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The suspect in the killings of 4 Muslim men in New Mexico left a trail of violence

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — In the six years since he resettled in the United States from Afghanistan, the primary suspect in the slayings of four Muslim men in Albuquerque has been arrested several times for domestic violence and captured on camera slashing the tires of a woman's car, according to police and court records. The lengthy pattern... go to Article >

Puerto Rican rapper Residente is challenging the definition of 'America'

17 Days ago News Source: Npr.org

LEON, Mexico — I'm at a concert in Leon, the largest city in the Mexican state of Guanajuato — a region with a rich, but tragic history. The land surrounding this concert was once the epicenter of global silver production in the 18th century, when... read more

The killings of 4 Muslim men in Albuquerque may be linked, police say

48 Days ago News Source: Npr.org

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Police say the killing of a Muslim man on Friday night in Albuquerque may be linked to the ambush shooting deaths of three Muslim men over the past nine months in New Mexico's biggest city. Police said Saturday that the victim... read more

Suspect denies involvement in the killings of four Muslim men in Albuquerque

45 Days ago News Source: Npr.org

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — When pulled over by New Mexico police, the suspect in the killings of four Muslim men in Albuquerque denied any connection to the crimes that shook the city and its small Muslim community — and told authorities he was so... read more

The suspected Highland Park parade shooter had posted violent imagery online

81 Days ago News Source: Npr.org

What began as a beloved July 4th tradition ended in tragedy after a gunman opened fire on a holiday parade in the Chicago suburb of Highland Park, Ill., on Monday morning, killing six people and injuring dozens more. Robert E. Crimo III is the... read more

Albuquerque police detain a suspect in the killings of four Muslim men

46 Days ago News Source: Npr.org

Updated August 9, 2022 at 3:31 PM ET Police announced Tuesday that they have detained a "primary suspect" in the killings of four Muslim men in Albuquerque, New Mexico, whose deaths sparked fear in Muslim communities nationwide. Police Chief... read more

Remembering the Oak Creek killings, a harbinger of white supremacist violence

50 Days ago News Source: Npr.org

But for a notebook, it could have turned out very differently. They were supposed to be at the Gurdwara, a Sikh house of worship, but Pardeep Singh Kaleka's daughter had made them turn back around. "It was only because my daughter had forgot a... read more

Fear turns to shock among Albuquerque Muslims as police say the shooter is a Muslim

45 Days ago News Source: Npr.org

The killings of four Muslim men in Albuquerque had already shaken the city's small Muslim community, prompting businesses to close and residents to temporarily move away amid fears of a deadly spate of Islamophobic hate crimes. Then came... read more

Afghan refugee faces murder charge in third Muslim killing

32 Days ago News Source: Npr.org

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — An Afghan refugee charged in the slayings of two Muslim men is facing new charges in connection with the shooting death of another man in the parking lot of a refugee resettlement agency earlier this month. A grand jury... read more

Shinzo Abe, killed at 67, leaves a storied legacy as Japan's longest-serving premier

78 Days ago News Source: Npr.org

SEOUL — Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was assassinated Friday, stunning a nation where gun violence and political attacks are rare. Japan's influential and longest-serving prime minister worked to revitalize the nation's economy — with... read more

A raid in a Rio favela left 18 dead, sparking renewed police violence complaints

64 Days ago News Source: Npr.org

RIO DE JANEIRO — A raid of Rio de Janeiro's largest complex of favelas that left at least 18 people dead has sparked renewed complaints of excessive police violence and ignited debate over how to handle crime ahead of state and presidential... read more