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Sunday October 10th, 2021 morning edition

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He was found in the woods far away from the home.

He is dehydrated but alive and well according sheriff!

Your prayers mattered today we get to report a miracle! — Brhe Berry ABC13 (@BrheABC13) October 9, 2021.

GRIMES COUNTY, Texas -- A 3-year-old boy who went missing in Texas four days ago has been found alive and safe, rescuers confirmed.Christopher Ramirez was found by a landowner near Texas State Highway 249, outside of Magnolia in Montgomery County, said Tim Miller, founder and director of Texas EquuSearch, a search and rescue organization dedicated to searching for missing persons.Ramirez was reunited with his mother and taken to Texas Children's Hospital to be evaluated.

The boy then followed the dog into the woods.

The dog returned but the toddler was gone.In the days following, hundreds of searchers combed the woods as investigators looked for leads related to his disappearance.

The search involved multiple agencies and volunteer groups, including the FBI and Texas EquuSearch.The boy's mother, Araceli Nunez, had pleaded with the public for help in finding her son. »

Taiwan president to pledge defence of sovereignty, democracy

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Taiwan president to say no backing down on sovereignty.

TAIPEI, Oct 9 (Reuters) - Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen will pledge to defend the island's sovereignty and democracy in a major speech on Sunday, saying it faces challenges more complex and severe than ever, at a time when tensions with China have risen.

1/2 Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen attends a gala on the eve of Taiwan's National Day at Hsinchu Air Force Base in Hsinchu, Taiwan October 9, 2021. »

California to require free menstrual products in public school, college restrooms under new law

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"Just as toilet paper and paper towels are provided in virtually every public bathrooms, so should menstrual products.

"Several other states were considering or have required free menstrual products in public schools, according to advocacy group Women's Voices for the Earth.

"California also previously repealed a tax on menstrual products that cost women an estimated aggregate $20 million a year.Women's Voices for the Earth says more than half the states still tax menstrual products as a "luxury" item. »

Jan. 6 Panel Threatens to Pursue Charges Against Bannon

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“Steve Bannon was not in the executive branch and was not working for the president,” said Representative Jamie Raskin, Democrat of Maryland and a member of the committee.

“Even if you make the assumption that Donald Trump has even a shred of executive privilege, how could that extend to Steve Bannon?”.

That means the panel would have access to a wide range of documents it requested from the National Archives. »