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CBS News 19 Dec 2019

At least 15 horses apparently shot and killed in eastern Kentucky


Authorities say at least 15 free-roaming horses were apparently shot and killed in eastern Kentucky this week. WYMT's Connor James reports.

▶️Severe weather was moving through the southern United States on Thursday after at least six people died in Oklahoma, Texas and Louisiana, including a factory worker whose body was found quarter-mile away after an apparent tornado struck his workplace.
The White Helmets, the Syrian opposition civil defense organization, released a video, Wednesday, April 29, showing the aftermath of an explosion in northern Syria that is believed to have killed at least 40 people.

Turkey's Defense Ministry says a fuel tanker exploded, Tuesday, in a crowded market in the opposition controlled town of Afrin.

Turkey's state news agency has cited unnamed security officials who accused Syrian Kurdish fighters as responsible for the attack.

Turkey took control of the town in 2018, believing the Kurdish fighters in control of Afrin prior to be terrorists. (AP)
At least 16 people have been killed in a mass shooting in Nova Scotia - the deadliest such attack in Canada's history.

The suspected gunman was dressed as a police officer and had disguised his car to look like a police vehicle.
A search operation is under way in western Kenya for at least 22 people who disappeared during a devastating flash flood.
Homes and markets were swept away after the rain triggered a landslide, killing 12 people.
The disaster is in the same area where a landslide had killed dozens of Kenyans five months ago.

Al Jazeera's Catherin Soi reports from western Kenya.

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