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Officer Gave Security Guard 'Multiple Verbal Commands' To Drop Gun, Police Now Say

<img src=’https://media.npr.org/assets/img/2018/11/14/img_2662_wide-e386b624cc24568b9c0b34133e2fef2730df2c93.jpg?s=600’ alt=’A vigil for Jemel Roberson sprung up in Manny’s parking lot. Candles spell out his first name, and a small, brightly colored electric keyboard lay next to them.’/>

The agency said Roberson was in “plain black clothing with no markings readily identifying him as a Security Guard.” That contradicts what multiple people who say they were witnesses told the media.

(Image credit: Miles Bryan/WBEZ)

A Toy Monkey That Escaped Nazi Germany And Reunited A Family

<img src=’https://media.npr.org/assets/img/2018/11/06/201807_uri_berliner_and_the_toy_monkey-53-edit_wide-53772cdf47a0936c39a86938da034543f076d698.jpg?s=600’ alt=’Gert Berliner packed this toy monkey in a suitcase when he fled for his life nearly 80 years ago. It’s now part of the collection at the Jewish Museum Berlin.’/>

Gert Berliner packed a stuffed monkey when he fled the Nazis as a child. He kept the toy for more than a half century before donating it to a museum, an act that led to a remarkable discovery.

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