Alabama lawmakers pass another contentious abortion bill
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May 23 (UPI) — A week after Alabama passed one of the United States’ most restrictive anti-abortion laws, state lawmakers approved a proposal that criminalizes doctors who don’t make every effort to save a baby’s life in the event of a … Read More

Britain’s May hunkers down as premiership enters final stage
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In this image made available by UK Parliament, Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May speaks during Prime Minister’s Questions in the House of Commons, London, Wednesday, May 22, 2019. British Prime Minister Theresa May dug in Wednesday against a growing push … Read More

Tornado in Jefferson City, Mo., may have caused ‘catastrophic damage’: reports
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Jefferson City, the capital city of Missouri, has taken a direct hit from a tornado and suffered possibly “catastrophic” damage, according to reports. There were no immediate reports about fatalities. Initial reports in local media claimed dozens were hospitalized with injuries, but state Public … Read More

Dozens of migrants test positive for flu at Texas processing center where 16-year-old boy who died was held
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SAN DIEGO — More than 30 migrants have tested positive for influenza at a major processing center where a flu-stricken teenage boy died, the latest evidence of growing public health threats posed by inadequate facilities to deal with a surge … Read More

Pelosi Schedules Emergency Meeting With House Dems to Discuss Impeachment
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Source: AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has called an emergency meeting with Democrats Wednesday morning at 9 a.m. to discuss their demands for impeachment proceedings against President Trump, per Fox News. “The pressure is actually real,” as … Read More

WHO DG Tedros Calls For Unity To End DRC Ebola Outbreak; AFP Examines Burial Practices In DRC
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Agence France-Presse: DRC must unite in Ebola fight amid ‘high’ risk of spread: WHO chief “The World Health Organization chief on Monday urged different political factions in the Democratic Republic of Congo to unite in the battle against Ebola, warning … Read More

Tornadoes and extreme weather tear through the southern Plains
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Extreme weather continued to batter huge swaths of the Midwest and the southern Plains on Tuesday, leaving survivors just grateful they weren’t killed or seriously injured. A tree crashed through the home of Lisa Watson, but the Tulsa, Oklahoma, mom … Read More

Venezuela: Where’s the petrol?
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Venezuela has the world’s largest oil reserves, yet people are scrambling to fill car tanks as petrol supplies dry up. For the last five years, Venezuelans have been struggling to live with an increasing shortage of food, medicine, electricity and … Read More

Israel’s Ambassador Turns to the Bible
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In what can only be considered an historical speech before the world’s governing authorities, Israel’s ambassador to the UN gave a surprising defense for the right of the Jewish people to the whole Land of Israel-the Bible. The unparalleled presentation … Read More

Former ICE chief suggests Democrats are to blame for migrant children dying
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Former U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency chief Tom Homan struck at out Democrats over their “open border attitude” on Monday, blaming Democratic lawmakers for the recent deaths of migrant children held under federal custody. In an interview with Fox … Read More

Angela Merkel TURNS her back on EU: German leader REJECTS Brussels top job
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ANGELA Merkel yesterday denied that she is in the hunt for a top European Union job after her term as German chancellor ends. Ms Merkel fuelled speculation that she is vying to replace Jean-Claude Juncker or Donald Tusk after claiming … Read More

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