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Arbery’s killing last year while jogging near his Georgia home went more than two months without arrests before a graphic leaked video shocked the country. Now those who pressed for charges wonder if the murder trial will be the culmination of their efforts or another setback.
Despite the chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan and the spat with France, senior officials from a range of U.S. allies said there is no major damage to relationships.

American missionaries and family members kidnapped in Haiti

The Washington Metrorail Safety Commission said the National Transportation Safety Board found an axle on the transit agency's 7000-series rail cars is out of compliance with manufacturer specifications.
Noodle chef Takashi Nakamoto is a former member of the yakuza criminal network. He now owns a 13-seat restaurant in Kitakyushu, Japan. (Taro Karibe for The Post)
It doesn’t help that ex-yakuza members carry the symbols of their former life: Full-body tattoos and missing pinkies.
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The winners, spanning the globe from Italy to Costa Rica, were announced at the glitzy televised ceremony at Alexandra Palace in north London, where guests arrived on a “green carpet.”
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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 region to begin enforcing a vaccination mandate.
Alex Sprague, an activist with the group Reconstruction Alexandria, tries to gather signatures. (Matt McClain/The Post)
At least 41 streets in Alexandria are named for Confederate generals, largely thanks to a 1951 city ordinance that at one point required it for all new roadways running north to south.
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