After the FBI released the identity of the suspected hostage-taker at a Texas synagogue, the suspect’s broke spoke out apologizing to the victims involved, and said "we as a family do not condone any of his actions." » Subscribe to MSNBC: http://on.msnbc.com/SubscribeTomsnbc
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Texas Synagogue Hostage Suspect Identified, Relative Speaks Out
Aleida Bello has been hospitalized at Kendall Regional Medical Center for nearly a month. Gas from a propane tank was leaking into her kitchen, so when she turned on the stove it ignited a massive flash fire. She suffered third-degree burns all over her body.
Taliban fighters hunting a DW journalist have shot dead one member of his family and seriously injured another. The Taliban were conducting a house-to-house search in western Afghanistan to try and find the journalist, who now works in Germany.
Other relatives were able to escape at the last moment and are now on the run. DW’s director general, Peter Limbourg, has issued a strong condemnation and called on the German government to take action.
The events of the last few days and weeks make this very clear. The Taliban have raided the homes of at least three DW journalists, Nematullah Hemat of the private television station Ghargasht TV is believed to have been kidnapped by the Taliban, and Toofan Omar, the head of the private radio station Paktia Ghag Radio, was, according to government officials, targeted and shot dead by Taliban fighters.
Two men, also presumably Taliban, shot and killed the translator Amdadullah Hamdard, a frequent contributor to Germany’s Die Zeit newspaper, on August 2 in the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad, right there on the street. And a month ago, the world-renowned Indian photographer and Pulitzer Prize winner Danish Siddiqui died in Kandahar, presumably killed by Taliban bullets.
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