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Paul LePage Says Obama ‘Hates White People,’ GOP Lawmakers Report

Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R) speaks to reporters shortly after the Maine House and Senate both voted to override his veto of the state budget on June 26. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty) Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R) told a group of Republicans last week that President Barack Obama “hates white people,” according to two state GOP lawmakers who said they ...

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Manning prosecutor urges 60-year sentence

Fort Meade, Md. — Army Pfc. Bradley Manning should spend 60 years in prison because he betrayed the United States by giving classified material to WikiLeaks, a prosecutor argued Monday. The soldier’s lawyer didn’t recommend a specific punishment, but suggested any prison term shouldn’t exceed 25 years because the classification of some of…

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Manning prosecutor urges 60-year sentence

Fort Meade, Md. — Army Pfc. Bradley Manning should spend 60 years in prison because he betrayed the United States by giving classified material to WikiLeaks, a prosecutor argued Monday. The soldier’s lawyer didn’t recommend a specific punishment, but suggested any prison term shouldn’t exceed 25 years because the classification of some of…

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Egypt: from Anarchy to Insanity Needs Global Intervention

Egyptian military junta, historically hated and feared appears to have gained the upper hand in cold blooded massacres of the innocent civilians demonstrating against the perpetuated military brutality – a challenge to global human conscience that must be challenged with intervention to bring to immediate halt. After one year of political optimism and emerging hope for peaceful transformation of the ...

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China sets date for disgraced politician Bo Xilai’s trial

The trial of the disgraced senior Chinese politician Bo Xilai will start on Thursday when he will face charges of bribery, corruption and abuse of power, according to the Xinhua state news agency. The former Communist Party secretary of the major city of Chongqing was dismissed last…

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World Humanitarian Day 2013 (British Prime Minister’s Office)

(Source: British Prime Minister’s Office) A time to remember and honour humanitarian aid workers who have lost their lives while trying to help people in need around the world. World Humanitarian Day is an annual event designated by the UN General Assembly to coincide with the anniversary of the 2003 bombing of the United Nations headquarters in Baghdad, which killed ...

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Additional crews arrive to help fight Idaho fire

BOISE, Idaho – Fire managers expressed optimism Sunday in their battle against a wildfire that has scorched nearly 160 square miles and forced the evacuation of 2,300 homes near the central Idaho resort communities of Ketchum and Sun Valley. Officials said the blaze had grown by only about 12 square miles because of cloud cover the day before and the ...

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Pope Francis: ‘Faith And Violence Are Incompatible’

Pope Francis called for peace in Egypt during his Sunday address in St. Peter’s Square with a prayer: “we continue to pray for peace in Egypt together, Mary Queen of Peace pray for us” The Catholic leader also took the opportunity to condemn those who would resort to violence in the name of faith. The pope focused on a passage ...

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Obama gambled on Kerry, ElBaradei partnership and lost America’s credibility

By Richard GrenellPublished August 19, 2013FoxNews.com Secretary of State John Kerry gestures during a statement on the ongoing situation in Egypt before the start of a press briefing at the State Department in Washington, Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2013. Kerry said the violence in Egypt is deplorable and is a serious blow to reconciliation efforts. He says it runs counter to ...

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World Humanitarian Day: Moving forward in Liberia

MONROVIA, 19 August 2013 (IRIN) – Liberia is getting back to its feet after a protracted civil war that killed over 200,000 people, displaced over a million, and largely destroyed the country’s infrastructure and institutions. After a decade of peace, the European Commission’s Humanitarian Aid Office (ECHO) is pulling out of the country, saying its needs are shifting from humanitarian ...

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