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Its epicenter, the point directly above the quake was in northeastern Afghanistan. The force was felt in neighboring Pakistan and Tajikistan as well as two countries over in India. Its magnitude was 7.5, capable of catastrophic damage, but geologists say because its epicenter was so deep, more than a hundred and thirty miles below the surface, its effects were limited. Still, Afghan officials say more than four thousand houses were severely damaged or destroyed, and more than two hundred people, mostly in Pakistan, were confirmed dead when we produced this show. The quake hit in a rural mountainous area. Some affected villages are hard for rescuers to reach. They also don't have good infrastructure like sturdy bridges or reliable communications systems. So that's another challenge. This quake was only slightly less powerful than one that struck nearby Kashmir in 2005, but that one's epicenter was shallow and it killed more than seventy thousand people.

This week local and government law enforcement officials from across the US are meeting in Chicago, Illinois. One issue they are discussing, a surge in violent crime in some cities, with an increased number of murders in Dallas, Texas, Miami, Florida, Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Cleveland, Ohio. Another issue for officials at the meeting was some are calling the Ferguson Effect. It follows a controversial incident in Ferguson, Missouri last year, when a white police officer killed an eighteen-year-old black man.

FBI director Jim Comey says that at least part of the reason why there is a surge in crime in some cities around the country could be because some officers are holding back. Now this is called the Ferguson Effect, because increased scrutiny on police's tactics is causing some officers to be reluctant to arrest suspects. He spoke at University of Chicago on Friday and he tackled these issues about the race and the effect on police.


"Far more people are being killed in some of America's cities than in many years. And let's be clear, far more people of color are being killed in American cities this year, and it's not the cops doing the killing."

And we should note that not all police chiefs believe that their officers are holding back. There are some that believe that the rise in crime could be explained by the rise of synthetic drugs on the streets. Comey's speaking to a convention of police chiefs in Chicago and we'll hear more about what he has to say.

Evan Perez, CNN, Chicago.

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  Its epicentre, the point directly above the earthquake was at the northeast of Pakistan. The force was felt in neibouring Pakistan and Tajikistan as well as two countries away in Idia. Its magnitude was 7.5, capable of catastrophic damage, but the geologists say because the epicentre was so deep, more than a hundred and thirty miles below the surface, its effects were limited. Still Afganistan officials said more than four thousand houses were severely damaged or destroyed, and more than two hundred people, most of them in Pakistan, were confirmed dead when we produced the show. The quake hit a rural mountainous area. Some of  affected villages are hard for rescuers to reach. They don't also have good infrastructures like  sturdy bridges and reliable communication systems. So that's another challenge. This quake was only slightly less powerful than  one that struck
nearby Kashmir in 2005, but that one's epicentre was shallow and it killed more than seventeen thousand people.
  This week local and government law officials from across America are meeting in Chicago, Illinois. One issue they are discussing, a surge of violent crimes in some cities, with an increase numer of murders in Dallas, Texas, Miami, Florida, Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Cleveland, Ohio. Another issue for officials at the meeting, was some are calling Fugurson Effect. It follows a controversial incident in Furgurson Missori last year when a white police killed a eighteen-year-old black man.
  FBI director Jim Commy says that at least part of the reason why there is a surge in crimes in some cities around the country could be that some officers are holding back.Now this is called the Furgurson Effect because increased scrutiny on police's tactics is causing officers to be reluctant to arrest suspects. He spoke to the University of Chicago on Friday and he tackled these issues about the race and the  effect on police.
  Far more people are being killed in some of American cities than in many years. And let's be clear, far more people of color are being killed in American cities this year and it's not the cops doing the killing.
  I wish to know that not all police chiefs believe that their officers are holding back. There are some believe that the rising crimes could be explained by the rise of synthetic drugs on the streets. Call me speaking to a convention of police chief in Chicago and will hear more about what he has to say.
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Its epicenter, the point directly above the quake was in northeastern Afghanistan. The force was felt in neighboring Pakistan and Tajikistan as well as two countries over in India.Its magnitude was 7.5, capable of catastrophic damage, but geologists say because its epicenter was so deep, more than a hundred and thirty miles below the surface, its effects were limited. Still, Afghan officials say more than four thousand houses were severely damaged or destroyed, and more than two hundred people, mostly in Pakistan, were confirmed dead when we produced this show. The quake hit in a rural mountainous area.Some of affected villages are hard for rescuers to reach. They also don't have good infrastructure like sturdy bridges or reliable communication systems. So that's another challenge. This quake was only slightly less powerful than one that struck nearby Kashmir in 2005, but that one's epicenter was shallow and it killed more than seventy thousand people.
This week local and government law enforcement officials from across the US are meeting in Chicago, Illinois. One issue they are discussing, a surge in violent crime in some cities, with an increase number of murders in Dallas, Texas, Miami, Florida, Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Cleveland, Ohio.Another issue for officials at the meeting was some are calling the Ferguson Effect. It follows a controversial incident in Ferguson, Missouri last year, when a white police killed an eighteen-year-old black man.


