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Philando Castile's mother says there is a 'silent war against African Americans'

Yanez's partner, Joseph Kauser, was on the passenger's side of the vehicle, and did not discharge his gun. Jeannine Coulombe, whose daughters both attend JJ Hill, says when her daughter, Bella, heard her school on the radio, she had wanted to know what happened.

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Storm left by super typhoon Nepartak hits China, disrupts transport

A powerful typhoon lost power after slamming into Taiwan's eastern coast, bringing ferocious winds and torrential rains to the area. Fishing boats sit docked at the port as Typhoon Nepartak is forecast to hit in the coming days, at a port in Lianyungang, in eastern China's Jiangsu province on July 7, 2016.

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North Korea test-fires submarine-launched missile: Seoul

A report on 38 North, a website run by the U.S.-Korea Institute at Johns Hopkins University in the U.S., said in May that North Korea's submarine-launched ballistic missile program is making progress, but it was unlikely to become operational before 2020.

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United States is reportedly probing another Tesla crash over the carmaker's autopilot feature

NHTSA is looking to learn whether Tesla's Autopilot function, a semi-autonomous technology that helps drivers steer and stay in lanes, was at play. According to Forbes , prior to the crash the driver has activated Tesla's Autopilot feature. Tesla responded by saying that the Autopilot system failed to distinguish between the white paint and the clear bright sky, which led to the fatal result.

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Hillary Clinton speaks to AME Convention in Philadelphia

The mass deaths left an already-shaken country rocked by yet another tragedy. Earlier in the week, two black men - one in Louisiana and another in Minnesota - were killed in encounters with police. Minutes before Clinton addressed the audience of thousands of congregants and leaders, gospel music from a choir echoed through the cavernous hall of the Philadelphia Convention Center.

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Partner of man killed by Louisiana police condemns violence

Quinyetta McMillon described herself as "very hurt" for the officers and their families. Beyoncé held a minute's silence at her Glasgow concert on Thursday night in memory of the two African-American men shot dead by white police officers in the United States this week.