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one of the members had tied a tuft of his hair with a red ribbon. State television reported 80 hostages escaped as the fighting continued, North Korea and Venezuela – although the restrictions on Venezuela are narrowly crafted, Write to Katie Reilly at Katie. The software updates allow you to customise the control centre, a half-way house for North Dakota Department of Corrections inmates transitioning back into society. saying that assault required a higher level of expertise than any armed group in Syria is known to possess.stakes.China’s navy could for example try to block or attempt to surround US vessels they said risking an escalationGiven months of debate already in Washington over the first such patrol close to the Chinese outposts since 2012 several regional security experts and former naval officers said the US government might be reluctant to do them oftenUS allies such as Japan and Australia are unlikely to follow with their own direct challenges toChina despite their concerns over freedom of navigation along vital trade routes they added"This cannot be a one-off" said Ian Storey aSouthChinaSeaexpert at Singapore’s Institute ofSoutheast Asian Studies"The US navy will have to conduct these kinds ofpatrolson a regular basis to reinforce their message"The Obama administration has said it would testChina’s territorial claims to the area after months of pressure from Congress and the US military It has not given a timeframe"I think we have been very clear – that we intend to do this" State Department spokesman Mark Toner told reporters last MondayChinese Foreign Ministry officials said this month thatBeijingwould "never allow any country to violateChina’s territorial waters and airspace in the Spratly islands in the name of protecting navigation and overflight"Under the UN Convention on the Law of theSea 12-nautical mile limits cannot be set around man-made islands built on previously submerged reefsFour of the seven reefsChinahas reclaimed over the last two years were completely submerged at high tide before construction began legal scholars sayChinaclaims most of theSouthChinaSea Other claimants are Vietnam the Philippines Malaysia Brunei and Taiwan"NO-GO ZONE"Bonnie Glaser a security expert at Washington’s Center for Strategic and International Studies said US missions would likely be regular with the navy wanting to ensure it did not become effectively shut out of the area "I know the US does not want that outcome Nobody wants to give the Chinese a new no-go zone and an effective territorialseathey are not entitled to" she saidGlaser said she believedChinawould be careful about interfering with a US patrol despite past frictionsMyles Caggins a spokesman for the White House National Security Council declined to comment when asked whether a US show of force might be more symbolism than substance unless there was a sustained naval effort or whether the administration was factoring in further Chinese assertivenessHe said US thinking was illustrated by President Barack Obama’s statement at a news conference with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Washington last month that "the United States will continue to sail fly and operate anywhere that international law allows"Despite Xi’s comment at the news conference that the man-made islands would not be militarised some mainland Chinese analysts believe the reclamations will form the heart of a new military screen protecting Chinese submarines onsouthern Hainan Island as well as boasting extensive civilian facilitiesThese submarines will soon carry nuclear weapons and represent the core ofChina’s nuclear deterrence giving it a second strike capability"DANGEROUSESCALATION"WhileChina’s outposts are seen as vulnerable in a conflict up until that point they will allowBeijingto extend both civilian activities such as fishing and oil exploration as well as militarypatrols One airstrip is finished and two others are being builtZhang Baohui a Chinese security expert at Hong Kong’s Lingnan University said he feared a "dangerousescalation" withChinalikely to react to any attempt to make thepatrolsroutineRather than freedom of navigation Zhang said he believedBeijingsaw the issue as one of great power rivalry"It is all about power and that is what makes this so dangerous" he saidChinahad never formally declared a 12-mile territorial zone around the reclamations so any US show of force was premature he addedSam Bateman an adviser to Singapore’s S Rajaratnam School of International Studies and a former Australian naval officer also noted the lack of any formal declaration adding Washington risked underestimatingChina’s angst over being contained in theSouthChinaSea"There is a real risk of a confrontation betweenChinaand the US that the US might have to withdraw from" he said urging more diplomacy instead"I’m not sure what their end-game is"It seemed that was the last thing the 92-year-old wanted to happenOn Monday police were called to a home in the Arizona town of Fountain Hills just outside of Phoenix and found Blessing’s 72-year-old son dead He had been shot in the neck and jaw court records say The suspect: his mother who police found in her bedroom sitting in her recliner"You took my life so I’m taking yours" Blessing said as officers were arresting herBlessing had been living with her son and his girlfriend in the Fountain Hills home for six months Authorities say the elderly woman felt her son who was not identified was taking her life away by sending her to an assisted living facility On Monday morning police said Blessing grabbed two guns she had kept under a shelf in her bedroom – a revolver she bought at a gun store in the late 1970s and a 25-caliber pistol her late husband gave her She placed them in the pockets of her robe and went to the master’s bedroom where her son and his girlfriend were and confronted him about his plans for her according to a probable cause statementBlessing told her son that she was tired of how he was treating her the son’s girlfriend who also was not identified told police Blessing then fired a round from her revolver shattering a mirror in the bedroom’s bathroom authorities say She fired another causing her son to fall to the ground She bent down to check his pulse Blessing told police and realized that she had just killed her own sonBlessing then turned her attention to her son’s girlfriend who hid by the bed court records sayThe girlfriend said Blessing pointed the revolver at her She wrestled it away from the elderly woman and threw it toward a corner of the bedroom Blessing took her second gun from her robe’s pocket Her son’s girlfriend again wrestled it away ran out of the bedroom and called 911 court records sayBefore police arrived Blessing walked back to her room and sat in her recliner intending to kill herself but she didn’t have any more guns she told policeBlessing is now facing felony charges including murder and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon The revolver and the pistol both of which Blessing said she had not used since the 1970s were found in the bedroom When investigators asked her what she thinks should happen to her Blessing said she should be "put to sleep" for what she had done according to court records"It is always concerning when domestic issues escalate to violence or tragic outcomes" Maricopa County Sheriff Paul Penzone said in a statement "They are often isolated and neither predictable nor preventable"On Tuesday Blessing appeared in court sitting in a wheelchair and wearing a bright-orange jail uniform She will be represented by the Maricopa County public defender’s office though her attorney has not been namedShe is being held on a $500000 cash-only bondBlessing who is retired did not have previous arrests in Maricopa County according to court recordsAuthorInformation: Kristine Phillips is a member of The Washington Post’s general assignment team She previously covered criminal justice courts and legal affairs at the Indianapolis Star? 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