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  1. IOM Evacuates Senegalese Migrants from LibyaRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | M2.com

    IOM Libya yesterday evacuated 142 Senegalese migrants from Misrata and Tripoli, Libya via Djerba airport in Tunisia. The group arrived in Dakar this morning , and was met at the airport by Secretary of State for Senegalese Abroad Souleymane Jules Diop.

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  2. On Native GroundIS the 2012 Election the Last Gasp of White Male Privilege?Read the original story

    23 hrs ago | American Reporter

    As a onetime foreign correspondent who wrote from places like Northern Ireland, Iran, Pakistan, India, Vietnam and the Philippines, I see the riots in Cairo, the assassination in Benghazi and the friction in U.S-Israeli relations as part of one picture: a portrait of the Middle Eastern world preparing for war between Iran and Israel. There is no glue between the events in Libya and Egypt, and today's demonstrations in Yemen, Morocco, Sudan, Iraq, Iran and Tunisia, except a deluded Israeli-American's amateurish, offensive film about the Prophet Mohammad - in one scene the director has the Prophet put his head between a woman's legs to see for himself there is no "devil" there.

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  3. Julian Castro: Clinton emails a 'witch hunt'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | Click Orlando

    Julian Castro labeled the House Republican-led investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails a "witch hunt" and a "sideshow" from dealing with America's most pressing problems. The Housing and Urban Development secretary accused GOP Rep. Trey Gowdy of "very intentionally trying to manipulate this witch hunt to play politics." 29 comments

  4. Possible Clinton running mate decries Benghazi 'witch hunt'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | The Hill

    Julian Castro, an Obama Cabinet secretary floated as a potential running mate for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, said on Sunday the release of State Department emails relating to Benghazi is part of "basically a witch hunt." "What you have here with these emails is basically a witch hunt, and Congressman [Trey] Gowdy [R-S.C.], who is leading this, is very intentionally trying to manipulate this witch hunt to play politics," Castro, the Housing and Urban Development Secretary, said on CNN's "State of the Union."

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  5. Obama's Media Defenders Growing Nervous About ISISRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | Breitbart.com

    Charting President Obama's relationship with the media that passively-aggressively adores him is tricky. More than once, he's seemingly angered or dismayed them enough to trigger a paradigm shift, only to have the paradigm slip right back to the usual worship of a titan striding across history.

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  6. First aid for the capitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 23 | EKathimerini

    The fact that the center of Athens exudes the stench of human waste is an undeniable truth, just like the fact that in late spring, one nostril smells blossoming bitter lemon trees while the other smells urine. Equally true is the fact that daily life in the Greek capital is rapidly deteriorating once more.

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  7. Human Rights Watch Calls on EU; Don't Endanger Lives at Sea or Deny ProtectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Kansas City InfoZine

    The EU should assess carefully the short- and long-term human rights implications of this military operation, including the risk that it will increase the dangers of boat migration in the Mediterranean, Human Rights Watch said. The EU should also assess the risk of trapping migrants and asylum seekers in Libya, where they are often subjected to violence and abuse and have no possibility of lodging asylum claims.

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  8. En Banc 9th Reverses Course, Lifts 'Innocence of Muslims' BanRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | FindLaw

    The Ninth Circuit, sitting en banc, reversed an earlier injunction preventing Google and YouTube from hosting the controversial "Innocence of Muslims" film. That short, offensive and highly controversial film lead to violence and rioting in Egypt and elsewhere.

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  9. Report: Hillary's Email Contained - Sensitive' Info, Including Whereabouts of Chris StevensRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 21 | Breitbart.com

    The private email account Hillary Clinton used while she was secretary of state reportedly contained sensitive information, including the whereabouts Chris Stevens, the U.S Ambassador who was murdered in the Benghazi attacks along with three other Americans, while he was an envoy in 2011. The New York Times obtained a third of the 850 pages of emails related to Benghazi that Clinton turned over to the agency and discovered that "Clinton's emails show that she had a special type of government information known as 'sensitive but unclassified,' or 'SBU,' in her account": That information included the whereabouts and travel plans of American officials in Libya as security there deteriorated during the uprising against the leadership of Col.

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  10. Hillary Clinton Finally Takes Some Questions From The PressRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | The Daily Caller

    Hell hasn't frozen over, but there is a crack in the ice: after 28 days of ignoring the media, Hillary Clinton took six questions at an Iowa campaign event on Tuesday. Why the sudden change in availability? Blame or credit it to the ordinary folks who wanted to know where the Democratic frontrunner stood on the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership.

