Dearborn man kills wife and commits suicide
DEARBORN The local community is in shock following news of a local Arab American man who shot his wife at his home while his daughters were present and then proceeded to commit suicide.
- Earthquake felt throughout Michigan
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Baltimore and the Human Right to ResistanceAnti-Black racism, always just beneath the surface of polite racial discourse in the U.S., has exploded in reaction to the resistance of Black youth to another brutal murder by the agents of this racist, settler-colonialist state.
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Texas police shoot dead 2 gunmen at exhibit of Prophet Mohammad cartoons
(Reuters) - Texas police shot dead two gunmen who opened fire at an exhibit near Dallas of caricatures of Islam's Prophet Mohammad organized by an anti-Islamic group, authorities said on Sunday.
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Family of 20-year-old fatally shot by ICE agent speaks outDETROIT—The family of Terrence Kellom and various community groups held a press conference on Tuesday to speak out against the 20-year-old's shooting death.
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U.N. invites Syrian parties to peace talks in GenevaUNITED NATIONS — United Nations Syria envoy Staffan de Mistura has invited Syria's government and opposition groups for separate talks in Geneva next month in the latest bid to end the four-year-old civil war, a U.N. spokesman said on Friday.
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