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WHO KILLED THIS COUPLE?

Who Killed Ramiro and Rosalva Reyes ; Investigators Need Your Help.
Homicide investigators need the publics help in providing information in the death of a local couple. 

• On Wednesday, September 25, 2019, at 1:20 a.m., District 1 patrol deputies responded to reports of several discharge of firearms calls at 1123 Francitas in north Harris County. 

• Upon arrival deputies found a 63-year-old Ramiro Reyes and his 61-year-old wife Rosalva Reyes and a family member had all sustained multiple gunshot wounds outside the residence. 

• Mr. and Mrs. Reyes were pronounced deceased on scene and their son in law was transported to a local hospital in serious condition. 

• The couple were driving separate vehicles, and were returning from a local hospital after the death of a family member earlier that evening. 

• As Mr. Reyes’s pickup truck was entering the driveway, Mrs. Reyes was following in her own vehicle. 

A dark colored four door SUV began firing at her car. 

• As Mr. Reyes ran back to the wife’s vehicle, the SUV drove by a second time shooting at Mr. Reyes and his son in law. 

• Our investigators still need vital information on the solving of this horrible crime. 

Anyone with information is urged to call the HCSO Homicide unit at 713-274-9100. Crime Stoppers may pay up to $5,000 for information leading to the identification, charging and/or arrest of the suspects in this case. Information may be reported by calling 713-222-TIPS (8477), submitted online at www.crime-stoppers.org or through the Crime Stoppers mobile app. Only tips and calls DIRECTLY TO Crime Stoppers are anonymous and eligible for a cash reward
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Africans treated like sh*t in China because of Covid19!

Beijing is facing a diplomatic crisis in Africa after reports of alleged coronavirus-related discrimination against African nationals in China sparked widespread anger across the continent.

African students and expatriates in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou were last week subject to forced coronavirus testing and arbitrary 14-day self-quarantine, regardless of recent travel history, amid heightened fears of imported infections.

Large numbers of African nationals were also left homeless, after being evicted by landlords and rejected by hotels in the city.

Having reportedly contained the virus within China, concerns have grown in recent weeks over a so-called second wave, brought into the country by overseas travelers.

In Africa, however, governments, media outlets and citizens reacted angrily to the apparent rise in anti-foreigner sentiment, as videos of Africans being harassed by police, sleeping on the streets or being locked into their homes under quarantine circulated online.

On Saturday, the front page of Kenya’s biggest newspaper lead with the headline, “Kenyans in China: Rescue us from hell,” as a member of the country’s parliament called for Chinese nationals to leave Kenya immediately.

TV stations in Uganda, South Africa and Nigeria also ran stories on the alleged mistreatment.