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Thursday November 18th, 2021 day edition

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3 months since Taliban takeover, Afghanistan hunger crisis leaves children emaciated.

She’s one of a growing number of near-starving children who are brought every day to the Indira Gandhi Children’s Hospital in the Afghan capital.

Hunger is increasing dramatically in Afghanistan, fueled by an economic crisis that has only gotten worse since the Taliban seized power in the country three months ago.

Guldana’s father, Jinnat Gul, said he can hardly afford to feed her and his other five children.

But for the past three months, work has dried up and he has hardly made any money.

The U.N.’s World Food Program said Monday that the number of people on the edge of famine has risen to 45 million in 43 countries.

The number of Afghans living in near-famine conditions has risen to 8.7 million, up by 3 million from earlier this year, the WFP said. »

GTA Modders to Court: Our Game Fixes & Enhancements Are Fair Use, Not Piracy * TorrentFreak

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The projects allowed fans to enjoy these dated games with significant enhancements and were a hit with fans.

However, Take-Two and Rockstar Games took exception and responded with a DMCA takedown filed at Github to have the repositories removed.

The latter component was confirmed with the release of Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy, which includes remastered versions of GTA III, GTA Vice City, and GTA San Andreas. »

Cops Thought Sand From Her Stress Ball Was Cocaine. She Spent Nearly 6 Months in Jail.

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Goldring spent nearly six months in the Fulton County jail because she couldn't afford bail and told local news outlet NBC 46 that she was occasionally put in solitary confinement.

What's more, she was left in jail for four months after a crime lab concluded that the mysterious powder was sand, not cocaine.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigations concluded on November 17, 2015, that the powder in Goldring's stress ball wasn't cocaine. »

House censures Rep. Gosar for violent video in rare rebuke

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Gosar had deleted the tweet days ago amid the criticism, but he retweeted the video late Wednesday shortly after the vote.

Over the past week, as outrage over the video grew, House GOP leaders declined to publicly rebuke Gosar, who has a lengthy history of incendiary remarks.

Gosar, a six-term congressman, posted the video over a week ago with a note saying, “Any anime fans out there?” »

FBI raids home of Lauren Boebert's ex-campaign manager in Colorado election tampering probe

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The FBI on Tuesday raided the home of a Colorado election clerk and three others in an investigation into a voting system security breach.

"We did so with assistance from the DA's office from the 21st Judicial District, the Attorney General's Office and the FBI.".

Lindell said one of the homes raided belongs to Sherronna Bishop, a Garfield County resident who served as Rep. Lauren Boebert's, R-Colo., campaign manager. »