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At least three people have died and 20 people have been injured in Melbourne, where a car has hit pedestrians. Officials say several people were struck by a vehicle in the centre of the city. The police have said this is not a terror incident. Mail deliberately drove into pedestrians in bourke Mail deliberately drove into pedestrians in bourke street more and we currently have three deceased and at least 20 injuries.
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A Brazilian Supreme Court judge has died in a small-plane crash just weeks before he was to rule on allegations in the mammoth Petrobras corruption case that could implicate politicians in several Latin American countries
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At least three people died and 20 people were injured when a car plowed into a crowd of pedestrians in a busy shopping area in central Melbourne.
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AT LEAST three person has died and at least 20 others have reportedly been injured by an out-of-control car following a police chase in Australia’s second largest city.
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The death toll from a suicide attack that targeted a military base in Mali's northern city of Gao has risen to 60, along with 115 injured, the country's president has said. We will rise from every blow ... we will win, you will be defeated, President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita said late Wednesday in a televised speech. The suicide attack took place Wednesday morning when an explosives-laden car was driven to the camp of the Operational Coordination Mechanism (MOC) in Gao at 9 a.m. local time (0900GMT). Five suicide bombers who were in the car also died in the attack, according to a statement ...
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The Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution has expressed deep grief and regret over the collapse of high-rise building in downtown Tehran. In a message, Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei also said the bravery and self-sacrifice by the firefighters who suffered a dangerous mishap fill one’s heart with great praise and sorrow both. The leader described the first-respondersaction as devoted self-sacrifice, saying they are now facing a very difficult test. Ayatollah Khamenei further demanded that all efforts be focused on rescuing those trapped in rubble and that investigating the cause of the incident must come next. Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has also offered condolences to the families of the victims over the deadly incident. Rouhani hailed the firefighters, saying they gave their lives to rescue their fellow countrymen. According to the latest reports, around 20 firefighters are believed to have died under the massive rubble.
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Many were killed. There were security guards and the debris fell over them as they tried to escape. Local media say troops have been brought in to help clear the rubble and look for possible survivors. There are hopes that some people may still be alive, trapped underneath the collapsed building. But many have died. And once again, it's firefighters, those running towards danger, paying the ultimate price.
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As you said, one person has died, dozens of treated for injuries. It is a developing scene. Some people talking about a sense of chaos and very upsetting for witnesses.
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Steve Rosenberg, BBC News, Moscow. An update now on an incident in Australia. At least one person has died and several peole have been injured after a car hit pedestrians in the Australian city of Melbourne. Officials say several people were struck by a vehicle in the centre of the city.
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JOHOR BARU: A sergeant major fatally shot himself while carrying out firearm maintenance work at the Seri Alam District Police Headquarters Weaponry Branch workshop here, yesterday. Abu Bakar Pander, 51, from Negri Sembilan was in charge of the branch and had been working in the police force for about 30 years. Seri Alam district police chief Supt Jokhiri Abd Aziz said the incident happened between 6.30am and 6.50am while the officer was alone at the premises. "A bullet accidentally fired from a pistol is believed to have hit him on the chest and he was killed on the spot," he said in a statement here today. Jokhiri said the victim was found on the floor by a colleague who arrived for work around 7am. He said the post mortem carried out on the deceased at Sultan Ismail Hospital, Johor Bahru found that he had died of a gunshot wound through the heart.
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At least one person has died after a car ploughed into pedestrians, with reports of shots having been fired in the Australian city of Melbourne on Friday. Several other people were injured and one man has been arrested, police and emergency services said, with witnesses saying on social media they had heard gunshots. He wasnt stopping and people walking were trying to get away and he just kept going and collected people on his way, one unnamed witness told Melbournes...
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SYDNEY: At least one person has died after a car ploughed into pedestrians, with reports of shots having been fired in the Australian city of Melbourne on Friday. Several other people were injured and one man has been arrested, police and emergency services said, with witnesses saying on social media they had heard gunshots. "He wasn't stopping and people walking were trying to get away and he just kept going and collected people on his way," one unnamed witness told Melbourne's Herald Sun newspaper. Television footage from the scene showed a damaged red car with the front doors open and the windscreen smashed. Other pictures showed what appeared to be a upturned baby pram. Heavily armed officers were deployed on the streets in the heart of the city, which is hosting the Australian Open tennis tournament. "At this stage it is believed a man driving a vehicle has struck a number of pedestrians in Bourke and Queens St just before 2pm," Victoria Police said.
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AT LEAST one person has died and up to 11 others have reportedly been injured by an out-of-control car following a police chase in Australia’s second largest city.
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One person has died after a car ploughed into pedestrians in Melbourne's city centre during the lunchtime rush, injuring at least 20 people.
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Dozens of people are feared dead after an avalanche destroyed a hotel used by skiers in central Italy. At least three people are known to have died and rescue teams are searching for up to 35 people still trapped. The avalanche happened on Wednesday after a series of powerful earthquakes struck the area of Abruzzo around 150 miles from Rome.
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There are hopes that some people may still be alive, trapped underneath the collapsed building. But many have died. And once again, it's firefighters, those running towards danger, paying the ultimate price.
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All of this torture was ongoing under the oversight of a pair of contracted psychologists, James Mitchell and J. Bruce Jessen, who are now facing a lawsuit over their designing of the torture program. CIA officials weren't nearly as unanimous in supporting the program as they've been presented by some, however. Other documents show internal emails from the CIA's own medical staff warning that the behavior was indefensible, and that the two contractors showed a blatant disregard for ethics in their operation of the program. They also reveal a faction battle between the CIA Counterterrorism Center, which contracted the two men, and the Office of Medical Services, who warned the techniques proposed would come back to haunt us. The collection also grimly includes accounts of the final hours of Gul Rahman, a detainee who died in CIA custody in 2002, with Jessen arguing that Rahman was so physically strong that there would be no way to break him while respecting the Geneva Convention.
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Tens of thousands of women are expected to be marching in protest of Donald Trump. That could be one of the major protests of the week. Thank you very much indeed. Thank you. Dozens of people are feared dead after an avalanche destroyed a hotel used by skiers in central Italy. At least three people are known to have died and rescue teams At night, the quickest way through the wall of snow was on skis.