US Melania Trump's parents appear at immigration court in NY

Photo showing Viktor Knavs and Amalija Knavs, parents of US first lady Melania Trump, exit 26 Federal Plaza with immigration attorney following their immigration hearing in New York City, US, May 2, 2018. (REUTERS)
Updated 02 May 2018

US Melania Trump's parents appear at immigration court in NY

NEW YORK: First lady Melania Trump’s parents have visited a federal building in New York City with their immigration attorney.
The Slovenian couple had no comment Wednesday afternoon after about an hour-long meeting in the building which houses offices for federal immigration officials who help process citizenship applications.
Viktor and Amalija Knavs are lawful permanent residents of the US, according to their lawyer Michael Wildes.
The attorney and the White House have declined to comment on whether the first lady’s parents are seeking to become US citizens.
Republican President Donald Trump has pushed to restrict immigration.


UK police arrest man after stabbing at London Central Mosque

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UK police arrest man after stabbing at London Central Mosque

  • Victim was treated by paramedics before being taken to hospital

LONDON: A man was stabbed in a London mosque on Thursday, according to a Metropolitan Police statement.

Officers were called to London Central Mosque, also known as Regent's Park mosque, on the city's Park Road to reports of a stabbing.

The police attended the scene, with paramedics from the London Ambulance Service (LAS), where a man was found with stab injuries.

He was treated by paramedics before being taken to hospital, police said. His injuries are thought to be non-life threatening.

The man who was attacked is in his 70s and was stabbed multiple times, Sky News reported.

A man was arrested at the scene on suspicion of attempted murder and a crime scene was put in place.

Video showed police subduing a man inside the mosque before leading him away in handcuffs.

The man who was attacked is in his 70s and was stabbed multiple times, Sky News reported.