FBI director Jim Comey says that at least part of the reason why there is a surge in crime in some cities around the country could be because some officers are holding back. Now this is called the Ferguson Effect, because the increased scrutiny on police's tactics is causing some officers to be reluctant to arrest suspects. He spoke at University of Chicago on Friday and he tackled these issues about the race and the effect on police.
Far more people are being killed in some of America’s cities than in many years. And let's be clear, far more people of color are being killed in American cities this year, and it's not the cops doing the killing.


And we should note that not all police chiefs believe that their officers are holding back. There are some that believe that the rising crime could be explained by the rise of synthetic drugs on the streets. Comey speaking to a convention of police chiefs in Chicago and we’ll hear more about what he has to say.

Evan Perez, CNN, Chicago.
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Asia yesterday. Its epicentre, the point directly above the earthquake was at the northeast of Pakistan. The force was felt in neibouring Pakistan and Tajikistan as well as two countries away in Idia. Its magnitude was 7.5, capable of a catastrophic damage, but the geologists say because the epicentre was so deep, more than a hundred and thirty miles below the surface, its effects were limited. Still Afganistan officials said more than four thousand houses were severely damaged or destroyed, and more than two hundred people, most of them in Pakistan, were confirmed dead when we produced the show. The quake hit a rural mountainous area. Some of  affected villages are hard for rescuers to reach. They don't also have good infrastructures like  sturdy bridges and reliable communication systems. So that's another challenge. This quake was only slightly less powerful than  one that struck nearby Kashmir in 2005, but that one's epicentre was shallow and it killed more than seventeen thousand people.

This week local and government law officials from across America are meeting in Chicago, Illinois. One issue they are discussing, a surge of violent crimes in some cities, with an increase numer of murders in Dallas, Texas, Miami, Florida, Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Cleveland, Ohio. Another issue for officials at the meeting, was some are calling Fugurson Effect. It follows a controversial incident in Furgurson Missori last year when a white police killed a eighteen-year-old black man.

