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Daily Misfortune Thursday March 2, 2017

Daily Misfortune Thursday March 2, 2017 --- ===

March 2, 2017 Thursday

crash:
  1. March 2, 2017 crash: deliberate? head-on police chase killed: unborn baby  Wanted felon fleeing polic faces charges of feticide, DUI, in head-on, Barrow County collision ATHENS, Ga.
  2. mar 2 19-Year-Old Glenville State College Student Killed in Speed Related Accident 
crime: 
  1. 3/2/2017 crime: beating assault injured: 1 suspect: arrested Man employed by taco stand charged with savagely stomping 55-year-old homeless woman SEATTLE 
  2. Teen shot, killed near Potomac High School in Oxon Hill, police say Maryland 
  3. Police, EMS respond to reported stabbing on McMillan Ave Charleston SC 

terror: 
  1. terror: U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces' hands over a vast expanse of territory west of Manbij to the Syrian Army 
  2. terror: War in North-West Pakistan A United States drone strike kills two alleged militants in the Kurram district
  3. terror: Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is acquitted of involvement in the deaths of hundreds of anti-government protesters during the 2011 Egyptian revolution(The Guardian)
  4. 3/2/2017 terror: violent protest disruption injured: 1  Protesters injure professor confronting  scholar Charles Murray at Middlebury College Vermont 
  5. Syrian Civil War Palmyra offensive (2017)  The Syrian Army and its allies recapture the ancient city of Palmyra from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant(Reuters)(Al-Masdar News) 
disaster: 
  1. disaster: A methane gas explosion occurs at a coal mine in Lviv OblastUkraine, killing at least eight miners, with another 20 unaccounted for. (Al Jazeera)
  2. disaster: An avalanche near the northern Italian town of Courmayeur, kills at least three people and injures another three, while two others are believed missing. (BBC)


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crash:
  1. March 2, 2017 crash: deliberate? head-on police chase killed: unborn baby  Wanted felon faces charges of feticide, DUI, in head-on, Barrow County collision 11alive.com ATHENS, Ga. -- A woman and her husband are grieving the loss of their unborn baby, killed in a head-on collision. a fleeing felon.  during the chase, Arnold drove into oncoming traffic and slammed his pickup truck, head-on, into a Kia, driven by Nichole Faith Allen, 27. Violated probabation and fled when spotted by police.  ...sentenced to 10 years probation for theft, as well as one year probation for battery; he was also fined $1,000 for reckless driving... sentenced to 15 months probation -- for possession of meth with intent to distribute; and 12 months probation -- for obstruction of a police officer.
  2. mar 2 19-Year-Old Glenville State College Student Killed in Speed Related Accident WBOY  A Calhoun County man was killed Thursday in a single-vehicle accident in Gilmer County.  believes speed was a factor in the accident.

crime: 
  1. 3/2/2017 crime: beating assault injured: 1 suspect: arrested Man employed by taco stand charged with savagely stomping 55-year-old homeless woman ... q13fox.com SEATTLE — A 21-year-old man was charged Monday with first-degree assault with sexual motivation in the case of a homeless 55-year-old woman who was savagely beaten and left for dead in White Center early Thursday morning. Robert Javier German was ordered held in the King County ... was severely injured, with the front of her face torn apart. She suffered multiple facial fractures … The defendant almost killed” her German recently homeless gotten off work at a taco restaurant i woman was walking along Ambaum Boulevard in White Center when the defendant grabbed her and dragged her behind a wall in front of a building. 
  2. mar 2 Teen shot, killed near Potomac High School in Oxon Hill, police say WJLA.com A teen boy was shot and killed Thursday afternoon near Potomac High School in Oxon Hill, Maryland, according to police. Police say the teen died at .
  3. mar 2  Police, EMS respond to reported stabbing on McMillan Ave WCIV  Officials with Charleston County Consolidated Dispatch confirmed officers with the North Charleston Police Department and EMS responded to a .....

terror: 
  1. terror: U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic ForcesManbij Military Council, "after reaching a new alliance with Russia," hands over a vast expanse of territory west of Manbij to the Syrian Army to create a buffer zone between the SDF and Turkish-backed rebels(BBC)(Al-Masdar News)
  2. terror: War in North-West Pakistan A United States drone strike kills two alleged militants in the Kurram district of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas(Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty)
  3. terror: Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is acquitted of involvement in the deaths of hundreds of anti-government protesters during the 2011 Egyptian revolution(The Guardian)
  4. 3/2/2017 terror: violent protest disruption injured: 1  Protesters aggressively confront controversial scholar Charles Murray at Middlebury College VT Boston Globe Middlebury College students turn their backs to Charles Murray, unseen, who they call a white nationalist, during his lecture in Middlebury, Vt., on Thursday. LISA RATHKE/ASSOCIATED PRESS A group of demonstrators at Middlebury College in Vermont “aggressively confronted” guest speaker Charles Murray and a Middlebury professor Thursday afternoon, a skirmish that turned violent and left the professor injured. Murray, a controversial libertarian scholar, and Allison Stanger, a Middlebury College international politics and economics professor, were shoved by protesters as they left the McCullough Student Center, where Murray had given a talk, according to Middlebury College’s president, Laurie Patton. One protester pulled Stanger’s hair and injured her neck.
  5. Syrian Civil War Palmyra offensive (2017)  The Syrian Army and its allies recapture the ancient city of Palmyra from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant(Reuters)(Al-Masdar News) 

  1. disaster: A methane gas explosion occurs at a coal mine in Lviv OblastUkraine, killing at least eight miners, with another 20 unaccounted for. (Al Jazeera)
  2. disaster: An avalanche near the northern Italian town of Courmayeur, kills at least three people and injures another three, while two others are believed missing. (BBC)









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