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Militarized Cops At Tiny Georgia Neo-Nazi Rally Arrest Counterprotesters For Wearing MasksNEWNAN, Ga. -- A heavily militarized police force of some 400 officers


4/21/2018 9:59:04 PM

Trump: U.S.-North Korea summit 'should have been done a long time ago'President Trump pushed back against criticisms that North Korea has had to meet few preconditions before a planned summit between the president and Kim Jong Un. Trump said he may or may not be successful but that he’s taking an important step that previous presidents should have taken long ago.


4/22/2018 8:39:43 AM

Panel: Is DNC-Trump lawsuit a political stunt?Cornell Belcher and David Brody discuss the DNC's civil lawsuit against Russia and the Trump campaign.


4/22/2018 2:06:52 AM

Waffle House Customer Hailed A Hero After Wrestling Rifle Away From ShooterA 29-year-old man is being hailed as a hero after he single-handedly disarmed


4/22/2018 3:42:38 PM

Panel: With Barbara Bush passing, mourners remember an age of decencyAndrea Mitchell and Amy Walter talk about the ways in which Barbara Bush could take a principled stand even during a time of high political drama.


4/22/2018 2:08:14 AM

Canadian lynched by villagers in Peruvian Amazon after death of elderly healer A Canadian man was lynched in the Peruvian Amazon after residents of a remote village accused him of killing an 81-year-old medicine woman a day earlier, a spokesman for the attorney general's office said on Sunday. Olivia Arevalo, a traditional healer of the Shipibo-Conibo tribe, was shot twice and died on Thursday near her home in the Amazonian region of Ucayali, said Ricardo Palma Jimenez, the head of a group of prosecutors in Ucayali. Some villagers had blamed Ms Arevalo's murder on Sebastian Paul Woodroffe, a 41-year-old Canadian citizen who lived in the region and who was believed to have been one of her clients, said Jimenez. Police found Mr Woodroffe's body buried about just over half a mile from Ms Arevalo's home on Saturday, after a cellphone video recording of the Friday lynching was shared on social media, said Jimenez. The video shows a man groaning in a puddle near a thatched-roof structure as another man puts a rope around his neck and drags him with others looking on. Sebastian Woodroffe was found buried. Villagers in remote parts of Peru often punish suspects according to local customs and without the involvement of authorities Jimenez said prosecutors were exploring several hypotheses related to Ms Arevalo's murder and that it was too early to name suspects in the case. No arrests had been made yet related to Woodroffe's death, he added. "We will not rest until both murders, of the indigenous woman as well as the Canadian man, are solved," said Jimenez in a phone interview. Jimenez said the man in the video was Mr Woodroffe and that an autopsy of his body showed he died by strangulation after receiving several blows across his body. Ms Arevalo's murder had prompted outrage in Peru following other unsolved murders of indigenous activists who had repeatedly faced death threats related to efforts to keep illegal loggers and oil palm growers off native lands. Policing is scant over much of the Peruvian Andes and Amazon and villagers in far-flung provinces often punish suspected criminals according to local customs and without the involvement of state police and prosecutors. "Canada extends its deepest condolences following the reported assassination of‎ Olivia Arévalo Lomas, an Indigenous elder and human rights defender," Global Affairs Canada, which manages Canadian foreign relations, said in a statement. "We are also aware that a Canadian ‎was killed in a related incident. Consular services are being provided to the family of the Canadian," it added.


4/23/2018 12:49:13 AM

Obama to deliver Mandela lecture in S.Africa in JulyFormer US president Barack Obama will deliver the annual Nelson Mandela memorial lecture at a 4,000-capacity arena in Johannesburg in July, South African organisers announced on Monday. Obama, who met with Mandela in 2005 and who made an emotional address at his funeral, will speak at the lecture marking 100 years since the anti-apartheid icon was born. "President Barack Obama -- we will be looking forward to hosting him as he will be addressing this esteemed Nelson Mandela annual lecture," Sello Hatang, head of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, said.


