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China warns against force as North Korea prepares celebration -

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Trump national security aide Flynn resigns over Russian contacts -

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Germany president: Steinmeier chosen by lawmakers -

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Trump’s army secretary nominee Vincent Viola withdraws as candidate -

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State Dept reverses revocation of 60K visas -

Saturday, February 4, 2017

DHS suspends ‘any and all actions’ on Trump travel ban -

Saturday, February 4, 2017

Trump immigration curbs cause worldwide chaos, panic, anger -

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Pennsylvania poll: Clinton up by 9 points -

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Monday, July 25, 2016

Pope urges ‘humane’ US migrant response

Pope Francis leads a prayer session at St Patrick's in the City Church in Washington

Pope Francis has told the US Congress that the US must see migrants as “persons” and not as “numbers”. Speaking to a rare joint session, the Pope said immigrants should be treated “with the same passion and compassion with which we want to be treated”. In the same address, the pontiff renewed his call for ending the death penalty, and for better treatment of the poor and disadvantaged. He was warmly greeted by 500 lawmakers, justices and officials. After entering the chamber to thunderous applause, he said the world is facing a refugee crisis of a magnitude not seen since…

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Ahmed Mohamed is tired, excited to meet Obama – and wants his clock back


Above all else, Ahmed Mohamed wants some sleep. Early Thursday afternoon, when he would be in school if he weren’t suspended, he curled his 14-year-old frame on a quilted bed. Outside, satellite television trucks loomed on the street, but he stayed hidden in a curtained back room of the family home. On Monday, the teenage inventor stepped with his outsized sneaker on the intersection of several American fault lines – Islamophobia, technology, school violence – when he showed up at school with a homemade clock that his teachers took for a bomb. In the days since he has become a…

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Hillary Clinton campaign deploys not-so-secret weapon: Bill

The Guardian

Bill Clinton is has been largely in the background of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign. ‘My role should primarily be as a backstage adviser until we get much, much closer to the election.’ Photograph: Justin Lane/EPA   Say what you like about President Bill Clinton – and many things have been said about him over the years, flattering and otherwise – but one thing is certain: he isn’t cheap. On Thursday he travelled to Chicago to headline two fundraising events for his wife Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign where top donors were required to bundle $50,000 each for the privilege of hearing him speak….

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Exclusive – U.S. to China: Take back your undocumented immigrants

Daniel Maher poses for a photo for Reuters in Berkeley

Daniel Maher poses for a photo for Reuters in Berkeley, California September 10, 2015. REUTERS/NOAH BERGER In early June, in cities across America, U.S. immigration agents arrested more than two dozen Chinese nationals with unfulfilled deportation orders, telling them that after years of delay, China was finally taking steps to provide the paperwork needed to expel them from the U.S. But, not for the first time, China failed to provide the necessary documents, and three months later not one of those arrested has been deported, and many have been released from custody. They form part of a backlog of nearly 39,000 people Chinese nationals…

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Baltimore to pay Freddie Gray’s family $6.4m in wrongful death settlement

The Guardian

Freddie Gray’s mother, Gloria Darden, accompanied by Richard Shipley, arrives at Baltimore University to meet with attorney general Loretta Lynch in Baltimore on 5 May Photograph: Reuters   The city of Baltimore has agreed to pay a $6.4m settlement to the family ofFreddie Gray, whose death in custody earlier this year sparked several nights of protests and rioting. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said in a statement on Tuesday she had proposed the payout in order to avoid “costly and protracted litigation” from the Gray family that she said “would only make it more difficult for our city to heal”. “This settlement…

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Obama cements Iran victory

The Hill

By Alexander Bolton – 09/08/15 11:22 AM EDT President Obama has clinched the 41 votes he needs to block a resolution disapproving of the Iran nuclear deal, sealing an important political victory over Republicans. Three of the four undecided Democrats — Sens. Ron Wyden of Oregon, Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut and Gary Peters of Michigan — came out in favor of the deal Tuesday, giving the president enough votes to keep the resolution bottled up in the Senate. “I will vote to support the proposed agreement concerning Iran’s nuclear program and against the resolution of disapproval before the Senate,” Blumenthal said in a statement. “My two…

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Hissène Habré, l’homme-orchestre de la répression tchadienne


Hissène Habré a dirigé le Tchad de 1982 à 1990. PHOTO DOMINIQUE FAGET, ARCHIVES AFP Agence France-Presse DAKAR L’ex-président tchadien Hissène Habré en personne était «le cerveau et l’animateur» de la répression sous son régime (1982-1990), selon l’acte d’accusation lu mardi devant le tribunal spécial africain qui le juge à Dakar. Malgré quelques perturbations, dont l’expulsion par les gendarmes d’un Tchadien qui disait vouloir faire une déclaration, les greffiers ont poursuivi la lecture entamée lundi de l’épaisse ordonnance de renvoi et de mise en accusation, en présence de l’accusé, exposant notamment les spoliations et tortures infligées aux détenus, dont le…

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UN/UN: MINUSTAH perd un haut grade!


Le Lieutenant Général José Luiz Jaborandy Jr., Commandant de la Force Militaire de la MINUSTAH, est décédé dans la soirée du dimanche 30 août 2015. « Le Lieutenant Général José Luiz Jaborandy Jr. a été atteint d’une crise cardiaque pendant qu’il voyageait  à bord d’un avion de Miami au Brésil. », informe La Mission des Nations Unies pour la Stabilisation en Haïti (MINUSTAH) dans une note de presse. La Représentante spéciale du Secrétaire général des Nations Unies en Haïti (RSSG), Sandra Honoré, considérait le Lt. Gen. Jaborandy comme un commandant admirable, respectueux et un exemple modèle d’un officier de l’armée….

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U.S. weighs sanctioning Russia as well as China in cyber attacks

A map of China is seen through a magnifying glass on a computer screen showing binary digits in Singapore

A map of China is seen through a magnifying glass on a computer screen showing binary digits in Singapore in this January 2, 2014 photo illustration. REUTERS/EDGAR SU The United States is considering sanctions against both Russian and Chinese individuals and companies for cyber attacks against U.S. commercial targets, several U.S. officials said on Monday. The officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said no final decision had been made on imposing sanctions, which could strain relations with Russia further and, if they came soon, cast a pall over a state visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping in September. The Washington Post…

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Big guns in east Ukraine fall silent, two more die from wounds in Kiev protests

Ukrainian Poroshenko addresses nation following clashes outside parliament in Kiev

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko addresses the nation following the clashes outside parliament in Kiev, Ukraine, August 31, 2015. REUTERS/MYKHAILO MARKIV/UKRAINIAN PRESIDENTIAL PRESS SERVICE/POOL  A fragile truce between Ukrainian government forces and pro-Russian separatists appeared to be holding on Tuesday as both sides made a renewed effort to silence their guns and make the much-abused ceasefire work. Sporadic shelling and shooting, which each side has blamed on the other, had ensured a steadily mounting death toll despite the ceasefire called as part of a peace plan worked out in Minsk, Belarus, in February. Government and separatist representatives agreed last week to…

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