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"This is fundamental to who we are."In a statement issued Monday afternoon, Tory said "it is good to know" that no attack actually took place.
Pugash said police don't know how the story escalated.
When driving down South Front Street in Wilmington for the past ten years, one can't help but see grown adults playing a childhood game with the same enthusiasm as someone in elementary school. The Coastal North Carolina Chapter of the 100 Black Men of America is holding an Awards and Recognition Breakfast to celebrate the achievements of its mentors and mentees during the recently completed academic year.
An 11-year-old girl's report last week that a man tried to cut off her hijab as she walked to school didn't occur, Toronto police said Monday."After a detailed investigation, police have determined that the events described in the original news release did not happen," police said."The investigation is concluded."The girl reported Friday that a man attempted twice to cut off her hijab as she walked to school with her younger brother.
"Hate crimes toward Muslim people are real," she said.
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