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Paris attacks trial: accused given last chance to speak before sentencing | Paris attacks

The sole surviving member of a cell alleged to have carried out the November 2015 terrorist bombings and shootings across Paris insisted he was not a killer, as the nine-month trial drew to a close. “I’ve made mistakes, but I’m not an assassin. I’m not a killer. If you convict me for murder you will be committing an injustice,” Salah Abdeslam told the special court in Paris on Monday. “My first words are for the victims. I have already said sorry. Some of you will say I am insincere, that this is a strategy … as if apologies could be insincere given so much suffering,” Abdeslam, 32, added. The 14 men in the dock accused of involvement in the jihadi attacks were given a last chance to speak before sentencing on Monday. Salah Abdeslam. Photograph: Police Nationale/AFP/Getty Images Mohamed Bakkali, accused of offering assistance to the attackers, told the court: “I strongly condemn these attacks. I am sincerely presenting my apologies to the victims. I didn’t do it before because

Tampa Bay Lightning denied three-peat by Colorado Avalanche but adamant 'it's not the end of our run'

TAMPA, Fla. — The Tampa Bay Lightning fell short of the first Stanley Cup three-peat since 1983 — but they don’t believe their dynasty has crumbled. “Who said we’re done?” Lightning captain Steven Stamkos said after his team’s 2-1 loss to the Colorado Avalanche in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final on Sunday night. “This core is here. We’ve battled. We’ve been through everything you can think of and, for the most part, we’ve found a way to come out on top.” The Avalanche captured their first Stanley Cup since 2001 with the victory. They were favored to win the Cup as the playoffs began as well as to win this series. “It’s not like we lost to some powder puff,” Tampa Bay coach Jon Cooper said. “That’s a baller team over there. We never had home ice. We played all these star-studded teams. They found a way. We just ran into one more brick wall, and we just couldn’t get through this one.” 2 Related Cooper agreed with Stamkos that the Lightning’s run didn’t end with the Avalanche. In

Staten Island supermarket employee arrested for attacking Rudy Giuliani inside store

STATEN ISLAND (WABC) — A ShopRite employee is under arrest for attacking former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani on Staten Island on Sunday. Police say Daniel Gill, 39, slapped Giuliani on the back while he was handing out flyers at the store on 3010 Veterans Road on Staten Island. Giuliani, 78, was not injured and refused medical treatment. Gill is facing a second degree assault charge for hitting a senior citizen. Giuliani was at the ShopRite handing out flyers and taking pictures with people supoorting his son, Andrew Giuliani’s run for governor. His son was not at the store and was campaigning elsewhere. Andrew Giuliani released a statement saying, “Innocent people are attacked in today’s New York all of the time. This particular incident hit very close to home. The assault on my father, America’s Mayor, was over politics. We will not be intimidated by left wing attacks. As governor I will stand up for law and order so that New Yorkers feel safe again. This message has resonates

Avalanche vs. Lightning score Stanley Cup Final Game 6: Colorado wins 2-1 for team's third championship

The Colorado Avalanche are Stanley Cup champions. The Avalanche went into a fired up Amalie Arena in Tampa, Fla., for Game 6 and left with a 2-1 win — and a very large piece of hardware. Colorado ended Tampa Bay’s run of back-to-back Stanley Cups and captured its third championship in franchise history. The Lightning jumped out to an early 1-0 lead, thanks to a goal from captain Steven Stamkos. However, the Avalanche took over the game from there. Colorado dominated the second period and was rewarded with goals from Nathan MacKinnon and Artturi Lehkonen. The Avs took a 2-1 lead into the locker room and shut down the Lightning from there. Colorado completely smothered Tampa Bay in the third period. The Lightning didn’t get a shot on Darcy Kuemper until there were roughly 10 minutes remaining in regulation. Not content to sit back and wait for the clock to tick down, the Avs remained aggressive in the final 20 minutes, and that made life incredibly difficult for the Lightning. Even

Ben Affleck's 10-year-old Samuel has minor Lamborghini mishap

Not the summer blockbuster he was hoping for. Ben Affleck’s young son got behind the wheel of a yellow Lamborghini on Sunday and smacked the pricey sports car into another vehicle when he accidentally drove in reverse. Affleck and his fiancée Jennifer Lopez were at a luxury car rental dealership in Los Angeles when 10-year-old Samuel Garner Affleck got into a fender bender. Affleck let his son — who he shares with ex-wife Jennifer Garner — jump into the driver’s seat of the flashy car. The car went into reverse and made contact with a white BMW. Samuel Affleck then got out of the car and checked on the two cars, according to the footage. Ben Affleck’s son Samuel Garber Affleck crashes a Lamborghini. X17 Little Affleck received permission to jump into the driver’s seat. X17 There were no damages to the yellow Lamborghini or cars nearby. X17 A representative for Affleck told TMZ that there was no damage. An employee from the dealership, 777 Exotics, told the gossip site t

