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The Matthews Police Department said the student was taken to a hospital but couldn't provide information on the injuries. Stason Tyrrell of the Matthews Police Department announced the news late Monday morning. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Superintendent Clayton Wilcox told Charlotte's WSOC-TV that the student fired the gun after a fight with another student in one of the school's main hallways.
  • Suspect Arrested In Fatal Louisville Kroger Shooting

    Suspect Arrested In Fatal Louisville Kroger Shooting

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    Bush arrived at the First Baptist Church of Jeffersontown shortly after Wednesday service concluded. The National Black Church Initiative raised its terrorism alert to its highest level, purple, following the October 24 shooting that claimed the lives of two African American shoppers.
  • Queen Elizabeth's Last Living Corgi Has Died

    Queen Elizabeth's Last Living Corgi Has Died

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    The last dog favorite breed of the British Royal family - Welsh-Corgi - died at Windsor castle. Bill's wife, Nancy, who passed away three years ago, was the keeper of the Queen's corgis and The Queen "couldn't resist" taking in the couple's beloved dog.
  • How FBI Found Bomb Suspect

    How FBI Found Bomb Suspect

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    Cesar Sayoc , of Aventura, Florida , faces five federal charges in connection with the mail bomb plot that spurred a weeklong, coast-to-coast investigation and spread fear of election-season violence with little precedent in the U.S. " He wasn't doing his job, I'll tell you that ", the suspect's longtime friend and fellow DJ Scott Meigs admitted. " He wasn't paying attention ". Furthermore, he said he would not be contacting Obama about his receipt of a package this week.
  • Donald Trump Tweet Features Nod To Mail Bomb Conspiracy Theory

    Donald Trump Tweet Features Nod To Mail Bomb Conspiracy Theory

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    Police carry off a van believed to belong to a man arrested in Plantation on Friday in connection with the pipe bombs that have been mailed to prominent Democrats around the country. Before the package arrived there, it was rerouted through the Opa-locka mail sorting facility, the Herald reports . "I am confident that this person or people will be brought to justice".
  • FBI Used Fingerprints in Mail Bomb Case Arrest

    FBI Used Fingerprints in Mail Bomb Case Arrest

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    In addition to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the NYPD and the U.S. Postal Inspector Police are on the scene. The FBI said a package, "similar in appearance to the others" found this week, was addressed to Booker and located in Florida.
  • Middle school girls plan satanic mass murder

    Middle school girls plan satanic mass murder

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    Police say that notices have been sent to the parents of students at Bartow Middle School informing them of the situation. Upon killing each victim, the report says, they meant to stack her or him in a bathroom stall and wait for the next small student to enter the bathroom.
  • Migrant caravan shrinks as some accept bus rides home

    Migrant caravan shrinks as some accept bus rides home

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    A team of AP journalists travelling with the caravan for more than a week has spoken with Hondurans, Guatemalans and Salvadorans, but has not met any Middle Easterners , who Trump suggested were "mixed in" with the Central American migrants.
  • Imran Khan leaves for Saudi Arabia conference, says Pakistan ‘desperate’ for loans

    Imran Khan leaves for Saudi Arabia conference, says Pakistan ‘desperate’ for loans

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    In this handout photograph released by Pakistan's Press Information Department (PID) on October 23, 2018, Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan (L) meets with Saudi King Salman (R) during a meeting in Riyadh , Saudi Arabia. The former cricketer-turned-politician - took over the office of Prime Minister in August this year - had said that he wants to solve the pending differences with India through progressive dialogues.
  • USA lawmakers question Saudi explanation of Khashoggi's death

    USA lawmakers question Saudi explanation of Khashoggi's death

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    He also said that Prince Mohammed , defacto ruler of Saudi Arabia , was not responsible. Prince Mohammed has promoted reforms within his kingdom, but some in Washington have cast skepticism on his intentions. The consulate rejects what it calls "baseless allegations". So how has Saudi Arabia changed its story since Khashoggi's disappearance was first reported? "The president conveyed his concerns about the case, and said that Indonesia hopes that the investigation will be ...
  • 18 killed after flash flood sweeps away students, teachers near Dead Sea

    18 killed after flash flood sweeps away students, teachers near Dead Sea

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    A general view shows the location of the accident where people were killed in a flash flood near the Dead Sea, Jordan , Thursday, Oct. 25, 2018. Some of them are said to be in a serious condition. According to Reuters, Prime Minister Omar Razzaz said the school may have broken regulations which ban trips to the Dead Sea area during bad weather.
  • CNN President Jeff Zucker rips Trump, Sarah Sanders after explosive device received

    CNN President Jeff Zucker rips Trump, Sarah Sanders after explosive device received

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    On Fox and Friends on Thursday, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders spoke about President Trump's rally last night and the many devices and suspicious packages mailed to prominent administration critics and foes this week. "It has gotten so bad and hateful that it is beyond description". "There's a big difference between comments made and actions taken", Mrs. Sanders said.
  • Trump administration will reportedly send troops to the US-Mexico border

    Trump administration will reportedly send troops to the US-Mexico border

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    In a statement sent out Thursday afternoon, Border Patrol says media groups, and possibly armed civilians, will be trying to access people's land without permission. Altogether the order would prevent hundreds in the caravan from entering the U.S. and asking for asylum, the newspaper said. But Nielsen warned: "This caravan can not come to the United States".