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"Took to the street Friday night after Pennsylvania jury acquitted a white former east Pittsburgh police officer in the shooting death of an unarmed black teenager or the jury found Michael rossville not guilty after deliberating over three hours rossville testified that he thought seventeen year old Antoine rose had a gun when he pulled him over to investigative investigative reported drive by prosecutors say that rose was shot in the back as he and a passenger fled the scene Pennsylvania's district attorney Stevens Apollo says he'll continue to bring charges in the case. We appropriate Wall Street stocks closed lower and trading on Friday, the Dow plunged four hundred sixty points, the NASDAQ lost one hundred and ninety six this is NPR. Authorities in Germany are investigating eleven people detained on Friday on suspicion of planning a terror attack. NPR's Joanna kisses reports that police seized weapons and other contraband Friday during raids on the suspects homes in the Frankfurt area Frankfurt prosecutor said the suspects were radicalized Islamists who wanted to kill nonbelievers. The main suspects are two brothers in their thirty s from visa Baden. An a twenty one year old man from Offenbach near Frankfurt, all our German citizens. Police say the suspects rented a large vehicle contacted weapons dealers. Investigators found nearly twenty three thousand dollars in cash plus several nights in small quantities of drugs. It's unclear how concrete this plan was a regional political leader says the police had intervened in time to afford any attacks last month radicalized German Moroccan couple were arrested in central Germany on charges of planning a similar attack. Joanna. Kisses NPR news, Berlin, a mosque in Christ's church. New Zealand has reopened for the first time since the gunman killed forty two people there a week ago. Hundreds of people stop that. They Al Noor mosque Saturday to lay flowers or pray after police route removed barriers around the facility, those running the Maasai bullet holes have been plastered over and painted and broken windows have been replaced, but they haven't had time yet to replace the carpeting the gunman killed a total of fifty people a two mosques and wounded dozens more twenty seven people remain hospitalized at Christ Church hospital, including the youngest victim."