Families identify 2 victims of shooting near Rosemary Anderson High School in North Portland (live updates) on December 12, 2014 at 4:05 PM, updated December 12, 2014 at 5:07 PM Portland Police responded to a shooting Friday afternoon near Rosemary Anderson High School in North Portland. At least three people were taken to Legacy Emanuel Health Center. Police are searching for suspects in the shooting. The school is at 717 N. Killingsworth Court. 5:06 p.m.: Gov. John Kitzhaber tweets: I am saddened by the shooting today in Portland. My heart goes out to those involved, their families, and their communities. 3:52 p.m.: Sgt. Pete Simpson said at a 3:30 p.m. briefing that a dispute led up to Friday's shooting, but it is unknown whether it specifically involved the shooter and the victims is unknown. Simpson said that the shooters may have gang affiliations, but it's unknown whether that had anything to do with the dispute or the shooting, and it doesn't
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Shooting Near Oregon School [M.N.: at N Killingsworth Street (?North? is worth killings?! - is this the address and the meaning of the intended? message?!)] Sends 3 to Hospital - AP
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Shooting Near Oregon School Sends 3 to Hospital Friday December 12 th , 2014 at 10:07 PM ABC News: U.S. 1 Share Someone opened fire on a group of young people outside an alternative high school Friday, sending three people to the hospital in what is believed to be a gang-related attack, Portland police said. The victims are students at Rosemary Anderson High School or in related job training programs, police Sgt. Pete Simpson said. A 16-year-old girl was in critical condition, and two males ? ages 17 and 20 ? were in serious condition, police said. A fourth person ? a 19-year-old woman ? was grazed by a bullet but not hospitalized. The shooting was reported after noon and happened at a street corner outside the school, Simpson said. [M.N.: at N Killingsworth Street (?North? is worth killings?! - is this the address and the meaning of the intended? message?!) and N Borthwick ave or N Albina ave, which might have the additional meaning.]
The Year Vladimir Putin Tore Up the Rule Book | » Venezuela drug trade rings alarm bells 12/12/14 13:54 from Mike Nova's Shared Newslinks
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The Year Vladimir Putin Tore Up the Rule Book Friday December 12 th , 2014 at 3:15 PM NDTV News - Top Stories 1 Share Moscow, Russia: For years he played the part of the frosty pragmatist, doggedly set on restoring pride and power to a once-great superpower. Then, on February 27, 2014, President Vladimir Putin went rogue. The decision to send unidentified soldiers into Ukraine's Crimean peninsula leading to its annexation by Russia was far more than an act of aggression against a recalcitrant neighbour. It marked a direct assault on the foundations of an international system that has largely held since the end of World War II -- reviving the idea of territorial conquest that most had consigned to the historical dustbin. Putin upended the global rules with considerable chutzpah, sowing just enough uncertainty to keep the world unsure of his intentions or his next move -- or whether he had even done anything wrong in the first place.