Category: International

Chemical Agents found for Syria Strikes

Chemical Agents found for Syria Strikes

Turkey’s health ministers says results from victims of a chemical attack in Syria confirm that sarin gas was used. Recep Akdag said that blood and urine samples taken from 3 victims on Tuesday were subjected to the nerve agent. The samples were gathered from autopsies that involved officials from the World health Organization and the Organization for the Prohibition of […]

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Russia Bombing Update

The deadly subway bombing in Russia that left at least fourteen people dead and dozens injured led Russian investigators to identify a suicide bomber. The investigation committee says Akbardzhon Dzhalilov, a twenty-two year-old Kyrgyz born man, set off the blast on the Saint Petersburg subway. Forensic experts found Dzhalilov’s DNA on a bag that contained a bomb that had been […]

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Russian Update on Bomber

Russian Update on Bomber

Russian Investigators have identified the St. Petersburg subway bomber as a 22-year old Kyrgyz-born man. The suicide bomber, Akbardzhon Dzhalilov set off the bomb that killed 14 people and injured dozens. The investigators also noted that forensic experts had found Dzhalilov’s DNA on a bag containing a bomb that was deactivated at another subway station in St. Petersburg.

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House Intelligence Representative Devin Nunes Refuses to Step Down

House Intelligence Representative Devin Nunes Refuses to Step Down

The chairman of the House intelligence committee Devin Nunes, involved in investigating Russian activity during the election says he is not going to step down from his position. Republican Devin Nunes told reporters, “Why would I?” Nunes continues to face increasing pressures from Democrats as he is seen as being too close to the White House. Senator John McCain ask […]

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Minnesota Man Accused of Nazi War Crimes

WARSAW, Poland – An arrest warrant has been issued by a Polish court against a Minnesota man sought in a Nazi massacre over 70 years ago. The warrant opens the door for Poland to seek extradition. Michael Karkoc, 98, has been identified by the Associated Press as an ex-commander in the Nazi SS, and led a unit that raided and […]

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St. Cloud Super America Robbery

St. Cloud Super America Robbery

Last night at 8:12 p.m. officers responded to a robbery at Super America near fourteenth Avenue Northeast of St. Cloud. An unknown male had entered the store and displayed a handgun and demanded money from the thirty-three year old male clerk. The suspect was described as a six foot tall male wearing an all black hoodie and pants. He also […]

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Trump’s Speech to Congress

Trump’s Speech to Congress

President Donald Trump will be giving his first speech to congress tonight at 8:10pm central time. Advisers point out that Trump will use this speech to provide information on his early progress done to keep his campaign promises such as the withdrawal from the Pacific Rim Trade pact. Trump is also expected to outline legislative priorities which include health care […]

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Charges Dropped After Black Lives Matter Shooting

Charges Dropped After Black Lives Matter Shooting

On Monday afternoon, prosecutors dropped charges against one of the four men accused of being involved in the 2015 shooting of Black Lives Matter protesters. A judge ruled that the prosecutors did not have enough evidence to support charges of felony riot and aiding an offender against Daniel Macey. Macey’s attorney says his client should have never been charged in […]

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The Endless Supreme Court Issue

The Endless Supreme Court Issue

  A U.S Border Patrol Agent fired across the U.S-Mexican border and killed a teenage boy in June of 2010. The Mexican parents want to use American courts to sue the U.S Border Patrol Agent however the Supreme Court seems to be divided on the issues. Justice Anthony Kennedy and other conservative justices claim that because the boy’s death was […]

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Deportation is Expanding

Deportation is Expanding

Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly signed memos to expand the number of people considered a priority for deportation. The guidelines say that any immigrant living in the U.S illegally who has been charged, convicted or suspected of a crime, is a priority. These crimes could include individuals arrested for shoplifting or even minor traffic violations. The memos also expand the […]

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