By Robin Alcantara |Staff writer|
Alumnus shoots Florida State University students in quiet library (Nov. 20)
Students in the library Florida State University (FSU) of hid where they could as sounds of gunshots disturbed the quiet building.
The gunman, 2005 FSU graduate Myron May, shot three students before he was shot and killed by police.
CNN reported the injured students were taken to Tallahassee Memorial Health care and the possible motives are yet to be reported.
Thief caught on Facebook (Nov. 22)
Stolen firearms were found a year after they were reported missing when the thief posted photographs of the guns on his Facebook page.
The firearms were reported stolen in September 2013.
Suspect Christopher Banegas was a friend of the victim, reported KOB.com.
Banegas posted pictures of his former friend’s firearms on Facebook, which led to his arrest.
Airstrike deaths toll over 900 (Nov. 23)
Over 900 deaths are linked to U.S. airstrikes in Syria, according to CNN.
Targeting the extremist group ISIS, the U.S. has conducted over 20 airstrikes in Syria and Iraq between Nov. 21, and Nov. 24, according to the U.S. Department of Defense.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that at least 785 of the casualties were by ISIS fighters.
Excavation reveals human remains (Nov. 23)
Greek archaeologists discovered a human skeleton at the Tomb at Amphipolis, reported New Europe.
The excavation in search of the elaborate tomb’s owner began in August 2014. The final stage of the excavation brought archaeologists what they hoped for.
A DNA test will be conducted on a skeleton to reveal whether the Amphipolis Tomb belonged to a relative of Alexander the Great or the Macedonian king himself.
Rudolph to rescue more than Christmas (Nov. 24)
Russian law enforcement is looking to add reindeer to their forces.
According to MSN, reindeer will provide officers with dependable transportation into the Siberian tundra to keep up with petty criminals who are also using reindeer to outrun the snowmobiles law enforcement currently uses.