Utah man crashes plane into his own home after being arrested on domestic violence charges

  1. Utah man crashes plane into his own home after being arrested on domestic violence charges  CNN
  2. Utah man crashes plane into his own house after assaulting wife, police say  NBCNews.com
  3. Hours after domestic violence arrest, husband crashes stolen plane into his own home where wife was staying  ABC News
  4. Husband dies crashing plane into his own house in apparent bid to kill wife hours after being released from jail for …  The Sun
  5. Pilot dies after crashing plane into his own home, police say  KSL.com
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Hours after domestic violence arrest, husband crashes stolen plane into his own home where wife was staying

  1. Hours after domestic violence arrest, husband crashes stolen plane into his own home where wife was staying  Yahoo News
  2. Pilot crashes plane into his own home in Utah with wife and boy inside, police say  USA TODAY
  3. Utah man crashes plane into his own house after assaulting wife, police say  NBCNews.com
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Israeli defence minister says more Gaza violence inevitable

Israeli defence minister says more Gaza violence inevitableAnother round of fighting between Israel and Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip is inevitable, Israeli Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman said Monday, despite attempts to reach a long-term truce. Lieberman said in a video statement distributed by his office that “the question is not to know if the next confrontation (with Hamas) will take place, but when”. Lieberman also appeared to suggest that all Palestinians killed in the Gaza Strip since protests and clashes along the border began on March 30 were linked to Hamas, the Islamist movement that runs the enclave.


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Charlottesville on high alert on the anniversary of white supremacist violence

Charlottesville on high alert on the anniversary of white supremacist violenceA group of anti-fascist activists rallied peacefully in downtown Charlottesville as the city marks the anniversary of last summer’s white supremacist violence. Saturday marks a year since white nationalists marched through the University of Virginia campus with torches, clashing with a group of counterprotesters. The following day, a much larger gathering of white nationalists near a downtown park erupted into violence.


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