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Month: November 2022

Uvalde survivors file a class action lawsuit seeking $27 billion from law enforcement entities

Uvalde survivors file class action lawsuit seeking $27 billion from law enforcement entities, school district and others

By Joe Sutton, CNN Survivors of the fatal mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, have filed a $27 billion class action lawsuit against multiple law enforcement agencies in Texas, according to court documents. The lawsuit, filed Tuesday in federal court in Austin, names the city, the Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District, the

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Taliban silence Voice of America broadcasts in Afghanistan

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Voice of America says the Taliban have banned FM radio broadcasts from VOA and Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty in Afghanistan, starting Thursday. VOA said Taliban authorities cited “complaints they have received about programming content” without providing specifics. VOA and RFE are funded by the U.S. government, though they claim editorial independence.

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Joint men’s-women’s Australian Open golf tournament begins

By BRUCE MATTHEWS Associated Press MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Local professional David Micheluzzi shot a course record-equaling 7-under 63 to set the early pace at the historic Australian Open featuring men’s and women’s championships being held concurrently. Micheluzzi had had eight birdies to match fellow Australians Geoff Ogilvy (2011) and Ryan Ruffels (2014) at Victoria

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