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Zero Hedge
Doug Casey Debunks The Common Excuses for "Staying" In One Countrywhich today is just another nation-state. And, most unfortunately, one that's b
Doug Casey Debunks The Common Excuses for "Staying" In One Country
Zero Hedge / Posted 3 minutes ago
which today is just another nation-state. And, most unfortunately, one that's become especially predatory toward its citizens. "My parents and grandparents were born here; I have roots in this country." An understandable emotion; everyone... Read more
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KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches
Recent editorials from Texas newspapersthose who recently entered the country illegally were the top priorities; longe
Recent editorials from Texas newspapers
KTRE Lufkin and Nacogdoches / Posted 6 minutes ago
those who recently entered the country illegally were the top priorities; longer-term migrants with children who are U.S. citizens would not be deportation targets. Obama acted under the executive branch's longstanding authority to set priorities... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded MedicaidNEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded Medicaid
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 7 minutes ago
NEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita than any other, the long-awaited July 1 launch of expanded Medicaid coverage will give those leaving prison a chance to at least continue what many describe as spotty... Read more
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KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls
Recent editorials from Texas newspapersthose who recently entered the country illegally were the top priorities; longe
Recent editorials from Texas newspapers
KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls / Posted 8 minutes ago
those who recently entered the country illegally were the top priorities; longer-term migrants with children who are U.S. citizens would not be deportation targets. Obama acted under the executive branch's longstanding authority to set priorities... Read more
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Desert Dispatch
Letters to the editor:no civil rights or religious freedom, and mistreats women and handicapped perso
Letters to the editor:
Desert Dispatch / Posted 8 minutes ago
no civil rights or religious freedom, and mistreats women and handicapped persons horribly? It also terrorizes its own citizens who do not embrace the most radical positions of Islam.In my view, the reason Clinton and the Obama administration... Read more
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KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls
After judge suspension, commissioners want to 'marinate' over replacementzone cameras. "We have got to take our time as elected officials and make a de
After judge suspension, commissioners want to 'marinate' over replacement
KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls / Posted 8 minutes ago
zone cameras. "We have got to take our time as elected officials and make a decision that's going to be best for all citizens of Smith County," said Commissioner JoAnn Hampton (Precinct 4) during commissioners court. "I think we need to... Read more
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KLTV 7 Tyler
Recent editorials from Texas newspapersthose who recently entered the country illegally were the top priorities; longe
Recent editorials from Texas newspapers
KLTV 7 Tyler / Posted 11 minutes ago
those who recently entered the country illegally were the top priorities; longer-term migrants with children who are U.S. citizens would not be deportation targets. Obama acted under the executive branch's longstanding authority to set priorities... Read more
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NorthWest Cable News
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded MedicaidNEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded Medicaid
NorthWest Cable News / Posted 12 minutes ago
NEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita than any other, the long-awaited July 1 launch of expanded Medicaid coverage will give those leaving prison a chance to at least continue what many describe as spotty... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded MedicaidNEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded Medicaid
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 12 minutes ago
NEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita than any other, the long-awaited July 1 launch of expanded Medicaid coverage will give those leaving prison a chance to at least continue what many describe as spotty... Read more
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Canberra Times
Venezuelans are storming supermarkets and attacking trucks as food supplies dwindlepower blackouts, spiralling crime, endless food lines, shortages of medicine an
Venezuelans are storming supermarkets and attacking trucks as food supplies dwindle
Canberra Times / Posted 13 minutes ago
power blackouts, spiralling crime, endless food lines, shortages of medicine and waves of looting and protest, citizens are mobilising against their leaders. In recent days, Venezuelans lined up to add their names to a recall petition... Read more
