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Man accidentally shoots self in penis

Man accidentally shoots self in penis

According to the Everytown For Gun Safety, 93 Americans die every day from guns. She followed him and saw that he had a trauma to his penis and she took him immediatelly the hospital. Jelks was taken to Jacksonville Memorial Hospital for emergency surgery on June 30 by a complete stranger, Shaneika Roberts, 25, whose house he had burst into in the panicked aftermath of the shooting accident.


Dallas Police: 1 wounded, 1 in custody after hotel shooting

Dallas Police: 1 wounded, 1 in custody after hotel shooting

Police responded to the situation as a hostage rescue. No officers were injured and no officers fired shots in what is being investigated as a domestic violence incident. About an hour later, the hotel's lockdown and evacuation orders were lifted. This story is developing and will be updated as information becomes available .


Can't Ban Everyone From Depositing Old Notes, Says Supreme Court

Can't Ban Everyone From Depositing Old Notes, Says Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Tuesday suggested that people who had failed to deposit old, demonetized currency notes in their bank accounts because of "genuine and valid reasons" be given another opportunity to do so. "You can't take away my money if I was terminally ill", the SC bench said, while coming down heavily on the Centre on its arbitrary and rather short-sighted deadline of December 30, 2016 to deposit all the old notes.


Keep an eye out because Justin Trudeau is officially in Dublin

Keep an eye out because Justin Trudeau is officially in Dublin

Mr Trudeau looked in fine form as he enjoyed a laugh with Leo, his first official visitor since becoming Taoiseach. Trudeau's trip will be Dublin-based, and will include a meeting with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar , while reports also say that he could be making the trip to Áras an Uachtaráin to meet with Michael D.


SP unsure about attending GST launch

SP unsure about attending GST launch

Take for instance the presence of NCP chief Sharad Pawar, along with Praful Patel and Tariq Anwar. The NCP's spokesperson Nawab Malik said his party too was concerned about how the new regime will be implemented, but added, "Boycotting the launch doesn't make sense when all parties unanimously approved the GST bill".