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2 Mar. 2018
Indonesia considers house arrest for ailing radical cleric
JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — The Indonesian government is considering house arrest or other forms of clemency for the ailing radical cleric who was the ideological leader of the Bali bombers and is now in prison for helping to fund a jihadist training cam
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28 Feb. 2018
China Briefly Decided The Letter ‘N’ Was Not OK. Here’s The Weird Reason Why
China’s censors have been on overdrive over the past few days
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18 Mar. 2019
Note to Our Readers
Gatestone Institute deplores the mass shootings in the New Zealand mosques. Violence is never an acceptable way to solve a disagreement or make a point. Our hearts go out to the memory of those who were so unspeakably slaughtered and to their anguished
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2 Mar. 2018
Kenyan university lecturers strike again over low pay
NAIROBI (Reuters) – Kenya’s public university lecturers have resumed a nationwide strike over low pay, nearly three months after ending a similar protest. Strikes by public workers in the East African country have become more frequent in rece
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14 Mar. 2017
Some on the Left Now Criticize the Students They Created
In the last few weeks, there has been a spate of columns by writers on the left condemning the left-wing college students who riot, take over university buildings and shout down speakers with whom they differ. These condemnations, coming about 50 years too late, should not be taken seriously. Take New York Times columnist Frank
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28 Mar. 2017
Purists Kill Whatever They Believe In
According to The New York Times, 10 moderates, 15 conservatives, and eight other Republicans would have voted against the Republican repeal and replace Obamacare bill. So, then, 15 or so conservatives made it impossible to pass the bill favored by nearly every other Republican and by President Donald Trump. If that is the case, what
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2 Mar. 2018
Indian fugitive in Hong Kong court under heavy security
HONG KONG (AP) — An Indian man sought in his home country for a long list of alleged offenses including terrorism appeared in a Hong Kong court Friday on robbery charges.Ramanjit Singh was taken to court under heavy security after he was arreste
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11 Mar. 2019
A Month of Multiculturalism in Britain: February 2019
There is “a lot of anecdotal data” which shows that female genital mutilation (FGM) is increasingly being performed on babies and infants in the UK, according to FGM expert and attorney Dr. Charlotte Proudman. She added that it was “almost impossible to
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14 Feb. 2017
Note to the Left: Four Years Ago, Conservatives Were Just as Depressed
Here’s a news flash for Democrats and other Americans on the left: Four years ago, when Barack Obama was re-elected president, conservatives were just as depressed as you are now that Hillary Clinton lost and Donald Trump won. I describe this as news because this undoubtedly surprises many of you. You probably never gave a
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30 May. 2017
Why Conservatives Still Attack Trump
When people you know well, admire, and who share your values do something you strongly oppose, you have two options: 1) Cease admiring them or 2) try to understand them and change their minds. In the case of my conservative friends who still snipe (or worse) at President Trump, I have rejected option one. The
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2 Mar. 2018
Germany says ‘acute threat’ of hack averted after detection
BERLIN (AP) — A German security official says the immediate threat posed by a cyberattack on the government’s secure computer network was averted soon after it was detected.Following a report by news agency dpa on Wednesday, the government ackno
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28 Feb. 2018
UK Hit With Second Earthquake In Two Weeks
‘A number of earthquakes’
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