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Fresh fighting erupted in the second-biggest town of Ethiopia’s turbulent Amhara region as militiamen clashed with the military over government plans to disarm local forces. Fighters from a militia called Fano fought against military units Sunday in the town of Gondar, an important tourist and commercial hub, residents told The Associated Press. “It was very...
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A television journalist from Pakistan who disappeared after being arrested over four months ago has been released and returned to his home, according to colleagues and police. His arrest came shortly after he shared a video message expressing concerns about the diminishing freedom to carry out his journalistic duties and his intention to leave the...
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Libya’s chief prosecutor said Monday he ordered the detention of eight current and former officials pending his investigation into the collapse of two dams earlier this month, a disaster that sent a wall of water several meters high through the center of a coastal city and left thousands of people dead. The two dams outside...
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Actress Kate Beckinsale has had it with the haters who inundate her comment section on Instagram.  In recent days, the British star has utilized social media to post about victims of assault and their willingness to come forward. “So – those of you who have been following my stories the last couple of days have...
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San Francisco is poised to surpass a record-breaking year for overdose deaths. There were 563 overdose fatalities in the Golden City between Jan. 1–Aug. 31, according to a recent report from the San Francisco chief medical examiner. This puts the city on track to hit 845 overdose fatalities in 2023, the San Francisco Chronicle reported,...
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In August, America’s most deadly wildfire in more than a century erupted in Maui, Hawaii. The blaze, which sent residents jumping over a sea wall to find shelter in the waves, destroyed 2,000 buildings and killed dozens of victims.  On Monday, authorities began allowing residents of Lahaina to return to the scorched historic town.  From...
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Russia has added Piotr Hofmanski, the president of the International Criminal Court (ICC), to its wanted list months after the organization issued an arrest warrant for Vladimir Putin on alleged war crimes in Ukraine, according to reports. A notice in the Russian interior ministry database showed that Hofmanski was placed on the wanted list, though...
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Do you have trouble hearing your TV and you don’t want to disturb others in the room? If so, you’re not alone. Many people, including Martha from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, want to know how to connect wireless headphones to a TV. “I am searching for Bluetooth earbuds or AirPods for my elderly mom who is...
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Jury selection is set to open Monday in federal court as members of an extended family face kidnapping and terrorism charges stemming from a raid of their squalid New Mexico encampment in 2018 by agents seeking a sickly, missing 3-year-old boy. The boy’s badly decomposed remains were eventually found in an underground tunnel at the...
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A friendly game of football between a youth football team and some prominent professional sports team mascots turned ugly when Blooper, the Atlanta Braves official mascot, stiff-armed a young player while trying to reach the end zone.  Several videos posted to social media showed the fuzzy creature displaying no mercy on his way to score...
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