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Organizations that monitor kidnappings said the much-feared gang known as 400 Mawozo was behind the abduction of 17 people, primarily Americans. The gang is known for targeting religious groups and for kidnappings involving buses and carloads of victims.
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As climate disasters increase, a last-gasp camp for wildfire survivors tests the government’s obligations to the displaced.
Pandora PapersA Global Investigation
The plan to return four ancient relics follows the Pandora Papers investigation, which reported ties to Douglas Latchford, who was indicted after alleged trafficking in looted artifacts from the Khmer empire.
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A massive glacier at Denali National Park has shut down the tourist season early and could threaten Alaska's economy.
You've got questions. We've got your back. In this week's edition: responsible recycling, scheduling your emails and when to buy a new computer.
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Teachers and other school staff in Arlington have reached a deadline to be vaccinated — among the first school systems in the Washington region to begin enforcing a coronavirus vaccination mandate.
D.C. Police Chief Robert J. Contee III's  concerns about the law were echoed by D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser after a Post report.
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They’re out there: fugitives from an Upper Marlboro farm where, officials say, they made a break for it in late August, defying their owner and evading animal-control officials for weeks. One of the zebras has died. Two remain at large. How hard could it be to find them?
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Workers had raised issues with low pay from streaming services and work bleeding over into their evenings and weekends.
Throughout Amelia Earhart’s public life, she was tenacious about guarding her privacy, including her desire to be a writer.
“Age doesn’t matter if you keep evolving,” says Jawole Willa Jo Zollar, founder of the Urban Bush Women dance troupe. (John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation)
“Age doesn’t matter if you keep evolving,” says Jawole Willa Jo Zollar, founder of the Urban Bush Women dance troupe.
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