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Arrested woman steals officer's vehicle, triggers chase

Arrested woman steals officer's vehicle, triggers chase

Officers exited the vehicle to search her belongings, and it was at this point she made her escape - first slipping out of her cuffs, and then climbing the car's partition to take control of it. The 23-minute pursuit reached speeds of 100 miles per hour, ending in Zavalla when a maneuver by a Department of Public Safety trooper causes Sponsler to lose control of the vehicle, coming to rest against a tree.


Putin opposes tougher sanctions against N. Korea

Putin opposes tougher sanctions against N. Korea

In his earlier telephone conversation with Putin , held one day after the North's latest nuclear provocation, the South Korean leader stressed the need to put in place additional and stronger sanctions against the North that will leave the country with no other choice but to come to the dialogue table.


UN Security Council divided over sanctions

UN Security Council divided over sanctions

But comments by Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday rejecting United States calls for more sanctions as "useless" appeared to have widened a split among major powers over how to rein in Pyongyang, pitting Moscow and Beijing against Washington and its allies.


Aleksandar Kolarov puts Serbia on the verge of World Cup qualification

Aleksandar Kolarov puts Serbia on the verge of World Cup qualification

He said: "We can win our last two games, we can still make it". Scotland defeating Slovakia and England defeating Slovenia would put Gordon Strachan's side into second place going into the final round of fixtures, but then only the Scots dropping points way to Slovenia would be good for Ireland (all distinct possibilities nonetheless).


Cow vigilantism must stop: SC tells all states

Cow vigilantism must stop: SC tells all states

She cited a total of 66 instances of lynching which resulted in the death of women and minors after the Centre had made the statement. The CJI observed, "You petitioners know that how large number of animals were slaughtered a few days back".