SUN SUNI KHABAR APRIL 1ST, 2016
CHICAGO SHOOTINGS CONTINUE TO RACK UP
Chicago has, unfortunately, become America’s face for shootings. An analysis done by the city’s newspaper, The Chicago Tribune, has shown that there have been 135 shooting related deaths thus far in 2016, a 71% increase from the number of deaths at this time in 2015. Statisticians report that if the deaths continue to pile up like this, Chicago will have seen 550 homicides by the end of 2016. Since 2011, the Windy City has consistently had over 400 homicides per year, a grim statistic, to say the least.
SUV INFILTRATES NAVY BASE, TAKES OUT FIGHTER JET
A high speed chase involving a Jeep Grand Cherokee and the California Highway Patrol resulted in the destruction of a $60 million Navy fighter jet. The SUV got seven miles inside Naval Station Lenmoore before crashing into the tail of a F/A-18 Super Hornet. A statement from officials revealed that there was a man and a woman inside the vehicle, both of whom died during the crash. Air station commander Captain Monty Ashliman added that neither of the occupants had ties to the military and foul play was not suspected.
TRUMP URGES PUNISHMENT FOR WOMEN WHO WANT ABORTIONS
Saja al-Dulaimi was married to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, leader of terror group Daesh, and most wanted man in the world. Dulaimi was being held in a Lebanese prison until her release last year. She gave her first interview to Swedish news channel, Expressen TV. While her claims could not be verified, Dulaimi continued to deny her support of terrorism, as well as express fear for the daughter she bore to al-Baghdadi. She asserted that when she married Baghdadi, he was not a terrorist, but rather a university lecturer and a family man.
CLIMATE CHANGE, RISING SEA LEVELS
Outspoken, dogmatic, and sometimes offensive, Donald Trump has ridden the waves of American anger to the forefront of the Republican presidential race, and looks to be in contention for the White House. He has won nearly every state, save for a few, and is on track to receive the delegate majority needed to secure the nomination. Throughout the campaign trail, he has brushed aside questions discussing his temperament, instead lashing out reporters who “got his story wrong time and again”. However, with President Trump so close to becoming a reality, many are asking: who is Donald Trump?