Sunday, April 30, 2023

Morning Coffee Link Roundup (4/30/23)

Today is Sunday and somehow it's the last day of April?

Sudan crisis: Air strikes and fighting in Khartoum as truce collapses (BBC)

‘It’s hell’: vigilantes take to Haiti’s streets in bloody reprisals against gangs (The Guardian)

This was very brave! Son asked Montana governor to veto anti-trans bill. It didn’t work. (WaPo)

A Texas man fatally shot 5 neighbors after he was asked to stop firing in his yard (NPR)

Houston public schools have a diverse, nearly all-women school board. A state takeover would oust them from office. (The 19th*)

Deforestation Is Linked to Lower Rainfall, Study Says (Smithsonian)

Natural burials haven't been allowed at many New England cemeteries. Now, they're catching on (NHPR)

This is fun: Xander goes globe-trotting with HR in FOURTH country (MLB)

Electric school buses serve as mini power plants during the summer (WBUR)

New Support for Some Extinct Tasmanian Tiger Sightings (NYT)

And some longer reads:

‘We’ll show just how weak they are’: Ukraine primed for crucial offensive (The Guardian)

The Youngest Victims of Belgium’s African Rule Are Still Seeking Justice, Decades Later (Smithsonian)

The Once Unthinkable Revolution Coming to Figure Skating (Slate)

The Kylix Marvel: Why Experts Distrust the Story of an Ancient Cup’s Rebirth (NYT)

8 Novels Featuring Artificial Intelligence (CrimeReads)

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