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  1. Ukraine working to pull last fighters from Mariupol mill

    Ukraine working to pull last fighters from Mariupol mill

    KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — Hundreds of Ukrainian fighters defending the last holdout in Mariupol were evacuated to areas controlled by Russian-backed separatists and officials worked Tuesday to get the rest out, signaling the beginning of the end of a siege that became a symbol of Ukrainian resistance.

  2. War Crimes Watch: Targeting schools, Russia bombs the future

    War Crimes Watch: Targeting schools, Russia bombs the future

    KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — As she lay buried under the rubble, her legs broken and eyes blinded by blood and thick clouds of dust, all Inna Levchenko could hear was screams. It was 12:15 p.m. on March 3, and moments earlier a blast had pulverized the school where she’d taught for 30 years.

  3. 'Like every other day:' 10 lives lost on a trip to the store

    'Like every other day:' 10 lives lost on a trip to the store

    BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — They were caregivers and protectors and helpers, running an errand or doing a favor or finishing out a shift, when their paths crossed with a young man driven by racism and hatred and inane theories.

  4. Livestreamed carnage: Tech's hard lessons from mass killings

    Livestreamed carnage: Tech's hard lessons from mass killings

    These days, mass shooters like the one now held in the Buffalo, N.Y., supermarket attack don’t stop with planning out their brutal attacks. They also create marketing plans while arranging to livestream their massacres on social platforms in hopes of fomenting more violence.

  5. Musk: Doubt about spam accounts could scuttle Twitter deal

    Musk: Doubt about spam accounts could scuttle Twitter deal

    LONDON (AP) — Tesla CEO Elon Musk says his deal to buy Twitter can't move forward unless the company shows public proof that less than 5% of the accounts on the social media platform are fake or spam.

  6. Election 2022: Trump's influence over GOP faces fresh tests

    Election 2022: Trump's influence over GOP faces fresh tests

    HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Former President Donald Trump on Tuesday faces the strongest test yet of his ability to shape a new generation of Republicans as GOP primary voters in Pennsylvania and North Carolina decide whether to rally around his hand-picked choices for critical U.S.

  7. AP Exclusive: Black Lives Matter has $42 million in assets

    AP Exclusive: Black Lives Matter has $42 million in assets

    NEW YORK (AP) — The foundation started by organizers of the Black Lives Matter movement is still worth tens of millions of dollars, after spending more than $37 million on grants, real estate, consultants, and other expenses, according to tax documents filed with the IRS.

  8. N. Korea's Kim faces 'huge dilemma' on aid as virus surges

    N. Korea's Kim faces 'huge dilemma' on aid as virus surges

    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — During more than a decade as North Korea's leader, Kim Jong Un has made “self-reliance” his governing lynchpin, shunning international help and striving instead for domestic strategies to fix his battered economy.

  9. Dallas police: Suspect arrested in Koreatown salon shooting

    Dallas police: Suspect arrested in Koreatown salon shooting

    DALLAS (AP) — A suspect has been arrested in connection with a shooting that wounded three women in a hair salon in the city’s Koreatown that authorities have said might have been a hate crime, police said early Tuesday.

  10. New Zealand shooting survivor says violence achieved nothing

    New Zealand shooting survivor says violence achieved nothing

    WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — If the Buffalo supermarket shooter had learned anything from the massacre in New Zealand that apparently inspired him, it should have been that the violence didn't achieve any of the gunman's aims, a survivor said Tuesday.