Obama's Afghanistan exit plan under pressure as foes cite Iraq
Full Article Stars and Stripes
27 Mar 2015

WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama's decision to leave almost 10,000 U.S. troops in Afghanistan through the end of the year may be a concession that America's longest war will endure beyond his presidency, security analysts and lawmakers said. While Obama insists that he still plans to bring all but 1,000 military personnel home by early 2017, the...

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File - U.S. Army soldiers walk toward mine-resistant, ambush-protected vehicles during a mission in Khost province, Afghanistan, July 17, 2011.
photo: US Army / Sgt. Joseph Watson

updated 17 Feb 2015; published 17 Feb 2015
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Barack Obama Happy Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, Ukraine cover clip
updated 15 Nov 2010; published 15 Nov 2010
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Afghan Deadline 2014, Yeah Right!
updated 22 Jan 2009; published 22 Jan 2009
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Obama, Afghanistan, and Iraq: Analysis Part 1
updated 09 Dec 2009; published 09 Dec 2009
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Baghdad attacks put Iraq security back in spotlight - 09 Dec 09
updated 27 Feb 2012; published 27 Feb 2012
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David Icke - The Madness of King Obama...The Fake President.
updated 02 Dec 2009; published 02 Dec 2009
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Michael Moore Tears Up over Obama and Afghanistan
In this Aug. 12, 2014, file photo, displaced Iraqis from the Yazidi community arrive at Nowruz camp, in Derike, Syria.
photo: AP / Khalid Mohammed

updated 26 Mar 2015; published 26 Mar 2015
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Asylum seekers in the West highest since Bosnia war - UNHCR
updated 27 Mar 2015; published 27 Mar 2015
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Syria and Iraq wars swell numbers of asylum seekers
updated 09 Jul 2013; published 09 Jul 2013
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Maduro Confirms Venezuela Received Official Snowden Asylum Request
updated 17 Jan 2013; published 17 Jan 2013
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A-Z: A for Asylum
updated 26 Mar 2015; published 26 Mar 2015
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Turkey in top 5 asylum destinations
updated 17 Jul 2013; published 17 Jul 2013
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LOOK - NSA leaker Snowden requests political asylum in Russia
No, Ebola Is Not Mutating Into A 'Supervirus'
Full Article Huffington Post
27 Mar 2015

The Ebola virus that is causing the current outbreak in West Africa is not mutating as quickly as earlier reports had suggested, a new study finds. This finding helps allay fears that the virus could change into a more infectious or deadly form, the researchers said. In the study, published online today (March 26) in the journal Science,...

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Burial teams of volunteers in Conakry, Guinea, wearing full personal protective equipment and working in teams of seven, disinfect themselves after carrying the body of a 40 year-old woman who died from the Ebola virus, 17 January, 2015.
photo: UN / Martine Perret

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Ebola Virus Mutating!
updated 26 Mar 2015; published 26 Mar 2015
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Ebola 'Supervirus' Is Unlikely, Experts Say
updated 27 Mar 2015; published 27 Mar 2015
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Ebola 'Supervirus' Is Unlikely, Experts Say
updated 29 Jan 2015; published 29 Jan 2015
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Ebola virus has mutated, scientists warn
updated 29 Jan 2015; published 29 Jan 2015
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Scientists warn Ebola virus has mutated
updated 26 Oct 2014; published 26 Oct 2014
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EBOLA BIO-WEAPON - Elite Created Ebola Virus as Biological Weapon?
Prosecutors: Evidence Germanwings co-pilot hid illness
Full Article Richmond Times Dispatch
27 Mar 2015

MONTABAUR, Germany (AP) — Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz appears to have hidden evidence of an illness from his employers, including having been excused by a doctor from work the day he crashed a passenger plane into a mountain, prosecutors said Friday. The evidence came from the search of Lubitz's homes in two German cities for an explanation...

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In this Sunday, Sept. 13, 2009 photo Andreas Lubitz competes at the Airportrun in Hamburg, northern Germany.
photo: AP / Michael Mueller

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Germanwings crash: Co-pilot Lubitz 'hid illness'
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Germanwings Crash Co Pilot Lubitz 'Hid Illness'
updated 27 Mar 2015; published 27 Mar 2015
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Germanwings crash: Co-pilot Lubitz 'hid illness
updated 27 Mar 2015; published 27 Mar 2015
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Co-pilot 'hid illness' from Germanwings and tore up sick notes
updated 27 Mar 2015; published 27 Mar 2015
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Germanwings co-pilot depression: Andreas Lubitz suffered mental illness during flight s
updated 27 Mar 2015; published 27 Mar 2015
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Germanwings crash: Co-pilot Lubitz 'hid illness'
Perry to Cruz: ''Toto, We're Not in Texas Anymore''
Full Article WorldNews.com
27 Mar 2015

Article by WN.com Correspondent Dallas Darling. Prior to announcing his bid for the presidency, in which he plans on raising an army of Christian conservatives to remake America, Texas' Republican Senator Ted Cruz was dumbfounded by an unlikely heckler, a 3-year-old girl. Standing before a small group of people, Cruz was hell-bent on criticizing...

