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There was a loud sound and everyone started screaming and running,” a young woman named Mollie Davis, who identified herself as a student at Great Mills High School, posted on Twitter. The violence was the latest in a decades-long series of shootings at U.S. schools and colleges, coming a little more than a month after 17 students and faculty were killed in a rampage at a Florida high school. The sheriff’s office confirmed the incident at Great Mills High School and urged parents in a Twitter post not to approach the campus.
A French consulate worker was charged in an Israeli court Monday with arms smuggling following his arrest on accusations he used an official car to transport dozens of guns from the Gaza Strip to the occupied West Bank. Israeli officials were quick to note that the worker from France’s Jerusalem consulate acted on his own without his superiors’ knowledge and that diplomatic relations between the two countries were not affected. The arrested French citizen and several Palestinian suspects are accused of belonging to a gun-running network that eventually sold the weapons to arms dealers, Israel’s Shin Bet domestic security agency said in a statement.
Turkey’s flag was flying in Afrin on Sunday after its troops and Ankara-backed rebels chased out Kurdish militia forces to seize control of the Syrian city. The advance came as Syria’s civil war entered its eighth year this week with heavy fighting on two fronts — around Afrin and in the rebel enclave of Eastern Ghouta near Damascus.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge faced down snowfall and ferocious winds to watch a traditional St Patrick’s Day parade of the Irish Guards. William, who is Colonel of the Irish Guards, and heavily pregnant Kate braved icy gusts to visit the 1st Battalion at their base in Hounslow, west London. Some 350 soldiers arrived on the Parade Square in their red regalia, led by Irish wolfhound Domhnall. Kate, who is due to give birth to the couple’s third child next month, wore a green Catherine Walker coat and a Gina Foster hat as she presented the shamrock to officers and warrant officers. Duchess of Cambridge Credit: Getty Betraying no awareness of the biting temperature, she smiled and chatted to each of the military men in turn, finally fastening a shamrock to the collar of Domhnall. William took the salute as the regiment continued a march-past and three thunderous cheers were then declared to the royals. Earlier, Domhnall’s handler, Drummer Aidan Cathcart, jokingly expressed reservations that his charge would behave. He said: “Domhnall’s role is very monumental – he is the first guy on the parade. He is the main guy on the march, it’s a pretty important day for him.” Asked if he was confident Domhnall would perform as planned, he replied, bluntly: “No.” The wolfhound – the regiment’s longest serving mascot since 1985 Credit: Paul Grover for the Telegraph The wolfhound – the regiment’s longest serving mascot since 1985 – had been doing test runs all week to prepare for his moment in front of the royals. It is the fifth time he has received the shamrock and the second time he has been handled by Drummer Cathcart. The Irish Guards were well prepared for the surprise turn in the weather, having recently conducted the Changing of the Guard in heavy snow during Storm Emma. Also among the guests on Saturday was the Irish Defence Force’s most senior military officer, chief of staff Mark Mellett.