Monthly Archives: July 2018

Lawmaker predicts Trump Jr., Kushner indictments

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Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN) says he believes that special counsel Robert Mueller will probably indict Donald Trump Jr. and Jared Kushner and then the President will pardon both.
Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN) says he believes that special counsel Robert Mueller will probably indict Donald Trump Jr. and Jared Kushner and then the President will pardon both.
Lawmaker predicts Trump Jr., Kushner indictments

Sexual abuse 'endemic' in aid sector

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Sexual abuse of vulnerable women and girls by international aid workers is “endemic” and has been happening for years, with perpetrators easily moving around the sector undetected, according to a damning UK government report published Tuesday.
Sexual abuse of vulnerable women and girls by international aid workers is “endemic” and has been happening for years, with perpetrators easily moving around the sector undetected, according to a damning UK government report published Tuesday.
Sexual abuse 'endemic' in aid sector

Polls open as Zimbabweans vote in first Mugabe-free election

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Zimbabweans are voting in what many hope will be something the country has never seen before: a free and fair election, without the interference of former leader Robert Mugabe.
Zimbabweans are voting in what many hope will be something the country has never seen before: a free and fair election, without the interference of former leader Robert Mugabe.
Polls open as Zimbabweans vote in first Mugabe-free election

Cambodia's ruling party claims victory in election

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The ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) has declared victory in Sunday’s general election, a result which opponents condemned as a “sham” following a months-long crackdown on the press and the suppression of the leading opposition party.
The ruling Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) has declared victory in Sunday’s general election, a result which opponents condemned as a “sham” following a months-long crackdown on the press and the suppression of the leading opposition party.
Cambodia's ruling party claims victory in election

Deadly magnitude 6.4 earthquake hits Indonesia

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An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.4 struck on Sunday the Indonesian island of Lombok, some 140 miles east of Bali, according to the United States Geological Survey.
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.4 struck on Sunday the Indonesian island of Lombok, some 140 miles east of Bali, according to the United States Geological Survey.
Deadly magnitude 6.4 earthquake hits Indonesia

Women defied decades of tradition to vote in Pakistan election

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Women turned out in force in Pakistan’s general election this week, shoving aside often decades of patriarchy and taboo to make their voices heard at the ballot box.
Women turned out in force in Pakistan’s general election this week, shoving aside often decades of patriarchy and taboo to make their voices heard at the ballot box.
Women defied decades of tradition to vote in Pakistan election

Kuwaiti social media personality loses sponsors after rant about maids

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Kuwaiti social media personality Sondos Alqattan has been dropped by several global cosmetics brands after she uploaded a video slamming new labor laws in the country entitling Filipino domestic workers to a weekly day off.
Kuwaiti social media personality Sondos Alqattan has been dropped by several global cosmetics brands after she uploaded a video slamming new labor laws in the country entitling Filipino domestic workers to a weekly day off.
Kuwaiti social media personality loses sponsors after rant about maids

North Korea hands over the possible remains of American war dead

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An American military jet has left North Korea Friday after taking possession of what is believed to be the remains of US troops killed during the Korean War some 65 years ago, the White House said.
An American military jet has left North Korea Friday after taking possession of what is believed to be the remains of US troops killed during the Korean War some 65 years ago, the White House said.
North Korea hands over the possible remains of American war dead