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05 October 2022

Washington

‘A Soldier's Play' playwright Charles Fuller dies at 83 (10)
"I'd just like to be considered a playwright fortunate enough to have written a ‘hit,' and who wants to keep on writing plays that break through the wall,″ he told The New York Times in 1982. 05th October 2022 01:06 AM Playwright Charles Fuller appears at a news conference on April 14, 1982, in PhiladelphiA.
Schumer announces $100B investment for central New York (6)
by Alexander Bolton - 10/04/22 12:37 PM ET by Alexander Bolton - 10/04/22 12:37 PM ET Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) answers a question following the weekly policy luncheon on Wednesday, September 28, 2022. Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.), who is running for a fifth term, announced Tuesday that Micron Technology Inc.
Trump elevates Mar-a-Lago raid legal battle to Supreme Court (12)
The 11th Circuit prevented Special Master Raymond Dearie from reviewing documents marked as classified By Brooke Singman | Fox News Former President Trump's legal team has elevated its legal battle to the Supreme Court, requesting that Justice Clarence Thomas, who has jurisdiction over the 11th Circuit, vacate the stay by the court, which allowed the Justice Department to continue its review of classified
Hadis, Minoo and Ghazaleh: the women victims of Iran's crackdown (5)
The protests in Iran have broken taboos in the country, but security forces have hit back with lethal force - Thomas COEX by Stuart Williams October 5, 2022 - Paris (AFP) "I am really hoping that in some years from now, after everything has changed, I will be happy to have been involved by taking part in this protest," Iranian woman Hadis Najafi, 22, said in a self-recorded video as she prepared to take to the streets.
Failed missile launch triggers panic in South Korean city (5)
SEOUL, Oct 5, 2022 (BSS/AFP) - A failed ballistic missile launch sparked panic in a usually quiet South Korean city after it crashed into the ground and triggered a huge fire, officials said Wednesday. Security allies Seoul and Washington have staged multiple joint drills, including bombing runs and missile launches, in response to North Korea firing an intermediate-range ballistic missile (IRBM) over Japan on Tuesday.
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