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The Pulse: An Amazing Rescue Caught on Tape and Riots in Missouri Over Teenager Killed by Police

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The fighting between Israel and Hamas got a little too close to a CNN crew last night. An air strike sent CNN Correspondent Martin Savidge diving to the floor. The building targeted was about two hundred meters from the CNN bureau in Gaza City. Savidge reports first hearing a knock on the roof of the building, followed by the explosion. Another blast later follows, making Savidge and the crew jump again. Israel and Hamas agreed to another 72-hour cease-fire proposed by Egypt Sunday, according to officials from both sides.

The family of a Rabbi shot and killed while walking to a South Florida synagogue is demanding justice. Police say 60-year-old Joseph Raksin of New York was visiting his daughter in North Miami Beach when he was killed Saturday morning. Just a few blocks away from temple, candles mark the area where Rabbi Raksin was shot. Police say he was approached by two men, there was an altercation, and one of them pulled the trigger. Raksin's family says he was targeted for being Jewish. According to WSVN, Miami-Dade police say the shooting does not appear to be a hate crime.

An investigation is underway into Sunday's accident at a dirt-track race in upstate New York. Nascar star Tony Stewart hit and killed another driver. That driver, Kevin Ward Junior, was walking on the track during the race. Stewart is cooperating with investigators. On Sunday - the nascar great decided to pull out of another race - just hours before it started.

A dramatic rescue mission in Northern Iraq to help Yazidi refugees driven to Mount Sinjar by ISIS, which calls itself the Islamic State. A CNN crew aboard the flight captured video as Iraqi Air Force and Kurdish Pershmerga fighters delivered supplies via helicopter. When the chopper landed, desperate refugees swarmed aboard the aircraft. The helicopter took off loaded with people, including the very young and the very old. Fighters on board had to open fire at the ground in order to make it safely away from ISIS.

An 18-year old Missouri teenager was set to begin college today, but over the weekend, he was shot and killed by a police officer. What was supposed to be a peaceful vigil on Sunday turned violent. Today, the restless community is demanding justice. For more on this story, click the video on this page.


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