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    Providenc, Rhode Island (AP)

    A Superior Court judge has ruled that The Associated Press does not have to turn over about half of its unpublished photographs from a 2003 raid on a tribal smoke shop because they’re irrelevant to an ongoing criminal case.

    She did not immediately rule on the other half.

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