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White cop to sue estate of black teen he killed

Chicago - A white police officer plans to sue the estate of a black teenager he shot dead because he was traumatized by the fact that he accidentally killed the teen's neighbor in the incident, his lawyer said.

Police probe possible US military hospital shooting

San Diego - An "active shooter" was reported at a San Diego military hospital Tuesday, but an initial sweep of the building in southern California found no evidence a shooting had occurred, officials said.

Canada school shooter indicted over deadly attack

Ottawa - A high-school student was formally accused Monday over the murder of two teenage brothers and two teachers in a remote Indian community in Canada plagued by poverty and boredom and a growing loss of cultural identity.

In La Loche, calls for understanding in shooting that killed 4

La Loche - In the aftermath of a shooting that killed four people in northern Saskatchewan, the family of a teacher who was among those slain says the voices within the community of La Loche need to be heard in order to avoid future tragedies.

Teenage Canada shooting suspect charged with murder

Montr - A 17-year-old male student has been charged with four counts of first-degree murder following a shooting spree that left two brothers and two teachers dead in western Canada, authorities said Saturday.

Four dead in Canada school shooting: police

Ottawa - Four people were killed when a gunman stormed a high school in a remote western Canadian town, police said, revising down an earlier death toll.Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had said five people were killed and two were critically injured.

Most security cameras on BART trains are fake, agency admits

Oakland - Most of the hundreds of security cameras on BART commuter trains around the Bay Area are not working, the agency admitted Wednesday as it began investigating the second onboard shooting in its 45-year history.

PTSD nation? US shootings inflict growing mental toll

Los Angeles - Mass shootings from Newtown to San Bernardino are weighing ever more heavily on Americans, with signs of post-traumatic stress spreading far beyond the circle of survivors and loved ones, experts say.

Police hunt for gunman after deadly Tel Aviv pub attack

Telavi - Israeli security forces pressed a manhunt Saturday for the Arab Israeli suspected of killing two people and wounding seven others at a Tel Aviv pub, with the motive still unknown.

Two killed, seven wounded, in Tel Aviv shooting

Telavi - Two people were killed and at least seven wounded when a gunman opened fire on a pub and nearby cafe in central Tel Aviv, but the motive was not immediately clear.

Independent tallies reveal extent of killings by US police

Washington - Two independent studies have for the first time laid bare how many civilians died at the hands of US police over the course of a year: about three a day.

Relatives seek justice after new Chicago police shootings

Chicago - Friends and relatives of two African-Americans fatally shot by police in Chicago issued an emotional plea for justice Sunday, calling the incident the latest proof that the city's officers are far too quick to use deadly force.

California shooter's visa request was missing key information: Politician

Washington - A member of the US Congress Saturday accused immigration officials of allowing California attacker Tashfeen Malik into the country despite critical missing information in her request for a fiancee visa.

U.S. school district shut after threats over Arabic homework

Washington - The homework assignment at a US high school asked students to reproduce a sample of classical Arabic handwriting, to help broaden their appreciation of its "artistry.

Friend of San Bernardino shooter facing terrorism charges

Los Angeles - US authorities arrested a man who bought the assault rifles used in the San Bernardino massacre that left 14 people dead, charging him with plotting terror attacks with Syed Farook, who was behind the rampage.

Friend of San Bernardino shooter arrested: Media

Los Angeles - Enrique Marquez, a friend of the man behind this month's attack in California, has been arrested in connection with the assault that left 14 people dead, US media reported on Thursday.

July attack on U.S. army bases inspired by 'foreign terrorists:' FBI

Washington - An attack at two military installations in the US state of Tennessee in July that killed four Marines and a sailor was inspired by a "foreign terrorist group," the FBI said.

Accused family planning shooter shouts out guilt in court

Los Angeles - The man accused of shooting dead three people at a family planning clinic in Colorado last month shouted in court that he was guilty, as he was formally charged, reports said.

Protests as Chicago mayor apologizes for police shooting

Chicago - Protesters hit the streets of Chicago on Wednesday demanding the resignation of the city's mayor after he apologized and took responsibility for the fatal police shooting of a black teenager.

FBI chief: California killers radicalized before they met

Washington - The Muslim husband and wife who killed 14 people in an attack on a year-end party in San Bernardino, California were radicalized at least two years ago, before they met online, FBI Director James Comey said.

New terror threat frays American unity

Washington - After two grinding decades of combating Islamist terror, America is split asunder, divided not just on how to defeat the Islamic State group, but on the magnitude of the threat the group poses.

Hometown of California shooters reels after attack

Los Angeles - Residents of Redlands, a small town east of Los Angeles, are trying to come to terms with their newfound fame as the site of one of the deadliest mass shootings in America.

California shooters 'radicalized for quite some time': FBI

San Bernardino - The husband and wife behind the shooting in California that left 14 people dead were radicalized for "quite some time" and both went for target practice before the massacre, authorities said.

US opens federal probe into Chicago police after black teen shot dead

Washington - US Attorney General Loretta Lynch on Monday announced a federal civil rights probe into the Chicago police department's use of force, prompted by the 2014 shooting death of a black teenager.

Key quotes from Obama's terrorism speech

Washington - President Barack Obama sought on Sunday to calm a nation put on edge by the California shootings, in a rare address to the nation on the threat posed by the Islamic State group.

California shooter attended female madrassa in Pakistan

Multan - The woman who along with her husband shot dead 14 people in California last week attended one of Pakistan's most high-profile religious seminaries for women, the madrassa confirmed to AFP Monday.

Obama tells fearful Americans Islamic State will be destroyed

Washington - US President Barack Obama vowed Sunday that America would destroy the Islamic State group and hunt down its followers at home or abroad, in a rare address from the Oval Office to a jittery nation.

Political knives out after California attack

Washington - With dust from the California massacre barely settled, the killings are sharpening the US political divide over gun control and spurring attacks on President Barack Obama's counter-terrorism strategy.

'We feel ashamed': Pakistani relatives of California shooter

- Estranged relatives of a Pakistani woman involved in a mass shooting in California spoke Sunday of their shame at her crimes, as former classmates and teachers painted a picture of a quiet, religiously conservative student.

Obama to urge Americans 'to not give in to fear'

Washington - President Barack Obama will make a rare primetime address Sunday laying out plans to keep Americans safe and defeat the Islamic State group, days after 14 people were shot dead in California.
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Kings Cross: Rally to protest against police shooting of aboriginal teens.
Kings Cross: Rally to protest against police shooting of aboriginal teens.
Kings Cross: Rally to protest against police shooting of aboriginal teens.
Kings Cross: Rally to protest against police shooting of aboriginal teens.
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