Bar owner found suspect sleeping in doorway

Bar owner found suspect sleeping in doorway

Story highlights Ahmad Rahami, 28, was captured after a shootout with police He was sleeping in the doorway of a bar in New Jersey Harinder Bains, who said he had been watching CNN at another business across the street, recognized 28-year-old Rahami outside Merdie’s Tavern and alerted police. Rahami, who seemed to be napping, had let himself into the small enclosure outside the nondescript brick building. Bains’ phone call led authorities to the bar, which is about three miles south of where police found a backpack containing bombs. The confrontation…

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Rosberg reclaims F1 title lead

Rosberg reclaims F1 title lead

With Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton finishing third, Rosberg has built an eight-point lead as he bids for his first world championship crown. Red Bull’s Ricciardo, gambling on a late pit stop for super soft tires, made massive inroads into Rosberg’s lead in the closing laps, but ran out of road in the 61-lap night race, finishing just four-tenths of a second behind. Hamilton, who started third on the grid behind the leading two, was never a factor and only a clever piece of late race strategy by his pit crew…

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Second Palestinian assailant dead after Hebron attack (AFP)

Second Palestinian assailant dead after Hebron attack (AFP)

AFPon September 19, 2016, 10:10 pm Palestinian pair try to stab Israeli officers, one shot dead Jerusalem (AFP) – A Palestinian shot by police during a stabbing attack against Israeli officers in the West Bank city of Hebron on Monday has died of his wounds, a hospital statement said. His accomplice was shot dead on the spot. “The second terrorist… brought to Shaare Zedek hospital in critical condition… has died of his injuries,” the statement said. Source link

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How a boy's adventure helped a lion escape

How a boy's adventure helped a lion escape

Posted September 20, 2016 08:23:53 Photo: Cover of the African Lion Safari souvenir magazine. (Supplied: African Lion Safari) When a couple of 12-year-olds muck around on bushland at the edge of suburbia, it’s usually harmless. Unless, that is, they live near a defunct animal park, where the exotic and dangerous wildlife stayed long after ticket sales ended. In the Warragamba area in Sydney’s outer west there are the remains of the African Lion Safari—a tourist attraction that gave patrons the chance to have their car windows licked clean by lions….

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Plenty of magic at Royal Melbourne Show

Plenty of magic at Royal Melbourne Show

ALANNAH-Rose, 5, was among thousands of people to revel in the magic of the Royal Melbourne Show yesterday. Melbourne produced some of its finest weather in weeks, helping the Show off to a great start, according to Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria chief executive Mark O’Sullivan. media_cameraAlannah-Rose, 5, is all smiles with her unicorn. Picture: Ian Curriemedia_cameraRuby, 7, cuddles up to a goat in the Animal Nursery. Picture: Ian Curriemedia_cameraSister and brother Georgia, 9, and Nicholas, 7, with some showbags. Picture: Ian Curriemedia_camera‘Tuff’ the cattle dog rounds up some sheep….

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