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A mass shooting in Montenegro left 11 dead, including two children, and four wounded after a family dispute, according to authorities.

The shooter was killed by a fellow citizen, prosecutor Andrijana Nastic told the Radio and Television of Montenegro. He went on a shooting rampage on Friday in the city of Cetinje, the former seat of Montenegro's royal government.

Police say he fired randomly at people on the street before being subdued.

A firefighter walks by a hearse on the site of the attack in Cetinje, 36 kilometers (22 miles) west of Podgorica, Montenegro, Friday, Aug. 12, 2022. A man in Montenegro went on a shooting rampage after a family dispute, killing 11 people on the streets of a city before being shot dead in a gun battle with police. Risto Bozovic/AP


Eyewitnesses told RTCG that the shooter entered the Medovina neighborhood and fired indiscriminately at whoever happened to be there, without any apparent specific targets.

Zoran Brđanin, director of the Police Administration, is set to address the nation Friday night. Though police gave the number of casualties and said the shooting was preceded by a family dispute, no further information was given. The site of the shooting has been cordoned off.

Firefighters stand by a body on the site of the attack in Cetinje, some 30 kilometers west of Podgorica, Montenegro, Friday, Aug. 12, 2022. A man in Montenegro went on a shooting rampage after a family dispute, killing 11 people on the streets of a city before being shot dead in a gun battle with police. Risto Bozovic/AP

The shooting was described as "an unprecedented tragedy" by Montenegrin Prime Minister Dritan Abazovic in a statement on his Telegram channel translated by the Washington Post. He called upon all Montenegrin "to be, in their thoughts, with the families of the innocent victims, their relatives, friends and all the people of Cetinje."


In a second Telegram post, he said that the government of Montenegro would declare three days of mourning for the tragedy.

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Major update as Walmart announces it is shutting hundreds of stores

A MAJOR update is coming to Walmart after the retailer announced that hundreds of stores will be shut down.

After Hurricane Ian left significant damage throughout Florida, Walmart issues a news release addressing the storm.

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“Many of our associates, customers and members in the communities we serve across Florida are feeling the devastating effects of Hurricane Ian,” the company said.

Walmart announced that the retailer would be accepting donations from customers and will “help maximize their impact” by matching donations made by customers at their registers.

“Walmart associates are also working side-by-side with state leaders and first responders, mobilizing to bring additional services to impacted communities. We will continue looking for ways to help our neighbors in Florida.”

Walmart Health Centers in Tampa and Orlando were also offering complimentary sick or injury exams.

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Hundreds of stores were closed ahead of the storm and, along with Sam’s Club, has pushed millions of dollars in additional water and disaster-related merchandise.

Stores in Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina have also been impacted, according to Walmart.

“We’re standing by to support those communities.”


Nearly 3 million residents were left without power while at least 23 people were killed by the deadly weather front.

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The storm left a path of destruction across the Sunshine State, knocking out power grids and submerging dozens of homes underwater as officials begin the burdensome task of identifying the dead.

Corpses were horrifically dragged from their graves in Orlando as cemeteries flooded across the state.

Striking photos show homes reduced to rubble and huge sailboats washed ashore after the storm brought devastation to its continued path.

A $1 million McLaren hypercar was whisked away as the storm touched down in Cayo Costa, Florida.

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Not to mention, before it reached the United States, the storm touched down in Cuba and ravaged the nation.

The 125mph winds from Hurricane Ian left 11 million people in the country without power, creating a nearly nationwide blackout, along with massive flooding in many areas

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