Bahamas travel advisory

The Bahamian government issued a rare travel advisory warning young males to be careful when traveling to the U.S.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued the advisory on Friday, urging men to “exercise extreme caution” in their interactions with police officers in America.

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Micah Johnson

Dallas authorities released the name of one of the suspects in the mass shooting in Dallas that left 5 police officers dead on Thursday.

Micah Xavier Johnson, 25, died when a police used a robot to detonate an explosive device near the suspect on the 2nd floor of a parking garage.

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Joe Walsh

Former Congressman Joe Walsh reacted to early reports of cops killed in Dallas with a tweet threatening President Obama and Black Lives Matter.

In the now-deleted tweet, Walsh wrote: “This is now war. Watch out Obama. Watch out black lives matter punks. Real America is coming after you.”

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Mark Hughes

Mark Hughes of Dallas was misidentified as a suspect after terrorists killed 5 Dallas police officers and wounded 6 more at a peaceful protest on Thursday.

A social media photo shows Hughes wearing a camouflage shirt and carrying a long rifle at the protest march in downtown Dallas.

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Dallas police shooting

At least 2 heavily armed snipers shot and killed 5 Dallas police officers and wounded 6 more at a peaceful rally in downtown Dallas, TX on Thursday.

4 Dallas police officers and 1 DART officer were killed in another terrorist attack that shocked the nation.

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Bryce Dejean-Jones

The NBA is mourning the loss of Bryce Dejean-Jones, a promising young New Orleans Pelicans guard who lost his life when he kicked in the door to the wrong apartment in Dallas early Saturday.

Dejean-Jones, 23, was in Dallas visiting his girlfriend to celebrate their daughter’s 1st birthday.

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Ethan Couch

The feds have joined the hunt for missing 18-year-old Ethan Crouch who killed four people while driving drunk at age 16 in 2013.

Couch is 2 years into a 10-year probation sentence. He avoided jail time after his lawyers argued that his rich parents sheltered him and he didn’t understand the consequences of his actions.

The controversial strategy was dubbed the “affluenza defense” by the news media.

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An FBI affidavit reveals a 4th person was involved in the murder-for-hire plot to kill popular Dallas dentist Kendra Hatcher.

The unnamed individual was with Crystal Cortes and Brenda Delgado at the latter’s apartment where they “and others” plotted to kill Hatcher. He has not been charged.

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