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  • Yes, Russia Likely Did Swing Votes For Donald Trump news

    WASHINGTON ― As John Bentley waited in line to see President Barack Obama campaign for Hillary Clinton just days before the 2016 election, he worried that he’d been unable to persuade his son to cast a ballot for Clinton, too.

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 05:01:13 -0500
  • FBI carries out largest coordinated sweep of elder abuse in history news

    The Justice Department announced a roundup of 200 people nationwide charged with targeting older Americans, cheating them out of a total of more than half a billion dollars.

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 11:07:56 -0500
  • The Supreme Court Should Honor Dr. King's Legacy On Labor Rights news

    In the early days of April 1968, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. traveled to Memphis, Tennessee, to join in a protest with 1,300 city sanitation workers who had gone on strike after two of their colleagues were killed on the job.

    Sun, 25 Feb 2018 08:01:18 -0500
  • Major 7.5-magnitude earthquake strikes Papua New Guinea news

    A powerful 7.5-magnitude earthquake struck Papua New Guinea early Monday, with unconfirmed reports of blackouts and damage to buildings, officials said. The quake's epicentre was around 90 kilometres (55 miles) south of Porgera in Enga province, according to the US Geological Survey, and hit at a depth of 35 kilometres. Felix Taranu, a seismologist at the Geophysical Observatory in the capital Port Moresby said the quake was felt strongly at Mount Hagen, some 168 kilometres away.

    Sun, 25 Feb 2018 16:30:26 -0500
  • Thousands in North Carolina bid farewell to Rev. Billy Graham news

    The funeral procession of Billy Graham made its way through North Carolina to his hometown of Charlotte as thousands came out to say goodbye to “America’s Pastor.”

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 10:57:15 -0500
  • Iran says Damascus suburbs assault to continue as fighting rages news

    Iran said pro-Damascus forces would press ahead with attacks on an insurgent enclave near the Syrian capital, as ground fighting raged on there in defiance of a U.N. resolution demanding a 30-day truce across the country. Turkey, too, said its military operations in another theater of war in the north of Syria would not be affected by the unanimous Security Council vote demanding the truce to allow for aid access and medical evacuations. Anti-government rebels said they clashed with pro-government forces near Damascus on Sunday, as rescuers and residents said warplanes struck some towns in the eastern Ghouta pocket.

    Sun, 25 Feb 2018 10:50:48 -0500
  • Red Cross: 21 Staffers Resigned or Fired in Sexual Misconduct Cases Since 2015 news

    The Red Cross joins the list of charities that have uncovered sexual misconduct

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 14:05:14 -0500
  • Oakland Mayor Warns City Of Upcoming Immigration Raids After Receiving Intel news

    The mayor of Oakland on Saturday night warned the city’s residents of potential raids being conducted by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

    Sun, 25 Feb 2018 04:16:30 -0500
  • Rohingya exodus still growing, six months into crisis news

    Hundreds of desperate Rohingya Muslims are still pouring over the Myanmar border into Bangladesh every week, bringing harrowing accounts of torture and murder, six months after a military crackdown sparked the massive refugee crisis. One of the recent arrivals, Nur Mohammad, said his village in Myanmar's Rakhine state was surrounded by Buddhist vigilantes for days before they were allowed to leave. Thirty-year-old Enayetullah was among the 200 Rohingya who crossed the Naf river into Bangladesh on Friday.

    Sun, 25 Feb 2018 06:46:46 -0500
  • Donald Trump Fundraises Off Parkland Shooting Tragedy, Touts His 'Safer Schools' news

    A Donald Trump and Mike Pence “weekly newsletter” laments the horror of the Parkland school shooting that killed 17 people, then ends with a “contribute” button so people can give money ... to Trump and Pence.

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 23:57:40 -0500
  • From News to Shoes: How big is big tech? news

    In a world where modern communications technology is ubiquitous, Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon play an enormous role in every facet of American life.

