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LA County to pay $2.5M to settle Kobe crash photo lawsuits

LA County to pay $2.5M to settle Kobe crash photo lawsuits

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los Angeles County agreed Tuesday to pay $2.5 million to two families who lost relatives in last year's helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven other people.
Inspection finds DC jail conditions OK for Jan. 6 defendants

Inspection finds DC jail conditions OK for Jan. 6 defendants

WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. Marshals Service said Tuesday that suspects being held in connection with the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection do not need to be removed from the District of Columbia jail complex despite their complaints about conditions there.
Bahrain urges its citizens to leave Lebanon as crisis grows

Bahrain urges its citizens to leave Lebanon as crisis grows

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The island kingdom of Bahrain on Tuesday urged all its citizens in Lebanon to leave immediately as a diplomatic crisis escalates between Gulf Arab states and cash-strapped Lebanon.
Ethiopia orders emergency as Tigray forces threaten capital

Ethiopia orders emergency as Tigray forces threaten capital

NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Ethiopia’s government declared a national state of emergency Tuesday as rival Tigray forces threaten to move on the capital and the country’s yearlong war escalates quickly.
Suspects in Paris attacks on stand after victims' testimony

Suspects in Paris attacks on stand after victims' testimony

PARIS (AP) — The lone survivor of the cell of Islamic State group extremists who attacked Paris in November 2015 came under public questioning Tuesday for the first time in France, describing a close family life and his neighborhood acquaintance with
Palestinians reject offer to delay their Jerusalem eviction

Palestinians reject offer to delay their Jerusalem eviction

JERUSALEM (AP) — Palestinian families on Tuesday rejected an offer that would have delayed their eviction by Jewish settlers in a tense Jerusalem neighborhood, where protests and clashes helped ignite the 11-day Gaza war in May.
IS attack on Kabul hospital leaves 7 dead, 16 wounded

IS attack on Kabul hospital leaves 7 dead, 16 wounded

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Islamic State militants set off an explosion at the entrance to a military hospital in the Afghan capital on Tuesday, killing at least seven people, a senior Taliban official said.
Florida teacher won't face charges for showing R-rated film

Florida teacher won't face charges for showing R-rated film

NICEVILLE, Fla. (AP) — A sheriff's investigation refutes allegations that a Florida Panhandle teacher subjected her students to pornography by letting them watch the R-rated movie “Alexander.
Judge freezes Alex Murdaugh's money as lawsuits grow

Judge freezes Alex Murdaugh's money as lawsuits grow

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Arab world's legendary singer, Sabah Fakhri, dies at 88

Arab world's legendary singer, Sabah Fakhri, dies at 88

BEIRUT (AP) — One of the Arab world’s most famous singers, Sabah Fakhri, who has entertained generations with traditional songs and preserved extinct forms of Arabic music, has died, Syria’s government said Tuesday. He was 88.
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