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PhilippinesA farmer whose nine-year-old daughter was killed seven years ago allegedly by soldiers was shot dead by unidentified gunmen inside his house in New Bataan, Compostela Valley at 3 a.m...Hanimay Suazo, spokesperson of the human rights group
Improved mental health systems and not tougher gun laws could have stopped deadly shootings The GOP's candidate for New York governor said better mental health systems could have stopped Elliot Rodger from Friday's killing spree.
The clash happened when a police patrol came under rebel fire in Gadchiroli district, a relatively undeveloped region, police said. The district is on Maharashtra's border with the central state of Chhattisgarh and is a stronghold of the rebels. They
26 November 2013 Drivers have described the terrifying moment they hit a 'wall of blackness' before dozens of cars collided 'like pinballs in a machine' on the M5 in Somerset killing seven and injuring 51. Bristol Crown Court heard how smog built up
The United Nations agency tasked with assisting Palestinian refugees today called on all parties in Syria to stop the violence in refugee camps and other civilian areas, following violence near the Dera'a camp which killed seven Palestinians...
Kurdish rebels based in north Iraq claimed on Monday to have killed seven Iranian soldiers in clashes last week near the Islamic republic's border with Iraqi Kurdistan.
Rebels 'Kill Seven Sudanese Government Troops, Capture Officers' in South Kordofan 16 July 2013 Rashad Locality The Sudan Revolutionary Front (SRF) claims to have killed seven government troops and captured two officers in a clash in Rashad locality
Yemen (AP) A Yemeni military official says suspected U.S. drone strikes have killed seven suspected al-Qaida militants in the group's southern stronghold of Abyan. The official said two drones struck two cars on Saturday carrying the suspected
PhilippinesSeven members of the Philippine National Police's elite unit were killed and several others were wounded following an alleged ambush in Cagayan province Monday morning, police said. Inspector Cesar Orlanes, Cagayan police spokesman, said
Cyclonic storms, lightning, rain and landslides, responsible for killing seven people, wreaked havoc for a fifth day Thursday in India, officials said. The Met Office in Agartala said the storms would continue for the next two days in Tripura state.