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Friday September 23rd, 2022 evening edition

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In case you missed it, there's a new Detective Pikachu game on the way to the Nintendo Switch.

When The Pokémon Company originally announced it in 2019, it was mentioned how it would conclude the original game's story.

Following an update earlier this year, it seems a LinkedIn page may have revealed the project could be nearing completion.

Creatures Inc and PTCG Development Division Senior Programmer Jonathan Murphy (who has been in the position for 5 years) notes how he's worked on an "unannounced project" and Detective Pikachu 2, which is nearing release:.

Using Unity/C#, worked on one unannounced project and one nearing release, Detective Pikachu 2.

Read more - Detective Pikachu 2 Is Still In The Works, Apparently.

The original Detective Pikachu game was released on the Nintendo 3DS in 2018. »

How to get on a Watchlist Episode 4: How to stage a coup

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Recently, he has published “How to stage a coup“, which examines covert action and influence.

Professor Cormac teaches International Relations at the University of Nottingham, and specialises in secret intelligence and covert action.

Recently, Rory has published "How to Stage a Coup", which examines covert action and influence. »

DeSantis to face trial for suspension of prosecutor who defied abortion ban law

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A Florida prosecutor suspended by Ron DeSantis for defying a new 15-week abortion law says a federal judge’s decision to send his reinstatement appeal to trial means a reckoning is coming for the state’s Republican governor.

In recent weeks, the governor has also removed four members of a school board in Broward county that defied him over Covid-19 mask mandates.

Warren said he believed a trial, which could begin as early as next month, would cut through any political posturing. »

'War crimes' committed in Russia's war on Ukraine, according to UN investigators

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The United Nations said on Friday that its investigators have found evidence of war crimes committed by Russian forces in Ukraine.

Asked about whether crimes against humanity had been committed, he said that the commission had not yet come to that conclusion.

Meanwhile, according to Ukrainian officials, 436 bodies were exhumed from a mass burial site near the recently liberated northeastern city of Izium. »