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The Latest: Man flew plane into home after domestic incident

The Latest: Man flew plane into home after domestic incidentPAYSON, Utah (AP) — The Latest on a small plane that crashed into a Utah home (all times local):



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Police: Man flies plane into his home after fight with wife

Police: Man flies plane into his home after fight with wifePAYSON, Utah (AP) — A Utah man flew a small plane into his own house early Monday just hours after he had been arrested for assaulting his wife in a nearby canyon where the couple went to talk over their problems, authorities said.



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Trevor Noah: Trump Immigration Moves Hitting Close To Home

Trevor Noah: Trump Immigration Moves Hitting Close To HomeThe president's attitude toward immigrants was weighing heavily on Trevor Noah



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Get A Glimpse Of Ryan Korban's Glamorous Home

Get A Glimpse Of Ryan Korban's Glamorous Home



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Romania police probe anti-semitic graffiti at Elie Wiesel home

Romania police probe anti-semitic graffiti at Elie Wiesel homeRomanian police on Saturday announced a probe into anti-semitic graffiti found on the walls of the house where Nobel Peace prize winner Elie Wiesel was born. “An enquiry is underway to identify those responsible,” police spokeswoman Florina Metes said, adding that officers were studying footage from surveillance cameras in the northern town of Sighetu Marmatiei, hometown of Holocaust survivor Wiesel who died in New York in 2016. “This grotesque act represents an attack not only on the memory of Elie Wiesel but on all the victims of the Holocaust,” said the national institute for Holocaust studies, which is named after Wiesel.



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Deployed Soldier`s Dog Found Safe Two Months After Escaping Foster Home

Deployed Soldier`s Dog Found Safe Two Months After Escaping Foster HomeDavid Powell can breathe a sigh of relief after a deployed soldier`s dog in his car was found after being missing for two months.



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Thai cave boys return home after completing training at Buddhist temple

Thai cave boys return home after completing training at Buddhist templeWith their heads bowed and wearing orange robes, the members of the boys’ soccer team rescued from almost three weeks trapped in a cave in northern Thailand on Saturday completed their time as novice Buddhist monks. About 300 people gathered for the ceremony on a rainy morning that saw the boys leave temple life to return to their families. Those present gave alms – flowers, food, money – as a gesture of their religious devotion. The July 25 ordination of 11 boys of the Wild Boars soccer team along with the 25-year-old coach was especially dedicated to a former Thai navy SEAL, Saman Gunan, who died while diving during a volunteer mission to supply the cave with oxygen tanks essential to a successful rescue. A twelfth boy did not go through the religious ritual because he is not Buddhist. At the temple near Thailand’s mountainous border with Myanmar, the boys and their coach sat barefooted in a large pavilion in their orange robes. The adults sitting behind them wore white. Members of the "Wild Boars" football team attend a ceremony to mark the end of their retreat as novice Buddhist monks Credit: AFP With heads bowed, they prayed, fidgeted and occasionally yawned as monks chanted sacred texts. They then placed new monks’ robes on a table in front of a large photo of Saman. They afterward changed into white shirts and blue pants. Coach Ekapol "Ake" Chanthawong remained in his Buddhist robe, as he has committed to an extended period in the monkhood. Although they will be giving up their Buddhist robes, it is likely that the boys will retain some of the solitude of temple life, as the government has discouraged for the time being any interviews with them, wielding the threat of legal action under child protection laws. Thai cave rescue | Read more While there has been some criticism that the government wants to control the narrative of the boys’ ordeal to exploit for political purposes – Thailand’s military rulers are seeking to booster their popularity ahead of a possible election next year – psychologists agree that the boys may be vulnerable to post-traumatic stress disorder. Both their physical and mental health has been judged fine. According Dr Paul Auerbach of the Department of Emergency Medicine at Stanford University’s medical school, it is possible that they might suffer withdrawal or perhaps post-traumatic stress disorder, which is characterised by symptoms that include insomnia, nightmares, hypervigilance, low mood, difficulty concentrating on schoolwork, flashbacks and avoidance of situations similar to those that caused the original trauma. "On the bright side, it is predictable that not all will be adversely affected – perhaps only about a third of them – and in those cases only a few might require professional psychological or psychiatric intervention," he said, speaking before the rescue. The 11 rescued Thai boys and members of the "Wild Boars" football team and coach Ekkapol Chantawong  Credit: AFP The boys and their coach entered the cave on June 23 for a quick, casual trek, but flooding quickly blocked the exit and they had to retreat deeper inside the cave. Heavy rains raised water levels further and thwarted the initial searches before two British divers on July 2 found the group huddled on a dry patch of ground, safe but hungry. They were extricated from the cave in an intricate operation involving an international team of divers over three days beginning July 8. The epic event is being commemorated with construction of a museum, expected to open within six months, along with a statue of Saman. Mr Saman, who is considered a national hero, was cremated in a royally sponsored funeral and had his ashes scattered in the Mekong River.



