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Monday March 21st, 2022 evening edition

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By planning to, threatening to, and actually deploying armed agents to knock on doors throughout the state of Colorado, USEIP is engaged in voter intimidation," the lawsuit states.

The lawsuit claims that some members have worn "badges" and falsely accused voters of fraud.

"It is reported that multiple agents have claimed to be from 'the county,' and have, without any evidence, falsely accused the residents of casting fraudulent ballots.".

"Free and fair elections can only occur when people know that they are able to safely vote without reprisal or intimidation.".

The suit also accuses the group of violating a section of the Ku Klux Klan Act that bans "conspiracy to interfere with civil rights.".

The USEIP is also working with the Colorado Republican Party on its "Election Integrity Operations," according to the Times Recorder. »

Wales introduces ban on smacking and slapping children

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She said: “We don’t want people spying,” but added: “Looking after children is the responsibility of the whole community.”.

She said she hoped England would follow the example of Wales and Scotland, which brought in a ban in November 2020.

“The Labour government in Cardiff Bay is clearly more interested in new age dogma rather than respecting parents. »

Algeria recalls Spain envoy over Western Sahara policy change

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On Friday, Spain said it backed a 2007 proposal by Morocco to offer Western Sahara autonomy under its sovereignty.

Algeria has recalled its ambassador from Madrid in protest at Spain’s decision to back a Moroccan autonomy plan for the disputed former Spanish colony of Western Sahara.

Morocco sees Western Sahara, with rich phosphate resources and access to lucrative Atlantic fishing waters, as an integral part of its territory. »

Black Store Owner Reports Robbery, Gets Punched By Officer

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An Alabama liquor store owner has sued after a police officer responding to a robbery call at his store punched him in the face and broke his jaw in March 2020.

The Decatur Daily reports that Kevin Penn sued the city of Decatur and police officer Justin Rippen on March 11 in federal court.

Penn had trapped a shoplifter with an electronic lock and the suspect was lying on the ground, with Penn holding him at gunpoint. »

Chinese Boeing jet crashes in mountains with 132 on board, no sign of survivors

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The logo of China Eastern Airlines is pictured at Beijing Capital International Airport in Beijing, China March 21, 2022.

GUANGZHOU, China, March 21 (Reuters) - A China Eastern Airlines (600115.SS) Boeing 737-800 with 132 people on board crashed in mountains in southern China on a domestic flight on Monday after a sudden descent from cruising altitude.

Boeing (BA.N) said it was ready to assist China Eastern and was in contact with U.S. transportation safety regulators over the incident. »