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⊙In other fighting, a senior military official said it repelled an RSF attack on Kober Prison in Khartoum where Sudan's longtime ruler, Omar al-Bashir, and former officials in his movement have been held since his 2019 ouster. The official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to talk to the media, said a number of prisoners fled but al-Bashir and other high-profile inmates were in a "highly secure" area, adding that "a few prisoners" were killed or wounded.✤


⇙The coronation is costing taxpayers the equivalent of about $125 million.▬1206Y1000180JCR⇡It's unclear if any individual Twitter users with legacy blue check marks have had them involuntarily stripped as of Monday. But accounts now display a new message when you click on the icon: "This account is verified because it's subscribed to Twitter Blue or is a legacy verified account."⇆GCM155R71E103MA37D➱For the first time, United Nations members have agreed on a unified treaty to protect biodiversity in the high seas — representing a turning point for vast stretches of the planet where conservation has previously been hampered by a confusing patchwork of laws.↰MIL1812R-472J♂Israel fought an 11-day war with Palestinian militants in Gaza, including Islamic Jihad, in May 2021.❁

❈Mayor Craig Greenberg said a group of rookie officers from Wilt's academy cohort had paid him a visit. The 26-year-old graduated from the police academy on Mar. 31.➩CDR01BP330BJZPAT♠"What I thought was important [about the study] was it wasn't looking for one silver bullet," says Davis at Partners in Health. "I think oftentimes people look for one silver bullet to solve problems and life is not like that."ღ


◢Late Wednesday night, just before midnight Eastern Time, the appellate panel issued a complicated ruling on the injunction, siding in part with the FDA and part with the anti-abortion coalition.❂MDMA140P1200TG↡Mayor André Sayegh, who went to visit Elnakib at the hospital on Sunday afternoon, said the imam was in stable condition despite "suffering some serious wounds."⇐2SARA41CT116R™Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg brought new, state charges against Bannon last year. He is awaiting trial. Presidential pardons apply only to federal crimes, not state offenses. Bannon has called the case "nonsense."▦VJ0805D241JLPAJSome of the biggest pushback came from the Louisiana District Attorneys Association, which has fought calls to apply the Ramos ruling retroactively, partly because of the strain it would put on resources.▄

のThe treaty will create a new body to manage conservation of ocean life and establish marine protected areas in the high seas. And Clark said that's critical to achieve the U.N. Biodiversity Conference's recent pledge to protect 30% of the planet's waters, as well as its land, for conservation.▢DDZ9712S-7◎The EPA last year formed its own Office of Environmental Justice and External Civil Rights, merging three existing EPA programs to oversee a portion of Democrats' $60 billion investment in environmental justice initiatives created by last year's Inflation Reduction Act.↲


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CDR33BX104AKZPAT▓Edited by Benjamin Swasey☏C0402C122J8JACAUTO▦California Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein, 89, has not cast a vote since mid-February, as she continues to recover from shingles. Some of her Democratic colleagues have called on her to step down, including fellow Californian Rep. Ro Khanna, who told NPR: "I don't know any other job in America where you can't show up for months, you don't tell people when you're going to show up, you've been sort of absent for a year or two, and there are no consequences."☄


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GA0805Y392KXABC31G↞How to care for asylum-seekers, migrants and refugees, and whether to allow them entrance, is a raging political and social debate in much of Europe, as well in the United States and elsewhere.↓MR052A200GAA✎JACKSON, Miss. — Companies run by a former professional wrestler received "sham contracts" in Mississippi and misspent millions of dollars of welfare money that was supposed to help some of the neediest people in the U.S., according to a new federal indictment.

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