4/23/2018 4:19:44 AM

HRW: 'Men only' job ads show ongoing discrimination in ChinaBEIJING (AP) — One job ad for Chinese high-speed train conductors called for candidates who were "fashionable and beautiful." Another ad targeting men for a job in a Chinese internet company included photos of a female employee pole-dancing.


4/23/2018 4:32:23 AM

Century-old sunken ship preserved in perfect condition beneath Lake SuperiorThese stunning images reveal the remains of a more than century-old sunken ship that has been preserved beneath freezing Lake Superior. The ship looks almost exactly the same as it did the day it sunk beneath waves all those years ago.


4/23/2018 4:39:19 AM

R. Kelly's Lawyer, Publicist And Assistant Flee From Singer Amid ScandalsSinger R. Kelly's scandals may be too much for the people he employs. Since


4/21/2018 4:40:51 PM

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Panel: Is DNC-Trump lawsuit a political stunt?Cornell Belcher and David Brody discuss the DNC's civil lawsuit against Russia and the Trump campaign.


4/22/2018 2:06:52 AM

Iran's Top Diplomat Says 'All Options Are On The Table' If U.S. Pulls Out Of Nuclear DealIran's top diplomat warned President Donald Trump to not pull out of the 2015


4/22/2018 9:45:16 AM

Every Time Meghan Markle Spoke Out Against Gender InequalityShe's marrying royalty but Meghan Markle is already a feminist queen.


4/23/2018 9:54:00 AM

As chemical weapons inspectors reach Douma, Syria claims suspected attack was fakeThe chemical weapons inspectors reached the city of Douma, now under Russian and Syrian control, two weeks after the suspected attack took place.


4/22/2018 9:48:37 AM

Canadian man lynched in Peru rainforest after being accused of murdering shamanistic healerA Canadian man has been lynched in the Peruvian Amazon after being accused of killing a local spiritual leader. Sebastian Woodroffe, 41, a father of one, was dragged by the neck through a remote village following the death of Olivia Arevalo, a plant healer from the Shipibo-Konibo tribe of northeastern Peru, the country’s attorney general said. Ms Arevalo was shot and killed near her home in the Ucayali region on Thursday.


4/23/2018 2:53:36 AM

China says 32 nationals killed when bus falls off bridge in North KoreaBy Ben Blanchard BEIJING (Reuters) - Thirty-two Chinese tourists and four North Koreans died when a bus crashed off a bridge in North Korea, China's foreign ministry said on Monday, with two Chinese nationals in critical condition. Chinese tourists make up about 80 percent of all foreign visitors to North Korea, says a South Korean think-tank, the Korea Maritime Institute, which estimates that tourism generates revenue of about $44 million each year for the isolated country. Chinese diplomats visited the scene of Sunday's crash in North Hwanghae province, the foreign ministry said.


4/23/2018 6:38:21 AM

Waffle House Customer Hailed A Hero After Wrestling Rifle Away From ShooterA 29-year-old man is being hailed as a hero after he single-handedly disarmed


4/22/2018 3:42:38 PM

Southwest Cancels 40 Flights as It Works to Inspect Plane Engines After Deadly ExplosionThe same engine that exploded last week powers nearly all of Southwest's fleet


4/22/2018 1:17:58 PM

Panel: With Barbara Bush passing, mourners remember an age of decencyAndrea Mitchell and Amy Walter talk about the ways in which Barbara Bush could take a principled stand even during a time of high political drama.


4/22/2018 2:08:14 AM

Obama to deliver Mandela lecture in S.Africa in JulyFormer US president Barack Obama will deliver the annual Nelson Mandela memorial lecture at a 4,000-capacity arena in Johannesburg in July, South African organisers announced on Monday. Obama, who met with Mandela in 2005 and who made an emotional address at his funeral, will speak at the lecture marking 100 years since the anti-apartheid icon was born. "President Barack Obama -- we will be looking forward to hosting him as he will be addressing this esteemed Nelson Mandela annual lecture," Sello Hatang, head of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, said.


4/23/2018 4:19:44 AM

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