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Friday, August 28, 2015
Two US journalists shot dead on live television
The former TV reporter who shot two journalists dead during a live broadcast in Virginia before killing himself warned he had been a "human powder keg ... just waiting to go BOOM."
Colorado theater gunman's sentencing caps grueling trial
James Holmes was sent to prison for the rest of his life as the judge belittled him and spectators jeered at him. The survivors of his murderous attack on a Colorado movie theater wondered aloud how they would spend the rest of their days.
Scores of Colombians packed their belongings into suitcases and prepared for an army escort out of Venezuela on Wednesday, fleeing a crackdown on undocumented migrants and smugglers that is fueling an angry dispute between the South American neighbors.
Smaller of panda twins dies at Washington zoo
One of the two giant panda twins born at Washington's Smithsonian National Zoo over the weekend died on Wednesday, turning unexpected joy to tragedy in a matter of days.
With their appealing slides and wave pools, waterparks are increasingly popular places to spend a summer day. But the shallow waters belie hazards that experts say visitors who are focused on the fun may be underestimating.
Shallow depths belie hazards at popular waterparks
Thursday, August 27, 2015
Venezuela, Colombia vow more cooperation in border dispute
The foreign ministers of Colombia and Venezuela promised to jointly combat crime along the border following talks to calm a dispute caused by the closure of a major border crossing and a weeklong crackdown on smuggling forced thousands of migrants from their homes.
Reporter, cameraman killed on air; police chasing suspect
A television reporter and cameraman were shot to death on the air during a live broadcast Wednesday morning in Virginia by a gunman the governor described as a disgruntled station employee who was being chased by police on a nearby highway.
U.S. President Barack Obama on Wednesday apologized to Tokyo after WikiLeaks claimed Washington spied on Japanese politicians, a government spokesman said Wednesday.
The U.S. Defense Department is investigating whether military officials have improperly rewritten intelligence assessments to give a more optimistic view of the U.S.-led campaign against the Islamic State group in Iraq, the New York Times reported Wednesday.
Guatemala's former vice president was ordered to stand trial Tuesday, while the Supreme Court took the first step in allowing impeachment proceedings against President Otto Perez Molina in a fraud scandal that is pushing the country into political crisis.
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