L.A. deputies shoot at pitbull, but kill teen
24 June 2017 | 3:00 am
The Los Angeles Sheriff's Department says deputies mistakenly shot and killed a teenager, identified as Armando Garcia-Muro, while shooting at an aggressive pitbull.
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Heinz-Christian Strache faced his second corruption case in two years. This time, the court found insufficient evidence for conviction. In 2019, a scandal surrounding him brought down Austria's entire federal government.
23 Aug 2022
Olaf Scholz and Robert Habeck are on a three-day visit seeking to sign a hydrogen production deal with Canada and foster new energy ties amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
9 Sep 2022
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17 Sep 2022
A lightning Ukrainian counter-offensive has recaptured 6,000 square kilometres of territory in the country's northeast and south since the start of September, according to President Volodymyr Zelensky.
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20 Sep 2022
Dozens of Venezuelans were taken from Texas to an island off the Massachusetts coast. The details of the flight arrangements, supported by right-wing Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, are now under investigation.
8 Nov 2022
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23 Dec 2022
The former movie mogul faced four allegations of rape and sexual misconduct in California after his conviction in New York. He could be sentenced to an additional 18-24 years in prison.
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