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HB2: North Carolina facing college sports boycott over 'bathroom bill'

A US sports body says it will stop holding events in North Carolina if the controversial "bathroom bill".

The National Collegiate Athletic Association says the state will forfeit 133 applications for events if it is not repealed in two days, reports say. 

Under House Bill Two (HB2), transgender people must use toilets that correspond to the sex on their birth certificates.

The bill also removed several anti-discrimination measures. state does not revoke its controversial "bathroom bill".

The National Collegiate Athletic Association says the state will forfeit 133 applications for events if it is not repealed in two days, reports say.

Under House Bill Two (HB2), transgender people must use toilets that correspond to the sex on their birth certificates.

The bill also removed several anti-discrimination measures. North Carolina is under mounting pressure to repeal the bill, which has already led some businesses, entertainers and teams to boycott the state

 

 

 

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Bridgegate: Christie aides Bill Baroni and Bridget Kelly jailed

Two former associates of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie have been Former Christie aide Bridget Kelly was handed a prison sentence of 18 months for her role in the 2013 scandal.

The traffic jam was arranged to target a local mayor who decided not to endorse Mr Christie's re-election bid.

Kelly and Baroni were convicted in November on counts including

wire fraud, conspiracy and misusing the bridge for improper purposes.

On Wednesday, Baroni told the judge he regretted his actions and that he

had "failed".

"I regret more than anything that I allowed myself to get caught up in this and fail to help those who need it,"

Baroni said. 

Baroni, 45, was the former deputy executive director of the Port Authority of 

New York and New Jersey, which oversees airports, tunnels and bridges in the New York area. Christie aides initially tried to explain the four days of gridlock in September 2013 on the George Washington Bridge between New Jersey and New York City as a legitimate traffic studjailed for their role in a political revenge plot dubbed Bridgegate. Ex-Port Authority

executive Bill Baroni was sentenced to two years for closing lanes on a busy New York City bridge.

Former Christie aide Bridget Kelly was handed a prison sentence of 18 months for her role in the 2013 scandal.

The traffic jam was arranged to target a local mayor who decided not to endorse Mr Christie's re-election bid.

Kelly and Baroni were convicted in November on counts including

wire fraud, conspiracy and misusing the bridge for improper purposes.

On Wednesday, Baroni told the judge he regretted his actions and that he

had "failed".

"I regret more than anything that I allowed myself to get caught up in this and fail to help those who need it,"

Baroni said.

Baroni, 45, was the former deputy executive director of the Port Authority of

New York and New Jersey, which oversees airports, tunnels and bridges in the New York area. Christie aides initially tried to explain the four days of gridlock in September 2013 on the George Washington Bridge between New Jersey and New York City as a legitimate traffic study.

 

 

 

 

 

2 women charge racial discrimination at Fox News

NEW YORK (AP) — Two black women who work at Fox News Channel have charged in a lawsuit that they were subjected to "yearslong relentless racial" hostility at the hands of a top financial executive at the network who has since been fired. Tichaona Brown and Tabrese Wright, who sued this week in New York State Supreme Court in the Bronx, said their boss talked about her physical fear of black people, humiliated them by making them repeat words she believes blacks pronounce incorrectly and mocked the "Black Lives Matter" movement. Judith Slater, the executive involved, asked Wright, a mother of three, whether all of her children had the same father, the lawsuit alleges. 

Fox said it fired Slater on Feb. 28. She was the network's controller and senior vice president of accounting.Channel have charged in a lawsuit that they were subjected to "yearslong relentless racial" hostility at the hands of a top financial executive at the network who has since been fired. Tichaona Brown and Tabrese Wright, who sued this week in New York State Supreme Court in the Bronx, said their boss talked about her physical fear of black people, humiliated them by making them repeat words she believes blacks pronounce incorrectly and mocked the "Black Lives Matter" movement. Judith Slater, the executive involved, asked Wright, a mother of three, whether all of her children had the same father, the lawsuit alleges.

Fox said it fired Slater on Feb. 28. She was the network's controller and senior vice president of accounting.

"There is no place for inappropriate verbal remarks like this at Fox News," the network said in a statement. "We are disappointed that this needless litigation has been filed."

 

 

 

 

 

Trump Russia dossier key claim 'verified'

So far, no single piece of evidence has been made public proving that the "Investigation is not proof," said the president's spokesman. Trump's supporters are entitled to ask why - with the FBI's powers to subpoena witnesses and threaten charges of obstructing justice - nothing damning has emerged. Perhaps there is nothing to find. But some former senior officials say it is because of failings in the inquiry, of which more later. Trump campaign joined with Russia to steal the US presidency - nothing. But the FBI Director, James Comey, told a hushed committee room in Congress last week that this is precisely what his agents are investigating. Stop to let that thought reverberate for a moment. "Investigation is not proof," said the president's spokesman. Trump's supporters are entitled to ask why - with the FBI's powers to subpoena witnesses and threaten charges of obstructing justice - nothing damning has emerged. Perhaps there is nothing to find. But some former senior officials say it is because of failings in the inquiry, of which more later.

 

 

 

 

 

$97 Million Water Settlement Called Big Victory for Flint

$97 Million Water Settlement Called Big Victory for Flint

 

 

 

 

Nashville judge faces federal criminal charges

NASHVILLE — The federal government on Tuesday filed criminal The chains around Moreland's ankles, clanking on a tile floor, could be heard even before he was led into the courtroom. U.S. Magistrate Judge Joe Brown read the possible penalties Moreland is facing, including a maximum 20-year prison term.

"Do you understand what you're charged with and the possible punishment?" Brown asked.

"Yes sir," Moreland replied, seated in a button-down and khakis next to his lawyer, Peter Strianse of Nashville. Asked for comment as he was leaving the courtroom, Moreland did not respond.

