• Man shot in the face at Wollongong suburb of Woonona

    Man shot in the face at Wollongong suburb of Woonona

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    In a statement, police said it was believed the man had been shot at another location before getting into his vehicle and driving to Mountain Avenue. He suffered severe facial injuries and was airlifted to a hospital in Sydney. His injuries are not thought to be life-threatening. Supterintendent Mark Wall said a team of detectives were working to locate the offender and establish a link between the shooter and the victim.
  • IPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus users report EarPods Remote issue

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    One of the biggest problems is with the phones' signal, and a glitch with the Lightning EarPods , which come with the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus and connect to the charging port. Apple's AirPods represent a cord-cutting ideal for the company. No worries, you can use your phone while charging it. Some people find that rebooting their devices gets around the issue , although happens once you turn the feature on and off again.
  • Man admits he murdered Minnesota boy, 11, who disappeared 27 years ago

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    Joseph when he spotted the boys on their bikes with a flashlight. Afterward, Jacob said he was cold, and Heinrich let him get dressed. Using technology that wasn't available in 1989, investigators found Heinrich's DNA on Scheierl's sweatshirt, and used that evidence to get a search warrant for Heinrich's home, where they found a large collection of child pornography.
  • CDC: Naled, aerial spraying curbed Zika in Miami zone

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    But the CDC continues to urge caution in the Miami community, especially for pregnant women. "This is really a great day for Wynwood", Scott said during a press conference at the San Paul Gallery at Wynwood Walls. Located at 405 N.W. 26th Street, Zak the Baker wanted to celebrate that they, along with other Wynwood establishments, are back in business. County officials are continuing to spray insectides over South Beach, and are using ground crews to tackle the northern portion of the city.
  • Duterte cautions Philippines' troops 'Abu Sayyaf is hungry to establish caliphate'

    Duterte cautions Philippines' troops 'Abu Sayyaf is hungry to establish caliphate'

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    A notorious kidnapping-for-ransom gang in the strife-torn southern Philippines enjoyed another lucrative payday when it released a Norwegian hostage after a year in captivity, analysts said today. Meanwhile, another Indonesian was released Sunday night, together with two Filipino telecommunications technicians. Meanwhile, Sekkingstad extended his gratitude to the Philippine President and to the people who helped secure his safety and freedom.
  • Bomb suspect vowed 'death to your oppression,' feds say

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    The notebook, punctured by a bullet hole and stained with blood, contained references to killing non-believers and mentioned American-born Muslim cleric Anwar al-Awlaki, a leading al-Qaeda propagandist who was killed in a United States drone strike in Yemen in 2011, the New York Times reported, citing an unnamed law enforcement official.
  • LA Rams fans ecstatic over win; couple ties knot at tailgate party

    LA Rams fans ecstatic over win; couple ties knot at tailgate party

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    Not many pro sports franchises would choose their first game in a new hometown to wear vintage uniforms, but the Rams aren't the normal new kids on any block. Alas, there is no Marshawn Lynch to take the ball and beat defenders into submission. He then sustained a high ankle sprain on the Wednesday before the team's opener against the Miami Dolphins, forcing Seattle to adjust and put J'Marcus Webb at guard for the first two weeks of the season.
  • Vikings' Peterson has torn meniscus in knee

    Vikings' Peterson has torn meniscus in knee

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    But one gets a strong sense it won't have much of an impact on the team's ability to beat the Panthers and start the season 3-0 for the first time since the 2009 Brett Favre-led team started 6-0. "The next man has got to step up and the coaches have trust in Jerick and I to fill in for Adrian, and we are going to do that", Asiata said. Of course, teams that are ahead tend to run the ball more, so no 20-rush game is the same as another, just like no sub-20-rush game is like another.
  • Charlotte officer fatally shoots armed person

    Charlotte officer fatally shoots armed person

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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.
  • France Foils ISIS Terror Attack By Female Cell

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    A failed auto bombing in the heart of Paris was hatched by a group of French women, including one once engaged to men who had already killed in the name of the Islamic State group, France's top anti-terrorism prosecutor said Friday. A security official said on Sunday that France's intelligence services "detected a threat" and a judicial official said police moved into action on Saturday fearing a planned attack this weekend.