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The Albuquerque man who found the beaten bodies of two homeless men said he's haunted by the sight. Noe "Pancho Villa" Fierro told NBC News on Tuesday, "I never see something like that," noting that the faces of his friends beaten by teenaged boys, were "destroyed" beyond recognition. The three teens — Alex Rios, 18, Nathaniel Carillo, 16, and Gilbert Tafoya, 15 — were arrested after allegedly confessing to the killing and admitted to beating up at least 50 other homeless people. Albuquerque Police spokesman Simon Drobik said detectives are trying to locate other victims. Read »
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Chrysler Recalls Jeep SUVs for Ignition Switches

Chrysler is recalling up to 792,300 older Jeep SUVs worldwide because the ignition switches could cause engine stalling, The Associated Press reported. Tuesday's recall covers 2005-2007 Grand Cherokees and 2006-2007 Commanders. The company says an outside force such as a driver's knee can knock switches out of the "run" position, and risks shutting off the engine and knows of no injuries and only one accident. The recall comes as U.S. safety regulators investigate ignition switch problems across the auto industry. Read »
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Monday, Jul 21, 2014 at 6:16 PM
 

We need Russia to publicly start to call for responsible action and themselves take action with the separatists they have encouraged.  

— Secretary of State John Kerry urging Russia to exert control over Ukrainian separatists who have removed the victims' remains and aircraft debris from the Malaysia Airlines jet crash site.
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Obama Offers "Deepest Condolences" at Dutch Embassy

President Barack Obama offered his "deepest condolences" during a stop at the Embassy of the Netherlands in Washington D.C. Tuesday, in the wake of the Malaysian Airlines crash that killed almost 200 Dutch nationals. He said his visit to the embassy served "to assure the Dutch people that we will work with them to make sure that loved ones are recovered, that a proper investigation is conducted and that ultimately justice is done." The president also signed a condolence book. Read »
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