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Is War With Iran In Our Future? As Tensions Rise What Do You Think Trump’s Next Move Should Be?

Iran-US tension rises as Pentagon OKs sending more troops to Middle East and Rep. Omar blames Trump
Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn, one of Congress’ most vocal critics of President Trump, placed the blame squarely on the White House after Iran announced it could enrich uranium up to 20 percent — just a step below weapons-grade level. Omar took to Twitter on Monday condemning Trump’s See More decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal shortly before the Pentagon approved sending 1,000 more troops to the Middle East in response to the attack.

“None of this would be happening if Trump didn’t back out of the Iran nuclear deal,” she tweeted. Omar said the U.S. should get back to negotiations with Tehran and reinstate the Iran nuclear deal. The tension between the U.S. and Iran has been increasing in recent days after a high-profile attack on two oil tankers in the Strait of Hormuz. The U.S. blamed Iran for the attacks, which the country denied. U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) released new images Monday showing the aftermath of attacks, including some images purporting to show Iranian forces removing an unexploded device from the hull of one of the vessels.

Trump threatens to remove ‘millions’ of illegal immigrants starting next week
President Trump late Monday announced on Twitter that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) will begin the process of “removing the millions of illegal aliens who have illicitly found their way into the U.S.,” but did not elaborate on what new measures will be taken. “They will be removed as fast as they come,” Trump wrote. Mike Morgan, the acting director of ICE, did not announce any new initiatives during his stop in Louisville on Sunday, where he spoke about the humanitarian and national security crisis at the border.

Trump re-election campaign set to officially launch at Orlando rally
President Trump is expected to officially kick off his re-election campaign at a rally in Orlando, Fla. Tuesday night, and supporters have been lining up for days. Trump voters started gathering outside Orlando’s Amway Center more than 40 hours before the event is scheduled to start. The president tweeted on Monday morning that his campaign has received more than 100,000 ticket requests for the event in an arena that only holds 20,000 people.Tune in to Fox News tonight at 8 p.m. ET for live coverage of Trump’s rally.

New Jersey man the latest American tourist to die in the Dominican Republic: Report
The State Department has confirmed to Fox News that another American tourist has died in the Dominican Republic. Reportedly, it was a New Jersey man who was found dead on his hotel room floor. Joseph Allen, 55, of Avenel, New Jersey, was found dead last Thursday morning, WABC reported. The popular Caribbean vacation destination has been grappling with a rash of deaths of U.S. tourists in their hotel rooms at various resorts. Of the seven other recent deaths that have become publicly known, Dominican investigators said five were caused by a heart attack.

Parkland shooting survivor apologizes for racist comments after Harvard rescinds his admission offer
The conservative Parkland shooting survivor and pro-Second Amendment activist who was dropped by Harvard University after past offensive remarks and racial slurs surfaced appeared Monday on “The Story with Martha MacCallum,” where he apologized and asked for forgiveness. “I’m extremely sorry for it and I wish I could take it back but I can’t,” Kyle Kashuv told guest host Ed Henry. “All I can do now is seek to right the wrong.” Kashuv revealed on Twitter that Harvard rescinded his admission after the remarks he made as a 16-year-old came to light. The student, now 18, called comments “offensive,” “idiotic” and “inflammatory” and said he made them before the mass shooting — which transformed him as a person.

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Is War With Iran In Our Future? As Tensions Rise What Do You Think Trump’s Next Move Should Be?

Iran-US tension rises as Pentagon OKs sending more troops to Middle East and Rep. Omar blames Trump
Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn, one of Congress’ most vocal critics of President Trump, placed the blame squarely on the White House after Iran announced it could enrich uranium up to 20 percent — just a step below weapons-grade level. Omar took to Twitter on Monday condemning Trump’s See More decision to pull out of the Iran nuclear deal shortly before the Pentagon approved sending 1,000 more troops to the Middle East in response to the attack.

“None of this would be happening if Trump didn’t back out of the Iran nuclear deal,” she tweeted. Omar said the U.S. should get back to negotiations with Tehran and reinstate the Iran nuclear deal. The tension between the U.S. and Iran has been increasing in recent days after a high-profile attack on two oil tankers in the Strait of Hormuz. The U.S. blamed Iran for the attacks, which the country denied. U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) released new images Monday showing the aftermath of attacks, including some images purporting to show Iranian forces removing an unexploded device from the hull of one of the vessels.

