http://wnyt.com/APImages/AP6760382eb1fe45759b3d5e13dabed719.jpg

Global Media

The inmates say midazolam is unsuitable as an execution drug, saying it is not a painkiller and could subject them to a cruel and unusual punishment in violation of the U.S. He's been on death row since 1990 for strangling a woman in a convenience store bathroom, CNN affiliate KARK-TV in Little Rock reported . The attorney general's office says it will respond to the filing after full arguments are put before the appeals court.
  • MPs vote in favour of snap General Election on 8 June

    Global Media

    With May seen winning a new five-year mandate and boosting her majority in Parliament by perhaps 100 seats, the pound held close to six-and-a-half month highs on hopes she may be able to clinch a smoother, more phased departure from the European Union and minimize damage to the United Kingdom economy.
  • Manhunt Underway For Suspect Who Reportedly Shot Oklahoma Deputy Multiple Times

    Manhunt Underway For Suspect Who Reportedly Shot Oklahoma Deputy Multiple Times

    Global Media

    Authorities say an Oklahoma deputy has been shot following an altercation on Tuesday morning. Oklahoma City police say LeForce allegedly stole a vehicle and fled the scene in a gray 2010 Mazda with Oklahoma license plate AEN-616. A 45-year-old man is in custody after he shot a Logan County Sheriff's Deputy, who later died from his injuries, on Tuesday morning in Mulhall. That vehicle was found near County Road 76 and Jaxton Road northeast of Guthrie.
  • Man sought in Cleveland Facebook killing is dead

    Global Media

    Police claim that, while attacking him, Stephens said in the video that his girlfriend drove him to commit the crime. The shooter, who appeared to choose his victim at random, also posted that he had killed 12 people in all and vowed to continue killing.
  • South Korea's ex-president Park charged with bribery

    South Korea's ex-president Park charged with bribery

    Global Media

    The National Assembly voted late previous year to impeach her on charges of bribery, extortion and abuse of power. She is also accused of soliciting bribes from Lotte and SK groups, as well as of colluding with her friend Choi Soon-sil in coercing local conglomerates to donate $ 68 million to two non-profit foundations, the media outlet reported .
  • McDonald's drive-thru pit stop leads to Facebook killer

    Global Media

    The shooting video was visible on Facebook for almost two hours before it was reported, the company said. Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf commended police for the pursuit and said no one else in the state was hurt. "We just don't know where", Teper said. Stephens had demanded that Godwin say the name of his girlfriend and added: "She's the reason this is about to happen to you".
  • Can't be complacent on N. Korea: UK MP

    Can't be complacent on N. Korea: UK MP

    Global Media

    Cha noted Pence's reference to "strategic patience", an Obama administration strategy in which diplomatic and economic pressure from sanctions were given time to change the North's behavior. President Donald Trump pulled the USA out of the 12-country trade agreement after his inauguration in January. "The time of dictating orders by brandishing the USA military might has gone".
  • People silent on triple talaq equally guilty, says CM Adityanath

    People silent on triple talaq equally guilty, says CM Adityanath

    Global Media

    Vidura said those who have committed the crime, those who are the accomplices and those who were silent are equally responsible". He also demanded that Prime Minister Modi as also BJP chief Amit Shah "condemn" such remarks and issue Adityanath an advisory that "never hereinafter will he ever use such distasteful language to dishonour and disrespect Indias women power".
  • Islamic State Claims Attack near St Catherine's Monastery

    Islamic State Claims Attack near St Catherine's Monastery

    Global Media

    The Palm Sunday attack prompted President Abdel-Fattah al-Sissi to declare a three-month state of emergency and deploy armed forces to help police in guarding vital installations, including churches across the country. Attacks in South Sinai, however, have been rare in recent years. However, the move did little to quell the fears of Christian Egyptians in the country, who are among the oldest and largest Christian communities in the Middle East.
  • North Korea 'ready for nuclear attack' amid show of force

    North Korea 'ready for nuclear attack' amid show of force

    Global Media

    But South Korean analysts said Kim decided not to conduct the nuclear test, instead holding a parade meant to show off North Korea's military might. The parade may also feature some of the country's most valuable military hardware, such as its prototype intercontinental ballistic missiles.
  • Mallya held in London, released on bail

    Mallya held in London, released on bail

    Global Media

    Now, in the court, the Indian authorities will have to present a case for extradition. Speaking in support of liquor baron Vijay Mallya's arrest in London , former Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) director D.R. The flashy businessman has become a poster boy for defaults on massive loans piled up by corporate tycoons and for a cozy nexus that many say has existed in India between businessmen and politicians.
  • New Zealand toughens requirements for skilled immigrants

    New Zealand toughens requirements for skilled immigrants

    Global Media

    Changes to immigration settings will help get higher skilled migrants while also safeguarding the positon of New Zealand workers, says BusinessNZ. We need to fix the immigration system to reduce the number of low-skill migrants coming into the country, while still bringing in the skilled workers we need.