Google+ Twitter Facebook Facebook Previous articleVehicle crashes into Zolman Tire in MishawakaNext articleBiden endorsement from Oliver Davis Jr. Associated PressNews from the Associated Press and its network of reporters and publications. Pinterest Kendallville police officer shoots suspect during struggle By Associated Press – November 23, 2019 0 344 Google+ (“Police car lights” by Scott Davidson, Attribution 2.0 Generic) KENDALLVILLE, Ind. (AP) — Authorities say a northeastern Indiana police officer struggling with a domestic violence suspect shot and wounded the man after he pulled a handgun from his waistband.Indiana State Police say the shooting occurred about 8 a.m. Friday at a home in Kendallville.Police say the Kendallville officer arriving first at the home contacted the man and a struggle ensued outside. When the man produced the handgun, the officer fired his service weapon.Police say the suspect was taken to a Fort Wayne hospital for treatment. The extent of his injuries wasn’t clear. The officer wasn’t hurt.State police are investigating the shooting. Pinterest Twitter WhatsApp WhatsApp IndianaNews
Younger, also known by the codename “C,” said that MI6 will continue to work with partner agencies in Europe to strengthen “indispensable security ties” after Brexit.”C” stressed the need for “fourth-generation espionage” that utilizes tech innovations such as artificial intelligence to respond to emerging hybrid threats, telling students that Britain’s adversaries are taking advantage of the blurred lines between the cyber and physical worlds, but that the U.K. is well-equipped to counter these threats.The rare address, Younger’s second public speech in the four years since he was appointed, is a pitch to recruit a new generation of spies. Also On POLITICO Opinion Europe’s Russia sanctions are not working By Nona Mikhelidze and Nathalie Tocci Trump claims ‘heroes’ will emerge from Mueller’s Russia probe By Caitlin Oprysko The head of the U.K.’s spy agency challenged Russia on its “malign behavior” and its stance of “perpetual confrontation” in a speech Monday.“Our intention is for the Russian state to conclude that, whatever the benefits it thinks it is accruing from this activity, they are not worth the risk,” M16 chief Alex Younger said to students at St Andrew’s University, according to Reuters.“I should emphasize that even as the Russian state seeks to destabilize us, we do not seek to destabilize Russia. We do not seek escalation,” Younger said.