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Sunday July 9th, 2023 morning edition

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Officials say Jamal Wing forcibly resisted arrest when troopers and a state police K9 were detaining him.

WILMINGTON, Delaware (WPVI) -- Delaware State Police arrested a man on Saturday after officials say he assaulted two state troopers and bit a K9 dog following a traffic stop.

Officials say 47-year-old Jamal Wing of Wilmington, Delaware, was arrested for felony resisting arrest, assaulting troopers, and a DUI.

A trooper initiated a traffic stop and the Camry stopped in a nearby parking lot.

Officials say the driver, identified as Wing, forcibly resisted arrest when troopers and a state police K9 were detaining him.

Wing bit the K9 dog multiple times during the ordeal, according to state troopers.

While in the hospital, officials say Wing continued to resist and assaulted a trooper, causing the trooper injury and damaging state police property. »

US official says 'exiled' Wagner boss Prigozhin may not have gone to Belarus at all — and may have used a body double to make it appear as though he fled Russia

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Wagner boss Yevgeny Prigozhin was exiled to Belarus last month after staging an armed rebellion.

A Pentagon official told The New York Times it appears Prigozhin has mostly been in Russia.

The official also said it was unclear if Prigozhin ever went to Belarus, noting he is believed to employ body doubles. »

‘This is a death sentence for me’: Florida Republican women say they will switch parties after DeSantis approves alimony law

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“On behalf of the thousands of women who our group represents, we are very disappointed in the governor’s decision to sign the alimony-reform bill.

We believe by signing it, he has put older women in a situation which will cause financial devastation.

“So what you can do right now, under case law, we now codify all those laws and make that the rule of law. »

Macron blocks NATO outpost in Japan amid Chinese complaints

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Macron insists that NATO's outpost in Japan would risk shifting the alliance’s remit too far from its original focus | Ludovic Marin/AFP via Getty Images.

For months, NATO officials have been discussing plans to open a liaison office in Japan, which would represent the allies’ first outpost in the region at a time of growing tension between the West and China.

Macron has been opposed to an increased NATO focus on China for years. »

WA's new Indigenous women's ranger team help threatened golden bandicoot survive

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A team of female Indigenous rangers is working to keep a threatened species alive by helping with its translocation from the Kimberley to the Northern Territory.

Golden bandicoots were once widespread in Western and Central Australia, but now their only mainland population is in the Kimberley region.

"We're anticipating pending approval to do a translocation of this threatened species into a fenced reserve in Central Australia," Dr Cameron said. »