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Police are searching for an accomplice to the suicide bomber who targeted the Brussels subway system Tuesday morning. A man carrying a large bag was seen on camera walking with one of the bombers, whom authorities believe blew himself up on the train, killing at least 20 people. It is not clear whether the unidentified man survived the blast. Belgian police were already searching for a man seen at Brussels airport with two other suicide bombers, identified as an older brother
Paris attacks suspect 26 year old Salah Abdeslam will not fight being extradited to France. He says he wants to explain himself. France wants to extradite him in connection with the November attacks that killed 130 people. Belgian police also suspect that Salah may have known something about the terrorist attacks that just happened in Brussels this week that killed 31 people and wounded several hundred.
If you’re eyeing Apple’s iPhone SE you can order the new model today, a week before it becomes available March 31. Apple unveiled the SE this week, describing it as ‘the most powerful 4-inch phone ever.’ The 16GB phone is priced at $399, or $17 per month without a service contract. Despite the cheaper price tag, the phone features the same processing power of the iPhone 6S.
The guy who has become known as Man In Tree has come down. He spent 25 hours at the top of a tree in front of the downtown Macy’s. Police had tried to get him to come down, but he had refused. He was taken to Harborview Medical Center for evaluation.
“True unconditional love is sacrificial—it is not easily offended, self-focused, or afraid of rejection. It seeks only the good of the other person.”
― Charles F. Stanley, Emotions: Confront the Lies. Conquer with Truth.
“As we place our dependence upon God, an incredible freedom and peace will begin to rest in our hearts. And reaching that point in our lives makes every failure worth it.”
― Charles F. Stanley, I Lift Up My Soul: Devotions to Start Your Day with God
“The only never you should focus on is that God will never let you down.”
― Charles F. Stanley, Waiting on God: Strength for Today and Hope for Tomorrow