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Fired employee behind Japan stabbing rampage

Fired employee behind Japan stabbing rampage

An employee called the police about 2:30 a.m. on Tuesday, to report the ongoing attack. According to reports, the incident took place at a care centre in the mountains where some 149 patients, many of whom were aged or bedridden, were completely defenceless.



'This is war': Lib on French church attack

The standoff came to an end later in the morning when police killed both hostage takers. One 86-year-old parishioner was wounded. One was carrying three knives and a fake explosives belt, while the other carried a kitchen timer wrapped in aluminum foil and had fake explosives in his backpack.


The top five most insane stories about Pokemon Go ... so far

The top five most insane stories about Pokemon Go ... so far

In its original format Pokemon was a handheld game where the aim of the game was to collect virtual creatures, Pokemon . Museum officials have understandably asked people to stop and are reportedly working to get the location removed from the game.


Fort Myers shooting: 2 dead, more than dozen wounded after teen event

Fort Myers shooting: 2 dead, more than dozen wounded after teen event

Police Capt. Jim Mulligan said in a statement that the investigation is active and investigators are working to determine a motive into the shooting at Club Blu. Authorities also identified the two victims who died as 14-year-old Sean Archilles and 18-year-old Stef'an Strawder. Friends of Archilles were also shot during the incident, and Strawder's 19-year-old sister, Sharrelle, was shot in the leg.



Pentagon defends airstrikes that caused civilian deaths

The group claims that since 31 May, coalition strikes have killed a total of 104 civilians, including 29 children, 16 women and eight prisoners. Abdah called on the foreign ministers of countries fighting ISIS to halt air strikes while the reports are being investigated.


History as Clinton ascends to nomination -- hostility too

History as Clinton ascends to nomination -- hostility too

The furor in Philadelphia was a setback to Democrats' hopes that their convention would contrast with Trump's sometimes chaotic White House campaign and show the party moving beyond the bruising primary battle between Sanders, 74, a US senator from Vermont, and former Secretary of State Clinton, 68.