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Trump Wants Aid Cut to Nations Not Helping US Stem Illegal Immigration

President Donald Trump called Wednesday for a "radical change" to the structure of U.S. aid to countries deemed not sufficiently assisting the United States in keeping violent illegal immigrants from heading here. "We're going to work out something where every time someone comes from a certain country, we're going to deduct a rather large amount ...

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In New Orleans jail, what you say – even in confidence – could convict you

Just when you thought that attorney-client privilege would protect you, inmates in New Orleans found out that they need to watch their confessions when speaking to their lawyers on a jailhouse phone because it would be used against them in a court of law. In their Miranda rights, everyone has the right to remain silent, […] The post In New ...

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Human rights group condemns Nicaragua's use of force in protests as death toll rises

A human rights watch group is accusing Nicaraguan authorities of using excessive force, threats and torture against demonstrators since protests ...

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Venezuela inmates seize control of prison ahead of election

Inmates have revolted and taken control of a notorious prison in Venezuela, as the volatile country braces for presidential elections decried as ...

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NFL Owners Adopt Anthem Policy; Players Plan to Fight

NFL owners opted on Wednesday to approve a policy for player conduct during the national anthem. Players, coaches and personnel on the field must ...

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‘A lot of shame’: Rohingya camps brace for wave of babies conceived in rape

Nine months after the start of a violent crackdown in Burma, aid groups say they are expecting a surge of deliveries.

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Former inmates of China’s Muslim ‘reeducation’ camps tell of brainwashing, torture

Several hundred thousand to more than 1 million Muslims have been detained in China’s mass ‘reeducation’ camps in Xinjiang, one analyst estimates.

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