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August 23, 2018

Knife-wielding man kills 1, injures 2 near Paris

(PARIS) -- A man wielding a knife killed one person and injured two others near Paris on Thursday. The suspect was shot and killed by police, authorities said. Police have not disclosed a possible motive in the attack. The man was known for having promoted a radical Islamic ideology, but authorities have yet to declare the assault a terrorist attack, according to BFM-TV. The attack occurred in Trappes, a suburb about 40 minutes west of Paris, said police, who urged residents to avoid the area. “..
August 23, 2018

Knife-wielding man kills 2 in Paris suburb

iStock/Thinkstock(PARIS) -- A knife-wielding man killed two people and seriously injured another victim near Paris on Thursday, French authorities said. The attack occurred in Trappes, a suburb about 20 miles southwest of Paris, officials said. The suspect entered a villa where his mother lived and killed her and his sister, authorities said. A third victim, whom the Associated Press identified as a woman, was stabbed outside. That victim, who was gravely injured, was not a relative of the suspe..
August 23, 2018

Young soccer players rescued from Thai cave thank the world for teaching them ‘love’

ABC News(MAE SAI, Thailand) -- Sitting on an ornate carpet in a Thailand temple on Wednesday, a golden Buddha staring over their shoulders, the 12 young soccer players and their coach beamed with smiles and spoke of the uncertainty they faced while trapped in a flooded jungle cave — and the lessons they learned. In an exclusive interview with ABC News, the members of the Wild Boars soccer team reunited, eager to thank the world for the outpouring of love and support that went into rescuing them ..
August 22, 2018

Italian company behind bridge collapse offers 500M euros to help victims, build new bridge

Awakening/Getty Images(GENOA, Italy) -- The toll-road operator that manages a highway bridge that collapsed in northwest Italy has approved more than half a billion dollars in initial funding to help those affected by the disaster and to pay for a new steel bridge. Autostrade per l’Italia’s board members agreed on an initial list of proposed, self-funded initiatives to the tune of an estimated 500 million euros ($572 million) during a meeting Tuesday. Their commitment comes one week after a vast..