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Minnesota Officer Who Shot Philando Castile: 'I Had No Other Choice'

Minnesota Officer Who Shot Philando Castile: 'I Had No Other Choice'

Yanez took the stand in his own defense and testified why he decided to make a traffic stop on Castile's auto. In the minutes after the shooting, Yanez told a supervisor variously that he didnt know where Castiles gun was and that he told Castile to get his hand off it.



Philippines launches offensive in Marawi, with aim to end battle by weekend

The recovery is the "largest illegal drug haul so far" in the 28 days of fighting in Marawi City, said Galvez. Fleeing residents said they saw scores of bodies in the debris of homes destroyed in bombing and crossfire. Planes flew overhead, dropping bombs while on the ground, automatic gunfire was sustained with occasional blasts from bombs and artillery. Armoured vehicles fired volleys of shells while the rebel fighters responded with gunfire and rocket-propelled grenades.



Champions Trophy victory lifts Pakistan to number six in ODI ranking

Opening batsman Zaman struck 114 off 106 balls to receive the man of the match award as Pakistan thumped their rivals to claim their first Champions Trophy title . "I want to congratulate Pakistan, they had an awesome tournament, the way they turned things around, speak volumes for the talent they have. We played like we had nothing to lose, now we are champions", said Sarfraz.



Democrat eyes anti-Trump upset in high-stakes Georgia race

Trump adds that Ossoff wants to "raise taxes and kill healthcare". Ossoff, who led April's first round but fell shy of outright victory, gamely insisted that "this is about the folks right here in Georgia". Pamphlets sit outside the campaign office of Jon Ossoff , Democratic candidate for Georgia's 6th congressional district in Chamblee, Ga., Monday, June 19, 2017 .


Perez says he hasn't spoken to Ronaldo about rumors of exit

Perez says he hasn't spoken to Ronaldo about rumors of exit

Former Monaco forward David Trezeguet wants to see Kylian Mbappe further his experience before making a big-money move. Perez's radio interview came hours after the 70-year-old businessman was reelected to a fifth four-year term as Madrid's president.