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Suspect bites off police officer's finger during struggle in Brooklyn

Suspect bites off police officer's finger during struggle in Brooklyn

Around 6 p.m., an officer was putting a prisoner into a cell in the 69th precinct in Canarsie when the prisoner became resistant, police said. Johnson also allegedly destroyed the victim's mailbox with a cement planter. The injured officer was taken to Kings County Hospital for treatment. He was charged with resisting arrest and assaulting a police officer. He has a rap sheet that includes 10 previous busts for offenses such as resisting arrest and forgery. Consulte Mais Informação

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Atlanta gets hot late to beat Celtics

Atlanta gets hot late to beat Celtics

Horford, Brown, Tatum and Rozier didn't return in the fourth quarter. The Celtics finish the year 3-1 against the Hawks, with two regular season games remaining on Tuesday and Wednesday. Both teams exchanged baskets until Dewayne Dedmon buried a 3-pointer from the corner with just over a minute left. Dedmon's slam made it 108-106 with 1:03 to play and Taylor drove for a four-point lead with 25.6 seconds to play and John Collins added a pair of late free throws. Consulte Mais Informação

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Turkish Air Force conducting large-scale military operation in northern Iraq

Turkish Air Force conducting large-scale military operation in northern Iraq

Earlier in March, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Ankara and Baghdad planned to carry out a joint military operation against PKK members in the northern parts of Iraq. That renewed phase also reached Syrian Kurdistan (Rojava) whose US-allied armed forces fight the Islamic State (IS), with Turkey invading the region of Afrin there this year. Consulte Mais Informação

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Canadians Raise Over $1M For Victims Of Humboldt Broncos Bus Crash

Canadians Raise Over $1M For Victims Of Humboldt Broncos Bus Crash

Jennings went on to have the most successful career in the National Hockey League, playing in 389 games with the Washington Capitals, Hartford Whalers, Pittsburgh Penguins and Toronto Maple Leafs. The same sentiment applied just down the hallway, where the Warriors didn't sound anything like a triumphant team. "I spent a lot of time in Saskatchewan and you gain an understanding of what it means to move into a home and live with a billet, and you become part of a family". Consulte Mais Informação

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Trump administration targets Putin's inner circle in new sweeping sanctions

Trump administration targets Putin's inner circle in new sweeping sanctions

Also included were 17 government officials, the Russian Financial Corporation Bank and the state-owned Russian weapons trading company, Rosoboroneksport. "Complying with the law, the Trump administration on 30 January published a list of the heads of Russian state-owned companies and "oligarchs", including such prominent figures as Alexei Miller, the chief executive of Gazprom, and Igor Sechin, the chief executive of Rosneft". Consulte Mais Informação

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Saudi crown prince MBS begins European tour

Saudi crown prince MBS begins European tour

The crown prince of Saudi Arabia arrived in Paris on Sunday, a day ahead of his first official visit to France, which is hoping to profit from his shake-up of the conservative kingdom to forge a new kind of commercial relationship. Saudi officials project strong ties between Prince Mohammed and Macron, both young leaders undertaking challenging reforms to transform their countries. Consulte Mais Informação

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Facebook Suspends Canadian Firm AggregateIQ Over Data Scandal

Facebook Suspends Canadian Firm AggregateIQ Over Data Scandal

The social media company explained that its account recovery and search tools could be exploited to scrape information about users by using their contact details to collect information from their public profiles. The political data-mining firm allegedly used ill-gotten Facebook user data in its efforts to sway elections. "It's clear that data of Europeans have been exposed to a huge risk and I am not sure if Facebook took all the necessary steps to implement change", EU Justice ... Consulte Mais Informação

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Hundreds of foreigners join Pyongyang race

Hundreds of foreigners join Pyongyang race

They came from approximately 43 countries and territories around the world. Disabled individuals had been allowed to hitch in for the primary time. 1 wheelchair runner from Singapore plus a blind North Korean runner participated. travel ban on its citizens visiting North Korea, have reduced the number of tourist arrivals. Tensions peaked late final yr, however have eased since January, when chief Kim Jong Un introduced a sequence of diplomatic overtures towards South Korea. Consulte Mais Informação

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Police cuts are not responsible for rise in violence, Amber Rudd says

Police cuts are not responsible for rise in violence, Amber Rudd says

Amber Rudd dismissed claims on Sunday that police cuts were to blame for the rise in violent crime as she prepared to publish a new strategy to tackle the problem. 'The police like everyone else need to act within the law and if they believe the powers need to change then they will rightly talk to government and as we have shown today we will listen and if we need to extend those powers that is exactly what we will do'. Consulte Mais Informação

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