Dow Jones Futures Loom After Market Rally Gains Steam; 9 Stocks To Watch

Dow Jones futures will open Sunday evening, along with S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq futures. The stock market rally attempt gained momentum, with the major averages running up sharply Friday and for the week. X UnitedHealth (UNH), Shockwave Medical (SWAV), Ulta Beauty (ULTA), Enphase Energy (ENPH), Sociedad Quimica y Minera (SQM), Quanta Services (PWR), Northrop Grumman (NOC) are stocks to watch. All have relative strength lines at or near highs. Shockwave stock broke out on Friday, with Ulta and PWR stock arguably offering early entries. UnitedHealth, Northrop, SQM and ENPH stock aren’t far from buy points. Also keep an eye on Google parent Alphabet (GOOGL) and EV giant Tesla (TSLA). Google stock and Tesla are nowhere close to old highs, but these megacaps are rallying above key levels after holding above their May lows this month. NOC stock is on IBD Leaderboard, with PWR stock on the Leaderboard watchlist. GOOGL stock is on IBD Long-Term Leaders. UnitedHealt

Amber Heard appeal – latest: No settlement as actor hints at Johnny Depp ruling challenge

Savannah Guthrie grills Amber Heard over audio ‘taunting’ Johnny Depp Judge Penney Azcarate on Friday (24 June) filed a judgement order reflecting the verdict previously reached in the Johnny Depp v Amber Heard trial. On 1 June, a Virginia jury ruled Ms Heard defamed former husband Mr Depp, bringing to an end a widely watched six-week trial. It also ruled in favour of Ms Heard in some aspects of her countersuit against Mr Depp. The jury awarded Mr Depp $15m in damages after finding that he proved all three claims against Ms Heard. The amount was reduced to $10.35m because of limits set by state law. The actors weren’t required to be present in the courtroom for the hearing, which begin at 11am ET on Friday and wrapped up in about an hour. Key points Show latest update 1656122402 Amber Heard suggests she will appeal Johnny Depp ruling, no settlement in court Amber Heard has suggested she intends to file an appeal in the wake of Johnny Depp’s victory in the defamat

Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Colorado Avalanche Game 3 NHL Blocky's stream - NHL

Tampa Bay Lightning vs. Colorado Avalanche Game 3 NHL Blocky’s stream   NHL Tampa Bay Lightning star forward Brayden Point out of lineup for Game 3 of Stanley Cup Final   ESPN Stanley Cup Final 2022: Avalanche’s Game 1 hero Andre Burakovsky’s status in question   Fox News Nuts & Bolts: Work to do as the series shifts to Tampa (Opinion) Other Voices: Cup chase emboldens, unites Colorado community   Greeley Tribune View Full Coverage on Google News

New York's new law on body armor would not apply to Buffalo shooter's vest

NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles! New York’s new law prohibiting the sale of bullet-resistant vests to most civilians does not apply to the body armor worn by the man who fatally shot 10 people at a supermarket in Buffalo last month. Payton Gendron wore a steel-plated vest during the killings on May 14. The armor protected him from a store security guard who fired a handgun round in an effort to stop the attack. A crowd gathers as police investigate after a shooting at a supermarket on Saturday, May 14, 2022, in Buffalo, N.Y. (AP Photo/Joshua Bessex) A law hastily enacted by state lawmakers following the shooting bans sales of “bullet-resistant soft body armor.” Soft vests are light, can be concealed underneath clothing and are protective against pistols.  BUFFALO MASS SHOOTING: TIMELINE FOR GROCERY STORE ATTACK THAT POLICE SAY WAS RACIALLY MOTIVATED Vests carrying steel, ceramic or polyethylene plates are not outlined in the new law. This typ

Swiss National Bank hikes rates by half a point, franc surges

The Swiss National Bank raised its policy interest rate for the first time in 15 years on Thursday, joining other central banks in tightening monetary policy to fight resurgent inflation and sending the safe-haven franc sharply higher. The central bank increased its policy rate to -0.25% from the -0.75% level it has deployed since 2015. The hike was the first increase by the SNB since September 2007. The move followed a 0.75% rate hike by the U.S. Federal Reserve on Wednesday while the European Central Bank signaled last week it would raise its rates in July to check surging inflation in the eurozone which hit 8.1% last month. “The tighter monetary policy is aimed at preventing inflation from spreading more broadly to goods and services in Switzerland. It cannot be ruled out that further increases in the SNB policy rate will be necessary in the foreseeable future to stabilize inflation in the range consistent with price stability over the medium term,” it said in a statement. “T