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KING5 Seattle
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded MedicaidNEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded Medicaid
KING5 Seattle / Posted 13 minutes ago
NEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita than any other, the long-awaited July 1 launch of expanded Medicaid coverage will give those leaving prison a chance to at least continue what many describe as spotty... Read more
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Dallas Morning News
Opposition to high-speed train between Dallas and Houston leans on grammar to prevent eminent domainissue an opinion that aligns with the arguments set forth to offer support and
Opposition to high-speed train between Dallas and Houston leans on grammar to prevent eminent domain
Dallas Morning News / Posted 13 minutes ago
issue an opinion that aligns with the arguments set forth to offer support and relief from unjust takings for not only the citizens of House District 8, but all Texas communities potentially affected," Cook said in a written statement. On Tw... Read more
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KGW Channel 8 Portland
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded MedicaidNEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded Medicaid
KGW Channel 8 Portland / Posted 14 minutes ago
NEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita than any other, the long-awaited July 1 launch of expanded Medicaid coverage will give those leaving prison a chance to at least continue what many describe as spotty... Read more
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First Coast News
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded MedicaidNEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded Medicaid
First Coast News / Posted 14 minutes ago
NEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita than any other, the long-awaited July 1 launch of expanded Medicaid coverage will give those leaving prison a chance to at least continue what many describe as spotty... Read more
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Rappler
Rody Duterte: The man, the mayor, the presidentbetter follow)” he would say in his campaign speeches after raising a clenched
Rody Duterte: The man, the mayor, the president
Rappler / Posted 14 minutes ago
better follow)” he would say in his campaign speeches after raising a clenched fist. This do-it-or-die attitude is what citizens are now counting on to fix such deep-seated problems as crime, drugs, corruption, poverty, and Metro Manila... Read more
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KENS 5 San Antonio
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded MedicaidNEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded Medicaid
KENS 5 San Antonio / Posted 17 minutes ago
NEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita than any other, the long-awaited July 1 launch of expanded Medicaid coverage will give those leaving prison a chance to at least continue what many describe as spotty... Read more
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KTVB Boise
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded MedicaidNEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded Medicaid
KTVB Boise / Posted 17 minutes ago
NEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita than any other, the long-awaited July 1 launch of expanded Medicaid coverage will give those leaving prison a chance to at least continue what many describe as spotty... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded MedicaidNEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded Medicaid
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 19 minutes ago
NEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita than any other, the long-awaited July 1 launch of expanded Medicaid coverage will give those leaving prison a chance to at least continue what many describe as spotty... Read more
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Bulatlat.com
Pooled Editorial | The Prez and the Press – Bulatlatto lead the nation and to promote transparency, accountability and good governa
Pooled Editorial | The Prez and the Press – Bulatlat
Bulatlat.com / Posted 19 minutes ago
to lead the nation and to promote transparency, accountability and good governance. But the Constitution also upholds the citizens’ rights to free speech, free press, free expression, and peaceable assembly. It guarantees as well their right to... Read more
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Daily Herald
Lawmakers promise to complete rescue package for Puerto Ricohours though his effort wasn't a true filibuster since a vote had been schedule
Lawmakers promise to complete rescue package for Puerto Rico
Daily Herald / Posted 19 minutes ago
hours though his effort wasn't a true filibuster since a vote had been scheduled. "I think the 3.5 million United States citizens who call Puerto Rico home deserve more than being jammed in a legislative process where their lives and their... Read more
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Daily Herald
Sluggish economy casts shadow over Mongolians electionscompared to an overall turnout of 65 percent in 2012. Skepticism has grown aft
