Third force behind race attacks, says Zulu king
Zulu king Goodwill Zwelithini has denied any responsibility for the recent spate of deadly xenophobic attacks across South Africa, suggesting a hidden “third force” was involved in stoking the violence. Comments made late last month by the influential tribal ...
US condemns wave of South Africa anti-foreigner attacksZee News
Hundreds leave South Africa after anti-immigrant violenceMiami Herald
S. Africa's 'Rainbow Nation' Turns Dark as Immigrant Attacks RiseVoice of America
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Wisconsin Senate to consider 2 union contracts
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MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The state Senate is set to consider approving raises for a pair of public worker unions. Gov. Scott Walker's administration negotiated new deals with the Wisconsin State Attorneys Association and the Building Trades Negotiating ...
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Report: The Koch brothers want Scott Walker to be president
On Monday, industrialist David Koch told a group of donors that he and his brother Charles want Gov. Scott Walker (R-WI) to be the GOP's presidential nominee, Nick Confessore of the New York Times reports. The comment is the first time the billionaire ...
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Fox NewsUS aircraft carrier sent to block Iranian shipments to YemenFox NewsA U.S. aircraft carrier has been dispatched to waters off Yemen to join other American ships prepared to block any Iranian shipments to the Houthi rebels fighting in Yemen. The...Read More »
Community searches for answers in a police encounter that led to man's death
BALTIMORE (AP) - Relatives, activists and even Baltimore city officials have more questions than answers about what happened to Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old man who died one week after he was rushed to the hospital with spinal injuries following an ...
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Iran charging Washington Post reporter with four crimes, including espionage
The Week Magazine
Iran is charging The Washington Post's Tehran bureau chief, Jason Rezaian, with espionage, "collaborating with hostile governments," and "propaganda against the establishment," his lawyer said.
Iran formally accuses Washington Post correspondent of spyingFox News Latino
Washington Post reporter jailed in Iran faces spy chargesToronto Star
Washington Post reporter held in Iran faces 4 charges, lawyer saysHouston Chronicle
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Book on 'Clinton Cash' reportedly claims foreign donors got State Dept. favors
Hillary Clinton's 2016 campaign is just one week out of the gate, but already a supposedly bombshell book threatens to rock her candidacy. The New York Times reported Monday that the book, set for release on May 5, will make new claims about donations ...
Reports: Clinton to begin fundraising for 2016 bid next weekCBS News
New York Times, Fox News strike deals for anti-Clinton researchPolitico (blog)
New book said to expose Hillary Clinton's money making machineCommunities Digital News
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Middle East updates / Saudi-led coalition launches air strikes throughout Yemen
Pakistan's top leaders in Saudi Arabia to press Yemen negotiations; U.S. Defense Secretary Carter concerned Iran ships may carry arms for Yemen rebels. By Haaretz | Apr. 23, 2015 | 4:16 PM. submit to reddit. An arms depot explodes at the Jabal Hadeed ...
Yemen's defiant Shiite rebels press their offensive as Saudi Arabia launches ...Fox News
Saudi-led coalition launches air strikes throughout Yemen - residentsReuters India
Saudi Arabia and 3 non-Arab musketeersAsia Times Online
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Airstrike in Yemen apparently targeting missile depot kills 30
Los Angeles Times
An airstrike by the Saudi-led military coalition on Monday set off a series of enormous explosions that shook Yemen's capital, killing at least 30 people, injuring hundreds more and wrecking a large number of homes, officials said. lRelated Saudi Arabia ...
Iran Says Saudi Airstrike Hit Near Its Embassy in YemenNew York Times
Yemen crisis: At least 15 killed in blasts after strikes on arms depot in capital ...ABC Online
Saudi-led airstrikes pound Yemen capital, blast nearby mountainsThe Week Magazine
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Gyrocopter Pilot Doug Hughes Wasn't Worried About Getting Shot Down
The Florida mailman who flew a gyrocopter through restricted airspace and landed on the Capitol lawn last week said he made “every effort” to notify authorities ahead of his flight -- and said he wasn't worried about getting shot down. “I don't know if that ...
ABC News Exclusive: Gyrocopter Pilot Wasn't Worried About Getting Shot DownKTIC
Pilot frustrated message isn't getting throughSharonherald
Doug Hughes: Gyrocopter pilot wasn't worried about being shot down in DCABC Action News
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