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ASSOCIATED PRESS
                                Kim Petras, right, and Sam Smith accept the award for best pop duo/group performance for “Unholy” at the 65th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.
Grammys Moments: A rap tribute for the ages, Beyonce triumph

The 2023 Grammy Awards may ultimately be remembered as the year the music industry’s top event tried to embrace rap, whose leaders have regarded the institution with suspicion for almost as long as the 50 years of history that were celebrated on Sunday. Read more

ASSOCIATED PRESS / 2022
                                Fisherman Kassim Abdalla Zingizi holds a yellowfin tuna after a catch in Vanga, Kenya. Indian Ocean states agreed Monday, Feb. 6, to temporarily halt the use of industrial fishing gear that is drastically depleting tuna stocks in a win for coastal ocean states that rely on smaller-scale fishing methods.
New Indian Ocean fishing rules are big win for coastal states

Indian Ocean states agreed Monday to temporarily halt the use of industrial fishing gear that is drastically depleting tuna stocks in a win for countries that rely on smaller-scale fishing methods to prop up the livelihoods of communities across coastal regions. Read more

CHRISSY FRIBERG VIA AP / JAN. 17
                                A walkway leading into the school in Wales, Alaska, where a 24-year-old woman and her 1-year-old son were killed in an encounter with a polar bear. A polar bear that killed a young mother and her baby on Jan. 17, in western Alaska was likely an older bear in poor body condition, but officials say tests were negative for pathogens that affect the brain and cause aggressive behavior.
Polar bear in fatal Alaska attack was in poor health

Dr. Kimberlee Beckmen, a state wildlife veterinarian, collected and examined samples from the bear’s head the day after the attack, when weather conditions allowed her and an Alaska State Trooper to fly to the village. Read more

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                                Demonstrators hold a poster with a picture of Tiba Ali, a YouTube star who was recently killed by her father, in Diwaniya, Iraq. Iraq’s Interior Ministry spokesman Saad Maan on Friday announced that Tiba Ali was killed by her father on Jan. 31, who then turned himself into the police.
Iraqis protest gender violence after YouTube star killed

Interior Ministry spokesman Saad Maan on Friday announced that Tiba Ali was killed Jan. 31 in the central city of Diwaniyah by her father, who then turned himself in to the police. Reports say the father strangled Ali at night while she was asleep. Read more

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                                Jennifer Coolidge gets a kiss during a news conference following a roast honoring her as Harvard’s Hasty Pudding Theatricals Woman of the Year in Cambridge, Mass.
Jennifer Coolidge awarded Hasty Pudding’s Woman of the Year

As the oldest theatrical organization in the nation and one of the oldest in the world, since 1951, Hasty Pudding Theatricals has bestowed this award annually on women “who have made lasting and impressive contributions to the world of entertainment.” Read more

<strong>QUAKE VICTIMS </strong><strong>REMEMBERED</strong>: At Kobe East Park in Kobe, Hyogo prefecture, a memorial event called “1.17 no tsudoi” (A gathering for Jan. 17) was held for the victims of the Kobe Earthquake by the city’s municipal government and other groups, with thousands of people attending. Above, people prayed before bamboo lanterns at 5:46 a.m., the time the disaster struck in 1995, at the park last month, and firelit lanterns were arranged to form the numerals “1.17” and the word “musubu,” which means “to unite.”
PHOTO: Quake victims remembered

At Kobe East Park in Kobe, Hyogo prefecture, a memorial event called “1.17 no tsudoi” (A gathering for Jan. 17) was held for the victims of the Kobe Earthquake by the city’s municipal government and other groups, with thousands of people attending. Read more


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