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VIDEO: Major Cheese Supplier For Pizza Hut, Papa Johns Caught On Video Torturing Cows By
Is your pizza topped with horrific animal cruelty? A new Mercy For Animals undercover investigation reveals shocking animal abuse at a major pizza cheese supplier — Leprino Foods. Workers were caught viciously kicking, punching,
Desperate Gazans Flee To Europe In Risky Sea Trips By
It's a new escape route and a measure of growing desperation in the crowded sliver of land where two-thirds of those under 30 are unemployed.
Pot Smell On Kindergartner Leads To Grow-Room Bust, Raises Questions On Constitutional Rights By
Michigan voters approved the medical use of marijuana in 2008. Fieck had a medical marijuana card, but state law allows a maximum of 12 plants.
Iran Rejects Western Strategy Against ISIS By
With memories of the 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq still fresh, the U.S. has so far been alone in carrying out airstrikes and no country has offered ground troops.
VIDEO: Syria, Iran Slam US Plan In Fighting Militants By
Syrian and Iranian officials criticized the Obama administration on Thursday for excluding them from an international coalition coming together in the battle against the Islamic State group.
Paris Wants Iran To Help Crush Islamic Radicals By
Tehran's long-time influence in Sunni Iraq, including at times a military presence, makes it a logical partner in France's eyes.
The Justice Dept: Our Staff Is Routinely Blocked From Access To Documents Need To Audit Law Enforcement Agencies By
The interference causes delays in investigations and has several times required the intervention of Attorney General Eric Holder or his deputy to ensure that the records are ultimately turned over, Michael Horowitz, the inspector general, told members of Congress.
Loggers Kill Anti-Logging Activist, Native Community Leaders In Peru By
The activist, Edwin Chota, had received frequent death threats from illegal loggers, who he had tried for years to expel from the lands for which his community was seeking title.
France Is Getting Rich From Conflict In The Middle East By
The Defense Ministry says in a report Tuesday that orders rose by 43 percent over the previous year to 6.87 billion euros ($8.9 billion).
Report Slams Israel On African Migrant Rights By
"Eritreans and Sudanese in Israel are left with the choice of living in fear of spending the rest of their days locked up in desert detention centers or of risking detention and abuse back home."