Trump threatens to remove ‘millions’ of illegal immigrants starting next week
President Trump late Monday announced on Twitter that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) will begin the process of “removing the millions of illegal aliens who have illicitly found their way into the U.S.,” but did not elaborate on what new measures will be taken. “They will be removed as fast as they come,” Trump wrote. Mike Morgan, the acting director of ICE, did not announce any new initiatives during his stop in Louisville on Sunday, where he spoke about the humanitarian and national security crisis at the border.

Trump re-election campaign set to officially launch at Orlando rally
President Trump is expected to officially kick off his re-election campaign at a rally in Orlando, Fla. Tuesday night, and supporters have been lining up for days. Trump voters started gathering outside Orlando’s Amway Center more than 40 hours before the event is scheduled to start. The president tweeted on Monday morning that his campaign has received more than 100,000 ticket requests for the event in an arena that only holds 20,000 people.Tune in to Fox News tonight at 8 p.m. ET for live coverage of Trump’s rally.

New Jersey man the latest American tourist to die in the Dominican Republic: Report
The State Department has confirmed to Fox News that another American tourist has died in the Dominican Republic. Reportedly, it was a New Jersey man who was found dead on his hotel room floor. Joseph Allen, 55, of Avenel, New Jersey, was found dead last Thursday morning, WABC reported. The popular Caribbean vacation destination has been grappling with a rash of deaths of U.S. tourists in their hotel rooms at various resorts. Of the seven other recent deaths that have become publicly known, Dominican investigators said five were caused by a heart attack.

Parkland shooting survivor apologizes for racist comments after Harvard rescinds his admission offer
The conservative Parkland shooting survivor and pro-Second Amendment activist who was dropped by Harvard University after past offensive remarks and racial slurs surfaced appeared Monday on “The Story with Martha MacCallum,” where he apologized and asked for forgiveness. “I’m extremely sorry for it and I wish I could take it back but I can’t,” Kyle Kashuv told guest host Ed Henry. “All I can do now is seek to right the wrong.” Kashuv revealed on Twitter that Harvard rescinded his admission after the remarks he made as a 16-year-old came to light. The student, now 18, called comments “offensive,” “idiotic” and “inflammatory” and said he made them before the mass shooting — which transformed him as a person.

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U.S. Navy SEAL Special Operations Chief Gallagher leaves court with his wife after the first day of jury selection at the court-martial trial at Naval Base San Diego
U.S. Navy SEAL Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher leaves court with his wife Andrea, her name tattooed on his wrist, after the first day of jury selection at this court-martial trial at Naval Base San Diego in San Diego, California , U.S., June 17, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Blake

June 18, 2019

By Marty Graham

SAN DIEGO (Reuters) – Opening arguments are set to begin on Tuesday in the trial of a U.S. Navy SEAL court-martialed on charges of murdering a wounded Iraqi prisoner and shooting unarmed civilians, a war crimes case that has drawn the attention of U.S. President Donald Trump.

A jury was selected on Monday in the trial of Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher, City News Service and the Fox affiliate in San Diego reported.

Gallagher, a 39-year-old career combat veteran, has denied all the charges but could face life in prison if convicted in the trial arising from his 2017 deployment to Mosul, Iraq.

The platoon leader is charged with murdering a wounded, helpless Islamic State fighter in his custody by stabbing him in the neck, and with attempted murder in the wounding of two civilians – a schoolgirl and an elderly man – shot from a sniper’s perch in Iraq.

He maintains that fellow SEAL team members in his platoon, who turned him in and are testifying against him under grants of immunity, are disgruntled subordinates who fabricated allegations to force him from command.

Details of the jury were not immediately available. A Navy spokesman said on Monday between 5 and 15 jurors would be selected from a pool, half of whom are officers and the other half enlisted men.

The proceedings in a military courthouse at U.S. Naval Base San Diego are due to last three weeks.

The prosecution’s case rests crucially on the SEAL team members’ testimony as there are no bodies or crime scenes from the Iraqi war zone. Names and other details about the alleged crimes were not disclosed.

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The opening of the trial was postponed several times by a lengthy round of proceedings to deal with defense allegations of prosecutorial misconduct.

Gallagher’s lawyers sought dismissal of the charges after learning that Navy prosecutors had electronically tracked email communications of defense lawyers without a warrant, ostensibly to pinpoint the source of material leaked from sealed case files.

The presiding judge, a Navy captain, ultimately removed the lead prosecutor from the case and freed Gallagher from pre-trial confinement.

The judge also granted defense lawyers a potentially valuable edge in jury selection – the right to reject, with no reason given, two more potential jurors than they otherwise could exclude through the use of a peremptory challenge.

Before he was released from custody late last month, Gallagher had been ordered restricted to base at the nearby Naval Medical Center San Diego.

