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The slain hero of last week's extremist attack in southern France was honoured Wednesday in an elaborate, daylong national homage led by French President Emmanuel Macron. "Others, even many who are fearless, would have wavered or hesitated". Halimi's murder reignited the debate over anti-Semitism in working-class districts in France, where Jews have been targeted in several deadly jihadist attacks in recent years.
  • Donald Trump to end deportation protection for Liberians

    Donald Trump to end deportation protection for Liberians

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    In a memorandum issued on Tuesday, US President Donald Trump said Liberia was "no longer experiencing armed conflict" and has made "significant progress in restoring stability and democratic governance". But it's allowing a one-year "wind-down" period to ease their return. Trump's decision was met with fury and anxiety by his critics and Liberian recipients' defenders.
  • Russia-Saudi Arabia Deal Could Change Oil Prices for Decades

    Russia-Saudi Arabia Deal Could Change Oil Prices for Decades

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    Russia, never a member of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, has worked alongside the 14-member cartel during previous oil gluts, but a 10 to 20 year deal between the two would be unprecedented. The visit of Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman to Washington has succeeded in rearranging the political stances on two issues important to the Kingdom; the first concerns Iran , its nuclear program and its interventions in Syria, Iraq and Yemen, and the second is related to the Houthis ...
  • Texas girl missing for 2 years found safe in New Mexico

    Texas girl missing for 2 years found safe in New Mexico

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    KCDB reports that Mariah Martinez was one of three siblings who went missing from their Lubbock home back in 2016. KCBD obtained an affidavit which filed for the children's emergency removal from their mother, which gives us a closer look at what led police to issue a missing and endangered person's report.
  • States can sue Trump over alleged Constitutional violation, federal judge rules

    States can sue Trump over alleged Constitutional violation, federal judge rules

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    The suit accuses Trump of violating the emoluments clause of the Constitution by taking payments from foreign-government officials via his hotel in Washington, DC. A district court judge has ruled that the emoluments case against President Donald Trump can move forward. There is little case law on the emoluments clauses, as they have rarely been used in litigation.
  • Ireland to vote on lifting abortion ban May 25

    Ireland to vote on lifting abortion ban May 25

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    Speaking to The Irish Times , Mr Coveney rejected criticism of his proposal for a two-third majority "lock" to be introduced into the abortion legislation but said the Cabinet had agreed to explore other options. This proposal, which was highly criticised, was abandoned yet Coveney explained that the Cabinet had made a decision to explore other ways "in which we would provide that reassurance" to those anxious about unrestricted abortion.
  • Trump Terminates Shulkin As Secretary of Veterans Affairs

    Trump Terminates Shulkin As Secretary of Veterans Affairs

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    Trump recently booted Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster. Expanding private health care for veterans was a talking point of Trump's on the campaign trail, and a White House priority, and Shulkin's critics have said he was a roadblock to achieving that goal.
  • Driver ploughs into people in San Francisco, critically wounding four

    Driver ploughs into people in San Francisco, critically wounding four

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    The incident occurred around 10:25 a.m. near the corner of IL and 24th streets, according to Officer Giselle Linnane. The incident took place in San Francisco's Central Waterfront neighborhood, police said. Further information about the suspect was not immediately available. He reportedly looked to be living in the van, which was a white GMC with the numbers 16 in the license plate.
  • Committee to take comments on special elections bill

    Committee to take comments on special elections bill

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    Meanwhile, Republicans have asked for an appeals court to hear the case again today. But, the appellate court refused. "And the law right now, in this state and under that statute, and by order of this court, is that this election shall be held as promptly as possible and that it should be ordered by no later than Thursday at noon".
  • SCOTUS Set To Hear Another Partisan Gerrymandering Case

    SCOTUS Set To Hear Another Partisan Gerrymandering Case

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    The Supreme Court has never adopted a standard or legal theory for when partisan gerrymandering is unconstitutional. The question is how much. Even Chief Justice John Roberts, who has questioned lawsuits over partisan redistricting, said the redrawing of the 6th congressional district seemed to lack "any internal logic", other than to elect a Democrat.
  • Church has huge Easter celebration

    Church has huge Easter celebration

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    It's merely a collection of info we got through submissions and poking around the interwebs. Well, maybe don't plan on heading to Chick-fil-A for a post-Easter service chicken sandwich. The dinner buffet begins at 3 p.m. and will feature a pasta station and expanded carving station. There will be two services at the church: 9 and 11 a.m.
  • Washington State plans distracted driving enforcement campaign

    Washington State plans distracted driving enforcement campaign

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    Approximately 45 minutes later - and just a few blocks away - the same officer saw the same driver using his cell phone again, and another traffic stop was conducted. Almost 1,500 drivers have been ticketed each month since Washington's new E-DUI law began in July 2017. Mobile Electronic Devices include, but are not limited to: cellphones, tablet computers, digital cameras and gaming devices.
  • Ethiopian Ruling Party Picks New Leader From Protest-Hit Region

    Ethiopian Ruling Party Picks New Leader From Protest-Hit Region

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    Ethiopia's ruling coalition voted in Abiye Ahmed as new prime minister on Tuesday following the resignation of Hailemariam Desalegn last month, the state-run Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporation said. The anti-government protests began in 2015 over land rights before broadening into demonstrations over political and human rights. Activists hope he will reform the party, which along with its allies controls every government seat.
  • Iraq vows to secure Sinjar boarder region, after Turkish warning

    Iraq vows to secure Sinjar boarder region, after Turkish warning

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    The messages from the EU-Turkey meeting in Varna are moderately positive, let's see what steps will follow, political scientist Prof. Temperatures rose further last week after European Union leaders condemned Turkey's "illegal actions" towards Greece and Cyprus in the eastern Mediterranean and the Aegean Sea.
  • Kim Jong-un makes surprise visit to Beijing: Unconfirmed reports

    Kim Jong-un makes surprise visit to Beijing: Unconfirmed reports

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    Details about the North Korean leader's trip - including how long he would stay and whom he would meet - were not immediately available, according to three sources who spoke to Bloomberg News. Nobody answered the telephone at the North Korean embassy in Beijing on Monday evening. "North Korea wants to have some insurance against this upcoming summit meeting with President Trump.
  • Caroline Sunshine, Former Disney Channel Star, Joins White House Press Team

    Caroline Sunshine, Former Disney Channel Star, Joins White House Press Team

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    Apol said that when he raised concerns with White House lawyers about the loans and whether they should look into the matter, "the White House informed me that they had already begun the process". The White House said Tuesday he is not under investigation. In a second case, Kushner met several times with Apollo co-founder Joshua Harris and discussed a possible White House job - followed by Apollo's loan of $184 million to the Kushner family firm.
  • Turkey says it will act if Syrian Kurdish militia don't retreat

    Turkey says it will act if Syrian Kurdish militia don't retreat

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    He hoped that progress would be made in Turkey's accession process, and that the visa liberalization agreement would soon be finalized. Turkish Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag said that Turkey will not act against Russia in the war of expelling dozens of Russian diplomats across Europe and in the US.