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Prodané .cz domény 2. – 8. prosince

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Už jsem myslel že do konce neuvidíme prodej nad deset tisíc a hned první prosincový týden se jeden na dAukce povedl. Doména geox.cz se vydražila za 11K CZK. Je tak 9. nejdražším prodejem na dAukce za rok 2019. Jednalo se o odchyt a už byla převedena na nového majitele. Geox je italský výrobce bot, který ... Číst dál Prodané .cz domény 2. – 8. prosince The post Prodané .cz domény 2. – 8. prosince appeared first on 404M.COM . Číst dále >>>

Booker slams Democratic debate rules as he ends Iowa tour

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Booker slams Democratic debate rules as he ends Iowa tour Fighting to be in the next Democratic presidential debate, Cory Booker concluded a nearly 800-mile, 12-county tour of Iowa on Sunday by criticizing the Democratic party for allowing “elites" and “money" to control who gets on stage and urging voters to offer his name when pollsters call. “Iowa never lets elites decide," he told a crowd at his campaign office in Cedar Rapids on Sunday. Just six candidates are qualified for the Dec. 19 debate, and Booker is not one of them. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Did Navy Base Shooter Mohammed Alshamrani Have Murder on His Mind in April?

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Did Navy Base Shooter Mohammed Alshamrani Have Murder on His Mind in April? The Saudi airman who killed three and wounded eight at Naval Air Station Pensacola began the 15-week process of buying the murder weapon back in April, officials told The Daily Beast.“He’d been thinking about this for a long time it looks like,” one senior law enforcement official said.The FBI said at a press conference Sunday that it is treating Friday’s attack by Mohammed Alshamrani, a second lieutenant in the Royal Saudi Air Force, as an act of terrorism but have not determined if he was motivated by an “ideology” or if he had help.They have pieced together a timeline of his movements before he killed three American military members and wounded eight others—from the gun purchase, to a visit to the 9/11 Memorial and Museum in New York City last month, to a dinner party where he showed other Saudis video of mass shootings, the officials said.FBI Treating Pensacola Navy Shooting as TerrorismAs of Sunday afternoon, the senior law enforcement official and investigators had no indication that the other Saudi trainees were involved in the shooting. They are said to have told investigators they noticed nothing unusual about Alshamrani during the New York trip from Nov. 28 to Dec 1.Alshamrani had been back in Florida for three days when he hosted the Dec. 4 dinner party for his fellow Saudis, and showed them the macabre videos.Several Saudis were seen taking cellphone videos near the shooting scene, but the sources said they seem to have been gawkers who had begun filming just as anyone might on seeing the arrival of numerous emergency vehicles.“Nothing before the fact, nothing during,” the official said of the footage found in the trainees’ phones.Three young U.S. service members were killed in Alshamrani’s ambush before deputies fatally shot the gunman. Officials have said he used a legally purchased handgun, but sources have provided new details about how he got the gun.In mid-April, Alshamrani obtained a Florida hunting license he would use to take advantage of a loophole in federal law, that allows foreign nationals with a valid visa to acquire firearms if  “in possession of a hunting license or permit lawfully issued in the United States.”He selected a 9mm Glock 45 semiautomatic pistol with an extended magazine at a gun shop in the Pensacola area.“What are you going to hunt with a Glock 45 with an extended magazine?” one investigator wondered. “People.”Pensacola Air Base Shooter Screened Mass Shooting Videos at Dinner Party Before Attack: OfficialThe gun shop is said to have checked with authorities to  confirm the validity of the visa Alshamrani received when he arrived in America in August of 2017 from Riyadh for military training. By the end of this July, Alshamrani had completed purchase of the weapon, which he could not legally carry onto the Naval Air Station in Pensacola where he was to begin flight instruction. He also would not have been able to carry the Glock aboard a plane when he returned to his country after completing his U.S. training.. “I’m not sure he’s got the status to bring a gun back to Saudi,” a senior law enforcement official told the Daily Beast.   He presumably did not have the gun with him when he flew to New York on Nov. 28, just before Thanksgiving, with either two or three fellow Saudi trainees. There, he met up with three other Saudis who have been undergoing military training elsewhere in the U.S.The law enforcement sources said the Saudis stayed at a lower-end hotel in midtown Manhattan and visited the Statue of Liberty, Central Park,  the famous Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center, and the 9/11 museum. “All the places they went were all  the places the tourists go see what this country's all about,” an investigator observed.   The investigator further noted that the museum has on display pictures of the 19 hijackers attacked the U.S. on Sept. 11, 2001. Fifteen of them were Saudi citizens.Pensacola Navy Base Victim ‘Saved Countless Lives’ When Saudi Trainee Opened Fire, Brother SaysOne of the remaining questions about Alshamrani is whether he acted on his own or was some kind of sleeper agent recruited and groomed to get into a position where he could kill American military personnel on American soil.If the answer is the latter, it raises another question: Why wouldn’t  the groomers wait until Alshamrani could wield a weapon capable of causing even more damage than his Glock?“Get him up in an F-15 and crash it into a building or drop a bomb,” the senior official said.On his trip to New Yo Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Booker rakes in over $1 million in campaign donations after calling out lack of diversity

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Booker rakes in over $1 million in campaign donations after calling out lack of diversity In this edition of 2020 Daily Trail Markers, New Jersey Senator Cory Booker said he recieved more than a million dollars in donations to his presidential campaign after calling out the lack of diversity within the Democratic field. 2020 Campaign reporter Adam Brewster joins CBSN with the latest on Booker's surge and more news from the campaign trail in Iowa. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Sevilla s Vaclíkem opět neprohrála, Joaquín dal hattrick v osmatřiceti

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Tomáš Vaclík v 16. kole španělské fotbalové ligy jednou inkasoval při remíze Sevilly 1:1 v Pamploně. Mužstvo českého reprezentačního brankáře neprohrálo už jedenáct soutěžních utkání.

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‘Bomb cyclone’ triggers 75ft wave off California coast

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‘Bomb cyclone’ triggers 75ft wave off California coast A 75ft wave was recorded off the Californian coast after a ‘bomb cyclone’ pounded the West Coast during Thanksgiving week.Scientists from the University of California said it was the tallest wave they had documented in the last 15 years. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Čelůstka skóroval proti svému bývalému klubu, k bodům nepomohl

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Obránce Ondřej Čelůstka vstřelil první gól v této sezoně turecké fotbalové ligy. Třicetiletý český reprezentant zmírnil porážku Antalyasporu 1:3 s Trabzonsporem, za který v minulosti hrával. Vítězům chyběl zraněný Filip Novák.

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Vítkovice zdolaly v derby FBC a dotáhly se na druhý Chodov

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Ostravana jeho půdě 11:6 a bodově se dotáhli na druhý Chodov. Ten podlehl v pražském souboji domácímu Tatranu Střešovice 4:6. Čtvrtá Sparta také klopýtla, když podlehla Královským Vinohradům 4:5 v prodloužení. Číst dále >>>

Suspect's mother speaks out after Alabama officer slain

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Suspect's mother speaks out after Alabama officer slain The mother of man charged with killing an Alabama police officer spoke said Sunday that she doesn't believe her son is capable of committing murder. LaJeromeny Brown of Tennessee has been jailed on capital murder charges in the shooting of Huntsville police officer Billy Fred Clardy on Friday. Brown's mother, Alma Jean Applebet, told Al.com in a phone interview her son should be presumed innocent until he has a chance to stand trial, though she acknowledged he has a history of arrests in Tennessee. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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