Trump said last month that he is considering pardons for a number of military service members accused of war crimes, and Gallagher’s case was believed to be one of those under review.

The prospect of presidential clemency seemed heightened by last month’s appointment to Gallagher’s defense team of Marc Mukasey, one of Trump’s personal lawyers.

Gallagher’s lead civilian attorney, Timothy Parlatore, has said his client has not sought a pardon.

(Reporting by Marty Graham in San Diego; Writing and additional reporting by Steve Gorman and Rich McKay; editing by Darren Schuettler)

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A city that was thirsty to celebrate its first major professional sports title in more than a quarter century erupted in joy Monday, with tens of thousands of fans jammed on to the streets of downtown Toronto for the championship parade.

The parade was more than two hours behind schedule as the buses carrying the Raptors were held up by the massive amount of fans on the streets. Just after 2:20 p.m., the national anthem was played at Nathan Phillips Square with the crowd singing O Canada as the wait continued for the Raptors.

It was followed by a flyby from the Royal Canadian Air Force’s Snowbirds demonstration team.

The Raptors finally reached Nathan Phillips Square by 3 p.m., and the ceremony began about 30 minutes later.

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The ceremony was delayed briefly as emcee Matt Devlin went on stage to urge the crowd to stay calm as police dealt with what he called an emergency.

Police tweeted that there were reports of a woman shot near the back of the square and people were running from area. Police later tweeted that they had found two victims with non life-threatening injuries. Two people were in custody and two firearms had been recovered.

The ceremony resumed by 3:55 p.m.

Earlier, Premier Doug Ford was roundly booed as he was introduced on the stage, while Prime Minister Justin Trudeau mostly received cheers.

The Raptors were introduced one by one during the ceremony, as most people in the square pulled out their smart phones, recording the ceremony on the stage.

Raptors superstar Kawhi Leonard came out last, serenaded with chants of “MVP, MVP, MVP!”

The fans then gave a rousing rendition of Queen’s “We Are The Champions” before the politicians began their speeches.

Toronto Raptors forward Kawhi Leonard holds the NBA Finals trophy at the victory parade Monday.

Mayor John Tory said the city would rename a part of Bremner Blvd. as Raptors Way. Tory also gave the team a key to the city, handing it to Leonard.

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After the delay, the speeches continued from the team, including Raptors head coach Nick Nurse.

“I think it was Bono who said ‘the world needs more Canada,’ ” Nurse said to the crowd. “The world just got it!”

Raptors all-star guard Kyle Lowry was greeted with chants of “Lowry, Lowry.”

“We are now world champs together,” Lowry told the fans. “That’s all that really matters.”

Guard Fred VanVleet referenced the franchise’s past failures in the playoffs.

“You guys killed us when we got swept . . . you better celebrate this . . . all summer,” VanVleet said as the crowd roared.

Leonard, a two-time NBA Finals MVP, was introduced by Devlin as the “greatest player in the world.”

“Thank you, enjoy this moment and have fun with this,” said Leonard, who ended his brief remarks with “aha-ha-ha” — presumably mocking his infamous laugh from training camp — which had his teammates bursting with laughter.

Fans responded again by cheering “MVP, MVP, MVP!”

Raptors global ambassador Drake called this one of the most important shows of his life, and urged fans at the square to hug a stranger.

The ceremony wrapped up by about 4:20 p.m.

All day, chants of “Let’s go, Raptors” filled the square and the parade route as a huge crowd gathered to cheer on the team. Aerial footage from the parade showed spectacular shots of people jammed on the streets and in the square, which has a capacity of about 65,000.

The City of Toronto urged fans to head to Yonge-Dundas Square because Nathan Phillips Square was at capacity.

Commuters on public transit were surrounded by fans wearing Raptors gear, with the city swept up in excitement over the team’s NBA championship after defeating the Golden State Warriors last week.

The Burlington Post reported that local GO stations were mobbed as throngs of people commuted to Toronto to attend the parade. The TTC was forced to close Queen, Osgoode, Dundas stations just after 12:30 p.m. due to overcrowding at street level.

The Raptors travelled the parade route, which began at the Princes’ Gate at Exhibition Place, in five open-air double-decker buses. Lowry wore a Damon Stoudamire throwback jersey, a tribute to the franchise’s first superstar.

He was also carrying the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy, given to the NBA champions.

Fans held signs urging Leonard, who could leave as a free agent at the end of the month, to stay with the Raptors.

A laughing Lowry led a chant of “five more years” for the fans to direct at Leonard as their bus slowly inched along the parade route, video from Yahoo Sports Canada shows.

