimer's & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer's Association.
August 08, 2018 15:15 UTC
The Nashville woman who helped end a 34-hour manhunt for Waffle House shooter Travis Reinking will not receive a monetary reward from Crime Stoppers because she called 911. Lydia French said she was not eligible for a Crime Stoppers reward because she called 911 to report a sighting of Waffle House shooter Travis ReinkingFrench's tip to police led to Reinking's arrest. Liz Parrott, chair of Nashville Crime Stoppers' civilian board of directors, told the Tennessean she feels for French but has to follow the organization's guidelines. French said she wasn't concerned about the money, but felt Nashville Crime Stoppers misled her and they need to make their rules clearer. I hate it and I do feel for her,' Parrott said, telling the outlet that Crime Stoppers is not a part of the police department.
August 08, 2018 15:12 UTC
A newly-discovered WhatsApp bug allows hackers to infiltrate and message your group chats and private conversations. Scroll down for videoA new WhatsApp bug allows hackers to infiltrate your group chats and private messages. HOW COULD HACKERS USE THE NEW WHATSAPP FLAW? A team of Israeli researchers has uncovered a vulnerability in WhatsApp that lets hackers infiltrate group chats and private messages. CheckPoint found hackers can insert themselves into the code between the two to retrieve and send fake messages from within the service.
August 08, 2018 15:01 UTC
A space rock formed 4.5 billion years ago during the birth of the Solar System could help us understand the origins of life on Earth. The analysis of the ancient grapefruit-sized space rock, known as Orgueil, revealed the elemental building blocks for life. Scroll down for videoA space rock that was created 4.5 billion years ago during the birth of the Solar System could help us understand the origins of life. An asteroid is a large chunk of rock left over from collisions or the early solar system. 'Earth is a dynamic planet – processes such as plate tectonics and erosion have erased most of the early Earth records,' Dr Tartèse says.
August 08, 2018 14:10 UTC
Collins faces insider trading charges along with his son, Cameron Collins, and Stephen Zarsky, the father of Cameron Collins' fiancée. The lawmaker is charged with passing insider information to his son so Cameron Collins 'could make timely trades in Innate stock and tip others,' according to the indictment. The case is related to Australian biotech company Innate Immunotherapeutics, where Collins holds almost 17 percent in stock. Rep. Collins also issued statements to the press during that time to cover up the stock sales, the indictment charges. Charges were settled with Lauren Zarsky, Cameron Collins' girlfriend, and her mother, Dorothy Zarsky, for 'trading on the basis of material, nonpublic information,' the SEC said in a statement.
August 08, 2018 13:48 UTC
Researchers analysed thousands of comments posted in response to an anonymous question shared on Reddit in a bid to understand why singlehood is so widespread. Thousands of Reddit users replied to the post, allowing scientists to pour over the responses to find the most common explanations. Scientists filtered the results to only include posts from people who were not willingly single and wanted to be in a relationship. They analysed more than 6,700 comments and revealed the 43 most common reasons people listed for being unable to find a partner. Dr Apostolou says there are evolutionary reasons why some modern men are unable to successfully approach women.
August 08, 2018 13:43 UTC