World Beach Games: Qatar stages first-ever edition

Nephew, 8, was in room when Fort Worth police shot woman in her home while the two played video games

An 8-year-old boy was in the room when his aunt was fatally shot while playing video games in her home by a Fort Worth officer who never announced that he was a police officer, authorities and the family confirmed.

Investigators were scheduled Monday to interview the officer who shot Atatiana “Tay” Jefferson, 28, early Saturday morning, police Lt. Brandon O’Neil said. Police also released audio of a neighbor’s calm call to a non-emergency phone number that sent police to the home.

Jefferson, who was black, worked as a pharmaceutical sales representative. The officer, who is white, has served on the force for 18 months, police said. The shooting took place less than two weeks after former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger was convicted of murdering Botham Jean, a black man shot in 2018 as he ate ice cream in his home.

S. Lee Merritt, a lawyer for Jefferson’s family, said the victim’s nephew told him the duo had been up late playing “Halo” – with the doors open to enjoy the cool fall breeze – when they heard noise outside her bedroom window.

“They looked at each other and listened more intently when they heard it again,” Merritt said in a social media post. “Someone was outside.”

UAE 'trying' to silence Al Jazeera

The UAE is reportedly running a lobbying campaign in Washington, DC, using a law firm to influence people working for members of the US Congress.

    The United Arab Emirates is trying to silence the Al Jazeera Media Network, according to a Bloomberg report.

    The UAE is reportedly running a lobbying campaign in Washington, DC, using a law firm to try and influence people working for members of the US Congress.

    Al Jazeera’s Alan Fisher reports from Washington, DC.

    Three stabbed in Manchester attack

    A man has been arrested on suspicion of ‘terror’ offences.

      Three people have been stabbed in Manchester in the United Kingdom.

      The attack took place at the city’s biggest shopping centre, Manchester Arndale.

      A man has been arrested on suspicion of “terror offences”.

      Al Jazeera’s Emma Hayward reports.

      5G will become reality within 3 years: Cisco CEO

      5G networks could be active in 2 to 3 years: Cisco CEO

      Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins discusses the economic slowdown, global market uncertainty, Chinese censorship, and building a 5G network.

      Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins told FOX Business that it will be another two to three years before mobile carriers roll out 5G technology.

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      Carriers are focused on the technology needed to build consumer networks, he told Maria Bartiromo. When they begin to expand on enterprise 5G services, a “high-performance backbone” will be needed to accommodate all the traffic that it’s expected to generate.

      “The carriers today are building the consumer 5G networks and they don't require a massive backbone upgrade when you just increase bandwidth to lots of mobile phones,” he said.



      Once 5G is implemented, carriers will have to spend big.

      “If you think about the speeds that are going to be supported at the edge and the number of those connections, it's only logical that you're going to have to update your infrastructure to accommodate all the bandwidth that's going to be given out around the world. And so we would expect to ultimately be a beneficiary of that when it happens,” Robbins said.


      Three options strategies for the week: October 14, 2019

      The "Options Action" traders share three options trading strategies to kick off the week.

      Dan Nathan broke down call buying in JPMorgan.

      Mike Khouw and Carter Worth illustrated buying a put spread in the Consumer Staples ETF. 

      Khouw also looked at buying a put calendar in Netflix. 


      Trader disclosure: Dan Nathan is Long TLT Dec call spread. XLF Oct put spread. XRT Oct put spread. SMH Nov put spread. Mike Khouw is long HAL.

      Apple set to reclaim market-cap title from Microsoft for first time in 6 months

      Shares of Apple Inc. AAPL, +0.58% rose 0.6% in morning trading Monday, enough for the technology giant to reclaim the No. 1 spot on the list of largest U.S. companies by market capitalization. Based on most recent filings disclosing shares outstanding, Apple’s market cap was now at $1.074 trillion, while Microsoft Corp.’s stock MSFT, +0.18% slipped less than 0.1% to lower the software giant’s market cap to $1.066 trillion. That puts Apple on track to close at No. 1 for the first time since April 17. Apple and Microsoft remain well above third-place Inc. AMZN, -0.30%, currently valued at $853.1 billion, and above fourth-place Google-parent Alphabet Inc. GOOG, +0.57% at $848.2 billion. Apple’s stock has run up 16.9% over the past three months and Microsoft shares have tacked on 0.5%, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, +0.05% has slipped 1.9%.

      World Beach Games: Qatar stages first-ever edition

      The Association of National Olympic Committees, which is organising the games, hopes multisport event will attract a broad fan base.

        The first-ever World Beach Games are underway in Qatar.

        The games are a multisport event featuring beach classics such as volleyball and wakeboarding.

        Al Jazeera’s Sohail Malik reports from Doha.