• Undocumented immigrants share stories at ICE building
Undocumented immigrants share stories at ICE building

But their tourist visas has since expired. In contrast, recent reports from the L.A. Times and NPR have stated that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security have not been transparent about communicating with police departments about what areas and populations ICE is targeting.

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  • Counting Of Votes Begins, Close Fight Between BJP, Sena
Counting Of Votes Begins, Close Fight Between BJP, Sena

The BJP campaigned to show that the Shiv Sena's governance in the BMC was shoddy (exemplified by the poor condition of roads and other examples of deteriorating infrastructure) conveniently ignoring that it too was part of the ruling set up for 22 years.

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  • What is VX, the world's deadliest nerve agent use by North Korea?
What is VX, the world's deadliest nerve agent use by North Korea?

One of the women vomited after the attack, but no one else was sickened. Police said they believe the women were paid to carry out the attack and had practiced their methods in advance. "When an incident happens in our country, we have to wait for the police to complete their investigation". The North Korean leader's half-brother can then be seen...

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  • Left furious as Democrats opt for 'safe' leader
Left furious as Democrats opt for 'safe' leader

His main opponent was Minnesota representative Keith Ellison, who supported Vermont Sen. "We at the Los Angeles County Democratic Party wish to express our sincerest congratulations to Tom Perez, our new Democratic National Committee chair, and to Keith Ellison who was unanimously elected as Deputy Democratic National Committee chair", Coun...

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  • Nigerian protesters vandalise MTN head office in Abuja
Nigerian protesters vandalise MTN head office in Abuja

Police in Pretoria formed lines to keep apart 500 protesters as tensions rise between some South Africans and migrants from Nigeria, Zimbabwe, Somalia, Pakistan and elsewhere. Zuma said that South Africans could not be accused of xenophobia because the country had more immigrants than Europe and had effectively integrated them within all communitie...

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  • Totalitarians like Corbyn don't care about Labour
Totalitarians like Corbyn don't care about Labour

These have swept working-class conservatives back into her party's fold, pushing it above 40% in most polls and carrying it forward in yesterday's by-elections (and across the line in Copeland). His initial reluctance to support a project to build a new nuclear power plant in the constituency was damaging to Labour's campaign. "The whole directio...

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  • Xenophobic Attack: No Nigerian Was Killed, Says FG
Xenophobic Attack: No Nigerian Was Killed, Says FG

The MP's suggestion, though unpopular with his colleagues, has been supported by an worldwide relations expert, Dr Vladimir Antwi Danso who believes it is one of the many measures to end the attacks in South Africa. He, however, said the South African government does not condone killings or looting carried out either by the police or individual...

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  • Michael Waltrip driving emotional last race at Daytona
Michael Waltrip driving emotional last race at Daytona

But new rules for this season earned Elliott 10 points with the win. Instead, Elliott fought back from a seemingly ruinous start to earn a come-from-behind win during the Thursday's opening Cam-Am Duel. "So that's hard to think about". "I think, to me, getting to seven was the challenge". She is married to Kerry Earnhardt , the oldest son of ...

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  • Merkel Stresses Support for EU-US Trade Deal
Merkel Stresses Support for EU-US Trade Deal

Germany's economy minister said Sunday that negotiations have effectively collapsed, but a usa trade official said they're making steady progress. "That means the end" of the talks, not a suspension, he said, adding he would officially make the demand at an European Union trade minister meeting at the end of September.

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