    Sun, 25 Feb 2018 00:57:19 -0500
  • The Latest: Sheriff: Lawmaker's letter 'riddled' with errors news

    NEW YORK (AP) — The Latest on the backlash against the National Rifle Association after a deadly school shooting in Florida (all times local):

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 22:36:24 -0500
  • Powerful quake hits central Papua New Guinea, disrupts oil and gas operations

    By Charlotte Greenfield and Sonali Paul WELLINGTON/MELBOURNE (Reuters) - A powerful 7.5-magnitude earthquake struck Papua New Guinea's Southern Highlands province early on Monday, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) said, disrupting communications and oil and gas operations. There were no immediate reports of damage or casualties, although PNG's disaster management authority did not respond to a request for comment.

    Sun, 25 Feb 2018 18:34:53 -0500
  • When nature takes over: Abandoned America overgrown

    Photographer Johnny Joo has travelled the United States photographing overgrown derelict sites from fairgrounds to shopping malls.

    Sun, 25 Feb 2018 13:50:28 -0500
  • Former RNC Chair Fires Back At Claim He Was Only Hired Because He Was Black news

    Former Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele blasted Friday a leading conservative’s speech that claimed that he had only been hired because he is black as “painfully stupid.”

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 14:10:22 -0500
  • Police: Reported explosion in English city a major incident news

    Police for the English city of Leicester say they are responding to a "major incident" after receiving reports of an explosion.

    Sun, 25 Feb 2018 17:03:28 -0500
  • Anna Deavere Smith Is The Most Empathetic Person In America news

    Anna Deavere Smith may be the most empathetic person in America.

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 09:01:14 -0500
  • American in Custody After Severed Head Is Found in Japan news

    Police found footage of him entering a building with a missing Japanese woman

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 11:02:34 -0500
  • Jefferson's 'tree of liberty' and the blood of schoolchildren news

    Why do we need assault rifles? According to some on the right, to fight off government tyranny, because you can't beat the U.S. Army with just handguns.

    Sun, 25 Feb 2018 12:19:18 -0500
  • Tribal Filipinos Were A Surprising Muse For ‘Black Panther’s’ Dora Milaje news

    Marvel’s record-breaking film “Black Panther” offered a stunning look into the fictional future of African style, but it also paid homage to another native style ― one further east.

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 00:32:36 -0500
  • Suspect in Filipina's death in Kuwait arrested, wife sought news

    MANILA, Philippines (AP) — A Lebanese man suspected in the death of a Filipina maid whose body was found stuffed in a freezer in Kuwait has been arrested, the Philippine foreign secretary said Friday.

    Fri, 23 Feb 2018 21:17:18 -0500
  • Manafort asks U.S. court for release to attend New York funeral

    In a filing in federal court in Washington, Manafort said his father-in-law died on Saturday and that he would like to travel from his Virginia home to Long Island, New York, to attend the wake, funeral and burial services. Manafort has been charged with conspiring to launder money, lying on his tax returns and failing to register as a foreign agent for lobbying work for a pro-Russian political party in Ukraine, among other charges.

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 20:30:44 -0500
  • Artist Ai Weiwei’s journey following refugees takes him to Puerto Rico news

    Artist and activist, Ai Weiwei bears witness to what occurred in the island after Hurricane Maria.

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 12:06:06 -0500
  • California Democrats Decline To Endorse Dianne Feinstein For Re-Election news

    The California Democratic Party rebuked its senior senator early Sunday by declining to make an endorsement in the state’s U.S. Senate race.

    Sun, 25 Feb 2018 11:26:31 -0500
  • Romanians march in support of anti-corruption chief news

    Thousands of Romanians braved freezing temperatures on Sunday to show their support for the popular head of the country's anti-corruption investigation body, who the left-wing government is trying to oust. Justice Minister Tudorel Toader from the Social Democratic Party (PSD) launched a procedure on Thursday to sack Laura Codruta Kovesi, the chief prosecutor of the DNA anti-corruption body, accusing her of being "authoritarian". About 3,000 protesters gathered near the government building in capital Bucharest, according to news agency Agerpres, chanting "Codruta, don't forget, we are with you", and "Justice not corruption".

    Sun, 25 Feb 2018 16:27:57 -0500
  • Perris torture case: District attorney adds new charges against David, Louise Turpin news

    New charges were added Friday in the case of the Perris couple accused of torturing their children and holding them captive.

