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Fox NewsOct 20, 2019
Chile riots leave 3 dead in supermarket fire as curfew declared, president reverses subway fare hikes
Three people were killed after a supermarket in Chile's capital was looted and burned Saturday amid riots that stretched for a second day, triggering the country's president to declare a state of emergency and suspended a planned subway fare hike that prompted the outbreak in violence.

NY Post National NewsOct 20, 2019
Baby found dead in dorm bathroom at Ohio college
Authorities are investigating after the body of a baby was found inside a garbage bag at an Ohio college dorm. The dead newborn was discovered around 10:48 a.m. Friday by a school maintenance worker in a dorm bathroom at Hiram College, which is 40 miles southeast of Cleveland, news station WEWS-TV reported. No cause of...

CNN Top StoriesOct 20, 2019
Analysis: It looks like Boris Johnson was defeated. The opposite might be true
Boris Johnson has done the very thing he said he'd rather be "dead in a ditch" than do: request an extension to article 50 and possibly delay Brexit.

It looks like Boris Johnson was defeated. The opposite might be true (CNN Most Recent)

Washington Post NationOct 19, 2019
Calif. unveils earthquake early warning system 30 years after deadly San Francisco tremor
The MyShake app, now available for download to iOS and Android devices, allows quake warning messages to reach Californians statewide.

Top Stories - Google NewsOct 19, 2019
Michael Moore Endorses Bernie Sanders: It's Time To "Crush" Trump - Deadline
Michael Moore Endorses Bernie Sanders: It's Time To "Crush" Trump  DeadlineSanders endorsement is "most authentic decision to let people know how I feel," AOC says  CBS News'I am back': Sanders tops Warren with massive New York City rally  POLITICOPrime gall: Ocasio-Cortez and Sanders gloat a stone's throw away from where Amazon should have set up shop  New York Daily NewsAs Bernie Sanders scores AOC and Michael Moore endorsements, is a clash with Warren inevitable?  NBC NewsView full coverage on Google News

Yahoo NewsOct 19, 2019
Eight Dead, Prisoners Escape in Botched Attempt to Arrest El Chapo's Son
STR/AFP via GettyTwo days after Mexican authorities spectacularly failed to keep Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman's third son in custody, eight people are dead and nearly 50 dangerous prisoners who escaped from prison remain at large. On Thursday, 35 elite Mexican military troops descended on a home in the the city of Culiacán to carry out a U.S. extradition order on El Chapo's son, Ovidio Guzmán López, who was inside the property with three others. The raid led to a counter-attack by heavily armed men who surrounded the house and troops and, in what appeared to be a carefully orchestrated plan that will surely inspire a new Netflix series, unleashed chaos throughout the city with incredible precision. The men, presumed to be members of the Sinaloa Cartel that El Chapo once led, worked in tandem, carrying high-caliber weapons. They blocked intersections, closed toll booths and burned cars. At the same time, inmates inside the local prison rioted in what appeared to be a planned attack, taking weapons from guards and breaking free. Of the 56 dangerous prisoners who escaped, 49 remained at large on Saturday morning, according to Sinaloa Public Security Secretary Cristóbal Castañeda. As the chaos unfolded, Mexican authorities now say they had no choice but to release El Chapo's son in the name of peace. "This decision was made to protect citizens," Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said Friday. "You cannot fight fire with fire. We do not want deaths. We do not want war."El Chapo Cries
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