• New York bombers father claims he had informed FBI about sons radicalisation

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    Students at the school wrote get well cards for Padilla and officer Pete Hammer, who were both hurt in Monday's shootout with Ahmad Khan Rahami. The new charges against Rahami come from federal prosecutors - four counts filed in NY and six counts in New Jersey - include use of a weapon of mass destruction, bombing a public place and destruction of property.
  • Passport forgers hide body in freezer

    Passport forgers hide body in freezer

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    Bangkok police chief Sanit Mahathavorn said those arrested were three English-speaking men and a Burmese maid and her husband. Six body parts, including a severed head, were found stashed in black plastic bags inside a locked two-metre-high freezer on the ground floor of the five-storey, six-unit building in Phra Khanong district yesterday afternoon.
  • Bodycam footage released of fatal Charlotte police shooting

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    Before the release of the video, hundreds massed outside at the Charlotte police department building on Saturday afternoon chanting the name "Keith Scott". His image is then immediately blocked by another officer. In the video, Mrs. Scott can be heard pleading with officers to hold fire as they confronted her husband in a parked vehicle outside the apartment complex.
  • Crude Spikes After API Reports Massive Crude Draw

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    Early session weakness sent November West Texas Intermediate Crude Oil futures into a six-week low on Tuesday, but the market recovered to post a technically bullish closing price reversal bottom. Prices dropped 7 cents, or 0.2 percent, to $45.88 a barrel on Tuesday. U.S. crude imports rose last week by 77,000 barrels per day, but the rate dropped sharply in the U.S.
  • Orlando Shooting: Recordings of 911 calls released

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    The City of Orlando released transcripts of 911 calls between Pulse nightclub gunman Omar Mateen and a crisis negotiator in the early morning hours of June 12 as police figured out how to rescue hostages. "Bring your little American bomb dog, they are [expletive] outdated anyway", Mateen said. In one of the calls, Mateen says he's wearing a vest: "what they used in France".
  • Twitter is shopping for a buyer

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    According to the report, the shares of the ailing social media website surged 23 per cent after sources confirmed that it is on the verge of being sold. A Twitter spokesperson did not immediatley respond to a request for comment on the rumors of a sale. Google has attempted social media several times, without any impressive results.
  • S. Korea questions 'serial offender' N. Korea's UN membership

    S. Korea questions 'serial offender' N. Korea's UN membership

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    North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visited the Sohae Space Centre in the west of the secluded country to monitor the test. Kim expressed "great satisfaction" over the results, according to KCNA. North Korea's nuclear provocation came nearly right after heavy rains pummeled North Hamgyong Province for five days starting August 29. Earlier this month, North Korea conducted its fifth nuclear test, prompting South Korean and U.S.
  • Canada, Russia face off at Ice hockey WC last 4

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    Crosby did it all to open the scoring for Canada less than 10 minutes into the opening frame. Canada gave up just three goals in winning all three games of the preliminary round and has trailed for only 89 seconds. "He gave us a chance". Russia's first shot of the second period didn't come until almost nine minutes had ticked by, but Nikita Kucherov made it count.
  • Ex-Cuomo Aide Charged in Bribery Scheme

    Ex-Cuomo Aide Charged in Bribery Scheme

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    A former top aide to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is among nine people charged with bribery and fraud in one the governor's signature economic development projects. In exchange, according to the charging document, Percoco used his official position to help CPV get lower-cost emissions credits from the state for a plant the company was building in New Jersey, and he helped arrange a power purchase agreement with NY.
  • Minnesota mall attacker identified

    Minnesota mall attacker identified

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    Adan - whose name was confirmed by the St. Cloud Police Department on Monday night - allegedly entered the city's Crossroads Mall wearing a private security uniform. A cousin down the hall in the same building described Dahir Adan as a good person who minded his own business. Of the nine people stabbed, St. Cloud Mayor Dave Kleis said, three people were still hospitalized, including one person who remains in life-threatening condition.
  • Malware-loaded USB sticks have been posted to homes around Australia

    Malware-loaded USB sticks have been posted to homes around Australia

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    The warning comes as news was revealed of a USB stick that is able to destroy any computer simply by plugging it in. However, a recent study conducted by students at the University of IL found that almost half of 297 thumb-sized storage drives randomly placed around the campus were picked up and inserted into machines.