Moreland will next appear in court Friday afternoon for a hearing to determine if he will remain in custody pending trial. Moreland, a judge since 1998, was the subject of an FBI investigation related to allegations that he helped people he knew in exchange for things — including sexual favors, travel and lodging. Among the allegations documented in police reports and accounts were that he intervened in a traffic stop for a woman he had a personal relationship with and waived jail time for his future son-in-law.charges against a Tennessee judge, alleging he tried to bribe a woman to recant her allegations against him.

General Sessions Judge Casey Moreland, 59, was charged with attempting to obstruct justice through bribery and witness tampering, Acting U.S. Attorney for Middle Tennessee Jack Smith announced. Moreland was taken into custody Tuesday morning and appeared in court Tuesday afternoon.

The chains around Moreland's ankles, clanking on a tile floor, could be heard even before he was led into the courtroom. U.S. Magistrate Judge Joe Brown read the possible penalties Moreland is facing, including a maximum 20-year prison term.

"Do you understand what you're charged with and the possible punishment?" Brown asked.

"Yes sir," Moreland replied, seated in a button-down and khakis next to his lawyer, Peter Strianse of Nashville. Asked for comment as he was leaving the courtroom, Moreland did not respond.

Moreland will next appear in court Friday afternoon for a hearing to determine if he will remain in custody pending trial. Moreland, a judge since 1998, was the subject of an FBI investigation related to allegations that he helped people he knew in exchange for things — including sexual favors, travel and lodging. Among the allegations documented in police reports and accounts were that he intervened in a traffic stop for a woman he had a personal relationship with and waived jail time for his future son-in-law.

 

 

 

 

 

Teen's Plot for Mass Shooting Stopped by Her Parents

THURMONT, Md. — An 18-year-old student meticulously planned a A shotgun, ammunition and bomb-making materials including nails and fireworks were found at Nichole Cevario's home in Thurmont on Thursday, Frederick County Sheriff Charles Jenkins said at a news conference.

There is no evidence that anyone else was involved, Jenkins said.

One of the teen's parents notified Catoctin High School officials Thursday of a potential threat of violence and Cevario was removed from the classroom and turned over to investigators, the Frederick County sheriff's office said in a statement. Cevario was later taken from the school to a hospital for an emergency evaluation and remains hospitalized, officials said.mass shooting at her high school in which she intended to die, authorities in Maryland said Monday.

A shotgun, ammunition and bomb-making materials including nails and fireworks were found at Nichole Cevario's home in Thurmont on Thursday, Frederick County Sheriff Charles Jenkins said at a news conference.

There is no evidence that anyone else was involved, Jenkins said.

One of the teen's parents notified Catoctin High School officials Thursday of a potential threat of violence and Cevario was removed from the classroom and turned over to investigators, the Frederick County sheriff's office said in a statement. Cevario was later taken from the school to a hospital for an emergency evaluation and remains hospitalized, officials said.

"This attack was prevented by the parents, who stepped forward," Jenkins said.

Cevario's journal "clearly spelled out" detailed plans for an attack she had been working on for some time, including a timeline of the attack with her expectations for each stage, officials said. She had set April 5 as the day of the attack, the sheriff said. She was acquiring the materials and compiling details about school emergency procedures associated with drills conducted by school staff and on the school resource deputy.

 

 

 

 

'Dreamer's' post on paying taxes goes viral

PHOENIX — On Sunday morning, Arizona State University junior Belen By Sunday night, dozens of strangers were messaging her that she is a criminal and a liar, and that they reported her to be deported.

Sisa, 23, is a "dreamer" — her parents visited the U.S. from Argentina when she was 6 and overstayed their visas — but she is shielded from deportation by President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

DACA allows

young undocumented immigrants without serious criminal records who were brought to the U.S. as children to register their personal information with the government, and in exchange receive federal work permits and a two-year reprieve from the threat of deportation, which allows them to get a Social Security number and a driver's license.Sisa posted a simple Facebook update that she paid her taxes.

By Sunday night, dozens of strangers were messaging her that she is a criminal and a liar, and that they reported her to be deported.

Sisa, 23, is a "dreamer" — her parents visited the U.S. from Argentina when she was 6 and overstayed their visas — but she is shielded from deportation by President Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

DACA allows

 young undocumented immigrants without serious criminal records who were brought to the U.S. as children to register their personal information with the government, and in exchange receive federal work permits and a two-year reprieve from the threat of deportation, which allows them to get a Social Security number and a driver's license.

 

 

 

 

 

 

S.C. Man Killed by Police Shot 17 Times In Back: Suit

The sister of a South Carolina man who was killed by police after a high-"Sumter Police Department officers had the obligation and opportunity to refrain from utilizing inappropriate and unnecessary deadly force," the lawsuit states.

"However, the officers in question made the conscious decision to use inappropriate and unnecessary force." What happened to Williams, the suit goes on to state, "is so extreme and outrageous that it shocks the conscience." The lawsuit, filed on behalf of Williams' sister, Tomekia Kind, seeks unspecified damages.

speed car chase claims in a lawsuit that three officers shot her unarmed brother 17 times in the back — as he lay on the ground.

Waltki Cermoun Williams "did not have a weapon" and was struck in total by 19 of the two dozen shots fired at him during the deadly confrontation on Dec. 10, according to a lawsuit filed in Sumter County.

"Sumter Police Department officers had the obligation and opportunity to refrain from utilizing inappropriate and unnecessary deadly force," the lawsuit states.

"However, the officers in question made the conscious decision to use inappropriate and unnecessary force." What happened to Williams, the suit goes on to state, "is so extreme and outrageous that it shocks the conscience." The lawsuit, filed on behalf of Williams' sister, Tomekia Kind, seeks unspecified damages.

 

 

 

 

 

Bill O'Reilly apologizes after making racially charged joke about congresswoman

Fox News host Bill O'Reilly apologized Tuesday after coming The top rated host on cable news, O'Reilly actually drew some pushback before he even left the "Fox & Friends" set. 

While one of the program's male co-hosts, Brian Kilmeade, laughed heartily at O'Reilly's comment, the lone female host -- Ainsley Earhardt -- stepped in to back Waters. 

