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Rwanda’s attorney general inadvertently revealed he had intercepted confidential material in the ongoing terrorism case against Paul Rusesabagina, whose efforts to save people during the country’s genocide were portrayed in the movie “Hotel Rwanda.” https://t.co/K6mVTR69xV
Myanmar’s month-old military regime fired the country’s ambassador to the United Nations on Saturday, a day after he gave an impassioned speech to the UN General Assembly in Geneva, pleading for international help in restoring democracy to his homeland. https://t.co/jMmfmnWsd3
Delta-8-THC — a chemical extracted from hemp — is only slightly different from Delta 9, which is the main psychoactive ingredient in marijuana. That small distinction, however, may make a big difference in the eyes of the law. https://t.co/qAkMbkQr77
Watch: "Captain Tom," a 100-year-old World War II veteran who raised millions for Britain’s National Health Service during the pandemic by walking laps in his garden, received military honors at his funeral on Saturday. https://t.co/OX026XWxDR https://t.co/m36QwwoeVM