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3 Are Dead in Shooting at a Colorado Walmart

THORNTON, Colo. — A gunman opened fire at a Walmart here on Wednesday evening, striking multiple people, the police said. Three victims were confirmed dead, including a woman who died after being taken to the hospital. It was unclear whether the gunman was among those shot. The Thornton Police Department confirmed the shooting on Twitter at…

Trump Seeks to End Visa Program He Blamed for Allowing New York Attack Suspect Into the U.S.

WASHINGTON — President Trump said on Wednesday that he would consider sending “this animal” arrested after the terrorist attack in New York to the American prison at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, and called on Congress to cancel a longstanding immigration program that he blamed for allowing the man into the country. A day after an immigrant from Uzbekistan plowed…

British hacker arrested for launching DDoS attacks on Google, Skype and selling malware

The alleged hacker has been accused of stealing passwords of over 750 users and is facing 11 charges for various crimes. A 21-year-old British man was arrested by UK authorities for allegedly launching DDoS attacksagainst Google, Skype and Pokemon, as well as selling malware online. Alex Bessel from Liverpool was reportedly arraigned in a Birmingham court on…

NORTH KOREAN SOLDIERS ARE BEING TREATED FOR RADIATION EXPOSURE AFTER NUCLEAR TEST: REPORT

North Korean soldiers and their families are being treated in a military hospital for radiation exposure after the September hydrogen bomb test at the Punggye-ri nuclear facility. More than a thousand troops of the North Korean army were deployed to the site to dig tunnels and patrol the surrounding area, Japanese newspaper The Asahi Shimbun reported Wednesday, citing anonymous…

Palestinian Authority Takes Over Gaza’s Borders From Hamas

Move was agreed in Egyptian-mediated accord signed last month Palestinian groups are taking steps to end decade-old rift The Palestinian Authority retook control of Gaza’s border crossings from Hamas militants on Wednesday, a key step in an Egyptian-brokered reconciliation accord aimed at ending a decade-old rift that hampered the Palestinians’ bid for statehood. Hamas, which had controlled…

Pope ‘deeply grieved’ by terror attacks in Somalia, Afghanistan and New York

“I am deeply grieved by the terrorist attacks of the past few days in Somalia, Afghanistan and New York,” the pope told faithful gathered in St. Peter’s square. “While deploring these acts of violence, I pray for the dead, the wounded and their families.” ROME – After delivering the traditional noontime Angelus prayer on the…

Iran says no need to increase missile range as can already hit U.S. forces

LONDON (Reuters) – Iran has no need to increase the range of its ballistic missiles as they could already reach U.S. forces stationed in the region, the head of the Revolutionary Guards said on Tuesday. A view of an underground depot where missiles are launched, in an undisclosed location, Iran, in a photo released by…

Saudi Arabia to Sell Shares of New Mega-City

Saudi Arabia has announced it will sell shares of its planned $500-billion mega-city on financial markets. The city, called NEOM, is a 26,500-square-kilometer zone that will stretch into Jordan and Egypt. Saudi Arabia is also selling shares of its national oil company, Saudi Aramco. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman made the announcement during the Future…

A serial killer may be responsible for body parts found in coolers, Japanese police say

A Japanese man has reportedly been arrested after police found body parts from nine people in his apartment. Japanese media say the 27-year-old suspect had stored the parts in picnic coolers. (Reuters) Japanese investigators believe they may have caught a serial killer after the dismembered remains of nine bodies were discovered in an apartment near Tokyo. Local media reports…

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