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Man with Down's Syndrome shot dead by Swedish police after running away from home with toy gun 

Man with Down's Syndrome shot dead by Swedish police after running away from home with toy gun A man with Down’s Syndrome has been shot dead by Swedish police after running away from home in the middle of the night carrying a toy gun. Eric Torell, 20, who was autistic and was described by his family as being severely disabled, was fatally shot by police who erroneously believed he was carrying a real weapon in the early hours of Thursday morning in downtown Stockholm. Police officers say Mr Torell acted “threateningly” after responding to reports of a man showing a gun to residents at around 4am local time in the district of Vasastan. He died of his injuries after being shot in the stomach. One witness, who was awoken by the sound of several gunshots, said they heard police shouting at someone to lay down his weapon and lie on the ground. Mr Torell had been staying with his father when he wandered out of his home with the toy gun his mother, Katarina Söderber, said looked like a “submachine gun”. Eric Torell was shot dead by police  “He got it as a gift. It looked a little like a submachine gun. Until now it was just thrown in a pile of toys,” Ms Söderber told Swedish newspaper Expressen. She reacted angrily to the suggestion her son may have acted threateningly, describing her son as “the world's sweetest and most lovable person”, adding he could only say a few words like ‘mum’ due to his speech difficulties. Eric Torell was shot dead by a police patrol in the residential neighbourhood of Vasastan around 4am Credit: AFP Ms Söderber compared her son to “being like a three-year-old”, adding he had been reported missing after leaving home in the night. “It's impossible to understand. He wouldn't hurt a fly,” she said [translated]. Katarina Söderberg (R), mother of Eric Torell, speaking to the Expressen  Ms Söderber added that her son had left home unannounced on previous occasions but had always returned.   His father, Rickard Torell, told Expressen he went out to search for his son when he realised he was missing.   Mr Torell paid tribute to his son who he described as the “friendliest and most loving person in the world”.  A bullet hole is seen at a bicycle at the site  Credit: AFP Sweden’s Public Prosecutor's Office confirmed a routine preliminary investigation into possible police misconduct has been launched. Police said they would not speculate on the case until the investigation is complete. Stockholm police chief Ulf Johansson called the shooting "a terrible event."



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Presumed American remains from Korea War head home

Presumed American remains from Korea War head homePYEONGTAEK, South Korea (AP) — Decades after the end of the Korean War in 1953, the remains of dozens of presumed U.S. war dead were on their way Wednesday to Hawaii for analysis and identification. The U.S. military believes the bones are those of U.S. servicemen and potentially servicemen from other United Nations member countries who fought alongside the U.S. on behalf of South Korea during the war.



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Redding, California, police chief goes back to scorched home

Redding, California, police chief goes back to scorched homeRedding Police Chief Roger Moore stands where his home once was while discussing the fires that have torn through Northern California.



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