CLEVELAND — A suburban Cleveland man has pleaded guilty to fatally shooting his daughter while she slept, saying he believed she disrespected his rules by coming home late and not cleaning her room. Jamal Mansour, of Rocky River, pleaded guilty Tuesday to involuntary manslaughter and felonious assault and has been sentenced to 22 years in...
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- Man admits he fatally shot daughter over lack of ‘respect’
By Associated Press - Tuesday Oct 17, 2017
- Man admits fatally shooting daughter over lack of 'respect'
Tuesday Oct 17, 2017
CLEVELAND (AP) — A suburban Cleveland man has pleaded guilty to fatally shooting his daughter while she slept, saying he believed she disrespected his rules by coming home late and not cleaning her room.Jamal Mansour, of Rocky River, pleaded guilty Tuesday to involuntary manslaughter and felonious assault and has been sentenced to 22 years in prison. The 64-year-old dad earlier pleaded not guilty to charges including aggravated murder in 27-year-old Tahani Mansour's death last year.Cleveland.com reports Mansour says he believed his daughter didn't respect his house rules. Prosecutors say Mansour told investigators he grabbed a gun, thinking she would "respect" that.
- ‘The Current War’ Toronto Review: Benedict Cumberbatch Sparks Quirky Historical Drama
By Steve Pond, provided by
- Sunday Sep 10, 2017
Saturday night at the Toronto International Film Festival was a night for ambitious period dramas from relatively new directors only one movie removed from making small indies. First there was “Wadjda” director Haifaa al-Mansour with the uneven literary saga “Mary Shelley” — and about an hour after that film let out at Roy Thomson Hall, “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon premiered his new film, “The Current War,” a block away at the Princess of Wales Theatre.Gomez-Rejon’s film begins in 1880 – when, as a title card tells us, “the world is still lit by fire.
- Toronto Festival Report: So Far, the Women Rule
By Steve Pond, provided by
- Monday Sep 11, 2017
If after its first weekend the Toronto International Film Festival is so far inconclusive, one thing is truly clear: This year’s TIFF belongs to the women.One-third of the films in the official selection were directed by women, a new high, including such notable works as Greta Gerwig’s “Lady Bird,” Lynn Shelton’s “Outside In,” Valerie Faris (with Jonathan Dayton)’s “Battle of the Sexes,” Susanna White’s “Woman Walks Ahead,” Haifaa al-Mansour’s “Mary Shelley,” Chloe Zhao’s “The Rider,” Clio Barnard’s “Dark River” and Nora Twomey’s “The Breadwinner.
- Young Yemeni Girl Is Sole Survivor After Airstrike Topples Her Home
By THE NEW YORK TIMES - Sunday Aug 27, 2017
Buthaina Muhammad Mansour, believed to be 4 or 5, lost eight members of her family in the attack in Sana, Yemen’s capital.
- On Cloth Scraps, Syrian Names Are Immortalized in Rust and Blood
By AVANTIKA CHILKOTI - Wednesday Aug 9, 2017
Strips of material that a former prisoner smuggled from Syria are now being lent to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum for an exhibition in Washington.