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DAMASCUS, Aug. 10 (Xinhua) -- Syrian authorities Monday arrested a relative of President Bashar al-Assad on charges of murdering an army officer Authentic New York Giants Jersey , the state-run TV said.
Authorities arrested Slaiman al-Assad, accused him of gunning down Colonel Hassan al-Sheikh over a road rage incident in the coastal city of Latakia.
Slaiman al-Assad reportedly shot down Colonel al-Sheikh in front of his brother and two children in Latakia Thursday.
Al-Sheikh's brother, who was riding with him during the incident, informed Sham FM radio during an interview that around 7:15 p.m. local time Thursday, he and his brother were driving on the beach road Authentic New Orleans Saints Jersey , arriving at the Afamia area, when a large Toyota flashed its lights behind them, honking its horn at the colonel's car signaling it should move out of the way.
The colonel, unable to turn because there was a checkpoint to his right and cars to his left said, "the driver behind us insisted on honking his horn at us."
The car passed by us Authentic New England Patriots Jersey , slamming its breaks before us, prompting the colonel to step out of his car and head towards the Toyota driver, one hundred meters ahead, before reaching the Azhari roundabout.
"He told him I am Colonel Hassan al-Sheikh. However, the Toyota driver badmouthed him Authentic Minnesota Vikings Jersey , along with the Syrian army, and drew his Kalashnikov, firing towards us," the colonel's brother told the radio.
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The colonel's brother said he filed an official complaint, accusing Slaiman al-Assad of killing his brother. Reports said eye witnesses on the street also recognized the perpetrator as Slaiman al-Assad.
Slaiman is the son of Hilal al-Assad, former head of the paramilitary National Defense Forces (NDF), killed earlier this year when a rocket slammed into his post in the Latakia countryside.
Slaiman is a young man known for his recklessness and bad reputation among the youth of Latakia University Authentic Los Angeles Rams Jersey , according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
Resentment and tension overwhelmed Latakia over the killing of the officer by one of Assad's family members as Latakia is the hometown of President Assad and the heartland of this Alawite minority, which lost several of its young men in battles against the insurgency.
Protesters took to the streets over the weekend in Latakia urging authorities to bring Slaiman to justice.
The president reportedly promised the slain officer's family that he will bring the perpetrator to justice.
Observers believe the incident could have incited a rift among the Alawite minority in Latakia, however Slaiman's incarceration should alleviate tensions.
FRAMINGHAM， United States， Dec. 1 (Xinhua) -- The growth in worldwide smartphone shipments is expected to grow at a nearly flat rate in 2016， while shipments of 4G smartphones remain robust， according to research firm International Data Corp. (IDC).
Global smartphone shipments are expected to reach 1.45 billion units， with a year-on-year growth rate of 0.6 percent in 2016， down sharply from a 10.4-percent increase in 2015， the latest forecast from the IDC Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker released Tuesday showed.
The sluggish growth forecast is partly due to an estimated 11-percent decrease in shipments of Apple's iPhone， IDC data showed.
All signs point to 2016 being the first full year of declining shipments for Apple's iPhone， which held 14.3 percent of the global smartphone market share this year， said the IDC.
However， global 4G smartphone shipments are still expected to show double-digit growth at 21.3 percent year on year， reaching 1.17 billion units， up from 967 million in 2015， said the IDC.
Much of this growth is coming from emerging markets like Asia-Pacific excluding Japan， Latin America， Central and Eastern Europe， and the Middle East and Africa， where only 61 percent of 2015 smartphone shipments were 4G-enabled， compared to IDC's 2016 projection of 77 percent.
Due to expensive 4G data tariffs and handsets， it has been a "long slog" for 4G uptake in many emerging markets， said Melissa Chau， associate research director with the IDC's Worldwide Mobile Device Trackers.
However， the situation has changed quickly in key growth markets like India where a new operator is aggressively trying to shake up the market by handing out free 4G sim cards and launching own-branded low-cost 4G-enabled smartphones， Chau added.
Meanwhile， mature markets like the United Sates， Canada， Japan and Western Europe are further along the 4G adoption curve with 85 percent in 2015 and a projected 94 percent in 2016， said the IDC.
"As we approach the holiday quarter， smartphone marketing has picked up significantly across almost all regions as expected，" said Ryan Reith， program vice president with the IDC's Worldwide Mobile Device Trackers.
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