5 events for October 24: Niger, molestation, charge renovation, climate, World Series

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We have some new details on the two attacks in Niger that left four US soldiers dead, thanks to a timeline laid outby Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Joseph Dunford. The 12 -member team was on its way back to its operating basi when it was attacked by about 50 each member of ISIS. The units didn’t call for help for about an hour. French sprays arrived about an hour after that. Dunford sees the team initially felt it could treat the firefight, and sleuths will focus on why it took them so long to ask for help. Dunford also said it doesn’t looks a lot like the troops were acting outside of their orders.

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