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  1. SWAT and police are seen in Coral Springs, Florida, US, February 14, 2018. Image obtained from social media/Twitter/@Grumpyhaus At least three people died and 50 were wounded when a gunman opened fire at a Florida high school on Wednesday, local media reported, with dozens of police and emergency officials surrounding the building while students fled. Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland ? about 72 kilometres (45 miles) north of Miami ? had been placed on a ?code red? lockdown but had no information on victims, a spokeswoman for the county sheriff?s office said. SWAT and police are seen in Coral Springs, Florida, US, February 14, 2018. Image obtained from social media/Twitter/@Grumpyhaus The sheriff?s office said on Twitter that the shooter was still at large. Florida?s WSVN-TV reported at least 20 people were injured. Live television showed dozens of students running and walking away from the school, weaving their way between large numbers of emergency vehicles including police cars, ambulances, and fire trucks. Image Courtesy: CNN/Screenshot Others, in the television images, were being led out of the school by heavily-armed police officers and an armoured vehicle filled with a SWAT team arriving at the scene. One injured victim was seen being placed into an ambulance on a stretcher. Local FOX-10 TV reported that five people were seen being treated by paramedics.
  2. Authorities investigating the slaying of nine men at a house in Monterrey, Mexico said Sunday small local drug-trafficking groups appeared to be involved but not major drug cartels. Photo: AFP MONTERREY: Authorities investigating the slaying of nine men at a house in Monterrey, Mexico said Sunday small local drug-trafficking groups appeared to be involved but not major drug cartels. The men were watching a football match on television on Saturday when armed attackers burst into the house, herded women into the bathroom and then opened fire on the men, the attorney general of the state of Nuevo Leon, Bernardo Gonzalez, said. Seven men were killed on the spot and two others died of their wounds after being taken to local hospitals, he said. Gonzalez said drugs were found in the house, and the attack appeared to involve local drug traffickers. But in an interview on local television, he insisted, "This is an isolated incident. It has nothing to do with a dispute between cartels in our state." Monterrey, an important industrial centre in northern Mexico, has been shaken by drug violence in recent years, stemming from a conflict between the Gulf and Zeta cartels. Omar Trevino, the Zeta leader known as Z-42 and considered one of Mexico´s most ruthless drug bosses, was arrested in 2015 in a posh Monterrey suburb.
  3. THE HAGUE: A shooting in downtown Amsterdam on Friday night left one person dead and two injured, Dutch police said. "One person has died and two wounded ? a man and a young woman ? were taken to hospital after a shooting on Grote Wittenburgerstraat, in the city centre," Amsterdam police spokesman Leo Dortland told AFP. "This is clearly not a terror attack, but a criminal incident," he said, adding that police were still looking for the attacker or attackers. Witnesses heard several gunshots and saw a hooded man run away, Dutch media reported. "The research unit has launched a broad investigation," Dortland said, adding that the streets in the area had been cordoned off. The police were interviewing witnesses and taking fingerprints at the crime scene.
  4. File photo. -AFP CHICAGO: A gunman killed one person and wounded several others Tuesday at a high school in Kentucky before being taken into custody, officials said. The shooting occurred at the Marshall County High School in Benton, Kentucky, a small town about 120 miles northwest of Nashville. "Tragic shooting at Marshall County HS...Shooter is in custody, one confirmed fatality, multiple others wounded...Much yet unknown," Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin said on Twitter. The Kentucky Department of Education confirmed the one fatality. Local media reported that seven people also were injured. Three were airlifted to a hospital, according to local TV station WSMV. State police said the scene had been "secured," and that a sheriff´s deputy had apprehended the shooter. Students ran from the scene after hearing shots, the Marshall County Tribune-Courier newspaper reported on its Facebook page, adding that the school was placed on lockdown as the incident unfolded, Students later were bused to a neighboring school where parents could retrieve them, it said. "This is a tremendous tragedy and speaks to the heartbreak present in our communities," Bevin said in a statement. "It is unbelievable that this would happen in a small, close-knit community like Marshall County."
  5. People watch an ambulance leave at the scene of a shooting at a Walmart in Thornton. -AFP WASHINGTON: A man suspected of walking into a Walmart store in Colorado and "nonchalantly" shooting to death two men and a woman has been arrested, police said Thursday. The seemingly random shooting Wednesday in Thornton, Colorado comes a month after a gunman killed 58 people in Las Vegas, the deadliest mass shooting in recent US history. Police identified the suspect in the latest shooting as 47-year-old Scott Ostrem, and said on Twitter he had been taken into custody. Police spokesman Victor Avila said the suspect calmly walked into the Walmart store at 6:10 pm. Walmart employees and shoppers leave the scene of a shooting at a Walmart in Thornton. -AFP "He walked in very nonchalantly with his hands in the pockets, raised a weapon and began shooting. Then he turns around and walks out of the store," the Denver Post quoted Avila as saying. "From what we have right now it appears to be random. It´s a crazy world we live in." Police said the fatalities were two men and a woman. The female victim died later at the hospital. More than 33,000 gun-related deaths occur annually in the United States, according to a study released this month. Moves to curb gun ownership have failed repeatedly to make it through the US Congress over the years, despite a lengthening string of violent episodes.
