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Hiroshima is remembering the 77th anniversary of the atomic bombing as officials including the United Nations chief warn against nuclear weapons buildup and the world fears another attack amid Russia’s war on Ukraine. apnews.com/article/russia…

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Hiroshima is remembering the 77th anniversary of the atomic bombing as officials including the United Nations chief warn against nuclear weapons buildup and the world fears another attack amid Russia’s war on Ukraine. apnews.com/article/russia…

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BREAKING: Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb signs abortion ban, making his state the first to approve abortion restrictions post-Roe. apne.ws/lgnparZ

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BREAKING: Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb signs abortion ban, making his state the first to approve abortion restrictions post-Roe. apne.ws/lgnparZ

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North Korea has called U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “the worst destroyer of international peace and stability,” accusing her of inciting anti-North Korea sentiment and enraging China during her Asian tour earlier this week. apnews.com/article/taiwan…

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North Korea has called U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi “the worst destroyer of international peace and stability,” accusing her of inciting anti-North Korea sentiment and enraging China during her Asian tour earlier this week. apnews.com/article/taiwan…

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What to Watch Friday: New gay horror film debuts + ‘Dateline’ on Anton Black killing – Bradenton Herald

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What to Watch Friday: New gay horror film debuts + ‘Dateline’ on Anton Black killing  Bradenton Herald

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Harris County Health Dept. offers new COVID testing kiosk – WTVM

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Harris County Health Dept. offers new COVID testing kiosk  WTVM

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Lula’s top foreign adviser says US sanctions on Russia a mistake – American Journal of Transportation

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Lula’s top foreign adviser says US sanctions on Russia a mistake  American Journal of Transportation

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Concern over low third vaccine dose rates – The West Australian

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Concern over low third vaccine dose rates  The West Australian

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Monkeypox vaccination clinic to be held on Capitol Hill this weekend, but shots are limited – The Seattle Times

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Monkeypox vaccination clinic to be held on Capitol Hill this weekend, but shots are limited  The Seattle Times

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Information & Guidance – San Mateo County Health

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Information & Guidance  San Mateo County Health

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Muslim men likely targeted and killed in New Mexico, police say

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2022-08-06T02:55:19Z

(Reuters) – The murders of three Muslim men in New Mexico’s largest city in the past nine months were likely linked and they appear to have been targeted for their religion and race, police said.

Two members of the same mosque were shot dead in Albuquerque in the last ten days and there is a “strong possibility” their deaths are connected to the November killing of an Afghan immigrant, according to a city police official.

In all three cases victims were ambushed and shot without warning, city police said.

“There’s one strong commonality in all of our victims — their race and religion,” Albuquerque police Deputy Commander Kyle Hartsock told a Thursday press briefing, according to the Santa Fe New Mexican newspaper.

Muhammad Afzaal Hussain, 27, a planning director for the city of Española who came to the United States from Pakistan, was shot dead on Monday outside his Albuquerque apartment complex, police said.

That followed the murder of Aftab Hussein, 41, from Albuquerque’s large Afghan community, who was found dead of gunshot wounds on July 26 near the city’s international district, police said.

The deaths are likely linked to the shooting of 62-year-old Mohammad Ahmadi in a parking lot by a halal supermarket and cafe on Nov.7, Hartstock said.

“We have never felt this much fear in [our] community,” Tahir Gauba, a spokesman for the Islamic Center of New Mexico, told the newspaper.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), a U.S.-based Muslim civil rights group, on Friday offered a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the deaths.

“If a bias-motive is determined, state and federal authorities should apply appropriate hate crime charges,” CAIR National Executive Director Nihad Awad said in a statement.


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