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Month: August 2023

Yale’s police union distributes ‘misleading’ flyer on crime rates for first-year students, university says

By Ashley R. Williams, CNN (CNN) — As new students arrived on campus for the fall semester at Yale University, they were given flyers containing “misleading … disturbing and inflammatory rhetoric” about the school’s safety, according to university officials. The flyers, titled “Welcome to Yale: A survival guide for first-year students of Yale University,” were

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Germany’s Scholz vows a quick resolution to his coalition government’s latest standoff

BERLIN (AP) — German Chancellor OIaf Scholz is vowing that his coalition government will quickly resolve a dispute over child benefits that has marred attempts to put months of damaging public infighting behind it. Center-left Social Democrat Scholz leads a coalition of three parties that are broadly socially liberal. But their approaches to economic and

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Power returns to most of Kenya after a 14-hour outage, longest in recent memory, shuts down airport

By CARA ANNA Associated Press NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Electricity is being restored in most parts of Kenya, 14 hours after the longest outage in recent memory. There is still no clear explanation for the outage that hit on Friday night, shutting down the country’s main international airport, affecting major hospitals and even the president’s

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