"I have to defend her on that," Earhardt said. "You can't go after a woman's looks. I think she's very attractive." 

under fire for mocking a black congresswoman's hair.

During an appearance on "Fox & Friends," O'Reilly reacted to a clip of Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) delivering a speech on the floor of the House of Representatives.

"I didn't hear a word she said," O'Reilly said of Waters. "I was looking at the James Brown wig."

"If we have a picture of James Brown -- it's the same wig," he added.

The remarks were widely denounced as both racist and sexist on Twitter, where O'Reilly's name was trending Tuesday morning and afternoon.

In a statement Tuesday afternoon, O'Reilly expressed regret for the remarks.

"As I have said many times, I respect Congresswoman Maxine Waters for being sincere in her beliefs," he said. "I said that again today on Fox & Friends calling her 'old school.' Unfortunately, I also made a jest about her hair which was dumb. I apologize."

 

 

 

 

First on CNN: Border wall ask: $1 billion for 62 miles

First on CNN: Border wall ask: $1 billion for 62 miles

 

 

 

 

Mosul: 112 civilian bodies pulled from site of coalition airstrike

At least 112 bodies have been pulled from the site of a US-led coalition airstrike in Mosul, senior Iraqi health official Ahmed Dubardani said Monday.
The deaths have sparked renewed concerns about civilian casualties from coalition airstrikes targeting ISIS fighters in the city.

 

 

 

 

 

ACLU: In Portland, ICE agents arrest 'dreamer'

(CNN)Federal immigration agents in Oregon showed up at the home of a The DACA program, created in 2012 by President Barack Obama's executive order, is meant to shield from deportation certain people brought into the United States illegally when they were children. The program allows undocumented immigrants to legally obtain driver's licenses, enroll in college and secure jobs. 

President Donald Trump has vowed to preserve protections for DACA recipients, who often are called "dreamers," a reference to the proposed bill that would give DACA participants permanent legal status. But Trump also has decried purported abuses of the DACA program while expanding the power of immigration officers and insisting that no one in the country illegally is safe from removal.so-called "dreamer" over the weekend and whisked him away without a warrant, the American Civil Liberties Union said.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement authorities early Sunday grabbed Mexican native Francisco J. Rodriguez Dominguez, 25, where he lives in southeastern Portland, the ACLU of Oregon said.

A native of Morelia in the state of Michoacan, Rodriguez arrived in the United States at age 5 and has been part of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program

since 2013, the ACLU said.

The DACA program, created in 2012 by President Barack Obama's executive order, is meant to shield from deportation certain people brought into the United States illegally when they were children. The program allows undocumented immigrants to legally obtain driver's licenses, enroll in college and secure jobs.

President Donald Trump has vowed to preserve protections for DACA recipients, who often are called "dreamers," a reference to the proposed bill that would give DACA participants permanent legal status. But Trump also has decried purported abuses of the DACA program while expanding the power of immigration officers and insisting that no one in the country illegally is safe from removal.

 

 

 

 

White House keeps up sanctuary cities pressure with funding threat

Washington (CNN)Attorney General Jeff Sessions outlined Monday how On Monday, Sessions reiterated that cities and states hoping to receive federal funds or grants must comply with federal law requiring local authorities to share citizenship or immigrant status of individuals to the Immigration and Naturalization Service if requested. The attorney general did not specify which cities or which funds the department may claw back as it has threatened.the Trump administration will use federal funds to crack down on "sanctuary cities" and states that choose not to comply with federal immigration laws, as it has threatened to do since January.

The comments came after the Trump administration has made a concerted effort to pressure the so-called "sanctuary" jurisdictions as part of its aggressive push to enforce immigration laws.

The term refers to jurisdictions like major cities including Los Angeles, Chicago and Philadelphia that have policies in place that limit cooperation in enforcing federal immigration laws and protect local immigrant populations. One of the biggest areas of disagreement between cities and the federal government is over allowing federal immigration officers to make arrests in local jails and prisons.

 

 

 

 

 

'Fluke, Not a Conspiracy': Trump Tweet Wasn't Dissing Ryan, Aides Say

'Fluke, Not a Conspiracy': Trump Tweet Wasn't Dissing Ryan, Aides Say

 

 

 

 

Call white supremacist violence by its name: Terrorism

(CNN)This week a 28-year-old white supremacist traveled to New York Crimes like these certainly seem to be acts of terrorism, but our federal terrorism law doesn't account for prosecution of true homegrown terrorism, that which comes from Americans, against Americans, and without foreign influence. for the express purpose of killing a black man. Any black man.

Within hours, Timothy Caughman, a black man from Queens, stumbled to a midtown police station bleeding. He had been stabbed, ultimately fatally, with a 26-inch sword. "What are you doing?" Caughman had asked his assailant.

James Harris Jackson gave police officers his answer: He hates black men and has since his youth. His plan was to kill more people than Caughman. He considered taking an officers' gun and shooting more black men.

The tragic killing of Timothy Caughman is a heinous hate crime. It is also an act of domestic terrorism. And it matters that we begin to name white supremacist murders in this way.

His crime bears eerie similarity to that of Dylann Roof, who committed mass murder in Emanuel AME Church in April 2015. Like Roof, Jackson chose the location for his alleged crime to heighten the public significance of his act. New York, Jackson told police, was ideal because it is the "media capital" of the country. Roof, who lived in North Carolina, chose Emanuel Baptist in Charleston, South Carolina, after he learned about the historic significance of the church. Jackson claims to have left a manifesto, like Roof, on his computer, which he says will "explain" his actions.

Crimes like these certainly seem to be acts of terrorism, but our federal terrorism law doesn't account for prosecution of true homegrown terrorism, that which comes from Americans, against Americans, and without foreign influence.

 

 

 

House Intel Chair met with source of Trump monitoring claim on White House grounds day before revealing it

Washington (CNN)It has been something of a mystery, the whereabouts Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes on the day before his

announcement that he saw information suggesting that communications 

of then-President-elect Donald Trump and his advisers may have been swept up in surveillance of other foreign nationals.

