Aerial footage captured an immense crowd of more than 100,000 mourners lining the streets to pay their respects to the religious leader.Read the full story ›
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Former Spain striker David Villa has signed a one-year contract extension with New York City FC.
The 35-year-old, last season voted the most valuable player in Major League Soccer, put pen to paper on a three-year deal when he became the club's first signing in 2014.
He will now remain part of coach Patrick Vieira's side until the end of the 2018 campaign.
Three years ago we started a very good project to build this amazing club and they chose me to be the first captain, which I'm still so proud of.
When I look back to those first days in 2014, it's really amazing to see how far we've come in such a short space of time and to know that there is so much potential for us to continue growing, on and off the field.
I'm so happy here in this city and at this club, I am fit and I can do things on the pitch - I'm not ready to go to the sidelines.
That's why continuing here and signing this contract was a really easy decision for me.
Former England midfielder Frank Lampard will leave New York City after the expiration of his contract.Read the full story ›
Ahmad Khan Rahami bought bomb making equipment on eBay, made a video of himself testing out homemade explosives, and kept a journal expressing outrage at the US "slaughter" of mujahideen in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and Palestine, federal prosecutors allege.
The charging documents and accompanying sworn statements from the FBI were unsealed in a Manhattan federal court and shed new light on Rahami's motives.
His journal apparently expressed the wish to die a martyr, the criminal complaint revealed.
One passage of his journal is said to have read: "Inshallah (God willing), the sounds of bombs will be heard in the streets. Gun shots to your police. Death to your oppression."
Other parts of the 28-year-old's journal allegedly praise "Brother" Osama bin Laden; Anwar al-Awlaki, an American-born Muslim cleric and leading al Qaeda propagandist who was killed in a U.S. drone strike in Yemen in 2011; and Nidal Hasan, the U.S. Army psychiatrist who shot dead 13 people and wounded 32 at Fort Hood, Texas, in 2009.
An eBay account linked to Rahami bought chemicals, circuit boards and ball bearings that matched the explosives and remnants collected at the crime scenes, the documents said.
Video found on a family member's mobile phone dated two days before the bombings showed Rahami lighting a fuse and igniting incendiary material packed in a partially buried cylinder.
Frank Lampard scored a hat-trick as New York City strengthened their position at the top of Major League Soccer's Eastern Conference with a 5-1 thrashing of 10-man Colorado Rapids.
The Rapids went into the game in second place in the Western Conference, with games in hand on leaders FC Dallas.
However, they faced an uphill battle after Michael Azira was sent off in the 37th minute - nine minutes after Lampard had opened the scoring.
Tony Taylor doubled the lead three minutes before the interval, and then three goals inside the last 15 minutes completed the rout.
Substitute Steven Mendoza got the third, before former England midfielder Lampard netted twice in three minutes - the second of which was a penalty - to complete his hat-trick
Shkelzen Gashi replied for the Rapids in the last minute - but it was little consolation.
Connor Cummings had been scaling the hotel with a friend slipped from while standing on scaffolding in the rain.Read the full story ›