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BEIRUT (AP) — Hundreds of Lebanese, including families of the Beirut port explosion victims, have rallied outside the court of justice in the capital. They were there Wednesday to support the judge investigating the blast who was forced to suspend his work following legal challenges from defendants in the case. The rally comes two days

LONDON (AP) — A prosecutor has argued that a serving London police officer handcuffed a woman on the pretext of breaking COVID-19 lockdown rules before he kidnapped and killed her. Wayne Couzens appeared at London’s Central Criminal Court charged with the kidnap, rape and murder of 33-year-old Sarah Everard. She disappeared while walking home from

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan lawmakers are poised to consider bipartisan bills aimed at helping potentially thousands of sex abuse victims sue for damages, including those molested by a University of Michigan sports physician. It’s the second time since 2018 that legislators may overhaul laws in the wake of a major abuse scandal. Under the

PARIS (AP) — Victims of the November 2015 terror attacks on Paris have begun testifying about the night that left 130 people dead and dozens wounded. Five weeks of victims’ testimony is expected to lay bare the scars it has left among those who survived — and the people who lost loved ones. Testimony started