The California Republican confirmed to CNN 

in a phone interview Monday he was on the White House grounds that day -- but

he said he was not in the White House itself. of House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes on the day before his

announcement that he saw information suggesting that communications

of then-President-elect Donald Trump and his advisers may have been swept up in surveillance of other foreign nationals.

The California Republican confirmed to CNN

in a phone interview Monday he was on the White House grounds that day -- but

he said he was not in the White House itself.

(Other buildings, including the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, are on the same grounds.)

 



House intel panel chief Nunes says he will not divulge his sources

U.S. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes said on Tuesday he will not divulge - even to other members of his panel - who gave him intelligence reports that indicated President Donald Trump and his associates may have been ensnared in incidental intelligence collection.

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'No turning back' on Brexit as Article 50 triggered

 

Report: Michael Irvin being investigated for alleged sexual assault Report: Michael Irvin being investigated for alleged sexual assault

 

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Unapologetic 'Dreamer' Responds to Backlash Over Her Post on Paying TaxesWhen 23-year-old Belén Sisa posted a picture of herself along with a 1040 tax form on Facebook to show she had paid state taxes in Arizona despite being an undocumented immigrant she didn't know what to expect.

 

Trump border wall funding facing delay

 

At least 12 dead in crash involving Central Texas church group near Garner State Park At least 12 dead in crash involving Central Texas church group near Garner State Park

 

Storms put millions at risk of more bad weather in central U.S.

 

Planned Parenthood: US anti-abortion filmmakers face chargesTwo anti-abortion activists who secretly recorded conversations with Planned Parenthood have each been charged with 15 felonies in California.

 

Seattle Files Lawsuit Over 'Sanctuary Cities' Funding ThreatSeattle Files Lawsuit Over 'Sanctuary Cities' Funding Threat

 

U.S. State Dept employee charged in making contacts with Chinese agentsU.S. State Dept employee charged in making contacts with Chinese agents

 

US state department employee 'concealed contacts with China'US state department employee 'concealed contacts with China

 

In Lawsuit After Lawsuit, It’s Everyday People v. TrumpThe papers each bore two names, one unknown, the other ubiquitous, facing off across the letter V. The V was important. It meant that in America, anyone could sue the president of the United States and hope to win.

 

General calls Iran 'destabilizing' force for U.S., suggests US 'disrupt' regime by military means

 

George Michael: Private funeral for singer
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Iraqi officials: Suicide truck bombing kills 15 in Baghdad

 

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Ahmed Kathrada funeral: South Africa's Zuma asked to stay away

 

Israel says to cut another $2 million from its U.N. contribution

 

Trump's travel ban could cost $18B in U.S. tourism, analysis shows

 

Trump hears from addicts as Christie takes helm of opioid commissionTrump hears from addicts as Christie takes helm of opioid commission

 

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Face of anti-Kremlin protests is the son of a Putin ally

 

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Trump dramatically changes US approach to climate change

 

Senate Republicans show resistance to Trump suggested cuts in spending measure

 

There's a Russian storm over Trump's struggling presidency

 

House intel panel chief Nunes says he will not divulge his sources

 

US official says there's a 'fair chance' airstrike killed civilians in Mosul  (CNN)The top US commander in Iraq said "there's a fair chance" that a US airstrike in west Mosul killed civilians on March 17.
"We have an investigation going on, but our initial assessment ... shows we did strike in that area, there were multiple strikes in that area, so is it possible that we did that? Yes, I think it is possible," Lt. Gen. Stephen Townsend told reporters Tuesday.

 

Spicer Erupts: ‘Stop Shaking Your Head’

 

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Hedge fund exec whose former firm was linked to Madoff jumps to his deathHedge fund exec whose former firm was linked to Madoff jumps to his death

 

Tribes' battle over Dakota Access pipeline not over

 

New Mexico student loses free speech appeal over anti-lesbian essay

 

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Government watchdog to scrutinize security expenses of Trump's Mar-a-Lago trips

 

Trump move to roll back climate rules won't bring back coal or mining jobs

 

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Trump's business network reached alleged Russian mobsters

 

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Kushner, Senate investigators to meet in wake of Russian ambassador meetingsOne of President Donald Trump's closest advisers, son-in-law Jared Kushner, has volunteered to testify before senators investigating ties between the Trump campaign and Russian officials,

 

As more Americans fail drug tests, employers turn to refugees

 

IS conflict: Syria force pauses assault for dam checks

 

A new US strategy in the fight against so-called Islamic State?

 

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Trump stands by unverified wiretap claim

Proven Fraudulent Liar is the President In Charge

Fraudulent Actions Validate:

He told Fox News a "wiretap covers a lot of different things" and hinted more could emerge in the coming weeks.

Mr Obama has denied the charge and former spy chiefs and several lawmakers have said they have seen no evidence.Trump pays out $25 million to settle Trump

University litigation

Liar Validated:

Trump stands by unverified wiretap claim

A Sociopath Liar will, not just tell a lie, he/she will continue to stand behind the spoken lie, even as evidence is provided that validates that the individual "is lying"...

Donald Trump, has been lying for decades, comments that have been proven as false, yet, Trump will continue to speak the lies as if he is the only one that truly believes his lies.

A LIE, IS A LIE, IS A LIE, IS A LIE

and those who would lie to me, will never rate my trust.

Former President Obama... has a legitimate legal reason to sue Donald Trump for $Millions for purposefully, lying to devalue Obama's reputation and obama's intellectual value.

 

 

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Prerequisite for Key White House Posts: Loyalty, Not Experience

CRONYISM & NEPITISM  VALIDATED

A former F-16 Pilot Retired LT Colonel, whom I worked with for 1 There is Jason Greenblatt, the former Trump Organization lawyer, whose portfolio now includes peace on the West Bank, international trade deals and relations with Cuba. Omarosa Manigault, whose star turn on the “The Apprentice” propelled the show’s breakout first season, is now among about two dozen aides with the rank of assistant to the president — and one of the few with walk-in privileges for the Oval Office.year, told me that the higher the "rank", in those whom he worked with, as a F-16 Pilot, the "Dumber" the individual was, in terms of,
actual knowledge of management, behavior, or judgment.

