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Dramatic moment female motorist injures six when she drives into Manhattan protesters supporting hunger strikers in an ICE detention center as they surrounded her

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Dramatic footage has emerged of the moment a female motorist plowed her car into a group of New York City protesters gathered in support of people on hunger strike in an ICE detention center Friday afternoon.  Six people were injured when the driver of a dark BMW accelerated into a group of around 50 protesters at East 39th Street and Third Avenue in the heart of Manhattan just after 4 p.m. Friday.  The extent of the injuries is not clear but the NYPD said they appear to be non-life-threatening.     Police said the driver stayed on the scene after the collision and was taken to a local precinct for questioning. As of 7 p.m. Friday, the NYPD said no arrests or charges had been made over the incident.      more videos Boris Johnson admits 'very likely' possibility of No Deal Brexit Prince William pays tribute to 'legend' Dame Barbara Windsor FKA Twigs sues ex-boyfriend Shia LaBeouf for alleged abuse EastEnders' Danniella Westbrook recalls working with Barbara Windso

Trucker, 56, uses his final words to protest his innocence and claims people 'plotted and schemed' against him as he becomes the 10th inmate executed by the Trump administration for torturing and murdering his two-year-old daughter

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A Louisiana trucker who tortured and murdered his two-year-old daughter has become the 10th federal inmate executed by the Trump administration, as he used his final words to protest his innocence and claimed people 'plotted and schemed' against him.  Alfred Bourgeois, 56, was put to death by lethal injection Friday night at Terra Haute penitentiary, Indiana, after the Supreme Court denied his request for a stay when his lawyers argued he was intellectually disabled.  Bourgeois was pronounced dead at 8:21 p.m. Eastern time. In his last words, he failed to show remorse for his crimes and offered no apology.  Instead he insisted that he neither killed nor sexually abused his baby girl and that he was falsely convicted of the crime after people 'planted false evidence' against him.  'I ask God to forgive all those who plotted and schemed against me, and planted false evidence,' he said, before adding: 'I did not commit this crime.'  But a statement from oth

'I've given up on Tinder': Wannabe wife visits Bunnings to try and snag herself a husband - even asking a shop assistant if they have any in stock

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An Australian woman looking for love has gone viral on TikTok after ditching dating apps for a Bunnings Warehouse store. Leesh Cunningham, from New South Wales, shared a two-part video to the social media platform trying her luck at finding a husband in the popular department store. In the hilarious clips she is seen wandering through each aisle and even asking a Bunnings employee if they had any men left in stock. 'So I've given up on Tinder and online dating and I've gone for a more traditional approach... I've come to Bunnings to find a husband,' she said. Leesh Cunningham shared a two-part video to the social media platform TikTok trying her luck at finding a husband in the popular department store Ms Cunningham had visited the department store on two separate occasions but both times left without a man After trying each aisle she eventually gives up adding she 'must have picked a bad time of day'. Ms Cunningham was at it again a few days later, this t

Eight Australians have been killed by sharks this year: These are the seemingly innocent shorelines that have proven to be the most deadly

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Eight Australians have been killed in unprovoked shark attacks this year, which is the country's highest number since 1934. Fatal shark attacks occur all across Australia, but the most shark attack prone spot in recent years is the New South Wales far north coast. One in six shark attacks have taken place in that region according to research conducted by Professor Rob Harcourt at the department of Marine Ecology at Macquarie University. Fatal shark attacks occur all across Australian beaches, but the most shark attack prone spot in recent years is the New South Wales far north coast (Kingscliff Beach pictured) Eight Australians have been killed in unprovoked shark attacks this year, which is the country's highest number since 1934. Pictured: A jet ski rider monitors the movements of a massive shark lurking close to shore near where a surfer was mauled to death near Kingscliff in June Surfer Mani Hart-Deville , 15, was catching waves when he was killed by a suspected great white