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Denver International Airport has evacuated part of its main terminal to investigate a 'possible security threat'.
DPD is evacuating a section of the main terminal on the west side between doors 600 and 610 to investigate a possible security threat
Evacuation area includes west side of the main terminal levels 5 and 6, from doors 600-610 - flights continuing
No vehicle traffic is being allowed on the west side of the terminal. East side remains open to passengers.
A judge in America has accepted an insanity plea from the suspect in the deadly Colorado cinema shooting. It means James Holmes now faces a lengthy mental evaluation. He is charged with multiple counts of murder and attempted murder, and prosecutors are seeking the death penalty.
At today's hearing, the judge, Carlos Samour Jr said: "I find Mr Holmes understands the effects and consequences of the not guilty by reason of insanity plea."
James Holmes, who is accused of killing and wounding dozens in a shooting at a cinema in Colorado, appeared in court today with unkempt hair and a beard.
The defendant raise eyebrows when he arrived at his first court hearing with orange-dyed hair, appearing to be dazed and uncomprehending.
A judge in the US has entered an automatic plea of not guilty for James Holmes, the man accused of killing and injuring dozens in the 'Batman cinema shooting' in Colorado last July.
Judge William Sylvester said Holmes, 25, can change his plea to not guilty by reason of insanity later, if he chooses. Such a change could be the only way Holmes could avoid life in prison or execution.