Sluggish economy casts shadow over Mongolians elections
Daily Herald / Posted 19 minutes ago
compared to an overall turnout of 65 percent in 2012. Skepticism has grown after the ruling party recently offered citizens 300,000 tugriks ($155) to sell 30 percent of their promised shares in the state-owned coal mine, Erdenes Tavan... Read more
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SkyHi Daily News
Nolan, The disregard for citizen input by GCLD is appalling,plan to close the Hot Sulphur Springs library. At their May meeting they heard
Nolan, The disregard for citizen input by GCLD is appalling,
SkyHi Daily News / Posted 20 minutes ago
plan to close the Hot Sulphur Springs library. At their May meeting they heard impassioned pleas from Hot Sulphur Springs citizens to keep our library open. In addition, the trustees received many letters, saw letters published in the newspapers... Read more
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New Kerala
Istanbul airport blasts: 36 killed; Turkish PM blames IS - newkerala.com #83200then blew himself up. A Turkish official was quoted as saying on Twitter that
Istanbul airport blasts: 36 killed; Turkish PM blames IS - newkerala.com #83200
New Kerala / Posted 21 minutes ago
then blew himself up. A Turkish official was quoted as saying on Twitter that the vast majority of casualties are Turkish citizens, with foreigners among the dead and wounded. The police have closed the entrances and exits of the airport, and... Read more
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ABC News
Sluggish Economy Casts Shadow Over Mongolians Electionscompared to an overall turnout of 65 percent in 2012. Skepticism has grown aft
Sluggish Economy Casts Shadow Over Mongolians Elections
ABC News / Posted 21 minutes ago
compared to an overall turnout of 65 percent in 2012. Skepticism has grown after the ruling party recently offered citizens 300,000 tugriks ($155) to sell 30 percent of their promised shares in the state-owned coal mine, Erdenes Tavan... Read more
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Boston Globe
Attack at Istanbul airport leaves at least 31 deadthe annual number of passengers. On Monday, the State Department renewed a war
Attack at Istanbul airport leaves at least 31 dead
Boston Globe / Posted 22 minutes ago
the annual number of passengers. On Monday, the State Department renewed a warning it issued three months ago advising US citizens about the danger of travel to Turkey because of terrorist threats. “Foreign and US tourists have been explicitly... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded MedicaidNEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded Medicaid
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 24 minutes ago
NEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita than any other, the long-awaited July 1 launch of expanded Medicaid coverage will give those leaving prison a chance to at least continue what many describe as spotty... Read more
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Payson Roundup
Dark money debate joinedto know how much APS and its parent company spent to influence the election. Un
Dark money debate joined
Payson Roundup / Posted 25 minutes ago
to know how much APS and its parent company spent to influence the election. Under the terms of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Citizens United ruling, corporations and special interest groups can spend as much money as they like on elections without... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Brexit’s unintended consequencesincreased interest clearly points to a sense of concern among some UK passport
Brexit’s unintended consequences
Adelaide Now / Posted 25 minutes ago
increased interest clearly points to a sense of concern among some UK passport holders that the rights they enjoy as EU citizens are about to abruptly end,” he said. “The United Kingdom has voted to leave the European Union but it has not yet... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded MedicaidNEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded Medicaid
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 26 minutes ago
NEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita than any other, the long-awaited July 1 launch of expanded Medicaid coverage will give those leaving prison a chance to at least continue what many describe as spotty... Read more
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KXXV Waco
Recent editorials from Texas newspapersthose who recently entered the country illegally were the top priorities; longe
Recent editorials from Texas newspapers
KXXV Waco / Posted 26 minutes ago
those who recently entered the country illegally were the top priorities; longer-term migrants with children who are U.S. citizens would not be deportation targets. Obama acted under the executive branch's longstanding authority to set priorities... Read more
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KVUE-TV Austin
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded MedicaidNEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded Medicaid
KVUE-TV Austin / Posted 27 minutes ago
NEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita than any other, the long-awaited July 1 launch of expanded Medicaid coverage will give those leaving prison a chance to at least continue what many describe as spotty... Read more
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DW
It's time to face reality over Brexit |split from Britain, European governments now need to look at themselves. The mo
It's time to face reality over Brexit |
DW / Posted 29 minutes ago
split from Britain, European governments now need to look at themselves. The most important task is to reconnect with their citizens and make the EU produce less fine print and more tangible results. It should refocus policymaking less on technical... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Stick figures meet their maker in Metro LA's safety videosLink: Mindful or mangled? Safety begins with you. The videos show black and ye
Stick figures meet their maker in Metro LA's safety videos
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 33 minutes ago
Link: Mindful or mangled? Safety begins with you. The videos show black and yellow stick figures figures, who are citizens of a place called Safetyville, being injured or killed in a variety of violent and bizarre ways, all because they... Read more
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dna
Parched Nashik awaits rainNashik district has seen 4.09% rainfall this monsoon so far, leaving farmers an
Parched Nashik awaits rain
dna / Posted 34 minutes ago
Nashik district has seen 4.09% rainfall this monsoon so far, leaving farmers and citizens high and dry. The water stock in the dams in the district has further depleted to 3%, which has raised the concern of the administration as well. According to... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded MedicaidNEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita
Louisiana, the U.S. incarceration capital, prepares for expanded Medicaid
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted 35 minutes ago
NEW ORLEANS — Here in the state that imprisons more of its citizens per capita than any other, the long-awaited July 1 launch of expanded Medicaid coverage will give those leaving prison a chance to at least continue what many describe as spotty... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Venezuelans are storming supermarkets and attacking trucks as food supplies dwindlepower blackouts, spiralling crime, endless food lines, shortages of medicine an
Venezuelans are storming supermarkets and attacking trucks as food supplies dwindle
Brisbane Times / Posted 35 minutes ago
power blackouts, spiralling crime, endless food lines, shortages of medicine and waves of looting and protest, citizens are mobilising against their leaders. In recent days, Venezuelans lined up to add their names to a recall petition... Read more
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IGN
Person of Interest: Season 5 Reviewexcellent exclamation point on a series that had already dove deep into the poo
Person of Interest: Season 5 Review
IGN / Posted 35 minutes ago
excellent exclamation point on a series that had already dove deep into the pool of questioning surveillance, the rights of citizens, and the true dangers of an artificial intelligence that could out-think us and out-maneuver us in every way. And... Read more
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The Washington Times
Supreme Court vacates conviction of Bob McDonnellhe wrote. “Officials might wonder whether they could respond to even the most c
Supreme Court vacates conviction of Bob McDonnell
The Washington Times / Posted 39 minutes ago
he wrote. “Officials might wonder whether they could respond to even the most commonplace requests for assistance, and citizens with legitimate concerns might shrink from participating in democratic discourse.” The other justices agreed, and... Read more
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The Washington Times
Donald Trump has a global business edge and it helps him in the pollsthe top-10. Washington, D.C. was No. 46, effectively the fifth-best. • 83 perc
Donald Trump has a global business edge and it helps him in the polls
The Washington Times / Posted 39 minutes ago
the top-10. Washington, D.C. was No. 46, effectively the fifth-best. • 83 percent of U.S. adults are aware that British citizens voted to leave the European Union. • 46 percent overall don’t know if the decision is a positive or negative... Read more
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The Washington Times
Brexit vote democracy in action— was likely the proximate cause of the referendum results. A majority of Brito
Brexit vote democracy in action
The Washington Times / Posted 39 minutes ago
— was likely the proximate cause of the referendum results. A majority of Britons wants to decide whom they welcome as new citizens and how many. To charge that that makes them anti-immigrant or racist strikes me as grossly unfair. Most migrants... Read more
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The Washington Times
Obama’s duty after Orlando to speak about danger of radical IslamReport on Terrorism lists 59 foreign terrorist organizations which, among other
Obama’s duty after Orlando to speak about danger of radical Islam
The Washington Times / Posted 39 minutes ago