One of the most clever signs was one that read “Board Man Gets Parade” a riff of what Leonard used to say in college (Board Man Gets Paid). Another sign read “Started from Bargnani, now we’re here.”

Leonard was smoking a cigar and wearing a shirt that said Board Man Gets Paid — his belief that to get into the NBA, you had to outwork an opponent because rebounds help you win games.

Amid the craziness as the procession headed to the square was a fan dubbed Plant Guy who handed over his “Kawh-actus” to Leonard as the crowd cheered. The plant was meant to be a “housewarming gift” to Leonard, in a video that went viral after the Raptors won.

All the streets near city hall were full of parents and their kids as well as men and women of all ages to celebrate a historic moment.

If you didn’t know Canada has legalized marijuana, you’re learning something in this crowd, the Star’s Laura Armstrong reports.

By noon, Toronto police said all viewing areas along the route of the Raptors parade were close to capacity, and urging fans to stay off the road so that the players and their floats can move along.

As Nathan Phillips Square filled to capacity, Toronto police tweeted that they’d set up a medical post on Bay St., just east of City Hall, for anyone feeling unwell.

Fire district chief Stephan Powell said firefighters were dealing with about a dozen calls for dehydration in the packed Nathan Phillips Square outside city hall.

Screenshot from Google Maps of the road closures due to the Raptors parade.

Toronto police Const. Jenifferjit Sidhu said several children were separated from their parents during the parade. She said police will bring the children to 52 Division to be reunited with their parents.

Sidhu said there were no reports of unruly fans or arrests.

Toronto police were trying to stop more people from entering the square. Some fans left, saying the crowd was getting rowdy.

Trudeau was with Raptors president Masai Ujiri at the square. Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer and NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh were also spotted in attendance.

Right in front of the stage at the square were three sisters from Hamilton, waiting patiently and anxiously for the celebrations to start at the square. They had been camping out here since 9 p.m. Sunday to ensure they have the best view of the players and celebrities.

“An epic moment,” said Christine Demesa, who along with her sisters Jen and Alexa were waving Raptors flags and donning NBA Champions hats.

“Turn up the music please. Let’s roll.”

Flags from Cameroon (where Pascal Siakam is from) and the Congo (for Serge Ibaka) could be spotted in the sea of people celebrating.

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Ronnie Gaffe said he drove in from Brampton and arrived in the city at 4 a.m.

“This is a chance of a lifetime,” he said as he recalled all the ups and downs he and other fans have been through for 25 years.

“I’m 55 and I was literally crying like a baby the night they won. So much emotions right now.”

There were safety concerns at the square as people climbed on to the arches to get a better view. Kids and people suffering from panic attacks were also pulled out of the crowd, the Star’s Bruce Arthur reports.

There were also safety concerns near the parade route, with cars pulled over on the Gardiner Expressway as motorists stopped and got out of their vehicles to watch the parade below on Lake Shore Blvd.

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‘This isn’t real!’ Raptors fans camp out for championship parade

The area around the Princes’ Gates was jammed with fans jockeying for position, waiting to get a glimpse of their favourite players and the NBA championship trophy. The parade began there just before 10:30 a.m., and slowly headed to a rally at the square, scheduled to start at about 12:30 p.m.

The Fernandez family said they made the trip from Milton, and stayed at a nearby hotel Sunday night.

“It’s unbelievable,” said fan Aldrin Fernandes, while standing near the Princes’ Gates with his wife Tanya and children, Raphael, 7, and Shawn, 6.

“We couldn’t miss this moment because it could be once in a lifetime.”

Aldrin’s wife, Tanya, said the scene was “fantastic.”

“We’re going to follow the route as far as we can with the kids,” she said. “We’re super excited to get a glimpse of them.”

“I think we’re fans for life,” she added.

Mayor John Tory, who urged employers to give their workers time off to attend the celebrations, declared Monday “We The North Day” in Toronto.

Coronation Park, near Exhibition Place, hosted a viewing party to help relieve congestion.

The parade was scheduled to depart from the Princes’ Gates, heading east on Lake Shore Blvd., then north on York St. and University Ave. to Queen St. W., before ending at Nathan Phillips Square.

Lowry’s bus passed Bathurst St. at 12:10 p.m., so festivities were well behind schedule.

Raptors global ambassador Drake, who partied with the team in Las Vegas, was on one of the buses with Leonard, Lowry and VanVleet.

Another bus had Serge Ibaka, Jodie Meeks and Malcolm Miller.

Danny Green, Norman Powell and Chris Boucher were on another bus.