    Fri, 23 Feb 2018 20:49:21 -0500
  • Woman Stabbed to Death With Hunting Knife at Public Library, Police Say news

    A man attacked a woman from behind at a public library near Boston on Saturday and stabbed her repeatedly with a hunting knife

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 19:34:59 -0500
  • Trump Egregiously Misquotes Fox News To Attack Rival news

    At first, the tweet seemed like standard criticism from President Donald Trump of one of his least favorite Democrats: Rep. Adam Schiff (Calif.)

    Sun, 25 Feb 2018 05:27:16 -0500
  • The NRA Wasn't Always A Front For Gun Makers news

    On Thursday, Wayne LaPierre, CEO of the National Rifle Association and unofficial leader of America’s largest cult, took the stage at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) meeting in Washington, D.C.

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 08:01:13 -0500
  • Florida nabs more teens for making school shooting threats

    BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Florida authorities arrested two teenagers Friday for making shooting threats against two separate schools, days after the mass bloodshed in Parkland.

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 15:19:34 -0500
  • Trump Panama hotel owner files suit against four staff

    The owner of the Trump hotel in Panama City has filed a suit against four members of staff for "usurpation," accusing them of refusing him entry to the building, his lawyer said late on Friday. Orestes Fintiklis, managing partner of Ithaca Capital Partners, which now owns the hotel and the majority of the condo units at the Trump International Hotel & Tower, filed the suit on the grounds he had been denied access when attempting to enter the building on Feb. 22 to dismiss the four staff, said his lawyer Sarai Blaisdell. "We filed a complaint for usurpation by (the) employees," Blaisdell said outside the court where the suit was filed.

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 14:41:19 -0500
  • Cow Who Escaped Slaughter And Swam To Island Dies After Recapture news

    A cow in Poland celebrated as an icon of freedom for her dramatic escape from slaughter has died from stress after being recaptured.

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 13:13:27 -0500
  • Hungary PM's Fidesz party suffers surprise setback at local by-election news

    Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's ruling Fidesz party suffered an unexpected setback at a local government by-election on Sunday when an opposition-backed independent comfortably beat the Fidesz candidate for mayor weeks before a national election. Orban's rightwing nationalist Fidesz is seeking a third consecutive term in parliamentary elections, campaigning with a fierce anti-immigrant message, coupled with increased spending on wage rises and promising more money to pensioners.

    Sun, 25 Feb 2018 15:49:13 -0500
  • Syrian Kurd leader arrested in Prague on Turkish warrant: parties news

    One of the most prominent leaders of Syria's Kurdish community has been arrested in Prague on a Turkish warrant, Kurdish political parties said Sunday. Saleh Muslim, the former co-chair of the Democratic Union Party (PYD), was arrested late on Saturday in the Czech capital, according to a statement by a coalition of political parties that includes the PYD. Turkish state news agency Anadolu reported that Saleh was detained based on an Interpol red notice issued by Turkish authorities.

    Sun, 25 Feb 2018 06:52:15 -0500
  • All The Best Moments From The 2018 Winter Olympics Closing Ceremony news

    The 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, end on Sunday.

    Sun, 25 Feb 2018 02:08:10 -0500
  • Execution abandoned after death row prisoner 'repeatedly jabbed' by officials doing lethal injection news

    An attempted execution in Alabama was halted after medical personnel repeatedly jabbed the death row inmate in the ankles, lower legs and groin but failed to find a usable vein, according to a court filing by his lawyer. The dramatic night began with a temporary stay of execution at around 6pm local time – lifted by the US Supreme Court just three hours later – and ended in confusion as 61-year-old Doyle Lee Hamm was returned to his cell shortly before midnight on Thursday. Lawyer Bernard Harcourt, who has represented Hamm for 28 years, said he was seeking information about what happened during the attempted execution.

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 07:04:00 -0500
  • Panelist Stuns CPAC by Slamming GOP 'Hypocrites' on Sex Misdeeds news

    An annual summit of conservative activists and movement leaders faced an extraordinary bit of dissent

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 20:08:21 -0500
  • What It Feels Like To Get A Bill For Your Miscarriage news

    “If you’re having a mental health crisis, please hang up and call your PCM …” the robotic voice for my prior insurance trailed off, and I began to wonder whether I actually was having a mental health crisis.