Report on Terrorism lists 59 foreign terrorist organizations which, among other things, are deemed as threats to U.S. citizens and U.S. national security. Forty-four of them (75 percent) are Islamic groups in Muslim countries. • The... Read more
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The Age
Venezuelans are storming supermarkets and attacking trucks as food supplies dwindlepower blackouts, spiralling crime, endless food lines, shortages of medicine an
Venezuelans are storming supermarkets and attacking trucks as food supplies dwindle
The Age / Posted 39 minutes ago
power blackouts, spiralling crime, endless food lines, shortages of medicine and waves of looting and protest, citizens are mobilising against their leaders. In recent days, Venezuelans lined up to add their names to a recall petition... Read more
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TribLIVE
Sewickley author Tessaro seeks to connect past, present challengeslot of the same circumstances that we are facing now.” In the 1930s, the Irish
Sewickley author Tessaro seeks to connect past, present challenges
TribLIVE / Posted 40 minutes ago
lot of the same circumstances that we are facing now.” In the 1930s, the Irish and Italians were often deemed second-class citizens by the Brahmins, the elite ruling class made up of mostly white Anglo-Saxon Protestants. They were considered the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Venezuelans are storming supermarkets and attacking trucks as food supplies dwindlepower blackouts, spiralling crime, endless food lines, shortages of medicine an
Venezuelans are storming supermarkets and attacking trucks as food supplies dwindle
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 41 minutes ago
power blackouts, spiralling crime, endless food lines, shortages of medicine and waves of looting and protest, citizens are mobilising against their leaders. In recent days, Venezuelans lined up to add their names to a recall petition... Read more
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WCNC Charlotte
Clinton tech plan reads like Silicon Valley wish listcomputers. "It would be good for a presidential candidate to advocate a digita
Clinton tech plan reads like Silicon Valley wish list
WCNC Charlotte / Posted 41 minutes ago
computers. "It would be good for a presidential candidate to advocate a digital ethics and rights bill that would protect citizens and set the rules so that the valley would have clear guidelines on data ownership and usage," says R. Ray Wang, CEO... Read more
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News.com.au
One of many things that could changeFrench citizens in London face uncertainty after Britain votes to leave the Eur
One of many things that could change
News.com.au / Posted 42 minutes ago
French citizens in London face uncertainty after Britain votes to leave the European Union. Stefica Nicol Bikes reports. There is a suggestion that English could be scrapped as an official language of the European Union Picture: Thierry... Read more
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Business Wire
Asia Pacific to Add 600 Million New Mobile Subscribers by 2020, Finds Latest GSMA Mobile Economy Studyadvanced and emerging markets in this highly diverse region. Mobile is helping
Asia Pacific to Add 600 Million New Mobile Subscribers by 2020, Finds Latest GSMA Mobile Economy Study
Business Wire / Posted 42 minutes ago
advanced and emerging markets in this highly diverse region. Mobile is helping Asia build digital societies that allow its citizens to access services, anytime and anywhere – and these mobile-powered digital societies are becoming major drivers of... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Federer aims to end Willis Wimbledon fairytale2016 Willis is ranked 772 in the world and just months ago the 25-year-old, wh
Federer aims to end Willis Wimbledon fairytale
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 44 minutes ago
2016 Willis is ranked 772 in the world and just months ago the 25-year-old, who works as a coach to children and senior citizens, was considering calling time on a professional career that appeared to be going nowhere. But, persuaded to give... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Can outsiders help Venezuela in the midst of crisis, again?separation of powers, lack of due process for political prisoners, and obstacle
Can outsiders help Venezuela in the midst of crisis, again?
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 44 minutes ago
separation of powers, lack of due process for political prisoners, and obstacles to the constitutional right of Venezuelan citizens to petition for a recall referendum against elected officials. OAS Secretary General Almagro’s gambit to make the... Read more
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The Hill
Benghazi panel faults Clintoncollected, and reach their own conclusions,” Gowdy said in a statement on Tuesd
Benghazi panel faults Clinton
The Hill / Posted 45 minutes ago
collected, and reach their own conclusions,” Gowdy said in a statement on Tuesday morning. “You can read this report in less time than our fellow citizens were taking fire and fighting for their lives on the rooftops and in the streets of Bengha... Read more
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