Bus No. 4 had Pascal Siakam, OG Anunoby and Patrick McCaw.

Bus No. 5 had Marc Gasol, Eric Moreland, Jeremy Lin and Jordan Loyd.

Superfan Nav Bhatia was the honorary parade marshal. Bhatia was at Princes’ Gate, snapping photos with fans as he rode around the grounds on a golf cart.

“It’s good for the city and good for the country,” said Bhatia, who said he was humbled by the outpouring of love for him.

“There is a lot of love flowing through here. This is amazing.”

The last time the city held a sports celebration of this magnitude was after the Toronto Blue Jays won the World Series in 1993. That parade saw fans climbing trees and statues on city streets to catch a glimpse of a team that included Joe Carter and Roberto Alomar.

Then-premier Bob Rae took part in those celebrations, flashing a sign that read “No speech today — Hooray for the Jays.” Current Premier Doug Ford has said he intends to watch this event with the masses.

His press secretary said Ford wants the day to be about the fans and players, not politicians.

The Golden State Warriors took a full-page ad in the Toronto Star on Monday to congratulate the Raptors on their NBA championship.

With files from The Canadian Press

Jason Miller is a breaking news reporter based in Toronto. Reach him on email: jasonmiller@thestar.ca or follow him on Twitter: @millermotionpic

Gilbert Ngabo is a breaking news reporter based in Toronto. Follow him on Twitter: @dugilbo

A city that was thirsty to celebrate its first major professional sports title in more than a quarter century erupted in joy Monday, with tens of thousands of fans jammed on to the streets of downtown Toronto for the championship parade.

The parade was more than two hours behind schedule as the buses carrying the Raptors were held up by the massive amount of fans on the streets. Just after 2:20 p.m., the national anthem was played at Nathan Phillips Square with the crowd singing O Canada as the wait continued for the Raptors.

It was followed by a flyby from the Royal Canadian Air Force’s Snowbirds demonstration team.

The Raptors finally reached Nathan Phillips Square by 3 p.m., and the ceremony began about 30 minutes later.

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The ceremony was delayed briefly as emcee Matt Devlin went on stage to urge the crowd to stay calm as police dealt with what he called an emergency.

Police tweeted that there were reports of a woman shot near the back of the square and people were running from area. Police later tweeted that they had found two victims with non life-threatening injuries. Two people were in custody and two firearms had been recovered.

The ceremony resumed by 3:55 p.m.

Earlier, Premier Doug Ford was roundly booed as he was introduced on the stage, while Prime Minister Justin Trudeau mostly received cheers.

The Raptors were introduced one by one during the ceremony, as most people in the square pulled out their smart phones, recording the ceremony on the stage.

Raptors superstar Kawhi Leonard came out last, serenaded with chants of “MVP, MVP, MVP!”

The fans then gave a rousing rendition of Queen’s “We Are The Champions” before the politicians began their speeches.

Toronto Raptors forward Kawhi Leonard holds the NBA Finals trophy at the victory parade Monday.

Mayor John Tory said the city would rename a part of Bremner Blvd. as Raptors Way. Tory also gave the team a key to the city, handing it to Leonard.

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After the delay, the speeches continued from the team, including Raptors head coach Nick Nurse.

“I think it was Bono who said ‘the world needs more Canada,’ ” Nurse said to the crowd. “The world just got it!”

Raptors all-star guard Kyle Lowry was greeted with chants of “Lowry, Lowry.”

“We are now world champs together,” Lowry told the fans. “That’s all that really matters.”

Guard Fred VanVleet referenced the franchise’s past failures in the playoffs.

“You guys killed us when we got swept . . . you better celebrate this . . . all summer,” VanVleet said as the crowd roared.

Leonard, a two-time NBA Finals MVP, was introduced by Devlin as the “greatest player in the world.”

“Thank you, enjoy this moment and have fun with this,” said Leonard, who ended his brief remarks with “aha-ha-ha” — presumably mocking his infamous laugh from training camp — which had his teammates bursting with laughter.

Fans responded again by cheering “MVP, MVP, MVP!”

Raptors global ambassador Drake called this one of the most important shows of his life, and urged fans at the square to hug a stranger.

The ceremony wrapped up by about 4:20 p.m.

All day, chants of “Let’s go, Raptors” filled the square and the parade route as a huge crowd gathered to cheer on the team. Aerial footage from the parade showed spectacular shots of people jammed on the streets and in the square, which has a capacity of about 65,000.

The City of Toronto urged fans to head to Yonge-Dundas Square because Nathan Phillips Square was at capacity.

