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Sudan: US-Saudi-brokered ceasefire begins with reports of ongoing fighting | Sudan

A week-long ceasefire in Sudan was intended to begin the delivery of humanitarian aid on Monday evening, as witnesses in the capital Khartoum reported fighter planes overhead and fighting continued in some areas. The US and Saudi Arabia announced an agreement to halt six weeks of fighting, saying it would come into effect at 9.45pm (7.45pm BST). World powers pressured the military and the rival paramilitary Rapid Support Force to sign an agreement. Previous attempts have failed. Witnesses said heavy shelling could be heard in eastern Khartoum and a resident...
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Joy Behar jokes about being 'forced' out of 'The View': The details

Abel Fermin / shutterstock she remembers! joy spring took a brief hiatus from hosting Scene After she was fired in 2013 — and she hasn’t forgotten what happened. “I’ve been on this show for 26 years, haven’t I?” Behr, 80, said on the Thursday, May 25 episode of the ABC talk show. “With a small gap as we all know – forced.” Bihar has been co-host Scene Since Barbara Walters launched the show in 1997. However, he was temporarily let go in 2013 along with the cohost elizabeth hasselbach before...
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Sudoku Medium: April 20, 2023

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NAACP leader defends staying in Florida despite org's travel warning: 'We haven't asked anyone to leave'

Leon W. Russell, chairman of the NAACP’s board of directors, pushed back against criticism for his organization’s travel advice for black people in the state of Florida, while he himself lived in the Tampa Bay area. Appearing on MSNBC’s “The ReadOut,” Russell discussed the recent reaction to the NAACP warning black people against traveling to Florida following “Governor Ron DeSantis’ aggressive efforts to erase black history.” The formal visit notice from the NAACP Board of Directors states, “Florida is openly hostile toward African Americans, people of color, and LGBTQ+ individuals.”...
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Republicans Blast 'Disastrous' McCarthy, Biden Debt Limit Deal

President Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy are reaching a deal to address the country’s debt ceiling just days before they run out of money, but US Representative Bob Good has major concerns about the intricacies of the deal. The United States reached its legal debt limit of $31.4 trillion in January, and the unresolved issue remains a threat to the country’s economy as Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen warned that the country could go deeper on its debt if no deal is reached by June. Will miss 1. Both...
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Compare Car Insurance Quotes Online

Choosing the right car insurance for your vehicle can be confusing. It’s difficult to compare rates when companies bundle coverage differently or offer different add-ons. You need to be a savvy buyer to find the right car insurance for you. Read on to get an overview of the different types of coverage available, how insurance companies determine their rates, and the best auto insurance providers. Money advertising. We may be compensated if you click on this ad.Advertisement Auto insurance companies consider a variety of factors including the driver’s age, location,...
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Ukraine war update: Vladimir Putin's Russian warplane mistakenly bombs city of Belgorod

1682147401 * The US decision to provide 31 advanced M1A2 Abrams tanks to Ukraine will make a difference in the war, but there is no silver bullet, US Army General Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said on Friday. * Six German-made Leopard 2A4 tanks left Spain by ship for Ukraine, according to a naval monitoring website. * Ukraine pressed allies for long-range weapons, jets and ammunition as the United States discussed increasing support to repel a Russian invasion of Ramstein air base in Germany on Friday....
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From stealing parrots to drunken pigeons: why New Zealand is so obsessed with its native birds new zealand

When Miami Zoo ambassador Ron Magill woke up Tuesday, he could not have anticipated the storm of fury he was about to encounter. A wave broke out as soon as he opened his inbox: hundreds of furious tweets, emails, videos, trending hashtags, TikTok. A 13,000-signature petition, headline news from every local media outlet, a formal government statement. As the day wore on, the uproar attracted the attention of New Zealand’s highest office – the prime minister weighed in at a press conference. People outside Aotearoa may have been surprised to...
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विनीसियस जूनियर समाचार लाइव: नस्लवाद तूफान के बीच रियल मैड्रिड स्टार का पुतला लटकाने से चार गिरफ्तारियां हुईं

1684843215 पॉल पोग्बा ने विनीसियस जूनियर को अपना समर्थन देने के लिए सोशल मीडिया पर पोस्ट किया है और कहा है कि नस्लवाद के खिलाफ लड़ाई में “कुछ भी नहीं बदला है”। “हमारी रक्षा कौन करता है? यह पहली बार नहीं है, यह आखिरी भी नहीं होगा। लेकिन हमें इसे फिर से पास नहीं होने देना चाहिए। हमारे पास इतने सारे उदाहरण हैं और मुझे लगता है कि हम सभी आज सहमत हैं कि तब से कुछ भी नहीं बदला है। “केले, जानवरों का शोर, हमारे खिलाफ गाने? यह मानसिक...
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Elon Musk slams Trump for giving away blue check marks for free

Former President Donald Trump didn’t get the blue check mark on Thursday, despite Twitter CEO Elon Musk paying to keep verification free for some prominent figures. A large number of Twitter users who previously had “legacy” verification check marks for being “notable” figures had their verifications removed on Thursday after refusing to join Musk’s Twitter Blue subscription service. Most of those who followed the trail were paid subscribers, with some saying that Blue Check had become a new type of “digital maga hat”. However, Musk said he was “personally” footing...
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