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"Burned body of a man found in a Lynn park. They're trying to determine if his death is in any way connected to another death that occurred back in August police identified the body discovered in fry park is that of twenty nine year old Tito Lopez e banks of Lynn back in August. Eighteen was found dead. In other Lynn park peace talks aimed at ending nearly four years of civil war. In Yemen are underway in Sweden the fighting between a Saudi led coalition and Dirani and backed rebels has killed tens of thousands of people and pushed millions to the brink goo famine CBS's. Elizabeth Palmer is the only US network corresponded inside Yemen. She brings us an inside look at the crisis there, he's talks aimed at ending nearly four years of civil war. In Yemen are underway in Sweden the fighting between a Saudi led coalition and Iranian back rebels has killed more than ten thousand people. And pushed millions to the brink of famine the US supplies weapons and intelligence to Saudi forces. Elizabeth Palmer is the only US network. Correspondent inside Yemen, she visited a refugee camp in southern Yemen. I'm in a refugee camp where about two and a half thousand people live in every one of them is here because they've fled fighting elsewhere in Yemen, they've always been poor. But now they are destitute living in the most rudimentary shelter. It's of would tarpaulins, of course, they have no proper access to medical care. They alley family. For example, can't get help for their six year old daughter who has a really severe neurological problem and just a few weeks ago a child here died of cholera the sanitation here is dangerously bad. There are a few la- trains, but most people just use the fields and yet people here are getting cast about enough food to eat, and that's more than you can say for fourteen million other Yemenis, the number of people the United Nations now says is that the risk of extreme hunger. Or even starvation. This winter. I'm Elizabeth Palmer in miss Hoffa refugee camp in five fifty one now on WBZ. Police Yale University harassed forty-eight people protesting the Ivy league schools investments in fossil fuel companies and Puerto Rican bonds it's arrest come during a sit in demonstration had happened yesterday in the schools investment office is more than three hundred students and community. Members rallied outside protesters demanding Gail divest endowment funds from oil and gas companies and cancel its holdings in Puerto Rican debt, China's lunar probe is on its way to make the first ever soft landing on the dark side of the moon. A rocket carrying the pro blasted off from the launch centre in southwest China early Saturday with plans for the Lander to touchdown in early January, the probe will measure the mineral composition of the moon and radiation levels. It's also carrying scientific payloads developed by several other countries, China, the US or Russia or the only nations. To successfully land spacecraft on the moon. John Jeffreys NBC News Radio the private treasures of Frank Sinatra and his wife, Barbara a multi-million dollar hiss had auction Saudis reports the couple's entertainment memorabilia, art, jewelry books and other personal items sold yesterday for nine point two million dollars about twice their pre-sale. Estimates nine paintings by the legendary crooner went from all the eight hundred fifty thousand dollars against an estimate of one hundred twenty grand the twenty carat diamond engagement ring Sinatra presented to his fiancee and a glass of champagne, fetch nearly one point seven million surpassing the top estimate of one and a half billion dollars. No."