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Dozens Killed in Cameroon's Restive Anglophone Region


YAOUNDE (Reuters) - More than two dozen people have been killed in one of Cameroon's Anglophone regions, local sources said on Saturday, although the exact circumstances of their deaths were not immediately clear.

The incident in the town of Menka in Cameroon's Northwest Region is one of the deadliest since armed secessionists from the English-speaking minority launched an insurrection last year against the predominantly Francophone central government.

Trump says Venezuela Has Freed American Missionary Josh Holt


WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Venezuelan government on Saturday released an American, Josh Holt, whom it has held since 2016 on weapons charges, U.S. President Donald Trump and Utah Senator Orrin Hatch said in separate posts on Twitter.

Holt, a Mormon missionary from Utah, was returning to the United States and expected to arrive in Washington on Saturday evening, Trump said in a tweet that described Holt as "the American hostage".

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Two Shooting Incidents Renew Gun Control Debate in the U.S.

On Friday, a gunman in Oklahoma City was shot and killed by armed bystanders while a brave teacher in Indiana tackled a student who opened fire on classmates.
Multiple injuries were reported in both incidents, and gun control advocates renewed their demands for more restrictions on firearm sales; however, Americans opposed to these measures called attention to the Oklahoma City incident, explaining that armed citizens can save lives in certain situations.

Alberto Will Pose a Variety of Hazards for the South over the Memorial Day Weekend


Subtropical Storm Alberto is slowly moving through the northwestern Caribbean Sea. Tropical Storm-force winds and storm surge possible along the north-central Gulf Coast later this weekend.

Regardless of the track, heavy rainfall and flooding is possible in the Southeast over the weekend and into next week. Swells from Alberto will create dangerous surf and rip currents along the Gulf Coast

The severe weather of Friday affecting the Northwest, Central Plains, and Northeast will be followed by another round of storms pushing into the eastern half of the U.

Summer Months Bring Skin Cancer Risks Skin Cancer Awareness

Sharon McKenna
shares her story.

"I'm a fair-skinned redhead. I spent summers as a lifeguard and vacations at the beach, and I never wore sunscreen. As an adult, my vacations centered around sunbathing," says Sharon McKenna.

"My battle with melanoma began in 2002. To date, I've undergone 28 biopsies and had three melanomas surgically removed.

Indiana Middle Schooler with 2 Guns Shoots Teacher, Student


By Jon Herskovitz

(Reuters) - A student armed with two handguns shot a teacher and another student at a school in Indiana on Friday, and media reports said the teacher swatted away the shooter's guns and wrestled him to the ground, protecting others in the classroom.

The incident at Noblesville West Middle School was the latest in a series of shootings at U.

Dozens of Palestinians Injured by Israeli Gunfire, Tear Gas in Gaza Border Protests


By Nidal al-Mughrabi

GAZA BORDER (Reuters) - Dozens of Palestinians demonstrating at the Gaza border were injured by Israeli gunfire and tear gas on Friday, as the latest round of protests drew several thousand participants to the frontier.

Dubbed the March of Return, the protests were launched on March 30 to demand the right of return for Palestinian refugees and their descendants to family lands or homes lost to Israel during its founding in a 1948 war.

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