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A man has blown himself up at a police station on Indonesia’s main island of Java, killing an officer and wounding seven people in what appeared to be the latest in a string of suicide attacks blamed on Muslim militants. Police say the attacker entered the police station in Bandung city and detonated explosives as police were lining up for a morning assembly. Police say the man brought two bombs but one apparently failed to explode and was defused. A paper was found taped to the perpetrator’s motorbike with the words, “Criminal code is the law of infidels, let’s fight the satanic law enforcers.” Indonesia’s Parliament on Tuesday passed a new criminal code that bans sex outside of marriage and insulting the president and state institutions.

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FILE - This image provided by the Colorado Springs Police Department shows Anderson Lee Aldrich. A year and a half before the Colorado Springs gay nightclub shooting that left five dead, Aldrich, the alleged shooter, was accused of threatening to kill his grandparents if they stood in the way of his plans to become “the next mass killer.” (Colorado Springs Police Department via AP, File)

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A jury in Maine has awarded a former state trooper $300,000 after determining the state police wrongly retaliated when he raised concerns about its intelligence gathering work. George Loder filed a whistleblower lawsuit claiming he was reassigned and then denied a transfer after he took his concerns about the Maine Intelligence Analysis Center to his superiors. Loder said the center had gathered intelligence on power line protesters, gun buyers and others who had committed no crime. The Bangor Daily News reported the jury deliberated for more than five hours Friday before finding in Loder's favor. State police had defended the intelligence work and denied that any retaliation occurred.

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Houston Police Chief Troy Finner announces an arrest in connection with the fatal shooting Kirsnick Khari Ball, commonly known as Migos rapper Takeoff, during a news conference on Friday, Dec. 2, 2022, in Houston. Police announced the arrest of Patrick Xavier Clark, 33, who has been charged with murder in the case. (Brett Coomer/Houston Chronicle via AP)

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Houston Police Chief Troy Finner, left, and Mayor Sylvester Turner announce an arrest in connection with the fatal shooting Kirsnick Khari Ball, commonly known as Migos rapper Takeoff, during a news conference on Friday, Dec. 2, 2022, in Houston. Police announced the arrest of Patrick Xavier Clark, 33, who has been charged with murder in the case. (Brett Coomer/Houston Chronicle via AP)

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This combination of photos provided by the Chesapeake, Va., Police Department shows top row from left, Randy Blevins, Fernando Chavez-Barron, Lorenzo Gamble, and bottom row from left, Tyneka Johnson, Brian Pendleton and Kellie Pyle, who Chesapeake police identified as six victims of a shooting that occurred Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, at a Walmart store in Chesapeake. (Chesapeake Police Department via AP)

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University of Idaho student Alaina Tempelis, of Seattle Wash., prays with a cross in her hand, Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022, in Moscow, Idaho, outside of the home where four fellow students were recently murdered. Tempelis said she frequently ate at Mad Greek in downtown where Xana Kernodle and Madison Mogen worked for several years. (Zach Wilkinson/The Moscow-Pullman Daily News via AP)

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Authorities say 22 Los Angeles County sheriff’s recruits on a training run were hit by a vehicle and five were critically injured. County Fire Capt. Sheila Kelliher says a total of 23 people were injured, including the driver. In addition to the five who were critically injured, there were four with moderate injuries and 14 with minor injuries. The driver was among those with minor injuries. The crash occurred around dawn Wednesday in suburban Whittier. A Sheriff’s Department statement says the recruits are part of an academy class.

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This image provided by the University of Virginia Police Department shows Christopher Darnell Jones Jr. Authorities say three people have been killed and two others were wounded in a shooting at the University of Virginia and a student is being sought as a suspect. President Jim Ryan identified the suspect as Christopher Darnell Jones Jr. (University of Virginia via AP)