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Four dead in Long Branch homicide, county prosecutor's office says

Four dead in Long Branch homicide, county prosecutor's office says

They were identified as Steven and Linda Kologi, 44 and 42; Britney Kologi, 18, the suspect's sister; and Mary Shultz, 70, a family friend who lived in the house. Prosecutor Chris Gramiccioni told The Associated Press that the teen is expected to face four counts of murder in the shooting deaths. "The weapon was legally owned and registered to a family member", Gramiccioni said.



Trump offers fresh support for protesters in Iran as demonstrations continue

Protesters "must certainly know that improper behavior will be to their detriment, and the nation will come out and stand against these actions and throw a hard punch in their faces", the Revolutionary Guard's commander for security in Tehran, Brigadier General Esmail Kowsari, said according to a statement carried by the semi-official Iranian Students' News Agency late Saturday.


NYC welcomes first babies of 2018

NYC welcomes first babies of 2018

Parents Craig Ferguson and Amy Coull welcomed Harry Ferguson into the world at Dr Gray's Hospital in Elgin. In the Coombe, the first baby was born at 1.41am. The first baby born at University Hospital Galway was a boy at 12.49am. In the Rotunda in Dublin , the first newborn boy was delivered at 1.35am.


Trump Slams Pakistan for Providing 'Safe Haven' for Terrorists From Afghanistan

Trump Slams Pakistan for Providing 'Safe Haven' for Terrorists From Afghanistan

Instead of letting the differences heal, the USA president wrote his first tweet of 2018 in the form of a rant against Pakistan. The Trump administration is considering withholding $255 million from a fund meant for providing military training and equipment to Pakistan, adding to already existing cuts on reimbursements, official sources told Dawn last week.


Iran protests: Telegram and Instagram restricted

Iran protests: Telegram and Instagram restricted

Two protesters were killed in the south west of Iran during demonstrations, according to a local politician. Izeh is about 280 miles southwest of Iran's capital Tehran. Regarding the protests, Iranian Interior Minister Rahmani Fazli said, "those who destroy public properties, create chaos, lawlessness and insecurity in our society, will be held legally responsible and must answer for their behaviors".