Arbery's Killers Found Guilty, Food Insecure Military Families, Sudan Protests : Up First Three men found guilty of murdering Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia now face federal hate crime charges and possible life prison terms. An estimated 160,000 active military service members and their families have trouble putting food on the table. And mass protests in Sudan demand a return to full government control by civilians.

Arbery's Killers Found Guilty, Food Insecure Military Families, Sudan Protests

Arbery's Killers Found Guilty, Food Insecure Military Families, Sudan Protests

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Three men found guilty of murdering Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia now face federal hate crime charges and possible life prison terms. An estimated 160,000 active military service members and their families have trouble putting food on the table. And mass protests in Sudan demand a return to full government control by civilians.