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Saturday December 31st, 2022 morning edition

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Israel’s military says its prosecutor has filed indictments against two soldiers who allegedly hurled an explosive device at a Palestinian home in the occupied West Bank last month.

Prosecutors charged the two soldiers with making an explosive device, aggravated intentional assault, intentional harm to property and impeaching the investigation, the army announced late Thursday.

Police said Druze villagers even attacked and tied up three Palestinian laborers in northern Israel.

The soldiers identified a Palestinian home near the West Bank city of Bethlehem as their target and lobbed stones at it.

Meanwhile, Palestinian attacks using knives, bombs and shootings have killed 29 Israelis in 2022, both soldiers and civilians, Israel’s Foreign Ministry reported.

Palestinian militants shot at Israeli soldiers and hurled stones and explosive devices at Israeli vehicles, and the Israeli military unleashed tear gas and live fire. »

Brazil will have first Indigenous woman chief for key post

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She is widely known as the leader of the main umbrella group for Brazil’s many Indigenous tribes and is a member of the Amazon Guajajara.

“It is a collective achievement of the Indigenous peoples, a historic moment of reparation in Brazil.”

An organization of officials who work in Indigenous affairs also congratulated the future minister and the Indigenous social movement in general for the nomination. »

Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom Special Edition OLED Has Leaked

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Nintendo might be planning to launch a special edition of Nintendo Switch OLED based on The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom.

Images from this custom edition have leaked online and appear to showcase a custom design for the Switch Dock, JoyCon, and the console itself.

This won’t be the first time Nintendo has released special edition hardware for a Zelda game as they have launched one based on The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD. »

Ginni Thomas admits not seeing any evidence of voter fraud when she lobbied White House to overturn election

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Ginni Thomas, the wife of Supreme Court judge Clarence Thomas, admitted that she was not aware of any specific evidence of voter fraud in the 2020 election at the time she personally lobbied senior White House officials to overturn the results.

The transcript provides new detail on how Ms Thomas used her access Donald Trump’s inner circle to influence the White House to reject the results of the presidential election.

Later asked by Republican committee member Liz Cheney to confirm that she had seen no list of fraud or irregularities, Ms Thomas replied: “Right. »