The U.S. Department of Justice announced today that the first six months of President Donald Trump’s administration have been the most violent in U.M.C.’s history.
According to data compiled by the Bureau of Justice Statistics, the year 2016 saw a total of 4,061 homicides.
This was up from 3,846 homicides in 2015.
A total of 3,974 people were killed in the United States in 2016.
This year, the U.N. Security Council passed the Security Council Resolutions on July 12, which authorized the U,S.
to deploy a U.K.-led ground force to Syria and Yemen to help train and equip moderate rebels in those countries.
In addition, the Trump administration authorized the use of force against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in Iraq and targeted the terror group’s leadership.
The U.R.I.A. reported this month that it had identified 1,087 U.W.S.-bound migrants from Central America, which is at a high risk for human trafficking.
The San Diego Unified School District in California has banned all U.H.I.-related activities including basketball, volleyball, hockey, soccer and volleyball.