  6. While the world is still trying to recuperate from the deadly attacks that took several lives in 2017, it seems the terrorists will stop at nothing to spread terrorism and will continue doing nefarious deeds and taking innocent lives. This weekend too, the world witnessed another massacre in Las Vegas where more than 50 people died and over 200 were left injured, after a gunman reportedly opened fire from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay Hotel, during a music festival that was happening on the ground. © Reuters What initially sounded like fireworks soon turned the hoots and cheers into screams and stampede when people saw those standing next to them, collapse in a pool of blood. People are touting this as one of the deadliest mass shootings in American history, the impact of which has shaken the world from its core. However, like Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “Only in the darkness can you see the stars”; it is only in the face of terror that we realize the goodness hasn't completely faded from this world. Here the celebrities turned out to be the stars who came together to express their pain and give courage to those who lost their loved ones. Country singer Jason Aldean who was performing on stage during the attack, took to Instagram to share his thoughts and wrote, “Tonight has been beyond horrific. I still don't know what to say but wanted to let everyone know that Me and my Crew are safe. My Thoughts and prayers go out to everyone involved tonight. It hurts my heart that this would happen to anyone who was just coming out to enjoy what should have been a fun night.” Tonight has been beyond horrific. I still dont know what to say but wanted to let everyone know that Me and my Crew are safe. My Thoughts and prayers go out to everyone involved tonight. It hurts my heart that this would happen to anyone who was just coming out to enjoy what should have been a fun night. #heartbroken #stopthehate A post shared by Jason Aldean (@jasonaldean) on Oct 2, 2017 at 1:17am PDT In fact, in the wake of this attack, host Jimmy Fallon opened his show ‘The Tonight Show' saying, “In the face of tragedies and acts of terror we need to remember that good still exists in this world.” Singer Miley Cyrus started the show by paying an emotional tribute to the victims of the Las Vegas mass shooting along with actor Adam Sandler, who played the guitar. They sang Dido's ‘No Freedom' on the show. Miley concluded the show with her song ‘The Climb' and her heartbreaking performance welled up our eyes as we realized how difficult things are for the victims and their loved ones. From Taylor Swift to Jake Owen, other celebrities too came forward to condemn this heinous act and stood in solidarity with the victims. I'm not gonna say anything else other than I'm lucky to be alive. As are many others... and so many people are gone... this is heartbreaking — ChrisYoungMusic (@ChrisYoungMusic) 2 October 2017 Praying for everyone here in Vegas. I witnessed the most unimaginable event tonight. We are okay. Others arent. Please pray. — Jake Owen (@jakeowen) 2 October 2017 There are no words to express the helplessness and sorrow my broken heart feels for the victims in Vegas and their families. — Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) 2 October 2017 Don't even know what to say. To be in Vegas while this is happening, brings a pain to my heart. My team and I are safe Thank God! Prayers up — Trey Songz (@TreySongz) 2 October 2017 The news about Vegas is devastating. Sending all our love to the people there right now â¤ï¸â¤ï¸â¤ï¸ — HAIM (@HAIMtheband) 2 October 2017 Oh God. Vegas. WTF is happening. Can't keep up with all the pain this country is facing. Sending love to Vegas. — bob saget (@bobsaget) 2 October 2017 Too much to comprehend. These poor people. This poor country. — billy eichner (@billyeichner) 2 October 2017 I can't believe what just happened in Las Vegas! What is our world coming to?! ð­ My prayers go out to the victims & their families. ð — Paris Hilton (@ParisHilton) 2 October 2017 Michelle & I are praying for the victims in Las Vegas. Our thoughts are with their families & everyone enduring another senseless tragedy. — Barack Obama (@BarackObama) October 2, 2017 My heart breaks...biggest mass shooting in US history. Praying for Las Vegas. — Kourtney Kardashian (@kourtneykardash) October 2, 2017 Praying for all the innocent victims and their families in Las Vegas - Céline xx... #LasVegas — Celine Dion (@celinedion) October 2, 2017
  7. LAS VEGAS: At least 59 people were killed and 527 injured when a gunman opened fire on concert-goers Sunday night in Las Vegas. Here's what we know about the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history: What happened A crowd of more than 22,000 people was listening to country music star Jason Aldean at the Route 91 Harvest Festival when bursts of automatic gunfire erupted around 10:08 pm (0508 GMT). Police said the lone shooter opened fire with multiple weapons on concert-goers from his 32nd floor room at the Mandalay Bay hotel-casino across the street on the famed Las Vegas Strip. "People started grabbing their loved-ones and just strangers, and trying to help them get out of the way," said Ralph Rodriguez, IT consultant who was at the concert with a group of friends. The gunman Police identified the gunman as Stephen Craig Paddock, a wealthy retired former accountant from Mesquite, Nevada, around 80 miles (130 