• Officer Shoots Mall Theft Suspect that Showed Fake Gun

    Officer Shoots Mall Theft Suspect that Showed Fake Gun

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    The suspect was taken to a local hospital. The name of the police officer who shot the suspect was also not revealed. The officer involved is believed to be OK, and there were no other injuries. Mall officials said the mall will be open during normal business hours on Monday. He said, "Officers can not make a distinction between the two, especially...
  • New Jersey church vandalism won't be probed as bias crime after arrest

    New Jersey church vandalism won't be probed as bias crime after arrest

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    At one church, a stained glass window was shattered. Church said some congregants were so unsettled by what happened that they opted not to attend Sunday services. This is a wonderful community and will come together and I hope even for this gentleman the community comes together and tries to heal whatever issue he has and that the pastors got together we have a conversation about it".
  • Christmas tree shoppers out earlier this year due to shortages

    Christmas tree shoppers out earlier this year due to shortages

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    Van Rock says they come here every year, telling us: "Looking for the flawless tree. that's challenging". "It's fun for the fellowship, family coming out and walking around the field and picking them out". Iowa Christmas tree farms devote over 1,500 acres to Christmas tree production in Iowa and as a result harvest approximately 39,500 Christmas trees each year.
  • FHP arrest the driver involved in the Turnpike shooting

    FHP arrest the driver involved in the Turnpike shooting

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    Florida Highway Patrol are working a shooting on the Florida Turnpike. Troopers are looking for the suspect shooter, who is in a gray Toyota Camry. The victims, who were from Miami , were taken to Orlando Regional Medical Center after suffering minor injuries from glass, bullet and metal fragments, reported ABC .
  • Ashes: England need big hundreds to beat Australia - Michael Vaughan

    Ashes: England need big hundreds to beat Australia - Michael Vaughan

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    Despite a brief counter-attack from Moeen and Jonny Bairstow, after the interval, England's lower order were blown away by the hostility of the home side's attack, losing their last five wickets for 40 runs. I thought I was all right personally, but the replay did make it look tight. Mentioning about the timing of his dismissal, Ali said that he was disappointed to go back in the pavilion as he had started to build a partnership with Jonny Bairstow.
  • Galleria At Crystal Run Mall Shooting Photos: Full Story & Must-See Details

    Galleria At Crystal Run Mall Shooting Photos: Full Story & Must-See Details

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    Two people have been injured, but it is unclear whether they were shot. One witness tweeted that police vehicles and ambulances were "everywhere" outside of the busy mall. The incident comes after shoppers flooded malls across the USA for Black Friday deals. Authorities had not released information about possible casualties as of the latest reports available.
  • Two injured in shooting at NY shopping mall

    Two injured in shooting at NY shopping mall

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    Two people were injured, but it is not clear whether the two people injured were shot. On social media, witnesses described dozens of emergency vehicles, with helicopters flying overhead. "It was insane and chaotic", one witness told the Post . Middletown is a city in Orange County, New York, about an hour and a half from New York City.
  • Men who reported to police after Oxford Circus incident released without charge

    Men who reported to police after Oxford Circus incident released without charge

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    Several people were injured and nine were taken to hospital, including one with leg injuries, while armed police raced to the scene after receiving 999 calls reporting that shots had been fired. A spokeswoman for the BTP said: "There are no criminal proceedings against them". "Officers believe that an altercation erupted between two men on the platform".
  • Woman receives final birthday gift from father five years after his death

    Woman receives final birthday gift from father five years after his death

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    And while the lovely flowers are special to Sellers, it does make her special day rather hard. Her father, Mike, was diagnosed with Stage 4 Pancreatic cancer in 2013. "It was hard. It was very hard on me", Sellers said. One follower pointed out similarities with the movie P.S I Love You in which a husband who has passed away from cancer organises for a year's worth of letters to be sent to his grieving wife.
  • Syria activists: Government attacks outside Damascus kill 22

    Syria activists: Government attacks outside Damascus kill 22

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    The Observatory said at least 34 civilians were killed by a Russian airstrike. However, the death toll may rise as scores of people got injured in the attacks. Guney Yildiz, from the European Council of Foreign Relations, said that Syrian forces are stepping up attacks against opposition fighters in advance of new negotiations in Geneva starting on Tuesday.
  • Background checks for guns purchases set Black Friday record

    Background checks for guns purchases set Black Friday record

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    Gun checks, required for purchases at federally licensed firearm dealers, are not a measure of actual gun sales. TVs and clothes weren't the only products in demand this Black Friday: For the third year in a row, the shopping holiday set a single-day record for firearm background checks.
  • Iran accuses United States over Saudi 'atrocities' in Yemen

    Iran accuses United States over Saudi 'atrocities' in Yemen

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    Accusing Washington to relay the allegations "totally unfounded" against Iran, Mr. Ghassemi complains that Washington "supports openly by words, the continuation of the atrocities in gruesome acts committed by" Arabia and Yemen. Iranian Foreign Ministry has accused the United States of being "complicit, and responsible for" Saudi Arabia's "crimes against Yemen". On Wednesday, the Saudi-led coalition fighting Yemeni dominant Shiite Houthi rebels said it would allow access of humanitarian ...
  • Irish government 'likely to collapse before Brexit talks'

    Irish government 'likely to collapse before Brexit talks'

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    Fianna Fail props up the minority government, and the prospect of a snap election looms if it removes its support. The instability comes just ahead of a major Brexit summit in December where the European Council will decide if the United Kingdom can move onto the next phase of negotiations.
  • Trump returns to Palm Beach golf club on Sunday

    Trump returns to Palm Beach golf club on Sunday

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    According to the network CNN , Mr. Trump would have passed practically on the golf course three times more than Barack Obama during his first year in post and more time that has passed president George W. The incident with the van driver was not the first time Trump's motorcade has drawn obscene gestures from passers-by. In late October, a woman in Virginia famously flipped off the presidential procession in Virginia as it drove by while she rode her bicycle.
  • Pelosi: 'John Conyers is an icon in our country'

    Pelosi: 'John Conyers is an icon in our country'

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    The representative did not admit fault in the settlement, and continues to deny the allegations. Pelosi further noted that Conyers is entitled to "due process" over the allegations while wondering aloud how many accusations have been made against the lawmaker.
  • Temperature in Kashmir drops rapidly, Srinagar records minus 2.3 C

    Temperature in Kashmir drops rapidly, Srinagar records minus 2.3 C

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    The weatherman has predicted clear sky tomorrow and possibility of mist in the morning while the maximum and minimum temperatures are likely to hover around 26 degrees Celsius and eight degrees Celsius respectively. Srinagar, the summer capital of J&K, recorded a minimum temperature of minus 0.2 degrees while the famous ski-resort of Gulmarg in north Kashmir had a low of minus 3.6 degrees, the official said.
  • IFFI 2017: Kerala HC declines to stay order to screen S Durga

    IFFI 2017: Kerala HC declines to stay order to screen S Durga

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    Durga " director Sanal Kumar Sasidaran said on Saturday said the Information and Broadcasting Ministry authorities have been acting like they have declared war on him and are treating his film " S. In the appeal, the government had stated that the film , though selected by the jury, had not secured the exemption as required under the Panorama regulation in the absence of any certification from the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC).