Student, Teacher Victim of School Shooting Convey an Emotional Message to Trump

US President Donald Trump approves the idea of ​​arming teachers in the classroom in an emotional encounter with students and parents of school shooting casualties on Wednesday (21/2).

Trump says putting military marks in all schools "can also overcome that problem ". In the White House state banquet room, Trump also reveals, "We will study it earnestly."

Read also: Trump Agreest the idea of ​​Armaments in School [19659002] Trump then asked the audience: "Do you like this idea?"

Only a few raised a hand. Trump then asked who opposed and multiplied who raised his hand. There were about 40 people present in the room, mostly students, family members and teachers directly impacted by shootings at school.

Later at a CNN meeting and presenting the survivors of the deadly shooting incident at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Senator Marco Rubio told the audience that he did not approve of the idea of ​​arming a teacher.

Read on: Widespread demonstration, Florida learner will hold a protest of weapons control

Rubio also says, tighter weapons would not prevent a later shooting, but it supports the idea of ​​raising the minimum age limit for buying firearms and banning the sale of accessories called bump stock that allows a firearm to fire more bullets faster. [ab/lt]

ISIS Claims Shooting in Russian Church Kills 5 Persons





Moscow
 A man in Dagestan, Russia, shoots new churchgoers from the church. At least five people were killed and five others injured in the shootings claimed by radical groups Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).

Reported by a number of Russian media quoting the local health ministry as reported by Reuters on Monday (19/2/2018), the shooting occurred in the village of Kizlyar, the Dagestan region where many Russian Muslims live on Sunday 18/2) local time.

In its statement, ISIS claimed responsibility for this shooting. The claim was delivered via the ISIS news agency, Amaq. But the ISIS does not provide further evidence to support the claim.

Russian news agencies call this shooting occurred as churchgoers are celebrating Maslenitsa, a Christian religious celebration in Russia that marks the last day before entering a pre- -According to the local Orthodox calendar.

The TASS news agency quoting the Russian Investigation Commission, reported the shooter had been identified as a 22-year-old local man.

According to TASS, the shooter was shot dead by a security officer on duty near the shooting site. A hunting rifle, a number of bullets and a knife were found carried by the perpetrator.

Initial reports say five dead were all female. While the injured, according to Interfax news agency, consists of two personnel of the local security service and two civilians who are both women. No mention of one other wounded.

Dagestan is a small republic in the Caucasus mountain region and borders on Chechnya, where Russia has fought against separatists and local radical groups since the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. Many residents in Chechnya are reported to join ISIS.
 
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Speech on Florida Shooting, Trump Not Discussing the Rules of Firearms




Washington DC
US President Donald Trump strives to be a public entertainer while addressing a brutal shooting at a Florida school that killed 17 people. But Trump is thought to divert a heated debate over gun restrictions to mental illness.

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As reported by AFP and Reuters on Friday (16/2/2018), a day after the debate over gun border restrictions in the US, Trump gave a complete statement responding to the brutal shootings in Florida . Trump promises to make school safer and overcome mental illness.

Trump who has the youngest child who was 11 years old, trying to entertain the US children with a message saying you 'never alone and never'. "You have people who care about you, who love you, and who will do anything to protect you," Trump said in a speech at the Diplomatic Reception Room at the White House on Thursday (15/2) local time.

The shooter, Nikolas Cruz (19), wore the AR-15 semi-automatic assault rifle in action on Wednesday (14/2) local time. It was mentioned by the Florida authorities that the rifle was legally purchased by Cruz from Tactical Supply, Sunrise Tactical Supply, in Coral Springs, Florida.

Every time a brutal shoot takes place, Democrats always emphasize the importance of the rule of law on the restriction or tightening of firearms. But Trump did not discuss it in his speech at all.

Trump promises to make school security a top priority when meeting with the Governors and the state Attorney General later this month. "We also have to work together to create a culture in our country that includes the dignity of life, creating deep and meaningful human relationships," Trump said.

