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More Than 15,000 Protest Death Of Man Attacked By Neo-Nazis Finland
The organizers hope to fight against "a culture of silence" in the face of racist violence, according to their press release.
Netanyahu Holds Closed Door Meeting With Clinton, Trump Ahead Of First Debate By
The press was barred from covering the meeting between Netanyahu and Trump, but Trump's campaign said in a statement that the men, who have known each other for years, discussed "many
Gary Johnson: I Would Pardon Snowden By
Amid a renewed debate about Edward Snowden, Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson said Saturday he would pardon the whistleblower based on his knowledge of the case. 
Libyans Who Once Opposed Gaddafi Now Regret US-Led Regime Change By
‘Before 2011, I hated Gaddafi more than anyone. But now, life is much, much harder, and I have become his biggest fan.”
US Opposes Plan For ISIS War Crime Tribunal By
US officials say they are concerned that the focus on trials for ISIS detainees would “distract” from the war effort.
Questions Remain As Police Release Video Of Fatal Charlotte Shooting By
The release of dash cam and body cam footage follows days of protests and demands for footage to be made public
British Government Backing Big Oil’s Plans For Drilling In Africa’s National Parks By
The British government has offered support to a controversial multi-billion pound plan to drill for oil in one of Africa’s oldest national parks, according to documents obtained
Syrian Intelligence Claims To Have Proof Of US Military Coordination With ISIS By
The head of the Syrian parliament, added that after the coalition's airstrikes on the Syrian troops, the US military directed terrorists' attack on the Syrian army.
UN: Police Killings Of Black Men Are Modern-Day Lynchings By
There are over four times as many police killings a year as the worst years in lynchings and executions.
Obama Vetoes 9/11 Victims Bill, Congressional Override Looms By
JASTA would be a special case abrogation of sovereign immunity, a legal premise that allows governments to do whatever they want without fear of legal repercussions from individuals.