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Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas speaks at Liberty University, founded by the late Rev. Jerry Falwell, Monday, March 23, 2015 in Lynchburg, Va., to announce his campaign for president.
photo: AP / Andrew Harnik

updated 30 Mar 2011; published 30 Mar 2011
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Chris Cruz performing original song beauty speaks
updated 25 May 2011; published 25 May 2011
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Downtown Xenion Motel ( Travelodge - Laramie, WY.)
updated 08 Jan 2014; published 08 Jan 2014
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Young Father Dies After Flu-Like Symptoms
updated 28 Aug 2011; published 28 Aug 2011
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The Interview Full Movie BY MrOneZion ( MrOneWorld )
updated 01 Feb 2012; published 01 Feb 2012
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"Edge of Glory" Lady Gaga (Pentatonix Cover)
updated 27 Jan 2014; published 27 Jan 2014
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Blizzard Of Ozz - Bark At The Moon - Dallas (01/25/14)

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Lexington Herald-Leader
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama probably has no choice but to back a Saudi-led military intervention in Yemen, where Iranian-backed Houthi rebels control the capital and...
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CounterPunch
Following the late January guilty verdicts in the espionage trial of former CIA officer Jeffrey Sterling, more proof emerged — if any more were needed — that many elite mainstream...
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Article By WN.com Guest Writer Dr. Yossef Ben-Meir We may know - perhaps even at first hand - of a gap in society whose presence causes pain for countless individuals. Here in...

Amanda Knox, right, arrives from Rome with family members at Heathrow Airport London, Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011.
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According to CNN on March 27, the news Amanda Knox had been waiting for finally came, and it's good news for her. She has gone through three trials over an eight-year- period with the possibility of a fourth. The announcement came today that the...
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Inauguration of the new general head office of the direction of the taxes of Togo. For the festival of the fiftieth birthday of the independence of Togo and much other African countries.   Inauguration du nouveau siège social de la direction général des impôts du Togo. Pour la fête du cinquantième anniversaire de la indépendance du Togo et de beaucoup autres pays africains . le president de l'assemblée national au coté du président Faure Gnassingbe
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Togo will delay presidential elections by 10 days to April 25, after the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) said the voter list needed to be revised. Opposition...
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Senate Majority Leader Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., is surrounded by reporters after leaving the office of Senate Minority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ken., on Capitol Hill on Monday, Oct. 14, 2013 in Washington. Reid reported progress toward a deal to avoid a threatened default and end a two-week partial government shutdown as President Barack Obama called congressional leaders to the White House to press for an end to the impasse. "We're getting closer," Reid told reporters.
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Nobody ever thought Harry Reid would retire, and that includes Harry Reid. Not long ago, when a reporter for CQ Roll Call asked him what might happen when he left office, Reid retorted, "If I drop dead?" He added, "I mean, I will someday. It's just a...
photo: AP / Evan Vucci
Pablo Picasso's works in the Center Georges Pompidou (French pronunciation: [sɑ̃tʁ ʒɔʁʒ pɔ̃pidu]; also known as the Pompidou Center in English) is a complex in the Beaubourg area of the 4th arrondissement of Paris, near Les Hall's, rue Montorgueil and the Marais
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ROME - Italian police have recovered a painting by Spanish master Pablo Picasso that a retired frame maker in Rome said he had been given nearly 40 years ago. The 1912 oil painting, titled "Violin and Bottle of Bass", portrays a cubist image of a...
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President Barack Obama, right standing, points at Andre Wupperman, far left, during an unschedule stop at Gator's Dockside, Saturday, Sept. 8, 2012, in Orlando, Fla. When Obama was told that Andrew was born in Hawaii, he jokingly ask for his birth certificate.
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The White House on Friday announced a five-year plan to fight the threat posed by antibiotic-resistant bacteria amid fears that once-treatable germs could become deadly. Repeated exposure to antibiotics can lead germs to become resistant to the...
photo: AP / Pablo Martinez Monsivais
A tents near the ruins of their house which witnesses said were destroyed by Israel shelling during a 50-day conflict last summer, east of Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip.
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More than 2,300 Palestinians killed and more than 17,000 injured, according to annual report by UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs ...
photo: WN / Ahmed Deeb
Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, Yukiya Amano of Japan waits at the start of the IAEA board of governors meeting at the International Center in Vienna, Austria, Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2012.
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Reuters VIENNA— The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) urged India on Friday to further tighten its nuclear safety regulations by assuring the legal independence of its atomic watchdog and allowing more outside inspections. India, which has...
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