Newlywed, Iraq veteran among the 5 Dallas police officers killed

By REUTERS
July 9, 2016 04:29

 
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A newlywed and a Navy veteran of three tours in Iraq were among the five Dallas police officers killed in a sniper ambush on Thursday night. The victims were identified on Friday by officials, relatives and the media.

Seven other police officers and two civilians were wounded in the shooting at the end of a protest over this week's killing of two black men by police in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and a suburb of St. Paul, Minnesota. The Dallas shooter was a US Army reservist who served in Afghanistan.

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