Iran military parade attacked by gunmen in Ahvaz

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NC river swirls with gray muck near flooded coal ash dump

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Michael Cohen visits NY courthouse a month after guilty plea

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Cruz, O'Rourke trade attacks during testy 1st Texas debate

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Mueller Probe's Fate Hinges On Rod Rosenstein Convincing Trump He Was Just Joking

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Paul McCartney remembers John Lennon at New York gun control rally: 'One of my best friends was killed by gun violence right around here'

Paul McCartney remembers John Lennon at New York gun control rally: 'One of my best friends was killed by gun violence right around here'Sir Paul was referring to his fellow Beatles member John Lennon, who was shot and killed by Mark David Chapman outside the entrance to the Dakota apartment building in Manhattan on 8 December 1980. Wearing a shirt emblazoned with the phrase “We can end gun violence,” Sir Paul said that what happened to Lennon means the issue is “important to me”. The music star was one of 175,000 people to take part in the New York event, according to a tweet from the city’s mayor Bill de Blasio.


At gun control rally in Parkland, grief is transformed into hope

At gun control rally in Parkland, grief is transformed into hopeA little over a month after a school shooting killed 17 people in Parkland, Florida, hopeful locals gathered on Saturday to demand change. The protesters met at Parkland’s Pine Trails Park, the same place where a somber vigil was held in the wake of the February 14 attack at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. “The vigil was a night of mourning and this day is an active day,” Kuishawn Cole, a 17-year-old Stoneman Douglas student, told AFP.