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A grand jury indicted six Baltimore police officers May 21 over the death of African-American Freddie Gray in their custody last month, a state attorney said.
WASHINGTON - Agence France-Presse
In early October, a federal judge in Washington ordered President Barack Obama's administration to make public 28 videos showing inmates being fed by tubes inserted through the nose
NEW YORK - Agence France-Presse
A doctor who recently returned to New York from treating Ebola patients in Guinea tested positive on Oct. 23 for the deadly virus, the first confirmed case in the city, officials said.
RIO DE JANEIRO - Agence France-Presse
Brazilians narrowly voted leftist President Dilma Rousseff back into office for a second term after a bitter election campaign that split the country largely between the poor north and richer south
NEW YORK - Reuters
A hatchet-wielding attacker charged a group of New York City police officers posing for a photograph on Oct. 24, wounded two, one critically, before the assailant was shot dead, police said.
Former US president Bill Clinton encouraged gay rights activists to continue their push to bring down barriers, following recent court victories for gay marriage advocates in the United States
MONTREAL/VANCOUVER - Reuters
The gunman who killed a soldier in Ottawa and then raced through Canada's parliament before being shot dead was a misfit and perhaps mentally ill
NEW YORK – Anadolu Agency
The real-life protagonist of the Academy award-winning 1978 film “Midnight Express” has again expressed his regret at how Turkey and its people were portrayed in the controversial film.
OTTAWA - Agence France-Presse
Canada's prime minister vowed Wednesday to redouble the nation's fight against "terrorist organizations" after a soldier was gunned down in the capital and parliament was stormed by an assailant.
NEW YORK – Doğan News Agency
The real-life character from the controversial 1978 movie “Midnight Express” will raise the Turkish flag on Wall Street
The United States ratcheted up its safeguards against Ebola on Oct. 21, requiring travelers from three countries at the center of an epidemic in West Africa to fly into one of five major airports conducting enhanced screening for the virus.
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