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 06:01:13 -0500
  • Armed Woman Who Drove Into White House Barrier Had Previous Encounters With the Secret Service news

    The Secret Service said they "had previous encounters" with the woman.

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 14:00:28 -0500
  • Indictment of Missouri governor could have political ripples news

    JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — It didn't take long after Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens was indicted for alleged invasion of privacy for Missouri Democrats to tie him to Attorney General Josh Hawley, the presumed GOP front runner in Missouri's hotly contested U.S. Senate race.

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 09:53:16 -0500
  • Health officials: Tourist infected with measles visited Met, attractions in Manhattan, Brooklyn, upstate news

    Health officials warn that an Australian tourist, who is confirmed to have measles, visited several areas throughout New York, potentially exposing the illness to others in the area.

    Sun, 25 Feb 2018 07:44:22 -0500
  • NRA honors FCC chair with rifle for repealing 'net neutrality' news

    By David Shepardson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The National Rifle Association (NRA) on Friday honored the head of the Federal Communications Commission with a rifle after braving death threats and other opposition as he worked to undo the Obama administration's 2015 net neutrality rules. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai was honored at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Oxon Hill, Maryland, by the NRA with the "Charlton Heston Courage Under Fire Award," an honor named for the late actor who was an NRA president.

    Fri, 23 Feb 2018 22:32:58 -0500
  • Nigeria confirms 110 girls missing after Boko Haram school attack news

    The Nigerian government on Sunday confirmed that 110 girls were missing after a Boko Haram school attack in the northeast, following days of silence on the children's fate. "The Federal Government has confirmed that 110 students of the Government Science and Technical College in Dapchi, Yobe State, are so far unaccounted for, after insurgents believed to be from a faction of Boko Haram invaded their school on Monday", the information ministry said in a statement. On Monday night, terrified pupils fled the boarding school night when heavily armed fighters in military fatigues and turbans stormed the town, shouting "Allahu Akbar" ("God is greatest").

    Sun, 25 Feb 2018 17:47:34 -0500
  • Facebook Finally Yanks Virtual Reality Shooting Game At CPAC, Apologizes news

    A tone-deaf Facebook finally pulled a controversial shooting virtual reality game demonstration from the Conservative Political Action Conference.

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 21:08:21 -0500
  • Hero Dog Shot Several Times While Protecting Teen Owner During Home Invasion news

    Rex the German shepherd is expected to make a full recovery.

    Sun, 25 Feb 2018 15:02:35 -0500
  • Death toll from Somalia blasts rises to 45: government official news

    By Abdi Sheikh and Feisal Omar MOGADISHU (Reuters) - The death toll from twin car bomb blasts in the Somali capital late on Friday has risen to 45 from the initially reported 18, a senior government official said on Saturday. Al Qaeda-linked al Shabaab militants claimed responsibility for the attack near the president's residence and a hotel close by. "The death toll from last night's blasts has risen to 45, and 36 others were injured," the official, who asked not to be named, told Reuters.

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 05:20:21 -0500
  • Intoxicating, with film star looks and a voice to match: The day I attended Billy Graham's last sermon news

