One police officer was killed and two injured in a shooting attack on Paris’ Champs-Elysees boulevard on Thursday. French police confirmed that the suspect was shot and killed by officers while fleeing the scene. Hundreds of police swarmed the area near the Arc de Triomphe following the attack that occurred around 9pm. This video from Ludovic Vickers shows the police response in the aftermath of the attack.
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Police swarm Champs-Elysees after shooting
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Pope Francis joked with First Lady Melania Trump upon their meeting at the Vatican on May 24. He pointed to the President and asked her, "What are you feeding him, potica?" Potica is a traditional Slovenian dessert, a favorite of Pope Francis.
Cuba seems like a water-rich country, with abundant rainfall, rivers crisscrossing the island and groundwater that bubbles up in turquoise springs. But it has always struggled to provide enough fresh water for its people. This story is part of a “Cuba: Outside In” multimedia storytelling project done by students from the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications.
As it's confirmed the rape investigation against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been dropped by Sweden's Director of Public Prosecution, here's a look back at the key moments from the issuing of an arrest warrant back in 2010.
Conducting cancer research in the microgravity environment of the International Space Station offers unique insight into the genetic and cellular processes that can’t be duplicated on Earth. Luis Zea, a research associate at BioServe Space Technologies, explains that cells grown in space arrange themselves into three-dimensional groupings, or aggregates, which more closely resemble what happens in the body. Such research could help scientists pinpoint the cellular changes that cause cancer, potentially leading to new treatments that enhance the quality of life for patients or potentially develop preventive measures.
A giant carcass found washed up on Huamual beach in Indonesia’s Maluku province puzzled locals and authorities. According to local reports, fishermen believed it to be a giant squid, but a coordinator of Indonesia’s Marine and Coastal Resources Management said it was likely a whale. Lab tests are underway to confirm the species.
Haitian and immigration advocates held a rally in front of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office in Little Haiti on Saturday, May 13, 2017, demanding the Trump administration extend Temporary Protected Status for Haitians.