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At least four killed at backyard football party in California



California: At least 10 people were shot, including four who were killed, during a backyard party at a Fresno home where a group had gathered to watch football, Fresno police said. The shooting took place about 6 p.m. Sunday on the city’s southeast side.

The suspects sneaked into a backyard filled with family and friends who were watching a football match and opened fire into the crowd around 6pm, Fresno Police Lieutenant Bill Dooley said.

Deputy Chief Michael Reid told local media a total of 10 people were shot, with three found dead in the backyard. A fourth victim died at the hospital. Six others are expected to survive and are recovering at hospital.

Police said about 35 people had congregated in the backyard near East Lamona and Caesar Avenue for a “family and friends gathering” to watch a Sunday night football game. Everyone was watching a football game this evening when unknown suspects approached the residence, snuck into the backyard and opened fire.

Police are going door to door seeking surveillance footage and witnesses to gain information on the suspect, according to Dooley. There was no history of calls for service at the home where the shooting took place.


After India, America is also preparing to ban all Chinese apps including Tik Tok




After India, the US is also preparing to ban all Chinese apps including Tik Tok. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that we are definitely considering banning the Chinese app.

The US statement came 6 days after the action in India on the Chinese app. A Chinese app like Tik Tok has also exposed the threat to national security.

Earlier, the Indian government had banned 59 Chinese apps including Tik Tok. After this, Chinese companies are appealing to the government that they were not sharing the data of Indian users with the Chinese government.

Tik Tok CEO Kevin Mayer wrote to the Government of India, stating that the Chinese government has never sought users’ data.

The company is constantly clarifying that the data of Indian users is being saved in Singapore’s servers and the Chinese government has neither demanded data nor will the company ever fulfill this request.

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