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Houston gas station shooting leaves one teen dead, two others wounded

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A teenager was shot and killed at a gas station in southeast Houston on Saturday evening and two others were wounded, according to police. 

The two wounded teens, described as “juveniles” by Houston Police Assistant Chief Patricia Cantu, were transported to a hospital down the street by a bystander who witnessed the shooting. 

The suspects and the victims knew each other, but the motive is still unclear, Houston Police Assistant Chief Patricia Cantu said. 

The suspects and the victims knew each other, but the motive is still unclear, Houston Police Assistant Chief Patricia Cantu said. 
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One of them was life-flighted to Memorial Hermann in critical condition, while the other was in stable condition with a graze wound. 

TEXAS POLICE OFFICER SHOT IN FACE DURING CHASE, SUSPECT DEAD: AUTHORITIES

Two suspects parked their vehicle behind the gas station and opened fire at 10:23 p.m. The victims knew the gunmen, but the motive is unclear, Cantu said. 

This file photo shows a Houston Police Department vehicle. 

This file photo shows a Houston Police Department vehicle. 
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“We don’t really have a good description of the vehicle,” Cantu told reporters at the scene. 

TEXAS POLICE OFFICER SHOT IN FACE DURING CHASE, SUSPECT DEAD: AUTHORITIES

“We know that there were two Black suspects here, one with shorts, black shirt… flip flops and white socks. The other suspect had long pants, dark-colored clothing,” she added. 



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World Cup 2022: Fifa opens disciplinary proceedings against Uruguay FA and four players

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Fifa has opened disciplinary proceedings against Uruguay’s football association and four players over their conduct at the end of their final World Cup group game against Ghana.

Uruguay beat Ghana 2-0 but went out on goals scored, finishing third behind South Korea in Group H.

Uruguay’s players reacted furiously at full-time, confronting the referee and appearing to manhandle an assistant after they failed to award a penalty after a coming together between Darwin Nunez and Alidu Seidu.

Jose Maria Gimenez, Edinson Cavani, Fernando Muslera and Diego Godin all face potential punishments for breaches of Fifa’s disciplinary code relating to offensive behaviour and misconduct.

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England cruises past Senegal 3-0 to reach World Cup quarterfinals

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England reached the quarterfinals of the World Cup for a second tournament in a row thanks to a comprehensive 3-0 victory over Senegal.



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Iran to disband morality police amid ongoing protests, says attorney general

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The move would mark a concession to protesters but it has not been confirmed by other authorities.



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