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Mexico City police injured by explosion at protest

An explosion has occurred outside Mexico's Attorney General's Office, injuring police as protesters demonstrating ahead of the anniversary of the 2014 disappearance of 43 students clashed with officers in riot gear

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The best-case-scenario for Hurricane Ian's economic damage is $55 billion, a data firm said. [Read more]
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President Joe Biden will need to sign the bill before midnight to avert a shutdown. [Read more]
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Japan said it is providing a major U.S. chipmaker a subsidy of up to $322 million to back its plan to produce advanced memory chips at a Hiroshima factory [Read more]
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A county official in Florida says the historic Naples Pier has been destroyed by Hurricane Ian, with even the pilings torn out [Read more]
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Soldiers seize control of state broadcaster in Burkina Faso, announce coup leader-turned-president has been overthrown [Read more]
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The new world of college athletes getting paid for endorsements has created a rapidly expanding pop-up industry: Nonprofits are being formed to set up athletes with deals that pay them to promote charities [Read more]
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