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The Boston Globe › 1 day ago
Six men have been charged after a shooting at a New Jersey high school football game, including the alleged gunman and one of the three people wounded in what authorities said Saturday was the result of “petty vengeance.”
The Inquisitr › 1 week ago
Even when she’s jetting somewhere around the globe, Britney Spears always looks dressed to impress when she’s out and about in public. In the most recent series of images that was shared by The Daily Mail, the pop superstar could be seen walking...
New York Post › 1 week ago
Liliana Segre, who was 13 when she was sent to Auschwitz where her father was killed, became an unexpected target after calling for a parliamentary committee to combat hate, racism and anti-Semitism.
Al Jazeera › 1 week ago
Liliana Segre, 89, had to be escorted by police at public events after hateful anti-Semitic messages on social media.
CNN › 1 week ago
An 89-year-old Auschwitz survivor is now under police protection after receiving online and offline anti-Semitic threats in Italy, according to local reports.
New York Daily News › 2 weeks ago
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Daily Mail Online › 2 weeks ago
HENRY DEEDES: Fresh from his radio show love-in with Donald Trump, Nigel Farage said he had an 'offer' for Boris Johnson and his Conservatives.
Cleveland › 2 weeks ago
It cost at least $45,500 to send Gov. Mike DeWine, First Lady Fran DeWine and three other state officials to Japan in September, according to a DeWine spokesman.
Reuters › 2 weeks ago
Ethiopia has released five activists who were detained earlier this year after the killing of its Amhara region's president and three other senior officials and the army chief of staff in the capital, a prominent journalist said on Tuesday.
New York Daily News › Politics › 2 weeks ago
“I never ordered anyone to do anything,” de Blasio told NY1′s Errol Louis as he denied a front-page Daily News report.
Fox News › Sports › 3 weeks ago
UFC fighter Conor McGregor has revealed that he gave a bottle of his branded whiskey to Vladimir Putin as a gift – but before the Russian president could try it, his security team had to make sure it wasn’t “poisoned” first.
The Sun › Sports › 3 weeks ago
VLADIMIR PUTIN refused to drink a bottle of whiskey sent to him by Conor McGregor until it was tested for poison. The Notorious revealed he gifted Putin a bottle of his Proper Number Twelve, but the Russian president would not touch a drop before it...
The New York Times › 3 weeks ago
Much of the fighting seen during protests in Ethiopia this week was ethnically tinged, eyewitnesses said on Saturday, describing attacks by young men from the Oromo ethnic group against people from other ethnic groups.
One America News Network › 3 weeks ago
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Much of the fighting seen during protests in Ethiopia this week was ethnically tinged, eyewitnesses said on Saturday, describing attacks by young men from the Oromo ethnic
The New York Times › 3 weeks ago
Ethiopia's army says it is deploying troops to calm deadly unrest that has raged in the past three days mainly in the Oromia region.
The New York Times › 3 weeks ago
Prominent activist Jawar Mohammed does not rule out challenging his erstwhile ally, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, in next year's election, he told Reuters on Friday, after days of demonstrations by his supporters resulted in 16 deaths.
One America News Network › 3 weeks ago
By Giulia Paravicini ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Prominent activist Jawar Mohammed does not rule out challenging his erstwhile ally, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, in next year's election, he told
Reuters › 3 weeks ago
Prominent activist Jawar Mohammed does not rule out challenging his erstwhile ally, Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, in next year's election, he told Reuters on Friday, after days of demonstrations by his supporters resulted in 16 deaths.
The New York Times › 3 weeks ago
Six police officers including two senior commanders were killed in northern Iraq on Tuesday when Islamic State militants opened fire on them during a reconnaissance mission, security sources said.
Reuters › 3 weeks ago
Six police officers including two senior commanders were killed in northern Iraq on Tuesday when Islamic State militants opened fire on them during a reconnaissance mission, security sources said.
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