🔴 #LIVE: Anti-terrorism authorities investigate deadly #Strasbourg shooting
At least three people were killed and 11 injured in a shooting at a #Christmas market, police said, adding that the suspected gunman has a criminal record and is on the run https://t.co/WzbmXg4dNd
— FRANCE 24 English (@France24_en) December 11, 2018
Death toll in Strasbourg shooting rises to 4, suspect wounded but still at large, French police union officials say. https://t.co/54vLgqifBU
— The Associated Press (@AP) December 11, 2018
UPDATE: France shooting: 4 dead, several wounded in Strasbourg https://t.co/wxiggICke5
— PBS NewsHour (@NewsHour) December 11, 2018
Strasbourg gunman was on French intelligence watchlist: prefecture https://t.co/H6fAM9DwRX pic.twitter.com/LqUM011dUD
— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) December 11, 2018
Brexit means Brexit. And this is what it looks like.
— Ian Dunt (@IanDunt) December 11, 2018
Bitter and true: everyone leading Britain today is lying https://t.co/Ti4gd8FXUn
— Anne Applebaum (@anneapplebaum) December 11, 2018
Owen Paterson becomes most senior Tory MP to submit letter of no confidence in PM.
Says MPs can no longer take PM at her word & accuses her of treating Brexit 'miserably' like a 'problem to be solved rather than an opportunity to be grasped'https://t.co/1Q930sdOG2
— Steven Swinford (@Steven_Swinford) December 11, 2018
The Conservative party is about to disintegrate as a governing party. 48 votes are lodged tweets Laura Kuenssberg. This is self-indulgence and Brexit narcissism to betray party and national interest. What makes crisis so profound is Labour offers nothing but parallel manoeuvres.
— Will Hutton (@williamnhutton) December 11, 2018
For any restive Tory MPs reading, a polite reminder that a new leader, however able, will not change:
– The mathematics in parliament on Brexit.
– The fundamentals of the EU’s negotiating position.
– The need for some sort of cast-iron backstop to prevent a hard Irish border.
— Peter Walker (@peterwalker99) December 11, 2018
Long and frank discussion with PM @theresa_may ahead of #Brexit summit. Clear that EU27 wants to help. The question is how.
— Donald Tusk (@eucopresident) December 11, 2018
Simon Coveney says there's 'a lot of pushing and shoving' going on in relation to #Brexit, but the EU has Ireland's back https://t.co/xP4t7iD0GR
— TheJournal.ie (@thejournal_ie) December 11, 2018
The Irish do “know their place”.
It’s a place of security, peace, diversity, resilience, culture, humour, camaraderie, and respect for all people, inside and outside our borders. Yes, we have our flaws and yes, we are working on them. But this is our place. Not yours. 🇪🇺🇮🇪 https://t.co/9JdVbXxhRq
— Dr. Jennifer Cassidy (@OxfordDiplomat) December 11, 2018
In a telephone call tonight, Sinn Fein leader @MaryLouMcDonald told @theresa_may that a referendum on Irish unity must be held in the event of a no deal #Brexit.
— David Blevins (@skydavidblevins) December 11, 2018
Trump stormed out of the Oval Office right after the Pelosi-Schumer meeting ended, flicking away a folder and scattering briefing materials in frustration, said one staffer who saw it.
New details w/ @jenhab https://t.co/wpijePHG8N
— Eli Stokols (@EliStokols) December 11, 2018
Pelosi boxes Trump's ears. What D in his/her right mind would say we don't want the most effective D to take on Trump ? https://t.co/U2Uopvgerk
— Jennifer Rubin (@JRubinBlogger) December 11, 2018
JUST IN: Pelosi mocks Trump over border wall: "It's like a manhood thing for him" https://t.co/r6k5cCEjKh pic.twitter.com/BDhM1PxERy
— The Hill (@thehill) December 11, 2018
After cameras left room, Trump told Pelosi and Schumer that Mexico was actually going to pay for the wall as part of the re-negotiated NAFTA deal. Unclear how that would work.
— Josh Dawsey (@jdawsey1) December 11, 2018
“Intervening” in a judicial process. https://t.co/hgGaOa9EMt
— Simon Marks (@SimonMarksFSN) December 11, 2018
For the fourth time, Republicans have confirmed a federal judge rated unqualified to serve. https://t.co/ezJgVFAKjW
— HuffPost (@HuffPost) December 11, 2018
Are you sure this is something you want to be saying out loud? https://t.co/ciPMvo9bW8
— Katy Tur (@KatyTurNBC) December 11, 2018
“There was this gasp” at CIA when Trump sided with Putin in Helsinki. “You literally had people in panic mode watching it at Langley. On all floors. Just shock.” https://t.co/9Se2gdtat2
— Greg Miller (@gregpmiller) December 11, 2018
NEW: We're one day away from the biggest vote in this session of Congress on whether to snub Saudi following the murder of #JamalKhashoggi (and, of course, thousands in Yemen). Here's how an intelligence community under huge political pressure got us herehttps://t.co/qNBKXfPGf1
— Akbar Shahid Ahmed (@AkbarSAhmed) December 11, 2018
A war monitor reported on Tuesday that at least 28,115 fatalities were recorded in the first 11 months of this year, marking a 68 percent increase compared with 2017. https://t.co/Y72aMT34PU
— Al Jazeera News (@AJENews) December 11, 2018
⚡️ “TIME Person of the Year 2018: The Guardians”https://t.co/iNBTzMi22b pic.twitter.com/CjUFYAxc5i
— TIME (@TIME) December 11, 2018