Transcript for Unrest in Missouri
Dennis Gibson and other shelter at some of the top stories on this Thursday Christmas Day December 25. If that tends holiday at suburban Saint Louis. There was a second night of protest at a gas station where a white police officer shot and killed an eighteen year old black man. Police in Berkeley emissaries say the suspect pointed at eight millimeter handgun at the officer to the victim's family is against the protest. And say they want to talk to police and see this surveillance video for themselves. A lab technician at the CDC in Atlanta. Is being monitored for 21 days after possibly coming into contact with the Ebola Virus the virus was being used as part of an experiment. An official says the material was on a sealed the blades but it wasn't supposed to be moved. Into the labs were the technician was working to the CDC has launched an internal review this mistake. It may not be much about Christmas and parts of the deep south today after at least six tornadoes swept through the holiday will be spent cleaning up. Hardest hit southeast Mississippi platform people were killed and dozens injured others lost everything they own including. Christmas presents. Many people are still without power. Angel Francis delivers his annual Christmas message this morning just hours after sending a special message to some Iraqis. Friends celebrated best night at midnight mass. Saint Peter's basilica. That followed a call to those Iraqi Christians and refugee camps who he's told to stay strong despite their dire circumstances. Get more news any time meant abcnews.com. And can disputes that Michelle Franzen. And thanks for watching.
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