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  • US orders closure of Russia’s San Francisco consulate in retaliation

    WASHINGTON: The United States on Thursday ordered Russia to close its consulate in San Francisco as well as two annexes in Washington and New York in two days, in a tit-for-tat response to Moscow’s drastic reduction of US diplomatic staff in their country...

    Along with the San Francisco consulate, the installations ordered closed were a chancery annex in Washington, where Moscow has a giant embassy complex, and a consular annex in New...

  • Liberal San Francisco claims win after right-wing group shut out

    SAN FRANCISCO: Protesters opposing a right-wing gathering in liberal San Francisco claimed victory on Sunday when the event was cancelled after city officials walled off a city park a move that the event’s organiser said was more about silencing his group’s message than preventing a violent clash...

    Civic leaders in San Francisco, a cradle of the free speech movement that prides itself on its tolerance, repeatedly voiced concerns that...

  • Four shot outside San Francisco schools: police

    Four teenage students were shot in the shared parking lot of two San Francisco high schools Tuesday and one of the students is in critical condition, authorities said...

    "The shooting occurred as students were being let out of school for the day from the June Jordan School for Equity and City Arts and Technology High School, which share a campus," San Francisco Police Officer Carlos Manfredi said...

  • San Francisco chokes on toxic air as wildfires rage

    PARADISE: Schools and tourist attractions across the San Francisco Bay Area were shut on Friday as smoke from California’s deadliest ever wildfire a three hour drive away produced air quality levels worse than in polluted megacities in South Asia...

    Some 180 miles (290 kilometres) to the southwest, San Francisco ordered all public schools shut and its iconic cable cars returned to their stations as the Air Quality Index soared to 213,...

  • Two shot, two others hurt in San Francisco-area shopping mall

    Two people were shot and two others were hurt on Tuesday when at least one gunman opened fire at a mall in the San Francisco suburb of San Bruno before apparently fleeing on a nearby train, police said...

    Two people were taken to San Francisco General Hospital with gunshot wounds to their lower bodies in stable condition, San Bruno Police Chief Ed Barberini told reporters at a late-afternoon news conference...

  • Twenty-one people test positive for coronavirus aboard cruise ship off San Francisco

    Twenty-one people tested positive for coronavirus on Friday aboard a ship that was denied entry to San Francisco Bay after a number of passengers and crew developed flu-like symptoms on the vessel, which had been linked to infections from an earlier voyage...

    US health officials are also seeking to contact some 2,500 passengers who disembarked the Grand Princess in San Francisco on Feb...

  • 8 people found dead in tractor-trailer in San Antonio

    Eight people were found dead in a tractor-trailer outside a Walmart store in San Antonio in the stifling summer heat...

    According to police in San Antonio, a person from the truck approached a Walmart employee in a parking lot and asked for water late Saturday night...

  • San Diego schools launches effort against Islamophobia

    The San Diego Unified School District's multiyear plan includes a letter addressing Islamophobia to staff and parents of its 132,000 students...

    “We believe this is a great first step in the direction of protecting Muslim students from the bullying that is a direct result of the growing Islamophobia in our state and nation,” Hanif Mohebi, executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations' San Diego chapter, said after...

  • Families of San Bernardino shooting sue Facebook, Google, Twitter

    Family members of three victims of the December 2015 shooting rampage in San Bernardino, California, have sued Facebook, Google and Twitter, claiming that the companies permitted the militant Islamic State (IS) to flourish on social media...

    The relatives assert that by allowing IS militants to spread propaganda freely on social media, the three companies provided “material support” to the group and enabled attacks such as the one in...

  • ‘San Bernardino’ echoes in Supreme Court in Lal Masjid case proceedings

    ISLAMABAD: Umme Hasaan, the head of Lal Masjid’s Jamia Hafsa girl seminary, hotly denied to the Supreme Court on Thursday that she ever had any association with the Pakistan-origin Tashfeen Malik linked to the recent terrorist shooting in San Bernardino, much less have her as a student...

    Shahid Orakzai, one of the petitioners in the Lal masjid case, was the first to mention Tashfeen’s name in courtroom No 2 while inviting the court’s...

  • Endangered white rhino dies at San Diego zoo

    SAN DIEGO: One of only four northern white rhinos believed left in the world died on Sunday at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park...

    “Nola was an iconic animal, not only at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, but worldwide,” the park statement said...

  • Obama meets with San Bernardino victims' families

    SAN BERNARDINO/LOS ANGELES: President Barack Obama met with the families of most of the San Bernardino shooting victims on Friday for nearly three hours, and said he was moved by their emphasis on tolerance following the Dec 2 attack...

    Fourteen people died in the shootings in San Bernardino, California on Dec 2, when radicalised Muslims Syed Rizwan Farook and his wife Tashfeen Malik opened fire on Farook's co-workers at a holiday...

  • Lorenzo blitzes to San Marino pole

    MISANO ADRIATICO: Jorge Lorenzo broke his own lap record to secure pole position for Sunday’s San Marino Grand Prix where the Yamaha rider will be looking for a fourth MotoGP win at the Misano circuit...

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