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  11. Libya bans Bangladeshi workersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | The Daily Star

    Libya government bans Bangladeshi workers from entering the country because many were trying to travel to Europe by boat illegally. The file photo shows hundreds of Bangladeshis waiting at Djerba airport to take a flight back home to flee the war in the country in 2011.

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  12. Libya's official government bans Bangladeshi workers from entryRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | AlertNet

    Evacuees from Bangladesh wait to call their family from the Libyan Red Crescent camp in Benghazi in this 2011 file photo. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh BENGHAZI, Libya, May 16 - Libya's official government has banned Bangladeshi workers from entering the country because many were trying to travel on illegally by boat to Europe, a government spokesman said on Saturday.

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  13. Fleeing open-ended military service: An example of hellRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | CNN

    An Eritrean man in Rome. Eritreans make up the second largest group of migrants -- after Syrians -- reaching the shores of Europe.

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  14. Fleeing slavery for uncertainty: One Eritrean migrant's storyRead the original story

    Friday May 15 | GantDaily.com

    A man in a red t-shirt and a long black ponytail shouted angrily at us as we conducted interviews at a center for migrants - most of whom were from Eritrea - in the Rome suburb of Tiburtina. The man told us he was from Eritrea and had been in Italy for eight years, but declined to be interviewed, fearing his relatives back home would be punished.

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  15. Slavery to doubt: An Eritrean migrant's storyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | CNN

    An Eritrean man in Rome. Eritreans make up the second largest group of migrants -- after Syrians -- reaching the shores of Europe.

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  16. On Native GroundIS the 2012 Election the Last Gasp of White Male Privilege?Read the original story

    Thursday May 14 | American Reporter

    As a onetime foreign correspondent who wrote from places like Northern Ireland, Iran, Pakistan, India, Vietnam and the Philippines, I see the riots in Cairo, the assassination in Benghazi and the friction in U.S-Israeli relations as part of one picture: a portrait of the Middle Eastern world preparing for war between Iran and Israel. There is no glue between the events in Libya and Egypt, and today's demonstrations in Yemen, Morocco, Sudan, Iraq, Iran and Tunisia, except a deluded Israeli-American's amateurish, offensive film about the Prophet Mohammad - in one scene the director has the Prophet put his head between a woman's legs to see for himself there is no "devil" there.

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  17. Organized Crime Growing Part of Migrant Traffic to EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | News Max

    The profits are huge, the risks limited and the demand virtually inexhaustible: trafficking illegal migrants to Europe is increasingly becoming the domain of organized crime groups attracted by the multibillion-dollar pay-off, experts say. Transporting desperate migrants from conflict zones in Africa or the Middle East is a lucrative business that generates an estimated $7 billion, about six billion euros, a year, and mafia groups want a slice of the pie.

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  18. Step aside Jay Z, Libyan MC 'Volcano' records music video while bombs fire around him in BenghaziRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | Al Bawaba

    Volcano's Facebook page describes him as a Benghazi-based rapper who also studies English translation at Benghazi University - the oldest education establishment in Libya. A Libyan rapper has released a new music video in which he is seen seen performing his music in front of dramatic scenes of civil war.

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  19. Cameron's Conservative cabinet reshuffleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | Deutsche Welle

    British Prime Minister David Cameron has chosen who will make up his new cabinet. While some familiar faces remain, some hardline Conservative allies replace the seats vacated by old coalition partners the Lib Dems.

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  20. On Native GroundIS the 2012 Election the Last Gasp of White Male Privilege?Read the original story

    Sunday May 10 | American Reporter

    As a onetime foreign correspondent who wrote from places like Northern Ireland, Iran, Pakistan, India, Vietnam and the Philippines, I see the riots in Cairo, the assassination in Benghazi and the friction in U.S-Israeli relations as part of one picture: a portrait of the Middle Eastern world preparing for war between Iran and Israel. There is no glue between the events in Libya and Egypt, and today's demonstrations in Yemen, Morocco, Sudan, Iraq, Iran and Tunisia, except a deluded Israeli-American's amateurish, offensive film about the Prophet Mohammad - in one scene the director has the Prophet put his head between a woman's legs to see for himself there is no "devil" there.

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