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Woman Stabbed to Death in ‘Random' Killing; Suspect Arrested at Border: ECPD

El Cajon police said they made an arrest in the case of a woman spotted “sitting near a pool of blood at a bus stop” in El Cajon last week. At around 6:40 p.m. on June 16, the El Cajon Police Department got a phone call from a citizen who reported seeing a person – who was believed to be homeless – sitting near a pool of blood at a bus stop at the intersection of East Madison Avenue and Walter Way. The area is south of Interstate 8, east of North 2nd Street.
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Newly sanctified Tunisian cemetery for migrants filling fast

ZARZIS, Tunisia (AP) — Most of the headstones have dates but no names. Row after row of palest white, practically gleaming in the Mediterranean sun. The cemetery in Zarzis is nearly exactly as Rachid Koraïchi pictured it when he sketched his vision of the “Garden of Africa” that would be the final resting place for hundreds of anonymous men, women and children whose bodies have washed up on the shores of this coastal Tunisian city in recent years.
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Fast & Furious Twin Turbo Watch Has 832 Parts, Costs Supercar Money

The ninth installment in the Fast and Furious action-packed saga is finally coming out on June 25 after being pushed back a couple of times. What better way to celebrate the F9's release if not by introducing a timepiece just as over the top as the last couple of movies from the franchise? Swiss watch brand Jacob & Co has joined forces with Universal Studios for the Twin Turbo Fast & Furious timepiece of which only nine will be made, one to mark each movie.
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This is the single best Apple Watch deal you'll find on Prime Day

Unlike a lot of Apple products, we do actually see a few discounts on Apple Watch models, especially once a device hits the mid-point in its cycle. That's exactly where the Apple Watch Series 6 right now and, coupled with some excellent Prime Day Apple Watch deals, you have a great opportunity to snag one of Apple's wearables at a discount today.
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Israeli food truck turned away from diversity event in Philadelphia

Moshava, an Israeli food truck based in Philadelphia, announced yesterday on its Instagram that it was uninvited from the Taste of Home community event on Sunday, June 20. The food truck owners were told by event organizers Sunflower Philly, a non-profit in North Philadelphia, and Eat Up the Borders, an organization whose stated mission is to “help promote small, family, or immigrant owned businesses,” that rumors had been circulating about a possible "aggressive" anti-Jewish protest as a result of their participation.
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Car Seat Checking Station

This is a free service provided by the Matthews Police Department where a certified child passenger seat safety technician ensures that your child's seat is properly installed and answers any questions that you may have. Location: Matthews Police Department (Click here for Map) 1201 Crews Road. Matthews, NC 28105.
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Paralyzed man says helmet saved his life

BILLINGS – After a Montana man was severely injured in a motorcycle crash, he says his helmet saved his life. He’s now doing physical and occupational therapy in Billings. Chris Bell was thrown off his motorcycle near Bozeman at the beginning of June, but says his helmet gave him a fighting chance. Now, he’s paralyzed from the waist down.
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Someone Looking Over Your Shoulder

The Increasing Prevalence of Recording Medical Visits. According to a recent study (where 456 clinicians and 524 public respondents completed surveys) more than one-quarter of clinicians (129/456, 28.3%) reported that they had recorded a clinic visit for patients’ personal use, while 18.7% (98/524) of the public reported doing so, including 2.7% (14/524) who recorded visits without the clinician’s permission. Amongst clinicians who had not recorded a clinic visit, 49.5% (162/327) would be willing to do so in the future, while 66.0% (346/524) of the public would be willing to record in the future. Clinician specialty was associated with the prior recording: specifically oncology.
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NJ School Board Reverses Decision to Remove Holidays From Calendar, Citing Threats

After a five-hour shouting match with parents at a New Jersey school district, the school board has reversed its decision to remove all holidays from the school calendar. The controversy began with the Randolph School Board just removing Columbus Day from the school calendar and changing it to Indigenous People Day, but some parents weren’t happy so the board got rid of all holidays' names last month by calling them "days off." Board members reversed that decision on Monday following the lengthy meeting with angry parents.
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U.S. Chip Foundry Announces New Manufacturing Plant in Singapore

SINGAPORE — U.S.-headquartered semiconductor manufacturer GlobalFoundries announced Tuesday that it will build a new fabrication plant in Singapore to meet the unprecedented global demand for chips. The new facility will be developed in partnership with the Singapore Economic Development Board and with co-investments from committed customers, GlobalFoundries said. More than...
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Fairfax Co. Police searching for missing boy with autism

FAIRFAX COUNTY, Va. — A 12-year-old boy with autism is missing in Fairfax County, and police are asking for the public's help to find him. Fairfax County Police said in a tweet early Tuesday that Sage Contreras was last seen on Monday night, June 21, around 7:15 p.m. in the 10500 block of Oak Bluff Court in Burke, Virginia.
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Hanoi resumes in-store services of restaurants, salons

Hanoi, June 22 (SocialNews.XYZ) The Vietnamese capital Hanoi has allowed local restaurants, cafes and hair salons to reopen in-store services from Tuesday, as the latest wave of Covid-19 pandemic in the city has subsided, according to a government circular.
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GOP Ready to Block Elections Bill in Senate Showdown

The Democrats’ expansive elections and voting bill is all but certain to be rejected in a key test vote in the Senate, providing a dramatic example of Republicans’ use of the filibuster to block legislation and forcing hard questions for Democrats over next steps. The far-reaching proposal, at nearly 900...
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This Little-Known Payments Start-Up Is Now Europe's Third-Biggest Fintech

LONDON — Mollie was a relatively little-known company before Covid-19. Now, it's one of Europe's biggest fintechs. The Amsterdam-based online payments processor finally became a "unicorn" valued at more than $1 billion in September, more than a decade after it was founded by Dutch entrepreneur Adriaan Mol in 2004. On...
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Drive-by shooting near University of Akron wounds teen, 1 other

AKRON, Ohio — A 17-year-old male and a 22-year-old man were wounded in a drive-by shooting near the University of Akron campus downtown, police say. Officers were called to the 400 block of East Exchange Street at about 2 a.m. Sunday after receiving reports of a shooting. When police arrived, they learned the two victims had been taken to Summa Health Akron City Hospital in private vehicles.