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Monday September 19th, 2022 night edition

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Migrants who were flown to Martha's Vineyard with little information say that they were conned.

According to Reuters, some of the migrants aboard the flights said a woman paid them $200 to go.

The woman did not give her last name and approached migrants outside a San Antonio shelter.

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On Wednesday, 50 undocumented migrants arrived on the island of Martha's Vineyard after the governors of Florida and Texas sent them to Massachusetts in a highly antagonized move.

Others told Reuters that they were promised jobs and help resettling once they arrived, but were not told where they were headed.

"Governor Charlie Baker also plans to activate up to 125 members of the Massachusetts National Guard as part of this relief effort. »

Protesters shut down Tomi Lahren event at UNM

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Lahren was invited as a guest speaker by the Turning Point USA student chapter at UNM.

However, a large crowd of protesters were upset Lahren was on campus during the start of Hispanic Heritage Month, according to Maddie Pukite, UNM student and managing editor at the Daily Lobo.

Inside the Student Union Building on campus, cell phone video shows protesters outside the doors to the ballroom where Lahren was speaking. »

Skeletal remains found at NYC construction site ID'd as ‘Occupy Wall Street’ protester missing for a decade

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Skeletal remains found at a New York City construction site two years ago have been positively identified as a 19-year-old "Occupy Wall Street" protester who went missing in 2012.

In 2020, during an excavation at 80-97 Cypress Avenue, Bates' skeletal remains were discovered.

New York City’s Office of the Chief Medical Examiner positively identified the remains as Bates on Friday. »

EU proposes to suspend billions in funds to Hungary

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BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union’s executive branch recommended Sunday that the bloc suspend around 7.5 billion euros (dollars) in funding to Hungary over concerns about democratic backsliding and the possible mismanagement of EU money.

EU Budget Commissioner Johannes Hahn said that despite measures Hungary has proposed to address the deficiencies, the commission is recommending the suspension of funds “amounting to an estimated amount of 7.5 billion euros.”.

Commission officials have said that Hungary has consistently failed to implement EU recommendations for more than 10 years. »

GTA VI Gameplay Videos and Screenshots Leak Online

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A significant leak for GTA VI has been posted on the GTA Forums website and shared on Reddit revealing gameplay videos and screenshots.

GTA VI has been confirmed to be in development although it is not being released soon.

In addition to the videos and gameplay, source code from the game has also leaked online. »