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Seven people are confirmed dead following a shooting at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia on Tuesday night
Gunman was said to be a 'manager' at the store who 'snapped and started capping people' in the staff room
Police said the gunman was among the dead, though did not specify whether he had turned gun on himself
Over 40 emergency vehicles arrived at the Walmart just after 10.10pm on Tuesday night amid reports of shots
One employee streamed to social media after evacuating and said that the gunman was his Walmart manager
The shaken staff member told friends: 'I just left the break room, the manager come in there and started capping people up in there, started shooting. Sadly we lost a few of our associates'

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Everything discussed yesterday "has been leaked to the paper(s), that’s not appropriate" and "that’s not the way the conversation was conducted."

They probably did it themselves cause thats the way of the jew

A family is calling for justice after their loved one was killed in a home invasion this September in Stanislaus County.

The break-in was reported at 6 a.m. in the 2600 block of Gondring Road in the city of Ceres on Sept. 27, 2022, the sheriff's office said.

Deputies who responded found a man identified as 22-year-old Christian Sanchez with serious injuries. He was taken to a nearby hospital where he later died.

Sanchez's family shared surveillance video with KCRA 3 from that morning which shows the moments a group of suspects carrying guns forced Sanchez back into the home.

In the video the suspects can be heard asking Sanchez his name and if there were kids in the home.

According to the initial report for the Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Office sometime during a fight between the intruders and the residents Sanchez was shot. The home invaders fled immediately afterward.


Russian minesweeper Ivan Golubets was damaged on Saturday morning during a "massive attack" involving drones on Sevastopol, a city in Crimea that hosts Russia's Black Sea Fleet, according to Russian officials.

The Russian Defense Ministry branded the incident a "terrorist attack" and said nine Ukrainian unmanned aerial vehicles, and seven "maritime drones," conducted the operation.

In a statement posted on its official Telegram channel the Ministry said: "Today at 4.20 a.m., the Kyiv regime carried out a terrorist attack on the ships of the Black Sea Fleet and civilian ships that were on the outer and inner roadsteads of the Sevastopol base.


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