kilometres) northeast of Las Vegas. The sole suspect in the shooting, the 64-year-old Paddock killed himself in his hotel room as a police SWAT team was about to break in. Police recovered at least 16 rifles from his room, and later found a weapons cache including over 18 firearms, explosives and several thousand rounds of ammo at his home in Mesquite. A former accountant and a licensed private pilot, police said Paddock had had no known brushes with the law. Eric Paddock, the gunman´s elder brother, told local media he could not fathom what motivated him. Stephen Paddock regularly played high-stakes video poker but was wealthy and had "no religious affiliation, no political affiliation," the brother said. Deadliest US mass shooting ever Las Vegas Sheriff Joseph Lombardo said 59 people had been confirmed dead and 527 wounded. The toll could yet rise but the Las Vegas Strip shooting is already the deadliest ever in the United States, exceeding the toll of 49 killed at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida in June 2016. Political reaction In a televised address, Trump described the massacre as an "act of pure evil" but said it would not shatter the nation´s "unity." Trump refrained from addressing the unproven claim of responsibility from Daesh, or calls for gun control and the White House said it would be "premature" to reopen the US debate on tighter gun restrictions. Trump led White House staff and senior US officials in a moment of silence on the South Lawn of the White House, and announced he would visit Las Vegas on Wednesday.
  8. Las Vegas Metro Police officers gather near the intersection of Tropicana Avenue and Las Vegas Boulevard South after a mass shooting at a music festival on the Strip/Reuters LAS VEGAS: A gunman opened fire at a country music festival on the Las Vegas Strip on Sunday, killing more than 50 people and wounding more than 200 others before the suspect was killed by police. Police identified the suspect as a local Las Vegas man who acted alone, Sheriff Joseph Lombardo of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department said at a briefing. But authorities were seeking an Asian female who police described as a companion of the suspect, he said. Las Vegas police later identified the suspect as Stephen Paddock. They said that rumours of other shootings in the area were false. Off-duty police were believed to be among the victims. Witnesses on social media said the shooting broke out on the last night of the three-day Route 91 Harvest festival, a sold-out event attended by thousands and featuring top acts such as Eric Church, Sam Hunt and Jason Aldean. US media, including Fox News, reported that Aldean was performing around 10:45 pm local time on Sunday when the rampage began but that he had been bundled safely off stage at the event outside the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in the Nevada gambling mecca. CNN reported all the artists were safe. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/2b88ffb076ac118822af2822df65bb7a.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9MTAvMi8yMDE3IDk6Mzk6MjIgQU0maGFzaF92YWx1ZT03a3RYM3Vta3U2TGdZK3dRNVExcktnPT0mdmFsaWRtaW51dGVzPTYwJmlkPTE= style=center] Las Vegas is an internationally renowned major resort city, known primarily for its gambling, shopping and entertainment. Police have disclosed no information that would suggest a motive for the shooting or revealed the identify of the suspect. Even so, the rampage was reminiscent of a mass shooting at a Paris rock concert in November 2015 that killed 89 people, part of a coordinated attack by militants that left 130 dead.
  9. MIAMI: A shooting on Monday at an industrial park in the Florida city of Orlando has resulted in "multiple fatalities," authorities said, without describing the circumstances of the incident. The Orange County Sheriff´s office said the situation had been "stabilised." "Multiple fatalities. Situation contained. Sheriff will brief as soon as info is accurate," the sheriff´s office said on Twitter. A year ago, the city -- a hub of Florida´s resort industry popular with tourists -- was the scene of a mass shooting in a gay nightclub that left 49 people dead and dozens more wounded.
  10. A gunman who opened fire on Wednesday on a college campus in the Dallas suburb of Irving, Texas, apparently killed one victim and committed suicide, local police said. A man witnesses said was armed with a handgun was reported to have opened fire at North Lake College, prompting authorities to swarm the campus in search of the suspect and victims as school officials imposed an immediate security "lockdown." A short time later, Irving police reported on Twitter that there appeared "to be no continuing threat," adding that law enforcement officers were continuing to search the campus to ensure all was safe. A separate Twitter post added: "We have what appears to be one victim deceased (and) the shooter has committed suicide." There was no further immediate official information. Irving Police spokesman James McLellan told reporters earlier there had been radio chatter about injuries. After police said the shooter was dead, college officials announced the school would be closed for the rest of the day. Overhead video footage of the scene broadcast by local news media showed students filing out of school buildings as police evacuated the campus. Earlier, video clips showed students in groups running for safety and numerous police vehicles on campus.