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Police shooting strikes fear in city marked by its diversity - Daily Commercial: National

dailycommercial.com — DALLAS (AP) - When the first shots rang out, Marcus Carter was standing on a downtown Dallas street corner. Beau Nazary was tending to customers in his family's Mediterranean restaurant. And Gillian Breidenbach was in her high-rise condo, her teenage son with friends somewhere below the gleaming city landscape shining through her windows.

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hosted2.ap.org — In this Friday, July 8, 2016 photo, Marcus Carter raises his fist toward news media as he waits for a commuter rail near the scene where a gunman opened fire on Dallas police officers the night before, in Dallas.

Associated Press

hosted2.ap.org — In this Friday, July 8, 2016 photo, Marcus Carter raises his fist toward news media as he waits for a commuter rail near the scene where a gunman opened fire on Dallas police officers the night before, in Dallas.

Police shooting strikes fear in city marked by its diversity - Morganton.com | The News Herald: Ap

morganton.com — DALLAS (AP) - When the first shots rang out, Marcus Carter was standing on a downtown Dallas street corner. Beau Nazary was tending to customers in his family's Mediterranean restaurant. And Gillian Breidenbach was in her high-rise condo, her teenage son with friends somewhere below the gleaming city landscape shining through her windows.

Police shooting strikes fear in city marked by its diversity - McDowellNews.com: Ap

mcdowellnews.com — DALLAS (AP) - When the first shots rang out, Marcus Carter was standing on a downtown Dallas street corner. Beau Nazary was tending to customers in his family's Mediterranean restaurant. And Gillian Breidenbach was in her high-rise condo, her teenage son with friends somewhere below the gleaming city landscape shining through her windows.

Police shooting strikes fear in city marked by its diversity

heraldonline.com — When the first shots rang out, Marcus Carter was standing on a downtown Dallas street corner. Beau Nazary was tending to customers in his family's Mediterranean restaurant. And Gillian Breidenbach was in her high-rise condo, her teenage son with friends somewhere below the gleaming city landscape shining through her windows.

Police shooting strikes fear in city marked by its diversity - Roanoke Times: Wire

roanoke.com — DALLAS (AP) - When the first shots rang out, Marcus Carter was standing on a downtown Dallas street corner. Beau Nazary was tending to customers in his family's Mediterranean restaurant. And Gillian Breidenbach was in her high-rise condo, her teenage son with friends somewhere below the gleaming city landscape shining through her windows.

Police shooting strikes fear in city marked by its diversity - The Independent Tribune: Ap

independenttribune.com — DALLAS (AP) - When the first shots rang out, Marcus Carter was standing on a downtown Dallas street corner. Beau Nazary was tending to customers in his family's Mediterranean restaurant. And Gillian Breidenbach was in her high-rise condo, her teenage son with friends somewhere below the gleaming city landscape shining through her windows.

Police shooting strikes fear in city marked by its diversity - The Daily Progress: Wire

dailyprogress.com — DALLAS (AP) - When the first shots rang out, Marcus Carter was standing on a downtown Dallas street corner. Beau Nazary was tending to customers in his family's Mediterranean restaurant. And Gillian Breidenbach was in her high-rise condo, her teenage son with friends somewhere below the gleaming city landscape shining through her windows.

Police shooting strikes fear in city marked by its diversity - Dothan Eagle: National

dothaneagle.com — DALLAS (AP) - When the first shots rang out, Marcus Carter was standing on a downtown Dallas street corner. Beau Nazary was tending to customers in his family's Mediterranean restaurant. And Gillian Breidenbach was in her high-rise condo, her teenage son with friends somewhere below the gleaming city landscape shining through her windows.
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Jul 12, 2016

RT @hannahdreier: This is less than half of a Caracas food line. Venezuelans spend an average of 35 hours a month in lines like this https://t.co/b9dpkKHrZv

Jul 12, 2016

RT @AP: Police shooting at Dallas protest resonates across a city increasingly defined by its diversity, @cearmario writes.  http://apne.ws/29uXoDs 


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