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Juvenile Suicide Bomber Foiled in Kirkuk

August 22, 2016 Featured No Comments

Iraqi police say a young boy was apprehended in the northern city of Kirkuk as he attempted to detonate an explosive belt

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Body Cam Video of Milwaukee Police Shooting Held

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Two body cam videos captured the fatal police shooting of Milwaukee man Sylville Smith — but they won’t be released until after the investigation.

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Judge Blocks Federal Transgender Student Directive

August 22, 2016 Featured No Comments

A federal judge on Sunday blocked the Obama administration from taking any action forcing public schools to allow transgender students a choice of bathrooms.

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Syrian Teenager Recalls Brother’s Gruesome Death

August 22, 2016 Featured No Comments

Thirteen-year-old Raneem recounts finding her brother's body in rubble following an airstrike in Aleppo.

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Syrian Teenager Recalls Brother’s Gruesome Death

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Syrian Teenager Recalls Brother’s Gruesome Death

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Syrian Teenager Recalls Brother’s Gruesome Death

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White House Fires Back at Critics of Louisiana Response

August 22, 2016 Featured No Comments

“Survivors of flooding aren’t well served by political discussion,” White House spokesman Josh Earnest said. They’re “well served by coordinated government response.”

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‘They Will Kill Me’: Medalist Makes Defiant Protest in Rio

August 22, 2016 Featured No Comments

Olympic silver medalist Feyisa Lilesa made a gesture of protest and now fears he will be arrested or even killed if he returns home to Ethiopia.

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