Suffice it to say...

Donald Trump has surrounded himself with many of those soft minded former military high ranking individuals, and their lack of skills has, over, and over, in the first 100 days, displayed in this

rumbling, stumbling, bumbling Presidential Administration.

Nothing has gone right, Nothing has displayed any semblance of understanding of how to govern, No One seems to know how to do  the job to include the President,

and the world is laughing at

AMERICAN VOTERS

 

 

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CBO report: 24 million fewer insured by 2026 under GOP health care bill

7 Years of Poor Focus... now... the Truth is Exposed...

CBO report: 24 million fewer insured by 2026 under GOP health care bill

For 7 years, the entire republican party, have been denigrating the Affordable Care Act, ranting about how screwed up Obamacare is, and after 7 years of exhaustive efforts spent on voting

over, and over, and over, and over, and over, and over again,

to remove Obamacare, not because the republicans have ever had a plan to replace obamacare, but the 7 year effort was specifically designed to fool the republican voters... that the republican establishment of leaders....

NEVER HAD A PLAN TO PRODUCE SOMETHING BETTER.

And these people are the ones who decide

"FOR YOU"

 

 

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Two plead guilty in Penn State Sandusky cover-up

Outer Ring of Protections allowed a Pedophile to continue for years

Silence can be used as a powerful weapon against people who are One week before they were set to go to trial on three felony charges, former athletic director 

Tim Curley and former university vice president Gary Schultz

pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of endangering the 

welfare of children.

(CNN)Two former Penn State officials who were charged

with child endangerment in the Jerry Sandusky scandal have 

pleaded guilty. flawed in their behavior and actions, for to refuse to communicate with the flawed or fractured individuals,

you remove their ability to reap inner good feelings perceived as dominance, and replacing the inner feelings with

Confusion, Doubt, and Fear.

Silence also can do great harm when one refuses to speak out in defense of victims of any sex crime, and silence can harmm victims of any age or race.

Silence becomes a weapon on the side of the abuser,

who cherishes the silence in the weak.

In this instance, silence in those sitting in the seats of authority,

directly supported the longevity to which Sandusky was allowed to repeat pedophilia victimization on young boys.

Pen State former athletic director Tim Curley and former university vice president Gary Schultz, acquiesced to the validation of their silence and the harm that it caused to children and the entire community of Pen State.

Silence is a

WEAPON

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Mosul IS battle: Mass grave found at Badoush prison, Iraqi forces say

Human Behavior is Human Behavior when no consequences are feared

The Biblical Days were inundated with human horrors, only The Hashd al-Shaabi paramilitary forces said on Saturday that the "large mass grave" contained the remains of about 500 civilian prisoners who were "executed by (IS) gangs after they controlled the prison during their occupation of Mosul".

However, an army source deployed with Hashd forces was unable to confirm the discovery. 

Although Saturday's report could not be immediately verified, a 2014 report by Human Rights Watch (HRW) said that hundreds of male inmates were murdered by IS gunmen at the time.believable if you were to actually live during those days...,

per the King James version of the Bible.

One would believe that 5 thousand years later, human beings would have come to understand what war is, what violence is, and the extensive affects of war and violence on individuals, and property.

However, Human Beings continue to defy any semblance of

Human Behavioral Corrections that would suggest that Human Beings are learning from past mistakes.

Violence, is a behavior that can easily be controlled, if we choose too.

However, no one enforces rules, and those who wear the badge of justice, themselves, provide poor examples of human behavioral controls, thereby infusing anger in the hearts and minds of the average individual who would consider... doing the right thing.

Leadership is by Example, but, when your a leader that
"Lies, Miss Represent, Exaggerate, Steal, and Attack",

then, it is the leader's human behavior that is mimicked by all citizens who expect the same response from family members and friends...

to accept flawed human behavior.

Who are you? What will you do?

 

 

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Analysis: Does Obama Have Grounds to Sue Trump for Libel?

Immediate and Direct Actions is how to handle the Ignorant...

Long ago, I described Donald Trump as a "Embacile", and my opinion "He's basically stating that Mr. Obama committed crimes, and to state that somebody has committed a crime when it's false is clearly defamatory," said Benjamin Zipursky, who teaches defamation law at Fordham University Law School in New York.

"The question is: Is there enough evidence of serious reckless disregard to send that case to a jury?" Zipursky added. 

"I don't know what a court would decide on that, but there is some evidence of recklessness."

It's difficult for public figures to win libel cases. 

Most courts rule against them because the assumption is that they have chosen to make their lives an open book, which means people will talk about them. But past Supreme Court cases have created a basic standard that seeks to answer two legal questions:has not changed "1" iota.

There is only 1 way to correct a person like Donald Trump is to punish him for his flawed acts and actions.

By not immediately punishing, correcting or holding ignorant people like Donald Trump to account for his acts and actions,

you only fuel his confidence that he will not feel any type of discomforts for his flawed behavior.

President Obama has a possible $60 Million Dollar Book Deal on the table, and lies by Donald Trump, stating that it is a fact that President Obama was responsible for illegally wire taping his hotel, could have President Obama in the amount of $Millions.

There is a monetary harm done to President Obama and sometimes in life, someone has to do the right thing for us all.

Trump falsely accused President Obama of committing a crime and the law does allow individuals who specifically, and deliberately lie to harm another human beings value.

Obama has $Millions of Trump Dollars at his disposal, and if anyone "needs" to be taken down, it is TRUMP.

 

 

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Sessions spoke twice with Russian ambassador during Trump’s presidential campaign, Justice officials say

Sessions Lied, no need to "Pretty It Up"

One of the meetings was a private conversation between Sessions and Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak that took place in September in the senator’s office, at the height of what U.S. intelligence officials say was a Russian cyber campaign to upend the U.S. presidential race.