He again encourages children who are afraid or alone to seek the help of adults can be trusted. "We are here for you, whatever you need, whatever we will do to ease your pain," Trump added.

"We are committed to working with local and state leaders to help secure our schools and counteract the difficult issues of mental health," he said. "It's not enough to just take action that makes us feel we're making a difference.We should really make that difference," Trump added.

Trump's stance against the rules to limit firearms makes it difficult to offer solutions in the current situation. Trump became the first US President to host the NRA boss, an influential arms industry group in US politics, at the White House.

The opponents of firearm restrictions, usually diverting the debate into the motives and mental health of the shooters. That's what Trump is doing right now. He focuses on mental health and improves school security, but is silent about the rules of firearms.

In addition to giving a less assertive speech, Trump also expressed a symbolic expression, ordered the raising of a half-mast flag in US government buildings, military installations and embassies US in various countries.

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President of Trump No Talk of Weapons Rules After the Florida High School Shooting

17 people were killed and dozens more injured in mass shootings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Parkland city, Florida state.

"I heard gunshots and then I saw the perpetrator chasing Master Feist and shot him," said one high school student Parkland who witnessed the shooting.

The suspect was Nikolas Cruz, age 19, a former high school student who was expelled for disciplinary offenses. He is now in detention and charged with 17 murders.

Scott Israel, Sherriff Broward County explains, "He is in custody and we start combing what he put on his social media, a lot of worrying things."

Shooting bulk is too frequent in this country. In 2018 alone, 18 shootings have occurred in schools. "We are committed to working with state leaders to secure our schools and overcome these complex mental health problems." By the end of this month, I will meet with the governors and attorneys and making our school and our children safe as our top priority, "Trump said.

The President of Trump has no reference to the rules of weapons possession.

Read also: Latest Shootings Trigger Debate Armed Weapon Control

The authorities continue to investigate the motives of suspected perpetrator Nikolas Cruz. leader of the "Republic of Florida" a white supremacist group claimed Nikolas Cruz was a member of this group and had participated in paramilitary exercises.

Nikolas Cruz also posted a comment on YouTube that he wanted to become a professional school shooter to the federal FBI investigator.

Also read: The Florida Shooter Arrested Order Arrested Unsecured

"The FBI reviews the database but we can not identify the person making the post," said Robert Lasky, an FBI agent.

The authorities continued to identify the dead victims which so far included two teachers. One of them died of using his body as a shield to protect the students.

17 Killed in Shooting Incident at Florida High School

Police in the district of Broward, Florida, Wednesday afternoon (14/2) confirmed that the death toll in a shooting incident at a high school in Parkland, Florida, hours earlier reached 17.

"Most the dead were found inside the school building, "Scott Israel, the Broward district Sheriff, told reporters. A number of other students were injured and still in intensive care at the hospital, although no further details have been made about this.

The police also confirmed the identity of the perpetrator as Nicolas de Jesus Cruz, age 19, the former student of the school.

"The perpetrator has been arrested and is now in custody. Based on the information we have so far received, Cruz is known to be expelled from school for disciplinary reasons, "said Scott Israel. He added that Cruz had at least one rifle and several magazines.

TIME reported Wednesday's incident at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida this is the 18th shooting incident across America in 2018. Citing the NGO "Everytown for Gun Safety", TIME said that for the last two months, school shootings took place in 13 states.

President Donald Trump delivered "prayers and condolences" to victims and their families via Twitter. "No student, teacher or anyone should feel insecure in American schools," cuitnya

But Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut state blamed Congress for what he called a "scourge" of school shootings. "What happens here is not a coincidence, or because of bad luck, but because of the consequences of what is not done. We are responsible for the mass atrocities committed in this country, which are incomparable anywhere, "said Murphy.

Connecticut is a state where shooting incidents at Sandy Hook primary school in 2012, killing 20 students and six teachers. [em]