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US: Two More American Victims Confirmed in Cuba Attacks

The United States says two more government workers are confirmed victims in the unexplained Cuba attacks. The State Department is increasing the official tally from 22 to 24. But State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert says the new victims “do not reflect new attacks.” She says the additional victims were confirmed following medical evaluations of workers attacked earlier in the year. Nauert says the most recent attack is still believed to have been near the end of August. A U.S. official told The Associated Press previously that attack occurred Aug. 21….

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US says 2 more American victims confirmed in Cuba attacks

WASHINGTON (AP) — Two more U.S. government workers have been confirmed to be victims of invisible attacks in Cuba, the United States said Friday, raising the total to 24. The tally has inched upward since the U.S. first disclosed in August that embassy workers and their families in Havana had been harmed by unexplained, mysterious incidents affecting their health. The Trump administration later said it had determined the incidents were “specific attacks” that are ongoing, but investigators have not yet identified a weapon or a … Read the referenced story here:…

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Boston Woman Claims She Was Kicked Off American Airlines Flight Over Stroller Incident

A Boston mother claims she and her baby were kicked off an American Airlines flight from Atlanta to New York after asking that her stroller be returned following a cancellation. The incident reportedly occurred following an air traffic control delay of more than five hours. Briana Williams, 24, explained the story to the New York Daily News in an article published Wednesday. She claimed that the Aug. 21 incident escalated after she refused to leave the aircraft without her stroller after the airline canceled her flight. After police became involved, Williams…

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American Airlines Removed Activist Tamika Mallory From Flight, Accused Of Racism

New York activist Tamika Mallory has accused American Airlines of removing her from a flight in Miami after a pilot got into an argument with her following her seat assignment dispute.  Mallory, a co-chair of the Women’s March on Washington, had an argument with a gate agent. A pilot later followed her to scold her over her earlier dispute and summoned her from her seat and kicked her off the flight, New York Daily News reported Sunday.  “It definitely was white male aggression. I was singled out, I was disrespected,…

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