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AllAfrica.com
Independent Autopsy DemandedThe Liberian public has for the first time agreed unanimously on an issue of se
Independent Autopsy Demanded
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
The Liberian public has for the first time agreed unanimously on an issue of serious national concern in which they are demanding that an independent autopsy be conducted on the remains of Harry Greaves, a former critic of the Liberian government,... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Contradictions in Credentials - Liberia Flip-Flops Over Pathologists"We are satisfied that they are qualify to do the autopsy, we are giving you th
Contradictions in Credentials - Liberia Flip-Flops Over Pathologists
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
"We are satisfied that they are qualify to do the autopsy, we are giving you their report today, if for any reason any party, group of journalists or political parties believe that our report is wrong they are at liberty to bring their own forensic... Read more
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CBS News
Trump promised money to veterans group for campaign appearanceDonald Trump's presidential campaign offered to present a veterans charity with
Trump promised money to veterans group for campaign appearance
CBS News / Posted 5 days ago
Donald Trump's presidential campaign offered to present a veterans charity with a six-figure check last week if they appeared on stage at a New Hampshire campaign rally, the vets group confirmed to CBS News. Liberty House executive director Keith... Read more
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Canberra Times
How the ACT government gets your metadataThe metadata received by the ACT government "was used to inform investigations
How the ACT government gets your metadata
Canberra Times / Posted 13 days ago
The metadata received by the ACT government "was used to inform investigations into active non-compliance with territory-based tax laws". Photo: iStock The ACT government has defended its right to seek access to Canberrans' private phone and... Read more
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4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville
Black drivers in Florida twice as likely as whites to get seatbelt tickets, ACLU findsBlack drivers in Florida are nearly twice as likely to be ticketed for seatbelt
Black drivers in Florida twice as likely as whites to get seatbelt tickets, ACLU finds
4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville / Posted 17 days ago
Black drivers in Florida are nearly twice as likely to be ticketed for seatbelt violations than whites, according to a new report from the American Civil Liberties Union released Wednesday. And in some counties, black drivers are getting ticketed at... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Gay Grouping Seeks Legal RecognitionThe Court of Appeal bench has on Friday reserved judgement in a case in which G
Gay Grouping Seeks Legal Recognition
AllAfrica.com / Posted 25 days ago
The Court of Appeal bench has on Friday reserved judgement in a case in which Government is challenging a lower Court's decision to allow the registration of Lesbians, Gays and Bisexuals Botswana (LEGABIBO) society. The application follows... Read more
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WA Today
Dozens of government agencies request access to citizen metadata without warrantsNearly all the agencies which accessed citizens' private information in the pas
Dozens of government agencies request access to citizen metadata without warrants
WA Today / Posted 26 days ago
Nearly all the agencies which accessed citizens' private information in the past have applied for continued access. Photo: Louise Kennerley Nearly all of the government agencies which last year snooped on citizens' phone and internet records without... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Dozens of government agencies request access to citizen metadata without warrantsNearly all the agencies which accessed citizens' private information in the pas
Dozens of government agencies request access to citizen metadata without warrants
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 26 days ago
Nearly all the agencies which accessed citizens' private information in the past have applied for continued access. Photo: Louise Kennerley Nearly all of the government agencies which last year snooped on citizens' phone and internet records without... Read more
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Canberra Times
Dozens of government agencies request access to citizen metadata without warrantsNearly all the agencies which accessed citizens' private information in the pas
Dozens of government agencies request access to citizen metadata without warrants
Canberra Times / Posted 26 days ago
Nearly all the agencies which accessed citizens' private information in the past have applied for continued access. Photo: Louise Kennerley Nearly all of the government agencies which last year snooped on citizens' phone and internet records without... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Dozens of government agencies request access to citizen metadata without warrantsNearly all the agencies which accessed citizens' private information in the pas
Dozens of government agencies request access to citizen metadata without warrants
Brisbane Times / Posted 26 days ago
Nearly all the agencies which accessed citizens' private information in the past have applied for continued access. Photo: Louise Kennerley Nearly all of the government agencies which last year snooped on citizens' phone and internet records without... Read more
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The Age
Dozens of government agencies request access to citizen metadata without warrantsNearly all the agencies which accessed citizens' private information in the pas
Dozens of government agencies request access to citizen metadata without warrants
The Age / Posted 26 days ago
Nearly all the agencies which accessed citizens' private information in the past have applied for continued access. Photo: Louise Kennerley Nearly all of the government agencies which last year snooped on citizens' phone and internet records without... Read more
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Computer World Australia
Data retention: Document reveals agencies seeking warrant-free access to telco dataA document released under freedom of information legislation has revealed the b
Data retention: Document reveals agencies seeking warrant-free access to telco data
Computer World Australia / Posted 27 days ago
A document released under freedom of information legislation has revealed the breadth of federal and state agencies seeking authorisation to access telecommunications data covered by the government’s data retention scheme. The agencies range from... Read more
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KOMU Columbia
Attorney General's office warns consumers about tax ID theft scamsJEFFERSON CITY - More than 150 million tax returns are expected to be filed thi
Attorney General's office warns consumers about tax ID theft scams
KOMU Columbia / Posted 29 days ago
JEFFERSON CITY - More than 150 million tax returns are expected to be filed this year and Missouri's Attorney General office warns consumers to stay alert for tax fraud identity theft as the 2016 tax filing season begins. The IRS expects more than... Read more

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