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Police Arrest Suspect Who Killed Four In Memphis Shooting Spree

The suspect responsible for causing terror and widespread apprehension across Memphis on Wednesday has been arrested by Police. Ezekiel Kelly, 19, is in custody after Memphis police issued an alert Wednesday evening to be on the lookout for an armed and dangerous man who police said was on a shooting rampage across the city. He drove around the city shooting at people during an hours-long rampage that forced frightened people to shelter in different places. The rampage began at 12:56 a.m. Wednesday and continued to about 8:30 p.m. There were at least eight crime scenes: the seven shootings and the carjacking of a Dodge Challenger in Southaven, Mississippi, Davis said. Four people have been killed during the senseless shooting while three others were injured. As the shooter terrorized Memphis, public bus service was suspended and a downtown stadium where a minor-league baseball game was underway was placed on lockdown.

Argentine VP Survives Assassination Attempt

Argentina’s Vice President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has survived an assassination attempt outside her home after an assailant pointed a handgun that jammed, the country's president said. According to, President Alberto Fernández, the pistol did not discharge when the man tried to fire it. "A man pointed a firearm at her head and pulled the trigger," the president said in a national broadcast following the incident. He said the firearm was loaded with five bullets but "didn't fire even though the trigger was pulled." - He said.

Drone Strike Kills Al-Qaeda Leader, Ayman Al-Zawahiri

An early-morning drone strike has killed Ayman al-Zawahri, leader of Al Qaeda after Osama bin Laden’s death, at an urban safe house in Afghanistan ending a 21-year manhunt for the Egyptian radical. According to a confirmation made by the United States of America (USA) President, Joe Biden on Monday, “I authorized a precision strike that would remove him from the battlefield, once and for all.”

Protests As US Supreme Court Ends Right To Abortion

Protests are continuing in cities and towns across America after the Supreme Court stripped away constitutional protection for those seeking abortions. The court overturned the landmark ruling of Roe v Wade, a move that is likely to lead to bans on abortions in roughly half of states. Pregnant women considering abortions were already dealing with a near-complete ban in Oklahoma and a ban after roughly six weeks in Texas. Clinics in at least eight other states - Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Kentucky, Missouri, South Dakota, Wisconsin, and West Virginia - have stopped performing abortions following the decision. The US Supreme Court on Friday terminated the right to abortion in a seismic ruling that shreds half a century of constitutional protections on one of the most divisive and bitterly fought issues in American political life. The court overturned the landmark 1973 “Roe v Wade” decision that enshrined a woman’s right to an abortion, noting that individual states can now permit or restrict the procedure themselves. The ruling was the result of a staggeringly successful generational quest by the conservative movement at all political levels, from grassroots social and religious activists through the founding leaders of a right-wing legal establishment to successive Republican presidents.

Colombia Swears In Ex-rebel, Gustavo Petro As President

A former member of Colombia’s M-19 guerrilla group, Gustavo Petro has been sworn into office on Sunday after winning the presidential election in June. Gustavo Petro who is now Colombia’s first leftist president promised to unite the polarised country in the fight against inequality and climate change, and achieve peace with rebel groups and criminal gangs.

About 50 Migrants Found Dead Inside Truck In Texas

The bodies of at least 46 people believed to be migrants were found on Monday in and around an abandoned tractor-trailer on the outskirts of San Antonio, a major city in south-central Texas, officials said. Officials said a city worker had discovered the 18-wheeler that carried up to 100 individuals abandoned at the scene after hearing cries for help. Nearly two dozen Mexicans, seven Guatemalans and two Hondurans were among the dead. Those found alive, including four children, were taken to hospital but suffered apparent heat exhaustion and dehydration. More of the surviving migrants later died at a Texas hospital Tuesday morning according to officials, bringing the total death toll to 50. Three later died at Baptist Medical Center, a spokeswoman confirmed. Where the 50th victim died was not immediately clear.

Oklahoma Hospital Shooting: New Details Emerge On Gunman Who Killed 4

The US Police has released new details on Thursday regarding what led to the killing of four persons in a shooting at a medical center in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The gunman, identified as Michael Louis, who police also found dead, shot and killed Dr. Preston Phillips, Dr. Stepanie Husen; a receptionist, Amanda Glenn; and William Love, who was with a patient on Wednesday. The shooter recently been a surgery patient of one of the victims, Tulsa Police Chief Wendell Franklin said in a news conference Thursday. Franklin said the suspect, who died of an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound, had back surgery on 19 May and after being released from hospital on 24 May complained to his surgeon, Dr. Phillips, about pain. On 31 May, after requesting additional treatment, the gunman had a follow-up appointment.

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