    More than any other person in the 20th century, Billy Graham, who died this week aged 99, was the voice of America. And what a voice! When I saw him give his last sermon in New York in his last ‘crusade’ in 2005, he was 86 and suffering from fluid on the brain, prostate cancer, a pelvic fracture and Parkinson’s disease. Yet you wouldn’t have known it: he looked film-star terrific with his flowing mane of snow-white hair, sober dark suit and crisp, white shirt. And then there was the voice – resonant and thick with the southern accent of his native Charlotte, North Carolina. Graham was no sweet-talking huckster like Jim Bakker, the televangelist jailed in 1988 for embezzling money from his South Carolina Christian theme park. That evening in New York, he did have the backing of a 1,200-strong choir, belting out Amazing Grace behind him. But really, that 80,000-strong crowd in Flushing Meadow, Queens, were entranced by the voice of one man alone. He spoke slowly but intelligently, with no showbiz schmaltz, hectoring or wild, rhetorical flourishes. In his youth, he talked much more quickly – he was nicknamed ‘God’s machine gun’ for the speed and volume of his delivery. By 2005, he had slowed down, to great effect, and cut out the Bible-thumping of his younger days. In three sermons over that weekend in 2005, he preached to 200,000 people – a drop in the ocean compared to the 210 million he’d addressed around the world, including huge audiences in Britain, in his lifetime. Graham was a master of the dramatic pause. The crowd, made up of all races and ages, went wild when he took to the stage. He waited – and waited – before hitting the peroration of his sermon: “We’re all sinners, every one of us, and radical change is needed for all of us to be accepted by God. I’m asking you tonight to be born into God’s family. God will fill the void in your heart, searching for peace and meaning. Let the Lord Jesus come into your heart.” The sermon was a mixture of scripture and serious Christian thought, combined with elegiac, jokey memories of the beginning of his career, 66 years earlier. “I gave my first sermon in North Florida in 1939,” he said, adopting a lighter tone, “There was an old, pot-bellied stove in the middle of the room. I had four sermon outlines in my pocket. I preached all four in 10 minutes. It was an anti-climax. I hope tonight isn’t an anti-climax.” “No,” the crowd roared. It was an intensely moving experience.  I had arrived an agnostic – albeit one christened and confirmed in the Church of England. And I left an agnostic, too. When Graham invited forward the congregation – as he always did in his sermons – to accept Jesus as their saviour, I didn’t feel the urge to join them. But I did admire the uncynical, optimistic faith of both the congregation and Graham himself. Graham was a brilliant salesman; he had, after all, started life as the most successful door-to-door salesman in the Carolinas in the 1930s That optimism was the optimism of America, combined with its continuing open embrace of Christianity. This week, President Trump opened up his White House discussion with relatives of the victims of the Florida school shooting with a long prayer from a pastor. Theresa May is a committed Christian, but you can’t imagine a filmed Downing Street seminar beginning the same way. If you head inwards from the east and west coasts of America – as I did as the Telegraph’s New York correspondent between 2005-06 – you find tens of millions of Americans who share Graham’s outspoken Christianity, which seems alien to British Christians, who tend to keep their faith to themselves. In a deeply devout country – which is still 74 per cent Christian – Billy Graham was the elder statesman of American preachers; by far the most famous and by far the most respected. And by far the most electorally useful. It was said that Graham’s support of a presidential candidate garnered them 16 million votes. No wonder Bill Clinton popped up on that summer evening in Flushing Meadow to hail Graham as “a man I love”. Graham had been around for so long that he’d preached in front of Clinton (born in 1946) when he was just a little boy. The young Clinton, brought up in the segregated south in Arkansas, had then admired Graham’s refusal to address a segregated audience. “I was just a little boy, and I never forgot it and I’ve loved him ever since,” said Mr Clinton. “He’s the only person I know who I’ve never seen fail to live his faith.” Graham is greeted by former US President Bill Clinton in 2007  Credit: Davis Turner /Getty Graham was a registered Democrat all his life. But both Democrat and Republican Presidents, from Harry Truman in 1947 onwards, rushed to get Graham’s endorsement – particularly as a man of God who took against Communism during the Cold War and backed a free enterprise, capitalist economy. President Reagan gave Graham the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1983. Graham also helped George W Bush to give up his heavy drinking and turn towards high political office.   Billy Graham’s personal life was unencumbered by lurid infamy, though some of his views, such as his vocal disapproval of homosexuality, understandably drew widespread criticism. He remained happily married to his wife, Ruth, for 64 years until her death in 2007. In 1948, he and his advisers composed the “Modesto Manifesto”, drawn up in a hotel room in Modesto, California, which stipulated that the money he raised had to be spent in an altruistic way. As such he was never hit by the scandals that struck Jim Bakker and their peers. On that evening in 2005, the Graham operation was undeniably a slick one, with teams of trained counsellors waiting to meet the ‘inquirers’ who came forward, and to present them with a copy of St John’s Gospel. Graham was, admittedly, a brilliant salesman; he had, after all, started life as the most successful door-to-door salesman in the Carolinas in the 1930s. But there was no hard sell; no one approached me for money that night. The Modesto Manifesto also laid out the “Billy Graham rule”, under which he was never alone with a woman other than his wife - a rule to which Mike Pence, the American Vice President, also ascribes. “From that day on, I did not travel, meet or eat alone with a woman other than my wife,” wrote Graham. “We determined that the Apostle Paul’s mandate to the young pastor Timothy would be ours as well, ‘Flee, youthful lusts.’” Billy Graham and Queen Elizabeth  Credit: Billy Graham Evangelistic Association  He applied the rule to everyone, including Hillary Clinton and the Queen, who formed a strong bond with Graham. This week, the Queen sent condolences to the Graham family on his death. Graham had a gift for appealing beyond his own Calvinism to those of different denominations – like the Queen, who holds her Church of England faith dear, not least as the Defender of the Faith. The most memorable stain on the character of ‘Golden Graham’ character developed with Richard Nixon’s arrival at the White House. At Nixon’s inauguration in 1969, Graham backed him to the hilt, addressing God, saying, “Thou has permitted Richard Nixon to lead us at this momentous hour of our history.” Graham managed to detach himself from Nixon at the time of the Watergate scandal. But he was pitched into controversy in 2002, when 400 hours of Nixon tapes were released. Nixon was recorded making anti-Semitic remarks, which were backed up by Graham. Graham was recorded saying of Jews, “They’re the ones putting out the pornographic stuff. This [Jewish] stranglehold has got to be broken or the country’s going down the drain.” Graham was still backtracking on those remarks three years later when I heard him speak in 2005 in Flushing Meadows – where the first meetings of the United Nations were held after the Second World War. Graham speaking at the Berlin Olympic Stadium in 1954 Credit: Werner Kreusch /AP “Here, in 1948, they voted to establish the great state of Israel,” said Graham, “The great state of Israel was born right here.” Graham got into trouble again in 1993, when he said in Columbus, Ohio, “Is AIDS a judgment of God? I could not be sure, but I think so.” Again, he backtracked on his words – a rare slip-up for a man who had until then been a consummate media-handler. His newspaper column, ‘My Answer’, was syndicated across America, with more than five million readers; the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association broadcast on radio and television across the world, making it the biggest religious media organisation on the planet. It was quite a journey for someone who’d first started preaching to alligators, birds and bullfrogs in the swamps near the Florida Bible Institute where he studied in the late 1930s. I could hear that journey across America – and the history of America – in his voice that evening: in those Southern tones; in the Biblical oratory that went back to the Founding Fathers, to his Scottish Presbyterian ancestors, to Plymouth Rock and all the way back to Jesus Christ.

