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An NYPD officer stands by a memorial Sunday, Dec. 21, 2014, honoring two New York Police Department officers who were shot while sitting inside a patrol car nearby the previous day. The armed man shot into the patrol car, killing them both. The assailant then went into a nearby subway station and committed suicide, police said. (AP Photo/Craig Ruttle)
Police departments on alert after NYC cops killedPolice departments on alert after NYC cops killed by man who hated law enforcement, government
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In this photo taken on Nov. 7, 2014, a family photo of  May Aye Nwe, center, Saw Htay, right, her late father, and her mother Aye Pu is displayed at her home in Seint Paing, Myanmar. An Associated Press investigation helped track down two families with loved ones at the Tsunami Victims' Cemetery in southern Thailand. As the 10th anniversary of the disaster approaches, Aye Pu, now a 55-year-old widow, says her healing process can finally begin. (AP Photo/Khin Maung Win)
10 years after tsunami, victim's mom learns body wasn't lost10 years after tsunami, victim's mom learns body wasn't lost: 'Very sad _ and very happy'
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2014 provides plenty of eye candy for sports fansA catch, a shot, a memory or two: 2014 provides plenty of eye candy for sports fans
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Presidential candidate Beji Caid Essebsi,  88-year-old former minister, leaves his party headquarters, Monday Dec.22, 2014 in Tunis. Newspapers in Tunisia have followed exit polls in proclaiming Beji Caid Essebsi the winner of the presidential election. Official results are expected later Monday but polls immediately after voting ended gave Beji Caid Essebsi around 55 percent of the vote.(AP Photo/Hassene  Dridi)
88-year-old ex-minister wins Tunisia election88-year-old ex-minister Essebsi wins Tunisian presidency with 55% of vote
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In this photo taken Monday Nov. 24, 2014, author Angela Makholwa speaks during an interview with The Associated Press in Johannesburg, South Africa. Makholwa’s fascination with South Africa’s violent crime has made her one of the country's  most popular writers. Using sharply drawn characters and intriguing plots, Makholwa’s fiction helps readers to make sense of the country’s high crime rate. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)
South Africa's high crime rate inspires novelistSouth Africa's high crime rate inspires author to write edgy crime fiction
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