August 10, 2020

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KCPD: Fatal shooting outside of Kansas City Zoo was result of accident – KMBC Kansas City -

Monday, August 10, 2020

Benjamin L. Comer sadly injured when ejected in car accident – The Legal Advocate -

Monday, August 10, 2020

Armstrong County man accused in hit-and-run crash with bicyclist – TribLIVE -

Monday, August 10, 2020

Carole Baskin’s Missing Husband’s Familly Offers $100k Reward in His Case -

Monday, August 10, 2020

Woman, 25, dies in NY rock climbing accident – News – Utica Observer Dispatch -

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Stoddard man injured in motorcycle versus deer accident on Hwy. 162 – The Westby Times -

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Derrius Guice’s GF Told Cops He Strangled Her Unconscious, Cried Afterward -

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Police Put 8-year-old in Handcuffs, Take to Jail to Scare Him Straight -

Monday, August 10, 2020

PAC 12 and BIG 10 Postponing Football Seasons, No Games in 2020 -

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US Senate Candidate Injured in Hit-And-Run Accident – U.S. News & World Report -

Monday, August 10, 2020

Brooklyn Woman, 25, Dies in Rock Climbing Accident | New York News – U.S. News & World Report -

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I-68 accident claims life of New Jersey man – WV News -

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Police ID Connecticut teen killed in Block Island crash – WPRI.com -

Monday, August 10, 2020

Viola Davis Replaces Kylie Jenner in ‘WAP,’ Cardi Appreciates the Love -

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Seven injured in Sunday vehicle accident; CPD investigating – The Daily Nonpareil -

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One dead after motorcycle crash in Holly Ridge – Jacksonville Daily News -

Monday, August 10, 2020

Delta Air Lines Bought an Oil Refinery. It Didn’t Go as Planned. – The New York Times -

Monday, August 10, 2020

Delta Air Lines Bought an Oil Refinery. It Didn’t Go as Planned. – The New York Times -

Monday, August 10, 2020

Bicyclist dies after crash near Casino at Dania Beach – WPLG Local 10 -

Monday, August 10, 2020

Ridgeway man dies in motorcycle crash in Patrick County – Martinsville Bulletin -

Monday, August 10, 2020

Russia’s new coronavirus cases rise at lowest in six weeks

Russia on Thursday reported 7,790 new cases of the novel coronavirus, its lowest daily rise in infections in six weeks, bringing the nationwide total to 561,091.

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Lloyd’s of London to pay for its ‘shameful’ sins in Atlantic slave trade

The Lloyd’s of London insurance market has apologised for its “shameful” role in the 18th and 19th Century Atlantic slave trade and has agreed to fund charities and organisations promoting opportunities for black and ethnic minority groups.

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UK says China and Russia trying to exploit coronavirus crisis

The United Kingdom said on Thursday that China, Russia and Iran were looking to exploit weaknesses shown by the coronavirus outbreak, amid suggestions Beijing had used the crisis to push through new security legislation for Hong Kong.

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Kazakhstan to tighten COVID-19 restrictions as outbreak worsens

Kazakhstan will close shopping malls, markets and parks in major cities on June 20-21 and make additional hospital beds available for COVID-19 patients, the Central Asian nation’s government said on Thursday.

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Top China parliament body to review Hong Kong security legislation

The top decision-making body of China’s parliament will review a draft of national security legislation for Hong Kong during a session in Beijing that began on Thursday, the official Xinhua news agency reported.

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France’s Macron to talk Brexit in London and mark de Gaulle’s ‘Appel’

President Emmanuel Macron visits the United Kingdom on Thursday to mark the 80th anniversary of General de Gaulle’s appeal to the French resistance and to talk Brexit with Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

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Former Japanese justice minister, lawmaker wife arrested for suspected vote-buying: NHK

A former Japanese justice minister and his lawmaker wife were arrested on Thursday on suspicion of vote-buying, public broadcaster NHK reported, in a harsh blow to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe as he struggles with falling voter support.

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Lloyd’s of London apologises for ‘shameful’ role in Atlantic slave trade

The Lloyd’s of London insurance market has apologised for its role in the 18th and 19th Century Atlantic slave trade and has agreed to fund charities and organisations promoting opportunities for black and ethnic minority groups.

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Kurdish militant attack kills four in southeast Turkey: governor’s office

Four workers were killed when Kurdish militants detonated a roadside bomb that struck the labourers’ pick-up truck as it passed by in southeast Turkey on Wednesday, the local governor’s office said.

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New Zealand tightens gun laws further in response to mass shooting

New Zealand tightened its gun laws on Thursday with a registry that it had promised after a gunman killed 51 Muslim worshippers last year in the country’s worst peace-time mass shooting.

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