    Sun, 25 Feb 2018 02:00:00 -0500
  • Trump's Defense Of Aide Accused Of Domestic Violence Is Cited In College Sexual Bias Lawsuit news

    A lawsuit accusing the Department of Education of discrimination in its revision of college sexual assault guidelines is now using as ammunition President Donald Trump’s defense of his former staff secretary, Rob Porter.

    Fri, 23 Feb 2018 23:52:46 -0500
  • Both suspects in Kuwait murder of Filipina held news

    The employers of a Filipina maid found dead in a freezer in Kuwait were both arrested in the Syrian capital Damascus, Lebanese and Philippine officials said Saturday. Syrian authorities surrendered Nader Essam Assaf to Beirut on Friday because of his Lebanese citizenship but his Syrian wife Mona remains in custody in Damascus, a Lebanese judicial official said. The murder of Joanna Demafelis sparked outrage in the Philippines and prompted President Rodrigo Duterte to impose a departure ban on Filipinos planning to work in Kuwait.

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 14:04:20 -0500
  • Several bombs set off around troubled Myanmar state, 1 hurt news

    BANGKOK (AP) — One of several bombs targeting government offices and other places in Myanmar's troubled Rakhine state exploded Saturday morning, injuring a police officer, authorities said.

    Sat, 24 Feb 2018 00:28:31 -0500
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