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Five killed, two children injured in US shooting
Porterville: A man on the Tule River Indian Reservation went on a shooting rampage that left five dead and two injured. The suspect also died in a shootout with the police. Authorities cornered Hector Celaya, 31, about six hours after the shootings Saturday night, that also left two of his other children wounded.
Chavez leaves for cancer treatment
CARACAS: Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez left for Cuba early Monday for another round of cancer surgery in the pelvic area, two days after he said tests showed "malignant cells" had re-appeared.
North Korea may delay rocket launch
seoul: North Korea Monday said a technical glitch had been found in the rocket it had planned to launch this week to put a satellite in orbit. It still planned to launch by the end of the month.
Malala's father named UN education advisor
united nations: Ziauddin Yousafzai, father of Pakistani schoolgirl Malala, who was shot by the Taliban, has been named as the Special UN Adviser on Global Education. The announcement was made by Gordon Brown.