Headlines: L.A. Schools Will Start Stocking Opioid Overdose Reversal Drug After Recent Student Deaths; Ukraine Surf Team Competing in H.B.

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—Ukraine’s surf team is competing in the ISA World Surfing Games in Huntington Beach this week, culminating a difficult journey to get there. [Surfline]

—For the first time, an Israeli prime minster, Yair Lapid, publicly expressed support for a two-state solution with Palestine at a U.N. General Assembly. [Al-Monitor]

—Journalist Jorge Ramos is calling out the administration of Mexican president Lopez Obrador, for overseeing the most violent term in the nation’s history. [MLT]

—April Holder, the mother of Frederick Holder, who was shot while unarmed by the L.A. Sheriff’s Department last year, is in need of funds for housing after suffering eviction. [Justice4FredH]

—Puerto Rico is sick of finance bros who are there for tax cuts. [Intelligencer]

—Metro’s LAX/Crenshaw line will open October 7th. [StreetsBlogLA]

—L.A. schools will start stocking the overdose reversal drug naloxone in the wake of multiple student overdoses in the last few weeks. [LAT]

—A woman was sexually assaulted while walking in the Hollywood Hills on Saturday morning. [KTLA]

—The A.C.L.U. is calling for New Mexico’s Torrance County Detention Facility to be shut down following the suicide death of a Brazilian asylum-seeker. [NYT]

—How people can catch a mass psychogenic illness from social media. [KAKM]

—KTLA anchor Mark Mester has been fired from the station for his recent off-the-cuff comments on a departing colleague. [Deadline]

—Exploring Mexico City through the sound of its streets. [The Pudding]

—Here’s a look at the devastation that climate change-driven floods caused in Pakistan last month. [Reuters]

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