Session's response to questions, regarding his possible interactions with any Russian representative, was a response that I construe, as a response that he meant, because he has had weeks to consider what type of response that he would provide after a previous selected Trump selection resigned, based on the same questions.

A Child of the age of 12,

have taken more than enough spankings to understand what a lie is, and how the child's parent react to the child telling the parent

"a lie".

Session's 60 plus years on earth,

is denied buffer protections based on his response to questioning about his interactions with

a Russian reps, and the correct disposition addressing Sessions, is that of his own response... to thousands of citizens, who were denied empathy by Sessions himself, while serving in his own position of Legal System Authority.

Session's Lied to the Senate, and all Americans,

and his lies..., have earned the "jail" cell for lying to the

Senate and the American Population.

 

 

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Survivor Quits Pope's Panel On Sex Abuse, Citing 'Shameful' Resistance

Pope's Political in house fight, NOT ENOUGH

Pedophile Priest, and a century of facts that explain the degree, and the local circumstances..., that set the scene for the systemic manner in which priest would hunt a male child, woow the child,  gain the trust of the child's parents, then rape the child..., intimidate the child to say nothing...,

yet the facts and all the evidence collected from around the world, associated with priest's predictor style behavior,

isn't enough to convince the Vatican that the destroyed lives of hundreds of young boys....,

is enough to cause them to take a stance against rape of a boy.

GOD has nothing to do with this human behavior.

It is the humans that sit in the seats of authority, in the Catholic Church..., who decides, if and when a pedophile is charged.

The Humans who have chosen not to act,

are not religious members who represent "God" and his instructions.

The Catholic Church,

is nothing more than a political entity that is represented by the flawed nature of human beings, which sit in the seats of authority.  The Catholic Church, have long ago,

failed to represent a "God", based on their own written text.

 

 

 

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China grants Trump a trademark he's been seeking for a decade 2/19/17

Proof: Rules & Laws don't matter,

before & after, when broken by the elected

 

The Choice to run Nullifies all refusal to follow the rules

 

The Individual who chooses to run for an elected office,
does so... with the understanding that it is a written,
and implicit understanding that,
the specific rules associated with assuming the office
to which he/she is running,
will be followed....
PERIOD.

 

To refuse to obied by the rules,
validates the flawed character in the individual who
"chooses" to run for any
 political office of power.

 

Refusal to post Taxes... Not acceptable

 

Allowed, Trump's refusal to post his taxes for all to see,
which, in itself..., is a act of validation
of the implied notion of having
something to hide.

Ones taxes, provide the evidence and the facts
of ones financial history,
or his/her management of his/her finances,
while providing the proof of one's
wealth and debt history.

 

Appointed his Sons as the leaders of his business empire... Not acceptable

 

Allowed, Trump appoints his sons as the leader's of his business interests, which severely under satisfy the requirement to cut all ties to the business interest if an individual is elected to the seat of the
President of the United States.

Allowed, the position that the President can not be associated with or charged with "Conflict of Interest", because those who were in the seats of enforcement, refused to do their job.

 

 

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Hundreds demonstrated Saturday by the courthouse in the northeast Paris suburb of Bobigny, calling for justice for the 22-year-old man arrested Feb. 2 in Aulnay-Sous-Bois during a ID check by four police officers. The young man — who is still hospitalized — says he was sodomized with a police baton. The situation has sparked a week of nightly unrest in several small towns with minority populations. One officer was charged with aggravated rape and three others with aggravated assault. All deny the allegations.Gangs of French youth clash with police in Paris suburb 2/12/17

Policing Used  for Citizen Control

Undermining Civil Rights

 

Police Used for Citizen Behavior Control Tools

 

Around the world, Police Officers, and the Police Departments,
become the equivalent of a private militarize citizen control weapon used to control citizens, under the auspices of
"Crowd or Protest Controls".

 

Questionable Orders become approval to abuse

 

Police Officers, pledge ultimate loyalty to others in the family of policing with the degree of loyalty to protect one of theirs.... to that of
Gang Members
with the equal willingness to lie, steal, or kill..., to protect one of the
Gang Members.

 

Video recordings of blatant officer abuses, and murders, subsequently posted, which totally refutes police official reports, by upwards,
of an entire police department's representation of the facts...
while speaking to the media...,
during official police department briefs that are meant to undermine
the value of citizens witnesses, and the victim's version
of the acts and actions
by local police officer.

 

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Kobe Bryant on hand for Shaquille O'Neal statue unveiling

LOS ANGELES -- On stage, Shaquille O'Neal and Kobe Bryant sat side by side, wearing suits and smiles, whispering in each other's ears and laughing. They praised each other, embraced multiple times and spoke so fondly of championships won just a decade and a half ago. In all, they looked like old friends, not like former teammates whose bitter feud split apart one of the most dominant NBA duos in history.

The Los Angeles Lakers icons reunited Friday as a 1,500-pound bronze statue depicting O'Neal dunking was unveiled at Star Plaza outside Staples Center, where O'Neal and Bryant won three consecutive titles together in the early 2000s.

 

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Joakim Noah gets 20-game suspension for banned supplement

The NBA has suspended New York Knicks center Joakim Noah for 20 games for violating the league's anti-drug policy, it was announced Saturday.

The suspension will start when Noah -- who has not played since Feb. 4 and had arthroscopic surgery on his left knee Feb. 27 to remove a loose body -- is "eligible and physically able to play" in either a regular season or playoff game, the NBA said. The suspension would then carry into the 2017-18 season.

The National Basketball Players Association announced Saturday that neither Noah nor the union would appeal the suspension.

"We believe that this isolated occurrence was a regrettable mistake," the union announced in a statement. "Joakim has offered his deepest apologies for this infraction."

 

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Hoyas dismiss coach John Thompson III after 13 seasons

Georgetown has fired coach John Thompson III, the school announced Thursday.

