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This photo provided by the Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Department shows Carolina Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy after his arrest in Charlotte, N.C., Tuesday, May 13, 2014. Hardy was arrested for assault on a female and communicating threats, according to Charlotte Mecklenburg police. Hardy turned himself into Mecklenburg County police on Tuesday morning. (AP Photo/Mecklenburg County Sheriff's Office)

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Police officers work outside WMAR-TV, after a truck driven by a man rammed the Baltimore-area television station Tuesday, May 13, 2014 leaving a gaping hole in the front of the building in Towson, Md. Police were still searching for the driver Tuesday afternoon. They said they didn't know of a motive and didn't find weapons in the truck, but they assumed the driver may be dangerous because he ran into the occupied building. The station believes everyone inside evacuated safely, News Director Kelly Groft said. (AP Photo/Steve Ruark)

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A police officer walks near WMAR-TV, after a truck driven by a man rammed the Baltimore-area television station Tuesday, May 13, 2014 leaving a gaping hole in the front of the building, in Towson, Md. Police were still searching for the driver. They said they didn't know of a motive and didn't find weapons in the truck, but they assumed the driver may be dangerous because he ran into the occupied building. The station believes everyone inside evacuated safely, News Director Kelly Groft said. (AP Photo/Steve Ruark)

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Police officers work outside WMAR-TV, after a truck driven by a man rammed the Baltimore-area television station Tuesday, May 13, 2014 leaving a gaping hole in the front of the building, in Towson, Md. Police were still searching for the driver. They said they didn't know of a motive and didn't find weapons in the truck, but they assumed the driver may be dangerous because he ran into the occupied building. The station believes everyone inside evacuated safely, News Director Kelly Groft said. (AP Photo/Steve Ruark)

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Police officers work outside WMAR-TV, after a truck driven by a man rammed the Baltimore-area television station Tuesday, May 13, 2014 leaving a gaping hole in the front of the building, in Towson, Md. Police were still searching for the driver. They said they didn't know of a motive and didn't find weapons in the truck, but they assumed the driver may be dangerous because he ran into the occupied building. The station believes everyone inside evacuated safely, News Director Kelly Groft said. (AP Photo/Steve Ruark)

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Wissam, 26, arrived in Lebanon from Aleppo with his wife and son. He doesn't receive the aid of $30, but his wife and son each receive $30 as part of the e-card program. Photo by Omar Alkalouti

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Police officers enter WMAR-TV, after a truck driven by a man rammed the Baltimore-area television station Tuesday, May 13, 2014 leaving a gaping hole in the front of the building, in Towson, Md. Police were still searching for the driver. They said they didn't know of a motive and didn't find weapons in the truck, but they assumed the driver may be dangerous because he ran into the occupied building. The station believes everyone inside evacuated safely, News Director Kelly Groft said. (AP Photo/Steve Ruark)

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Police officers stand outside WMAR-TV, after a truck driven by a man rammed the Baltimore-area television station Tuesday, May 13, 2014 leaving a gaping hole in the front of the building, in Towson, Md. Police were still searching for the driver. They said they didn't know of a motive and didn't find weapons in the truck, but they assumed the driver may be dangerous because he ran into the occupied building. The station believes everyone inside evacuated safely, News Director Kelly Groft said. (AP Photo/Steve Ruark)