• Advocates urge Congress to help immigrants with Temporary Protected Status
Advocates urge Congress to help immigrants with Temporary Protected Status

But the Trump administration has turned one of those words, temporary, into the latest battleground in his war on immigrants. "You never get used to it". San Diego State university researcher Elizabeth Kennedy estimated that, between 2014 and 2015, 45 Salvadoran migrants had been murdered following deportation under the Obama administration.

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  • Turkey rips US-led coalition for building border force in northern Syria
Turkey rips US-led coalition for building border force in northern Syria

The Border Security Force, whose inaugural class is now being trained, will be deployed at the borders of the area controlled by the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) - an alliance of militias in northern and eastern Syria dominated by the YPG.

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  • Saudi women allowed entry to stadium
Saudi women allowed entry to stadium

Women joined male spectators on Friday at the domestic soccer league match in the western city of Jeddah . The decision to allow women to attend football games - albeit in "family sections" that keep them separate from the all-male sections - is part of these efforts.

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  • Coast Guard calls off Dahanu search operation
Coast Guard calls off Dahanu search operation

By afternoon, 31 students were rescued, besides the pilot and helper on the boat, identified as Parth Ambire and Mahendra Ambire. According to police, 32 students were rescued yesterday and a search for the missing ones is continuing, with the help of Coast Guard personnel and local fishermen.

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  • New York Subway Bombing Suspect Indicted on Terrorism Charges
New York Subway Bombing Suspect Indicted on Terrorism Charges

A grand jury indicted Akayed Ullah , who was accused of trying to blow up a suicide bomb in New York City in December, on terrorism charges. He said other evidence includes Ullah's post-arrest statements, Federal Bureau of Investigation laboratory reports on fingerprints and other forensic evidence along with materials gathered during search...

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  • Britain blames threat of protests as Trump cancels London trip
Britain blames threat of protests as Trump cancels London trip

Mr Trump said on Friday that he was abandoning next month's trip because he did not like the location and cost of the new embassy building. "His visit next month would, without doubt, have been met by mass peaceful protests", the mayor added.

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  • Israeli military to reopen probe into death of paraplegic Palestinian
Israeli military to reopen probe into death of paraplegic Palestinian

President Trump, though, is changing that, and it is causing confusion. The IS video begins with a clip of U.S. President Donald Trump's announcement last month that the U.S. On Sunday, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas announced that the Central Council would soon convene an emergency meeting to discuss "crucial issues" related to Jerusalem...

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  • Prime Minister Modi receives Israel PM Netanyahu at airport
Prime Minister Modi receives Israel PM Netanyahu at airport

Several MoUs, including in the field of oil and gas, renewable energy, an amended protocol for airports, cybersecurity, co-production of films and documentaries are expected to be signed between the two sides. Netanyahu had promised to take him along on his visit during an emotional meeting between the now 11-year-old boy and Modi in Jerusalem in J...

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  • Hospital Dumps Patient Wearing Only a Gown at Bus Stop in Cold
Hospital Dumps Patient Wearing Only a Gown at Bus Stop in Cold

Or why she was left out in the cold near a public transit bus stop. The viral video of a recently discharged patient being left outside in the cold wearing only a paper gown sparked an investigation at the Maryland hospital where she received treatment.

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  • Ryan Had To Personally School Trump On FISA After Botched Tweet
Ryan Had To Personally School Trump On FISA After Botched Tweet

Trump told senators in the Oval Office in reference to African countries, according to a source briefed on the meeting, the comments from which were first reported by The Washington Post . "I thought about my own family", he said, describing his Irish immigrant relatives who came to the US on what he said were called "coffin ships" and began worki...

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  • London Mayor trash-talks 'very stable geniuses' who tried to arrest him
London Mayor trash-talks 'very stable geniuses' who tried to arrest him

Trump had been scheduled to visit London with the opening of the new United States Embassy but he ended up withdrawing the visit because Khan and his government refused to treat him as they would any other U.S. The group told her that MPs had "broken their oaths of office", adding that they were "employed by us, the people" and "should do as we say...

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  • Suspect in custody after Greyhound bus pursuit across state lines, police say
Suspect in custody after Greyhound bus pursuit across state lines, police say

One person is facing charges after a police chase involving a Greyhound bus Friday. "He thought it was a training exercise; he thought we were trying to stop someone else". Vargas-Rosas was ordered off the bus at gunpoint, according to Fox 6, and was taken into custody without incident. The suspect was taken into custody on I-94 in Wadsworth,...

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  • Man kills mother after video game tantrum
Man kills mother after video game tantrum

Nicholson started threatening his parents Lydia and Loren that he would kill them and grabbed a handgun and fired two rounds into the wall. The mother went up to check on him, but an argument between the two soon followed. It ended with the death of his mother, Lydia, according to investigators. Police pulled up to the house on River Valley Circl...

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  • Boult's fifer guides Kiwis to easy win vs Pakistan
Boult's fifer guides Kiwis to easy win vs Pakistan

The Black Caps were able to dismiss the visiting team on the third one-day worldwide at University Oval for mere 74 runs. Set 258 for victory at University Oval in the third ODI , Pakistan were in danger of making the lowest score in history before being bowled out for a dismal 74.

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  • US Panama Ambassador Resigns Over Trump
US Panama Ambassador Resigns Over Trump

Feeley in his resignation letter said that he can not serve under the current US President. Feeley's departure had been communicated to State Department officials on December 27 and was not a response to Trump's alleged use of the word "shithole" to describe Haiti and African countries at a meeting on Thursday, U.S.

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  • Canada PM Justin Trudeau condemns attack on Muslim girl in Toronto
Canada PM Justin Trudeau condemns attack on Muslim girl in Toronto

Authorities are investigating this as a hate crime. Speaking at his cabinet's retreat in London, Ont., Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called the incident "troubling". A spokesperson for the Toronto District School Board said the school where the student belongs is multicultural and inclusive. Remarkably, Premier Wynne was prompted to tweet that ...

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  • Queen Elizabeth Says Wearing A Crown Has One Significant Downside
Queen Elizabeth Says Wearing A Crown Has One Significant Downside

In the hour-long programme The Coronation , to be aired on Sunday, the Queen speaks candidly about the moment she was crowned and jokingly says she cannot look down while wearing the Imperial State Crown, which weighs 2lbs 13oz (1.28kg), as her "neck would break".

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  • Federal Agency Returns to Accepting Requests Under DACA
Federal Agency Returns to Accepting Requests Under DACA

Former DACA recipients whose grant expired before that date cannot request a renewal, but they can file a new request, the agency said. USCIS officials said the program will be operated as it was before it was rescinded on September 5, 2017 by the Trump administration.

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  • 'Betrayed' Pakistan army chief won't ask for further United States aid
'Betrayed' Pakistan army chief won't ask for further United States aid

Khan's Tehreek-e-Insaf (Movement for Justice) party rules Pakistan's Khyber Pukhtunkhwa (KPK) province, which borders Afghanistan , as part of a coalition government that includes the religious Jamaat-e-Islami party. to help resolve the matter of Afghan refugees. He also suspended almost $2 billion in security assistance to Pakistan. Pakistan'...

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  • Freeland hails Trump's 'sensible' suggestion of NAFTA talks extension
Freeland hails Trump's 'sensible' suggestion of NAFTA talks extension

The comments made Wednesday sparked fear in global markets and a devaluation of both the Canadian dollar and the Mexican peso. Under the agreement, the U.S., Mexico and Canada can withdraw after giving six-months' notice. Trade relations between the two countries have taken a dramatic turn this week, with Canada escalating its trade spat with the U...

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