Thompson spent the past 13 seasons in charge of the Hoyas, going 278-151 with eight NCAA tournament appearances. The Hoyas finished 14-18 this season, including a 5-13 mark in Big East play.

"It is with profound regret and deep appreciation that I informed John Thompson III this morning that the university will no longer be retaining his services as our head men's basketball coach," university president John J. DeGioia said in a statement.

"For 13 years, he has been one of the elite coaches in college basketball. His performance as a coach has been exceptional, and he has served our community with remarkable distinction and integrity, sustaining our commitment to the academic performance of our students and providing them with the very best preparation for their lives beyond the Hilltop."

Since Georgetown's season ended, L.J. Peak declared for the NBA draft and top recruit Tremont Waters requested a release from his letter of intent.

 

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I Want A Woman

That Is Worthy Of

My Love


I know my heart,

I understand my mind,

and I challenge my body

each and every day.

I have no fear of love,

and I have no fear of giving my heart

with reckless abandon.

 

I am not a jealous man

when observing my woman

smiling & talking with others.

 

I welcome love with open arms

and I challenge any damage

that may result from my willingness

to give 100% of my heart

 

I say all of that to say,

I want a woman that is

Worthy of My Love

 

~~~~~~

 

My Love

recognizes my woman’s needs

for that evening by the way

that she responds to my

hello

when she comes in the door

from work.


The Way

that my woman responds

to my hello

tells me that she

had a good day,
or

tells me

she had a bad day,
or

tells me

that she is tired,
or

tells me

that she needs a drink,
or

tells me

that she is open

to a movie on the couch,
or

tells me

that she needs me to

just disappear for a few hours,

or

tells me

that she simply wants to cuddle up

with me and just relax

for the evening.

 

~~~~~~

My Love

enjoys cooking breakfast for my woman

and

watching her enjoy all the different types

of breakfasts that she has shown me

how to prepare for her,
exactly as she likes them,
and

I take great pride

in ensuring that I cooked my woman’s breakfast

exactly as she likes them.

 

~~~~~~

My Love

is on the table

for all the world to see,
I hide no feelings

from my woman,

and

I ensure that my love is

“known”
and that she is the one I love

everywhere we are,
by taking a few minutes

to go over to my woman while she stands

among a group of people.


I gently ask her if she needs me at her side…
If she doesn’t,

I give her kiss on her lips,

and I go back to doing what I was doing.

 

My Kiss

on my woman’s lips

among the crowd

states that I love my woman

with no concerns of others

and no want of another woman.

 

~~~~~~

My Love

is cooking my woman a great dinner,

after I having cut the grass and manicured the yard, because I care about how my home’s appearance.

 

My Love

is taking charge of the kitchen’s appearance

and cleanliness,

and hanging the curtains that we shopped

for together.

 

My Love

is serving my woman without want,

with the full intentions of giving 100% love

to my woman, because

I understand that my love is pure,

unfiltered, unreserved,

and completely open.

 

~~~~~~

My Love studies my woman
and

the results of my love studying my woman allows me to understand what my woman wants,
what my woman doesn’t like,
what my woman likes in the bed,
what my woman likes on the couch,
what my woman likes in the kitchen
and

when my woman likes time to herself.

 

~~~~~~

The Woman

that is Worthy of

My Love

reciprocates equally

 

 

 

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 7/6/12

 

 

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The dad, 48, was driving daughter Fatima Avelica to another school in

the northeast Los Angeles neighborhood of Highland Park when ICE stopped them.Left behind in the car with her mother, 

Fatima wept inconsolably as she captured video of her father's detention. Rosary beads hung from the rearview mirror. 

A palm-frond cross rested on the dashboard.









"I was scared and sad at the same time," Fatima,

still holding the cellphone on which she took 

the video, told

CNN Friday.

"I never thought I would have to experience something like this in my life ... on my way to school."

ICE arrests undocumented father taking daughter to California school 3/5/17

 

The Dead American Moral Consciousness

 

Orders to tighten the restrictions of who can enter the
United States of America,
are orders carried out, not by those who initiate, or sign such orders,
the orders are carried out by individuals who are up to "10 levels"
below in the chain of command... of those who
initiate or sign such orders.

 

Ones Conscientious Awareness
is ones understanding, and... awareness of how ones
acts and actions, "negatively", or, "positively"
affect others, and the cascading reverberations of ones
acts and actions on those that are
loved ones of those affected by
ones acts and actions.

 

American Citizens
who believe in Donald Trump's acts and actions,
and feel nothing..., as human lives are being torn apart
as the result of the Trump's zero empathy,
and zero conscientious awareness of the cascading impact of his orders...,
I say to those American Citizens...,
WHAT IF IT WERE YOU BEING
HANDCUFFED, ARRESTED &
DEPPORTED?

 

 

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Trump supporter thought president would deport only ‘bad hombres.’ Instead, her husband is being deported.

She Voted for Change, and She Got first hand Change

Republican said he would only kick the “bad hombres” 

out of the country, according to the South Bend Tribune.

Months later,

Roberto Beristain — a successful businessman, respected member of his Indiana town 

and father of three American-born children — languishes in a detention facility with hardened criminals as he

awaits his deportation back to Mexico, the country he left in 1998 when he entered the United States illegally.

“I wish I didn’t vote at all,” Helen Beristain told the Tribune. "  “I wish I didn’t vote at all,” Helen Beristain told the Tribune. “I did it for the economy. We needed a change.”  "

Realisms of backing a person of

"Flawed Character", who has an extensive history of poor behavior, anointed to be the President of the United States of America ...,by your own hands,

IS A BITCH.

When your husband is deported because he is an Hispanic Man who came to America "Illegally"

The word "Stupid" comes to mind when thinking that a woman would vote for a man who preaches the removal of the type of person that your husband "is".

However, it's always ok to back people of poor character when you are not the person who will be the object of the flawed person's focus.

 

 

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Devin Nunes apologises to Democrats for surveillance briefing

Birds of a feather flock together....

They questioned whether the panel's inquiry into Russia's alleged role in the election can proceed objectively.