FBI director Jim Commy says that at least part of the reason why there is a surge in crimes in some cities around the country could be that some officers are holding back.Now this is called the Furgurson Effect because increased scrutiny on police's tactics is causing officers to be reluctant to arrest suspects. He spoke to the University of Chicago on Friday and he tackled these issues about the race and the  effect on police. Far more people are being killed in some of American cities than in many years. And let's be clear, far more people of color are being killed in some of the American cities this year and it's not the cops doing the killing.  I wish to know that not all police chiefs believe that their officers are holding back. There are some believe that the rising crimes could be explained by the rise of synthetic drugs on the streets. Call me speaking to a convention of police chief in Chicago and will hear more about what he has to say.
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Its epicenter, the point directly above the quake was in northeastern Afghanistan. The force was felt in neighboring Pakistan and Tajikistan as well as two countries over in India. Its magnitude was 7.5, capable of catastrophic damage, but geologists say because its epicenter was so deep, more than a hundred and thirty miles below the surface, its effects were limited. Still, Afghan officials say more than four thousand houses were severely damaged or destroyed, and more than two hundred people, mostly in Pakistan, were confirmed dead when we produced this show. The quake hit in a rural mountainous area. Some / affected villages are hard for rescuers to reach. They also don't have good infrastructure like sturdy bridges or reliable communications systems. So that's another challenge. This quake was only slightly less powerful than one that struck nearby Kashmir in 2005, but that one's epicenter was shallow and it killed more than seventy thousand people.

This week local and government law enforcement officials from across the US are meeting in Chicago, Illinois. One issue they are discussing, a surge in violent crime in some cities, with an increase
d number of murders in Dallas, Texas, Miami, Florida, Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Cleveland, Ohio. Another issue for officials at the meeting was some are calling the Ferguson Effect. It follows a controversial incident in Ferguson, Missouri last year, when a white police officer killed an eighteen-year-old black man.

FBI director Jim Comey says that at least part of the reason why there is a surge in crime in some cities around the country could be because some officers are holding back. Now this is called the Ferguson Effect, because / increased scrutiny on police's tactics is causing some officers to be reluctant to arrest suspects. He spoke at University of Chicago on Friday and he tackled these issues about the race and the effect on police.

Far more people are being killed in some of America's cities than in many years. And let's be clear, far more people of color are being killed in American cities this year, and it's not the cops doing the killing.

And we should note that not all police chiefs believe that their officers are holding back. There are some that believe that the rise in crime could be explained by the rise of synthetic drugs on the streets. Comey's speaking to a convention of police chiefs in Chicago and we'll hear more about what he has to say.

Evan Perez, CNN, Chicago.
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Its epicenter, the point directly above the quake was in northeastern Afghanistan. The force was felt in neighboring Pakistan and Tajikistan as well as two countries over in India. Its magnitude was 7.5, capable of catastrophic damage, but geologists say because its epicenter was so deep, more than a hundred and thirty miles below the surface, its effects were limited. Still, Afghan officials say more than four thousand houses were severely damaged or destroyed, and more than two hundred people, mostly in Pakistan, were confirmed dead when we produced this show. The quake hit in a rural mountainous area. Some affected villages are hard for rescuers to reach. They also don't have good infrastructure like sturdy bridges or reliable communications systems. So that's another challenge. This quake was only slightly less powerful than one that struck nearby Kashmir in 2005, but that one's epicenter was shallow and it killed more than seventy thousand people.

This week local and government law enforcement officials from across the US are meeting in Chicago, Illinois. One issue they are discussing, a surge in violent crime in some cities, with an increased number of murders in Dallas, Texas, Miami, Florida, Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Cleveland, Ohio. Another issue for officials at the meeting was some are calling the Ferguson Effect. It follows a controversial incident in Ferguson, Missouri last year, when a white police officer killed an eighteen-year-old black man.

FBI director Jim Comey says that at least part of the reason why there is a surge in crime in some cities around the country could be because some officers are holding back. Now this is called the Ferguson Effect, because increased scrutiny on police's tactics is causing some officers to be reluctant to arrest suspects. He spoke at University of Chicago on Friday and he tackled these issues about the race and the effect on police.


Far more people are being killed in some of America's cities than in many years. And let's be clear, far more people of color are being killed in American cities this year, and it's not the cops doing the killing.

And we should note that not all police chiefs believe that their officers are holding back. There are some that believe that the rise in crime could be explained by the rise of synthetic drugs on the streets. Comey's speaking to a convention of police chiefs in Chicago and we'll hear more about what he has yet to say.

Evan Perez, CNN, Chicago.
                                                   
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