Department of Justice Announces $16.7M Grant for Las Vegas Shooting Victims - The Daily Beast

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November 30, 2018
Department of Justice Announces $16.7M Grant for Las Vegas Shooting Victims - The Daily Beast
U.S. Airstrike in Afghanistan Killed 23 Civilians, Mostly Women and Children, Says U.N. - The Daily Beast
Russia's Central Banker, Linked to Suspected Agent Maria Butina, Retires - The Daily Beast
Far-Right Activist Laura Loomer Handcuffs Herself to Twitter HQ - The Daily Beast
Russia Faces More US Sanctions Over British Poisoning Case - ວີໂອເອ-ລາວ (VOA)

Department of Justice Announces $16.7M Grant for Las Vegas Shooting Victims - The Daily Beast

The Daily Beast
The Department of Justice announced on Friday a $16.7 million grant for the victims of the 2017 Las Vegas shooting at the Route 91 Harvest festival that killed 58 people that left more than 600 injured.
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U.S. Airstrike in Afghanistan Killed 23 Civilians, Mostly Women and Children, Says U.N. - The Daily Beast

The Daily Beast
A U.S. airstrike in Afghanistan on Tuesday killed as many as 23 civilians, mostly women and children, according to the United Nations. Investigators believe up to 10 children and eight women may have been killed in the strike on a compound in Helmand province.
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Russia's Central Banker, Linked to Suspected Agent Maria Butina, Retires - The Daily Beast

The Daily Beast
Alexander Torshin—the deputy governor of Russia’s central bank who has been linked to Maria Butina, the suspected agent who was allegedly operating in Washington—has retired from his post.
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Far-Right Activist Laura Loomer Handcuffs Herself to Twitter HQ - The Daily Beast

The Daily Beast
Far-right activist Laura Loomer handcuffed herself to the door of Twitter’s New York City headquarters Thursday and reportedly invoked the Holocaust to claim the company was “evil” for banning her from the platform last week, NBC News reports.
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Russia Faces More US Sanctions Over British Poisoning Case - ວີໂອເອ-ລາວ (VOA)

ວີໂອເອ-ລາວ (VOA)
Russia is facing another round of U.S. sanctions over the poisoning of an ex-Russian spy and his daughter in Britain. The Trump administration informed Congress on Tuesday that Russia failed to prove it is abiding by a global treaty outlawing biological and chemical weapons.
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