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The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department has posted on its Twitter account that demonstrators are destroying marked police vehicles and one officer has sustained injuries that are not life threatening. A gun the man was holding was found at the scene, police said. The officers have been placed on administrative leave, as is standard procedure in such cases.
  • Photos of man pulling child's hair prompt investigation

    Photos of man pulling child's hair prompt investigation

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    Another witness, Ora Schumann, told KPRC that the man became angry with the girl "because she wasn't standing right next to the basket". Erika Burch said the man was "dragging this little girl by the hair ". Burch then took out her phone and snapped photos of the man and told him to let the child go, but he told her to mind her business. Burch posted a series of images on Facebook Monday of what appeared to be a man pushing a shopping cart with his daughter's hair wrapped around the ...
  • George Soros Prepares $500 Million for Migrants and Refugees

    George Soros Prepares $500 Million for Migrants and Refugees

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    Soros' investment in refugees and migrants represents more money than some countries have given to refugee agencies to impede the large flow of migrants and refugees seeking refuge away from insecure and violent places. But Obama also called on the world community to address the root causes of displacement. He also thanked countries participating in the summit for increasing their contributions to humanitarian assistance efforts by $4.5 billion.
  • United States launch civil rights probe of Tulsa police shooting

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    Walker confirmed to The Associated Press that what he told the newspaper was true, but declined further comment. "We're treated as, I guess, criminals - suspects that they fear", said Crump, who is representing Crutcher's family just as he did relatives of Trayvon Martin, an unarmed, black Florida teenager who was fatally shot by a neighborhood watch volunteer in 2012.
  • Snowden dismisses 'distorted' USA report on mass surveillance disclosures

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    Sep 16, 2016- Edward Snowden has dismissed a report by the House of Representatives intelligence committee that heavily criticised his activities. "The vast majority of the documents he stole have nothing to do with programs impacting individual interests", said the report whose objective is apparently asking President Barack Obama not to pardon him.
  • South Korea, US to simulate attack on nuclear facility

    South Korea, US to simulate attack on nuclear facility

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    Pacific Command, called the overflight part of efforts to "demonstrate the solidarity between South Korea, the United States, and Japan to defend against North Korea's provocative and destabilizing actions". Such flyovers are common when animosity rises on the Korean Peninsula, which is technically in a state of war because the 1950-53 Korean War ended with an armistice, not a peace treaty.
  • Afghan Immigrant Sought in New York Explosion

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    With Rahami's arrest, officials said they have no indication there are more bombs or suspects to find, though they cautioned that they are still investigating. An explosion in Manhattan on Saturday injured 29 people. One of the five devices found at the Elizabeth train station exploded while a bomb squad robot tried to disarm it.
  • Poroshenko and Clinton on "resisting Russian aggression"

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    Donald Trump meets with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Sisi on Monday. As Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump vie to represent USA interests around the world, they had a series of dry runs on Monday with foreign leaders who were in town for the United Nations General Assembly.
  • Obama Meets Duterte Despite Insult

    Obama Meets Duterte Despite Insult

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    Duterte expressed concerns about Indonesian coal shipments to Philippines being taken away by the pirates and about the Abu Sayyaf abductions. The awkwardness continued days later when Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte called Obama a "son of a bitch" and warned Obama not to challenge him in their planned meeting in Laos.
  • Kurdish militants claim vehicle bombing in southeast Turkey

    Kurdish militants claim vehicle bombing in southeast Turkey

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    He said Gulen and his followers - a group Erdogan calls "Feto" - were behind the July 15 attempted coup and the PKK/Democratic Union Party in Syria would be stopped like the PKK in Turkey. A protest in front of Batman city hall was broken up in the same way. The pro-Kurdish People's Democracy Party, or HDP, condemned the appointments as a "coup by trustees" that violates the Turkish constitution and the European Convention of Human Rights.
  • Private review finds Tyre King was shot 3 times

    Private review finds Tyre King was shot 3 times

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    Braxton is linked to the 13-year-old Tyre King who was shot fatally by Columbus police after an alleged robbery. "Based on the location and the direction of the wound paths, it is more likely than not that Tyre King was in the process of running away from the shooter or shooters when he suffered all three gunshot wounds", he said.
  • Indian army claims it blocks infiltration by militants

    Indian army claims it blocks infiltration by militants

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    The ceasefire violation by neighboring country needs to be answered militarily, as Indian army has already assured a befitting reply to them. According to Army sources, at least 10 terrorists have been killed and the operation is still going on as many terrorists are suspected to be hiding in the area.