Commuters on public transit were surrounded by fans wearing Raptors gear, with the city swept up in excitement over the team’s NBA championship after defeating the Golden State Warriors last week.

The Burlington Post reported that local GO stations were mobbed as throngs of people commuted to Toronto to attend the parade. The TTC was forced to close Queen, Osgoode, Dundas stations just after 12:30 p.m. due to overcrowding at street level.

The Raptors travelled the parade route, which began at the Princes’ Gate at Exhibition Place, in five open-air double-decker buses. Lowry wore a Damon Stoudamire throwback jersey, a tribute to the franchise’s first superstar.

He was also carrying the Larry O’Brien Championship Trophy, given to the NBA champions.

Fans held signs urging Leonard, who could leave as a free agent at the end of the month, to stay with the Raptors.

A laughing Lowry led a chant of “five more years” for the fans to direct at Leonard as their bus slowly inched along the parade route, video from Yahoo Sports Canada shows.

One of the most clever signs was one that read “Board Man Gets Parade” a riff of what Leonard used to say in college (Board Man Gets Paid). Another sign read “Started from Bargnani, now we’re here.”

Leonard was smoking a cigar and wearing a shirt that said Board Man Gets Paid — his belief that to get into the NBA, you had to outwork an opponent because rebounds help you win games.

Amid the craziness as the procession headed to the square was a fan dubbed Plant Guy who handed over his “Kawh-actus” to Leonard as the crowd cheered. The plant was meant to be a “housewarming gift” to Leonard, in a video that went viral after the Raptors won.

All the streets near city hall were full of parents and their kids as well as men and women of all ages to celebrate a historic moment.

If you didn’t know Canada has legalized marijuana, you’re learning something in this crowd, the Star’s Laura Armstrong reports.

By noon, Toronto police said all viewing areas along the route of the Raptors parade were close to capacity, and urging fans to stay off the road so that the players and their floats can move along.

As Nathan Phillips Square filled to capacity, Toronto police tweeted that they’d set up a medical post on Bay St., just east of City Hall, for anyone feeling unwell.

Fire district chief Stephan Powell said firefighters were dealing with about a dozen calls for dehydration in the packed Nathan Phillips Square outside city hall.

Screenshot from Google Maps of the road closures due to the Raptors parade.

Toronto police Const. Jenifferjit Sidhu said several children were separated from their parents during the parade. She said police will bring the children to 52 Division to be reunited with their parents.

Sidhu said there were no reports of unruly fans or arrests.

Toronto police were trying to stop more people from entering the square. Some fans left, saying the crowd was getting rowdy.

Trudeau was with Raptors president Masai Ujiri at the square. Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer and NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh were also spotted in attendance.

Right in front of the stage at the square were three sisters from Hamilton, waiting patiently and anxiously for the celebrations to start at the square. They had been camping out here since 9 p.m. Sunday to ensure they have the best view of the players and celebrities.

“An epic moment,” said Christine Demesa, who along with her sisters Jen and Alexa were waving Raptors flags and donning NBA Champions hats.

“Turn up the music please. Let’s roll.”

Flags from Cameroon (where Pascal Siakam is from) and the Congo (for Serge Ibaka) could be spotted in the sea of people celebrating.

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Ronnie Gaffe said he drove in from Brampton and arrived in the city at 4 a.m.

“This is a chance of a lifetime,” he said as he recalled all the ups and downs he and other fans have been through for 25 years.

“I’m 55 and I was literally crying like a baby the night they won. So much emotions right now.”

There were safety concerns at the square as people climbed on to the arches to get a better view. Kids and people suffering from panic attacks were also pulled out of the crowd, the Star’s Bruce Arthur reports.

There were also safety concerns near the parade route, with cars pulled over on the Gardiner Expressway as motorists stopped and got out of their vehicles to watch the parade below on Lake Shore Blvd.

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The area around the Princes’ Gates was jammed with fans jockeying for position, waiting to get a glimpse of their favourite players and the NBA championship trophy. The parade began there just before 10:30 a.m., and slowly headed to a rally at the square, scheduled to start at about 12:30 p.m.

The Fernandez family said they made the trip from Milton, and stayed at a nearby hotel Sunday night.

“It’s unbelievable,” said fan Aldrin Fernandes, while standing near the Princes’ Gates with his wife Tanya and children, Raphael, 7, and Shawn, 6.

“We couldn’t miss this moment because it could be once in a lifetime.”

Aldrin’s wife, Tanya, said the scene was “fantastic.”

“We’re going to follow the route as far as we can with the kids,” she said. “We’re super excited to get a glimpse of them.”

“I think we’re fans for life,” she added.

Mayor John Tory, who urged employers to give their workers time off to attend the celebrations, declared Monday “We The North Day” in Toronto.

Coronation Park, near Exhibition Place, hosted a viewing party to help relieve congestion.

The parade was scheduled to depart from the Princes’ Gates, heading east on Lake Shore Blvd., then north on York St. and University Ave. to Queen St. W., before ending at Nathan Phillips Square.

Lowry’s bus passed Bathurst St. at 12:10 p.m., so festivities were well behind schedule.

Raptors global ambassador Drake, who partied with the team in Las Vegas, was on one of the buses with Leonard, Lowry and VanVleet.

Another bus had Serge Ibaka, Jodie Meeks and Malcolm Miller.

Danny Green, Norman Powell and Chris Boucher were on another bus.

Bus No. 4 had Pascal Siakam, OG Anunoby and Patrick McCaw.

Bus No. 5 had Marc Gasol, Eric Moreland, Jeremy Lin and Jordan Loyd.

Superfan Nav Bhatia was the honorary parade marshal. Bhatia was at Princes’ Gate, snapping photos with fans as he rode around the grounds on a golf cart.

“It’s good for the city and good for the country,” said Bhatia, who said he was humbled by the outpouring of love for him.

“There is a lot of love flowing through here. This is amazing.”

The last time the city held a sports celebration of this magnitude was after the Toronto Blue Jays won the World Series in 1993. That parade saw fans climbing trees and statues on city streets to catch a glimpse of a team that included Joe Carter and Roberto Alomar.

Then-premier Bob Rae took part in those celebrations, flashing a sign that read “No speech today — Hooray for the Jays.” Current Premier Doug Ford has said he intends to watch this event with the masses.

His press secretary said Ford wants the day to be about the fans and players, not politicians.

The Golden State Warriors took a full-page ad in the Toronto Star on Monday to congratulate the Raptors on their NBA championship.

With files from The Canadian Press

Jason Miller is a breaking news reporter based in Toronto. Reach him on email: jasonmiller@thestar.ca or follow him on Twitter: @millermotionpic

Gilbert Ngabo is a breaking news reporter based in Toronto. Follow him on Twitter: @dugilbo

Toronto police confirmed they located two victims with serious but non-life-threatening injuries and have two people in custody following reports of a shooting in the Nathan Phillips Square area at Bay St. and Albert St. Monday afternoon.

Toronto Const. David Hopkinson said police don’t believe there’s a threat to public safety right now.

Police tweeted earlier that they had two people in custody and recovered two firearms.

Hopkinson said the shooting situation was dealt with very quickly, and police made two arrests. Two victims were quickly found and are receiving medical attention.

Just before 4 p.m., police tweeted they had received reports of a woman shot near the back of the square and people were running from area.

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The incident happened as huge crowds gathered to celebrate the Toronto Raptors’ NBA championship win. The city earlier said the square was at capacity.

Andrew Brown-Kerr, 25, of Brampton was in the crowd, standing under the arch at Nathan Phillips Square when he heard popping sounds that he said did not sound like fireworks.

“We tried our best to escape,” he said. “We saw a lady get trampled, a pregnant woman fall. We saw some kids getting trampled and parents trying to protect them.”

He and his friend were unharmed.

The ceremony was delayed briefly as emcee Matt Devlin went on stage to urge the crowd to stay calm as police dealt with what he called an emergency. The ceremony then resumed just before 4 p.m.

Police were also summoned to the Eaton Centre Plaza for reports of at least one stabbing following a fight with a group of men, police said Monday afternoon. Police have not said if the stabbing is connected in any way to the parade.

In a tweet, police said three men were stabbed and that none of the injuries are life-threatening; in a update, police said a stabbing victim in the same area suffered serious injuries and police are investigating, adding its not clear if the stabbings were two separate incidents.

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With files from Wendy Gillis

Sherina Harris is a breaking news reporter, working out of the Star’s radio room in Toronto. Follow her on Twitter: @sherinaharris

Francine Kopun is a Toronto-based reporter covering city politics. Follow her on Twitter: @KopunF

Toronto police confirmed they located two victims with serious but non-life-threatening injuries and have two people in custody following reports of a shooting in the Nathan Phillips Square area at Bay St. and Albert St. Monday afternoon.

Toronto Const. David Hopkinson said police don’t believe there’s a threat to public safety right now.

Police tweeted earlier that they had two people in custody and recovered two firearms.

Hopkinson said the shooting situation was dealt with very quickly, and police made two arrests. Two victims were quickly found and are receiving medical attention.

