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Tuesday September 3rd, 2019 day edition

image for Texas gunman who killed seven had previously failed background check for firearm

(Reuters) - The gunman who killed seven people and wounded 23 others in a rolling rampage across West Texas obtained an assault-style rifle despite failing a background check, state and law enforcement officials said on Monday.

He called local emergency 911 responders and then an FBI tip line to make rambling statements, officials said.

It was the second mass shooting in Texas in four weeks, and the state’s Republican governor, Greg Abbott, expressed frustration on Monday the suspect had a firearm.

It also was not immediately clear when or why he had failed the background check.

A man holds flowers and a candle as people gather for a vigil following Saturday's shooting in Odessa, Texas, U.S. September 1, 2019.

Ator was later cornered by officers in the parking lot of a cinema complex in Odessa where he was shot and killed.

The rampage came about a month after a gunman from the Dallas area killed 22 people on Aug. 3 at a Walmart store about 255 miles (410 km) west of Midland in El Paso, Texas. »

Teen went blind after eating only Pringles, fries, ham and sausage: case study

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His doctor gave him some vitamin B12 injections to treat low levels of the vitamin and suggested some dietary changes.

A year later, the boy had developed hearing loss and symptoms related to his vision, but doctors could not determine the cause.

The authors of the U.K. case study say “fussy eating” restricted to junk food that causes serious nutritional deficiencies is a form of eating disorder. »

Balance in Path of Exile: Blight

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Hopefully you've enjoyed this look at the upcoming balance changes, and we look forward to playing with you all in the upcoming Blight league!

It should be a more desirable path for builds that don't rely entirely on their minions as a result.

Hopefully you've enjoyed this look at the upcoming balance changes, and we look forward to playing with you all in the upcoming Blight league!. »

US 'Complicit in This Nightmare,' Says Sanders, After Trump-Backed Saudi Coalition Kills Over 100 in Bombing of Yemeni Prison

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It's a college building that has been empty and has been used as a detention facility for a while," Rauchenstein told AFP.

According to ICRC, there were around 170 people in the detention facility when it was attacked by the Saudi-led coalition.

"We need to understand now what exactly happened and how we can support the injured and families of the dead. »

The photo Trump tweeted out from a classified briefing likely came from one of the US's most secretive spy satellites

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The capabilities of these satellites are closely-guarded secrets, and people have previously been sent to prison for leaking photos from them.

President Donald Trump tweeted out an image on Friday from a classified briefing to taunt Iran, and analysts suspect the photo came from one of the US's most advanced satellites.

Specifically, the photo is believed to have come from a US KH-11 spy satellite called USA-224. »