On Wednesday, Mr Nunes said he had been passed information showing that the post-election communications of President Donald Trump's team had been swept up in an "incidental collection" by intelligence agencies. The California Republican stressed the allegation did not back Mr Trump's claim that former President Barack Obama ordered Trump Tower wiretapped before last November's vote.Have you yet begun to wonder, "why so many of the Trump's team are people who behave so questionable"...,???

Well, the answer is, people who are racist, are comfortable around other racist.

People who are thieves are comfortable around other people who are thieves.

People who are sexist, or adulterous, feel comfortable around others who would commit the same types of acts and actions.

As Human Beings, we just simply prefer to be around people who think and act in the same manner that the we do.

Thus, Trump, a "Fraud & Liar",

two character traits of a person of poor character,

have brought to the office of Presidency and the Presidential Cabinet, like minded people, who could only be around Trump, because they feel and act in the same manner as Trump.

 

 

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Fearful Farmers Rush To Find "Guest Workers"

UN-Intended Consequences will cost "$Millions"

These "guest workers" get a special visa, called an H-2A visa, that lets them stay in the country temporarily, usually for no more than 10 months. WAFLA brings them by bus to the fields and orchards of Washington.

"This year, we'll get labor certifications for over 10,000 workers," Fazio says.

Interest in WAFLA's services is surging for two different reasons. There's a shortage of farm workers across the country. But more recently, it's also been driven by fear of the Trump administration's immigration crackdown.Farm Food Products

will rise... based on either, the lack of bodies available to gather the products, or farmers will have to hire American's to pick their product and pay the real price for the labor.

Either way it goes, we will pay more.

Those of you who agree with a child of a migrant grandparent who preaches against migrants in the name of President,

remind yourself that it is your warped values that will lead to the

$6 Dollar Cantaloupe, $10 Bag of Grapes, $4 Head of Cabbage.

The lost value of quality and willing labor

who gladly do the job of harvesting crop at a very cheap wage, will

be the first to complain about the high costs of produce as the result of your own actions.

 

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Raiders' Move to Las Vegas from Oakland Approved by NFL Owners

The Oakland Raiders will soon be no more. 

ESPN's Adam Schefter confirmed the report, noting the Miami Dolphins were the lone "no" vote.

Raiders owner Mark Davis needed 24 "yes" votes for the proposal to be ratified. 


The team will remain in Oakland for two more years, though. Davis confirmed the Raiders will play in the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum for 2017 and 2018, per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

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Ted Koppel tells Sean Hannity he is bad for America

NEW YORK -- In a report that aired on CBS’ “Sunday Morning” about Hannity made no qualms about presenting his own conservative agenda, but objected to Koppel characterizing his viewers as not being able to discriminate editorial content from news. 

Watch: A polarized America “We have to give some credit to the American people that they’re somewhat intelligent and that they know the difference between an opinion show and a news show,” Hannity said. “You’re cynical.”

“I am cynical,” said Koppel. 

“Do you think we’re bad for America? You think I’m bad for America?”

“Yeah.”

“You do? Really?”

“In the long haul I think you and all these opinion shows --”

“That’s sad, Ted. That’s sad.”

“No, you know why? Because you’re very good at what you do, and because you have attracted a significantly more influential --”the polarization of politics and the media in the Age of Trump, “Sunday Morning” special contributor Ted Koppel charged Fox News host Sean Hannity with contributing to the increased antipathy toward opposing viewpoints that is prevalent in America.

Hannity made no qualms about presenting his own conservative agenda, but objected to Koppel characterizing his viewers as not being able to discriminate editorial content from news.  

Watch: A polarized America

“We have to give some credit to the American people that they’re somewhat intelligent and that they know the difference between an opinion show and a news show,” Hannity said.

 

 

Trump's immigration crackdown is hurting US farms with its unintended consequences

In the roughly two months since President Donald Trump took office, Rather, the men were carpooling to work on an apple farm when stopped and found to not have legal status. They were charged with immigration violations and held "pending removal proceedings."immigration officers have become more active around the US, detaining hundreds of people in the country without authorization, many of whom are slated for deportation.

Trump himself has referred to the immigration crackdown as "a military operation."

In a number of cases, those arrested form the backbone of the labor force for the US's agriculture industry.

 

 

Chile pensions protest draws tens of thousands

Tens of thousands of people in Chile have taken part in demonstrations Demonstrators called on the socialist government of Michelle Bachelet to scrap the the system, which is managed by private funds. Critics say the system benefits the rich but leaves poorer Chileans with a pension below the minimum wage. The system was introduced in 1981 under General Augusto Pinochet's rule. Protest organisers said a total of more than 2 million people had joined marches in most Chilean cities, and that 800,000 people took part in Santiago alone. Chilean police put the number of demonstrators in the capital at 50,000.against the country's controversial privatised pension system.

 

 

Russia protests: Opposition leader Navalny and hundreds others arrested

Correspondents say the marches appear to be the biggest since anti-government demonstrations in 2011/2012. 

Alexei Navalny was detained as he arrived to join the rally in central Moscow. Protesters then tried to prevent a police van from taking him away. 

In a tweet after his detention, he urged fellow protesters to continue with the demonstration.

"Guys, I'm fine. No need to fight to get me out. Walk along Tverskaya [Moscow main street]. Our topic of the day is the fight against corruption," he said (in Russian).

 

 

Donald Trump's US healthcare bill withdrawn

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Bangladesh bomb blasts kill three, scores injured

At least three people, including a policeman, were killed and scores wThere was no immediate claim of responsibility. Army commandos had stormed the hideout, which belonged to the local Islamist group, which has pledged allegiance to the Islamic State, blamed for the cafe attack in July last year in which 22 people were killed, most of them foreigners. On Saturday, commandos rescued all 78 people trapped inside the five-storey building for more than a day in an operation that was still underway.ounded in two separate bomb blasts on Saturday near a militant hideout that was raided by commandos in northeastern Bangladesh, police said.

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