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More asylum seekers arrive at border as US expands military power

November 22, 2018

Migrants and refugees continue long wait in Tijuana as US defence chief given extra authority to use military at border. NEWS / EL SALVADOR Tijuana, Mexico – Miriam* reported the death threats to the Honduran police. Twice. And she took her nephew to the medical examiner after gang members attacked him. “I was taking care […]

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Canada:Quebec gets its first Netflix original film amid tax, cultural content concerns

November 21, 2018

By the Canadian Press MONTREAL — A year ago, Patrice Laliberte was on the verge of abandoning his film career and starting down a more stable path. “I was going to work in video games or something else, I didn’t know. I was thinking, `How am I going to even pay for Christmas presents?’ ” […]

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Saudis tampered with CCTV cameras after Khashoggi murder: report

November 6, 2018

Sabah newspaper reports Saudis targeted CCTV cameras inside and outside consulate where Jamal Khashoggi was killed. NEWS / SAUDI ARABIA   Turkish media have reported that staff at Saudi Arabia ‘s consulate in Istanbul tried to dismantle security cameras to help cover up the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The pro-government Sabah newspaper reported […]

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Agency fights to take back Ruto’s Weston Hotel land

November 1, 2018

    Rogue Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) officials might have colluded with those in the Lands ministry to give a private entity the land on which Weston Hotel in Lang’ata stands. The authority is now fighting to repossess the land, measuring about two acres, which, until 2002, hosted a store belonging to the Directorate […]

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South Sudan’s rebel leader Machar to attend peace ceremony in Juba

October 31, 2018

IN SUMMARY Several ceasefires and peace agreements have so far failed to end the fighting that has killed an estimated 380,000 people, uprooted a third of the population, forced nearly two-and-a-half million into exile as refugees and triggered bouts of deadly famine. South Sudan’s rebel leader Riek Machar will return to the capital Juba this […]

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As Rich Nations Close the Door on Refugees, Uganda Welcomes Them

October 31, 2018

  New York Times ARUA, Uganda President Trump is vowing to send the military to stop migrants trudging from Central America. Europe’s leaders are paying African nations to block migrants from crossing the Mediterranean — and detaining the ones who make it in filthy, overcrowded camps. But Solomon Osakan has a very different approach in […]

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