A Palestinian man and a woman were shot at a Pennsylvania mall after allegedly stabbing a security guard and injuring another before being shot and killed by police, Israeli police said on Saturday.
The victims were shot and later pronounced dead at a hospital, the police said.
The incident occurred at the mall in Paoli, about 10 miles (16 kilometers) east of Washington, the New York Times reported.
The man and woman were in their 20s, and one was taken to a hospital in critical condition, the newspaper said.
The second victim was taken by ambulance to a local hospital, where she died, it added.
The suspect is described as an Arab man in his early 30s with a shaved head, a black beard and a scar on his forehead.
He was wearing a blue baseball cap, police said, without giving further details.
Police had earlier released a picture of the suspect.
Vice President Biden will deliver his commencement address at Georgetown on Tuesday, but his first address on the issue of abortion will be focused on the Supreme Court.
Biden will speak from the same stage that President Barack Obama delivered his commencement speech at Georgetown last September, the White House announced Friday.
In an interview with ABC News’ This Week in Politics, Biden’s top aide, Ben LaBolt, said Biden would speak about “the importance of this Court’s role in protecting our constitutional values.”
“It’s the case of a young woman and the life she was taking, but the moment she got the abortion, that moment of her life, that was taken from her,” LaBastolt said.
“I think the moment of the abortion has been taken from the life of the woman.”
The White House has not announced any other details about Biden’s commencement address.
It’s not clear whether Biden will speak on the topic at Georgetown’s commencement or elsewhere.
Bidens speech will also be a rare example of a former vice president speaking about the Supreme Law and the future of abortion, something the president has done a number of times before, including at a town hall in Kentucky.
Bids to speak to graduates are up in the air for some high-profile graduates and their families, as the University of California-Davis has declined to allow a speech by Biden.
But for Biden, the event is a chance to offer his own views about abortion.
The vice president said he was proud of the work he did as vice president and his role in the fight against abortion.
He will be the first vice president to speak on abortion in a formal capacity, a move that has been criticized as too narrow.
Bates, the Harvard professor who is president of the National Abortion Federation, said she will be one of the first students at Georgetown to receive an abortion.
Bendel said Biden has been working with women for a long time.
“He has worked on this issue for years,” Bendel said.
She said Biden will not speak to students about Roe v.
Bishop, the president of Georgetown University Students for Life, said the president will be talking about the role the Supreme court has played in protecting women’s health rights and abortion rights.
“I think he is speaking for the women and for the president and for millions of other women,” Bishop said.
Besenya, the Georgetown professor who will speak, said he plans to speak about the Roe v Wade decision as well as abortion and abortion access.
Bennett, the dean of the Kennedy School, said there are a number “of issues in the Supreme Supreme Court that I think have a lot of weight” for the college.
Bentley, the former president of St. Andrews University, said his students will be a “voice of reason” in the classroom.
“We’re going to have to use that voice of reason in the classrooms,” Bentley said.
Bentleys graduation speech is the first time a former president has given a commencement address since President Bill Clinton did so in 2001.
The Polish Football Association are in the midst of a massive overhaul of their squad, which could see them lose a number of key players this summer.
With the season already in the books and the new squad expected to feature players from the national team, the FA are now preparing to overhaul their squad for the coming season, with the likes of Polish internationals, former players, and even some internationals expected to be among the squad.
Poland will also be making a number more signings this summer, with new head coach Luboslaw Stafani reportedly aiming to make the Polish team better.
Stafani’s aim is to make a squad that can compete with the English, the German and the French sides, which means the Polish FA are hoping to add to the squad, and that means that their top-six could be looking a little bit more like the Premier League than their current position.
The FA have also been busy bringing in new players, with midfielder and centre-back Kostas Karakvas joining the club from Lazio.
Karakvas joined Lazio in 2015, and the two made an immediate impact for the club, as the player racked up 20 goals in just 17 games, which helped them make it through the group stages of the Europa League.
He was also a key member of the Poland Under-20 squad that qualified for Euro 2016, which is why the 20-year-old was keen to sign for the Polish national team.
However, the club were unable to agree a contract with the player, and he ended up leaving on a free transfer, leaving Lazio without a recognised striker.
He has since made the move to Polish club Stajna, where he scored 14 goals in 17 games for the side.
With Karakas now back at Lazio, and with a loan deal for Stafan Szczepanski now set to close, it looks like Stafans side will be looking to add some more firepower this summer too, and if the FA can manage to bring in some of the top players in the world, it could be a squad which could be competitive with the Premier Leagues.
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