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Month: February 2024

Scandinavian Airlines medevac plane lands in Malaysian island where Norwegian king is hospitalized

By VINCENT THIAN and EILEEN NG Associated Press LANGKAWI, Malaysia (AP) — A Scandinavian Airlines medical evacuation plane has arrived in Malaysia’s northern resort island of Langkawi, where the Norwegian king is being treated at a hospital for an infection. King Harald V of Norway, Europe’s oldest monarch at 87, was hospitalized after he fell

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Emiten Alerta Amber por niña de 12 años desaparecida que, según la Policía, pudo haber sido víctima de trata de personas

Ángela Reyes Haczek (CNN) — La Policía de Houston emitió una Alerta Amber para una niña de 12 años que ha estado desaparecida desde el 22 de febrero. Un portavoz de la Policía de Houston dijo el miércoles a CNN que, cuando E’minie Hughes desapareció, inicialmente se creyó que se había ido por su cuenta y

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No. 17 Saint Mary’s wins WCC regular-season title, beating Pepperdine for 16th straight victory

By JILL PAINTER LOPEZ Associated Press MALIBU, Calif. (AP) — Augustas Marciulionis had 17 points and 11 assists, Luke Barrett added 14 points and No. 17 Saint Mary’s beat Pepperdine 83-57 on Thursday night to win the West Coast Conference regular-season championship. The Gaels (24-6, 15-0) extended the nation’s longest winning streak to 16 games

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Court worker serving an eviction notice and a police officer fatally shot in Missouri, police say

By HEATHER HOLLINGSWORTH Associated Press INDEPENDENCE, Mo. (AP) — Authorities say a court employee and a police officer were fatally shot Thursday after the court process server tried to serve an eviction notice at a home in Missouri. Police say a second officer was critically injured, but is expected to survive. Independence Police Chief Adam

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UN experts: Sudan’s paramilitary forces carried out ethnic killings and rapes that may be war crimes

By EDITH M. LEDERER Associated Press UNITED NATIONS (AP) — A new report from United Nations experts says paramilitary forces and their allied militias fighting to take power in Sudan carried out widespread ethnic killings and rapes that may amount to war crimes and crimes against humanity. The report to the U.N. Security Council, obtained

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