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What's safe? Europe grapples with security after attacks

You can't put a guard in every church and patrol every beach. But after a wave of attacks in Western Europe, authorities are struggling to protect their people as best they can. The French Riviera city of Cannes has banned large backpacks on beaches lest they hide explosives, and Britain is providing extra funding for security at tens of thousands of places of worship.

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Monsoon floods kill at least 52 people in India

Indian authorities on Saturday tried to rescue thousands of people stranded in flooded villages after a week of heavy rain killed at least 52 people and uprooted tens of thousands of others from their homes in the states of Assam in the remote northeast and Bihar in the east.

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Arlington police rookie Class 50 get their badges

In the shadow of recent killings of police officers, the Arlington Police Department swore in 16 new officers Friday after seven months and more than 1,000 hours of training.
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Arlington police rookie Class 50 get their badges 2:22

Arlington police rookie Class 50 get their badges

Car crashes through Arlington home 0:33

Car crashes through Arlington home

Shooting victim's memoir examines the crime that took a friend's life 23 years ago 3:12

Shooting victim's memoir examines the crime that took a friend's life 23 years ago

Police rescue robbery suspect from burning car in Fort Worth 0:53

Police rescue robbery suspect from burning car in Fort Worth