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Shots fired at Lula's campaign bus in Brazil; nobody hit

Bras - Three shots were fired Tuesday at buses in the campaign convoy of former Brazilian leader Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who is again running for the presidency, but no one was injured, the leader of his Workers Party (PT) said.

Heavy weapons fire heard at Burkina coup plotters' barracks: AFP

Ouagadougou - Heavy weapons fire was heard on Tuesday afternoon at the barracks of an elite army unit that staged a short-lived coup in Burkina Faso, an AFP journalist said.

Gunfire rings out as Israel searches West Bank for missing teens

Ramallah - Gunfire rang out in the streets of Jenin on Wednesday as militants opened fire on Israeli troops conducting house-to-house searches for three teenagers believed kidnapped from near a settlement last week.

Gunfire at Capitol Hill — Shutdown of government offices

Washington - U.S. Capitol Police have alerted lawmakers and staffers on emergency radios that there have been reports of gunfire on Capitol Hill.

Nigerian forces attack Boko Haram base in Kano

Kano - Nigerian forces stormed a hideout of Boko Haram insurgents in Kano on Tuesday and killed a man suspected of masterminding the attack on Christian worshipers at the Bayero University on Sunday.

Gunman kills 13 in Rio de Janeiro school shooting

Rio De Janeiro - A gunman has entered a school in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro and opened fire, killing 13 people. The gunman has also been killed, either by police or himself.

Witness shares experience of watching execution by firing squad

Draper - Witnesses of the execution by firing squad of convicted murderer Ronnie Lee Gardner this morning at a state prison in Utah share their view and describe what they saw in graphic detail as the debate on the death penalty and it's methodology continues.

Ethnic riots sweep Kyrgyzstan, 80 dead, over 1,000 wounded

Osh - Ethnic riots wracked southern Kyrgyzstan forcing thousands of Uzbeks to flee as their homes were torched by mobs of Kyrgyz men. The interim government begged Russia for troops to stop the violence, and the Kremlin offered humanitarian assistance.

Jamaica declares state of emergency in war with drug lord

Kingston - Trouble began earlier this week in Kingston after the government approved a US extradition request for Christopher "Dudus" Coke, a reputed gang boss. Police were shot and killed, retreating from police stations set on fire by supporters of Dudus.

Miami Infant Killed In Crossfire

A ten-month-old infant was killed Saturday, caught in the crossfire of a group of men playing dominoes. Derrick Days died in Miami.

Woman Killed While On The Phone With 911

A frantic call to the West Covina, California 911 call centre was silenced by gunfire Wednesday morning. A woman was on the phone reporting a break in when shots were heard and then there was silence.

Death Toll Mounts in Kenyan Town

Gunfire and machete attacks are increasing in the Kenyan town of Nakuru where armed gangs are manning roadblocks and challenging journalists. The violence broke on on Thursday in the previously quiet town.

Afghan Gunfire Making British Soldiers Deaf

Many British soldiers in Afghanistan are being deafened for life due to intense gun fighting with high-velocity machine guns, mortars and anti-tank weapons according to a report by The Sun.

Dad sought in pills, gunfire mayhem in Philadelphia

Philadelphia was the scene yesterday of mayhem when a father tried to get his 1 year old son and was stopped by his ex wife.

4 killed after gunfire struck in NYC'S Greenwich Village

4 people are dead after a gunman hit New York's Greenwich Village

Gunfire at Somali leader's home

Heavy gunfire has broken out at the residence of the Somali president in the capital, Mogadishu, witnesses say.

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