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After four days of testimony and evidence, the jury in the Apple River stabbing trial continues to deliberate on the fate of the defendant, Levi Acre-Kendall. Acre-Kendall is accused of fatally stabbing his neighbor, Peter Kelly, during a dispute over a fallen tree in 2015. The prosecution argues that Acre-Kendall acted with intent and premeditation, while the defense maintains that he acted in self-defense. The jury’s decision will determine whether Acre-Kendall is guilty of first-degree intentional homicide or if he acted in justifiable self-defense.

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In a recent interview, the creator of the hit Netflix series “Beef” revealed that the fate of a season 2 is in the hands of the streaming giant. The show, which follows the drama-filled lives of rival hip hop artists, was a huge success in its first season and fans are eagerly awaiting news of a renewal. The creator also hinted at potential new storylines and character development for a potential second season. All eyes are now on Netflix to see if they will greenlight the highly anticipated continuation of “Beef”.

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On Friday, China proposed a conference to discuss peace in Gaza, calling for Hamas to disclose the fate of missing Israeli soldiers in exchange for lifting the blockade on the Palestinian territory. The Chinese Foreign Ministry said the conference would involve relevant parties, including Israel and Palestine, and would aim to address the root causes of the ongoing conflict. This proposal comes after a recent escalation of violence in Gaza, with both sides launching rockets and airstrikes, resulting in civilian casualties. China’s call for a peace conference highlights its growing involvement in the Middle East and its desire to play a role in resolving long-standing conflicts in the region.

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In an eerie propaganda video released by Hamas, the fate of three hostages, including Israeli-American citizen Noa Argamani, is teased, causing concern for their well-being. The video shows images of the hostages blindfolded and handcuffed, with ominous music playing in the background. The hostages were captured while traveling in the Gaza Strip and have been held by Hamas for over a year. The video has sparked international outrage and calls for the hostages’ safe return.

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