Friday, August 14, 2015
An unarmed 14-year-old was shot by police in Trenton, New Jersey at least seven times. Now his family, friends, community and even a US congresswoman are searching for answers, as law enforcement officials refuse to release details about the case.
The two state troopers and one Mercer County sheriff’s officer saw three males on foot near the site where the shots were reported to have been heard. The three officers got out of their minivan to question the three youths, two of whom cooperated with the police request. The third ‒ who was not named, but later identified as Hearns ‒ ran away, the state Attorney General’s Office said in a statement on Monday.
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This dashboard camera shows the moment when two massive explosions took place in Tianjin, China on Wednesday, 12 August.
The car approaches a security barrier when the first explosion lights up the sky beyond the nearby buildings. The vehicle backs away when the second explosion occurs. The
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An aggressive, out-of-control wildfire raging in B.C.'s southern Interior forced evacuations of 208 homes in the Rock Creek area on Thursday.
The fire was estimated to be 750 hectares in size, but the thick, billowing black smoke made it hard to confirm, said B.C.
Thirty-six firefighters were at the scene of the fire, which started around 1:30 p.m. PT. Evacuations were put into effect by the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary for Rock Creek and surrounding areas, and an evacuation order is also in place for the Kettle River Recreation Area.
INC News, 14/08/2015 - via CBC News
Council officers clamping down on rogue landlords raided three East London properties on Thursday to discover a total of 55 people, including children, living in “terrible” conditions.
During a series of raids on rented homes in Dagenham, over 20 people, including four children were found living in an “illegally converted” overcrowded terraced home.
The cramped home was extended by the landlord with an extra bedroom in the loft and a brick-built shed in the back garden.
“I’m absolutely shocked there could be 22 people living there. We had no idea. I’ve ever heard of that many people being in a property. We will be looking into it,” property manager Iyak Hussain said.
Less than a mile away on Japan Road, another property was raided where 15 people, including five children, were found living in five rooms of a three-bedroom home.
In another nearby property on Manor Road, officers found 18 people, including two children, in a three-bedroom house being treated as a six-bedroom property.
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