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Hong Kong protest attracts hundreds of thousands over extradition bill

Several hundred thousand people took to the streets in Hong Kong on Sunday to protest against a new extradition law that allows China to extradite suspects from the autonomous region in order to bring charges in mainland China. The massive protest Sunday will take place three days before Hong Kong 's planned entry into office to seek the approval of …

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Nike's New Day Care Plan Upset Hundreds of Employees: Report

Nike's plan to accommodate working mothers and fathers seems to fail. Hundreds of co-workers are toasting the seafood giant to expand its child development program – a benefit of the company, which owns a daycare facility near Nike's headquarters in Portland, Ore. There are currently more than 500 families using the decades-long subsidized program, and hundreds more are on a …

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The congressman's unit "probably killed hundreds of civilians" in Iraq, he says

Rep. Duncan Hunter said his military unit had "probably killed hundreds of civilians in Iraq," the latest eyebrow-raising comments from California Republicans since they were charged last year with spending on campaign money for personal expenses. Hunter, a veteran of the Marine Corps, remarked while renewing his petition for Edward Gallagher, a Navy SEAL chief accused of killing an Islamic …

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Flooding: Hundreds of underwater roads as dike breaches threaten the communities

The Dardanelle dyke along the Arkansas River collapsed early Friday near Holla Bend and sent water to farmland, which had already been saturated with spills in the dike the day before. Seventy houses near Holla Bend, just down the river from the city of Dardanelle, have been affected by floods in a five-kilometer area, said Jeff Gilkey, Yell County Emergency …

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Chicago Police Release Hundreds of Documents Related to Jussie Smollett's Investigations Story

Jussie Smollett | Chicago Police Jussie Smollett | Chicago Police CHICAGO (AP) – New documents on Thursday's Jussie Smollett case show that the prosecution told Chicago detectives that a potential deal with the "Empire" actor was due a month before the indictment he was dropped in work. Some 460 pages of new documents indicate that detectives investigating Smollett's claim to …

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Hundreds protest against the abortion law in the Alabama Capitol

Hundreds of people sang, carried signs and spokesmen on a March in the State Capitol, which was against Alabama's new abortion law. Megan Skipper from Montgomery, one of the organizers, said she was overwhelmed by the turnout. The event was announced a few days ago on Facebook. "We never planned to get that big," Skipper said. "But I think that …

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Hundreds of migrants imprisoned in Texas to be flown to San Diego

Emails with breaking news Receive notifications of breaking news and special reports. The news and stories that matter are delivered on weekdays. SUBSCRIBE 18. By Phil Helsel Hundreds of Inmates from Immigration Services in Texas and Canada Englisch: www.mjfriendship.de/en/index.php?op…ew&id=6 # 1991 According to NBC San Diego these people would come from facilities that are overwhelmed by a large number of …

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TSA uses hundreds of southern border officials to fight the immigration crisis

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) plans to send hundreds of officers to the southern border to help the Department of Homeland Security escalate the immigration crisis, Fox News confirmed Wednesday. "TSA, like all DHS components, supports the efforts of the DHS to address the humanitarian crisis and the Southwest Border Security crisis," a spokesman told Fox News. "TSA is soliciting …

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Pope Francis restored power for hundreds in occupied Rome

Image Rights Getty Images Caption Cardinal Konrad Krajewski said he felt the need to intervene A cardinal performing charity for Pope Francis restored power to hundreds of people in a building in Rome after climbing into a manhole and flipping a switch. Cardinal Konrad Krajewski said he was "desperate" because the residents of the state property spent a week without …

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