Relatives of victims of the Uvalde school shooting

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The Justice Department identified major shortcomings in the law enforcement response to the Uvalde school shooting in 2022. What misstep allowed the shooter to remain inside the school?

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Which country recently conducted retaliatory airstrikes inside Iran, marking the first violation of Iranian airspace by another country's attacks in over 30 years?

The Pakistan airstrikes were a retaliation to Iranian attacks on militant camps within Pakistan. The Foreign Affairs Ministry of Pakistan confirmed the precision military strikes against terrorist hide-outs in southeastern Iran. Despite the tension, both countries express a desire to maintain friendly relations.

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Why has Apple decided to exclude the blood oxygen detection feature from its new Apple Watch Series 9 and Watch Ultra 2 models?

Apple has decided to remove the blood oxygen detection feature due to a ruling by the International Trade Commission in a patent case. The court found that several Apple Watches had infringed on patents held by Masimo, a medical technology company. Apple made a software update to disable the feature, but the hardware is unchanged.

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Which executive, who was instrumental in making Meta one of the most valuable companies in the world, recently announced she will not seek reelection to the company's board of directors?

Sheryl Sandberg, the former COO of Meta, has decided not to run for reelection to the company's board. Sandberg, who joined Facebook (now Meta) in 2008 and became a board member in 2012, has been a key figure in the company's rise. Her departure comes amid controversies surrounding Meta's role in spreading disinformation and hate speech.

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Accused of supporting the country's "sportswashing" campaigns, which tennis player, known for their 22 Grand Slam titles, has been appointed as an ambassador for the Saudi Tennis Federation?

Rafael Nadal's new role includes promoting tennis in Saudi Arabia and the establishment of a Rafa Nadal Academy. This is part of Saudi Arabia's recent efforts to expand its presence in tennis and other sports. However, the country faces criticism for using sports to improve a reputation marred by human rights abuses.