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1812Y0500221GFR↖A Sudanese university student who made it across the border into Egypt on Wednesday told CBS News the situation when she left Khartoum was "terrible."⇓SQCAEM240JATME◑She was always there for everyone. Whenever we had any kind of occasion — a wedding a funeral, a friend in the hospital — she was always the first person there. She was such a beloved person. She was warm, she was kind and she was always smiling.☽


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BZV55-B20,115♡The official said intelligence had shown "confusion" about the theory among key U.S. adversaries who were more inclined, he said, to "think this is a U.S. plot."♔C1206X472K4RECAUTO7210☀Andrea Bernstein, Ilya Marritz, Quil Lawrence reported from New York City and Becky Sullivan reported from Washington, D.C.❄


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0805Y0630100GQT◎"I have had a wonderful run of good fortune and cannot thank everyone enough who assisted me along the way," he said.⇟S0402-2N2J2B▀That investigation — which involves tuition payments that GOP donor, Harlan Crow, made to cover Thomas' grandnephew's private boarding school costs — is one of a number of recent examples that spotlight some justices' lack of disclosure of high-cost gifts, expenses and deals. This growing list is causing some to question court ethics and credibility. This latest ProPublica report came just two days after a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing — spurred by ProPublica's prior reporting — focused on the court's ethics and the need for a Supreme Court code of conduct.✈

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C1812C683K5RACTU➩Earlier in the evening there was a loud noise when a speaker fell over and at least one person lifted their shirt to indicate they had a gun, Thornton said. That led to an announcement telling people with guns to leave. The shooting happened shortly after, he said. He did not say if the person who lifted their shirt was one of the defendants.♢C0805X473K5REC7210➴A handful of other officers faced reprimand. Kindell was ordered fired, with McCraw writing in his termination letter in early January that the Ranger “should have recognized the incident was and remained an active shooter situation,” the Tribune reported. But records obtained exclusively by The Post show Kindell is still employed with the Department of Public Safety.☣


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GRM1555C1H9R5BZ01D●Pauley was charged by a Cumberland County criminal court with four counts of receiving stolen property, intending to participate in unlawful activity and abusing a corpse. Pauley's lawyer did not immediately return NPR's request for comment.↚VJ0805D300MLAAC❦In its complaint filed Tuesday, Chipotle had originally accused Sweetgreen of trademark infringement, trademark dilution and deceptive trade practice. The burrito chain claimed that Sweetgreen attempted to profit off Chipotle's near-identical, directly competitive and well-known product.➢

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