Just before 4 p.m., police tweeted they had received reports of a woman shot near the back of the square and people were running from area.

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The incident happened as huge crowds gathered to celebrate the Toronto Raptors’ NBA championship win. The city earlier said the square was at capacity.

Andrew Brown-Kerr, 25, of Brampton was in the crowd, standing under the arch at Nathan Phillips Square when he heard popping sounds that he said did not sound like fireworks.

“We tried our best to escape,” he said. “We saw a lady get trampled, a pregnant woman fall. We saw some kids getting trampled and parents trying to protect them.”

He and his friend were unharmed.

The ceremony was delayed briefly as emcee Matt Devlin went on stage to urge the crowd to stay calm as police dealt with what he called an emergency. The ceremony then resumed just before 4 p.m.

Police were also summoned to the Eaton Centre Plaza for reports of at least one stabbing following a fight with a group of men, police said Monday afternoon. Police have not said if the stabbing is connected in any way to the parade.

In a tweet, police said three men were stabbed and that none of the injuries are life-threatening; in a update, police said a stabbing victim in the same area suffered serious injuries and police are investigating, adding its not clear if the stabbings were two separate incidents.

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With files from Wendy Gillis

Sherina Harris is a breaking news reporter, working out of the Star’s radio room in Toronto. Follow her on Twitter: @sherinaharris

Francine Kopun is a Toronto-based reporter covering city politics. Follow her on Twitter: @KopunF

Toronto fans watch a man climb down a poll as they fill the streets in front of the city hall, during the Toronto Raptors NBA Championship celebration parade at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto
Toronto fans watch a man climb down a poll as they fill the streets in front of the city hall, during the Toronto Raptors NBA Championship celebration parade at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, June 17, 2019. REUTERS/Hyungwon Kang

June 17, 2019

By Tyler Choi

TORONTO (Reuters) – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was among 2 million fans cheering the NBA champion Toronto Raptors at a victory parade through the city on Monday that was briefly interrupted by nearby gunfire that injured two people and caused many attendees to scatter for safety.

Two people were seriously wounded during a shooting, but neither suffered life-threatening injuries, Toronto police said on Twitter. Two people have been taken into custody and two firearms were recovered, police said. The investigation is ongoing.

The shots were fired near Nathan Phillips Square, the parade’s final destination, causing a chaotic scene toward the back of the huge crowd. However, the incident caused only a brief pause in the celebratory speeches, which were still going on.

(Reporting by Tyler Choi; Additional reporting by Canice Leung and Steve Scherer; Editing by Denny Thomas, Bill Berkrot and Lisa Shumaker)

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A new policy from Salesforce that bars customers from using its business software to sell high-capacity firearms underscores the risk that large companies will wield their outsize influence to support social changes that lack broad support from federal lawmakers and voters, gun rights groups say.

The San Francisco-based company appears to be taking a page from the banking industry, where some lenders have restricted services to gun retailers and firearms manufacturers, said Mark Oliva, public affairs director for the National Shooting Sports Foundation, a trade group that represents the firearms industry. It’s an example, he said, of advocacy “running amok.”

“Some people may think this is a great idea, but if it is allowed now because the targeted product is a particular type of firearm, what’s to prevent this or another company from deciding sometime in the future to essentially blacklist another product it doesn’t like?” said Alan Gottlieb, chairman of the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms.

At that point, he said, “we’re not talking about an affront to the Second Amendment and millions of law-abiding firearms owners, we’re talking about possible restraint of trade.”

The policy from Salesforce, a cloud-based software company, follows congressional inaction after a series of deadly mass shootings including the killing of 11 people at a Virginia Beach, Va., municipal building in May, 17 students and staff at a South Florida high school in February 2018, and 58 people at a Las Vegas music festival in October 2017.

The violence prompted calls for tighter restrictions on sales of high-capacity weapons and equipment such as silencers. Gun rights supporters pushed back, citing the Second Amendment’s guarantee of the right to bear arms and arguing that legal restrictions wouldn’t keep criminals from getting guns.

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At least one other mine attached to the tanker’s hull detonated, causing the blast. It happened near the strategic Strait of Hormuz, a key route for oil shipments in the region. A U.S. official told Fox News an Iranian gunboat approached the Kokuka Courageous later in the day and removed the unexploded triangular-shaped limpet mine, the same type of mine used to damage four other tankers in the Gulf of Oman last month.

WH press secretary Sarah Sanders will leave office by the end of the month, Trump says

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Man killed by US Marshals Service was wanted in connection with Mississippi shooting

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