Day: November 2, 2016

A humanitarian crisis looms in Afghanistan as the number of displaced climbs (2 Million) – The Washington Post

Before the current crisis, more than a million people had already been uprooted last year. This year, at least another million Afghans are “on the move” inside Afghanistan and across its borders, in what the United Nations warns is an alarming new wave of displaced people. Source: A humanitarian crisis looms in Afghanistan as the […]

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FBI’s Clinton Foundation investigation now ‘a very high priority,’ sources say | Fox News

The FBI’s investigation into the Clinton Foundation that has been going on for more than a year has now taken a “very high priority,” separate sources with intimate knowledge of the probe tell Fox News.FBI agents have interviewed and re-interviewed multiple people on the foundation case, which is looking into possible pay for play interaction […]

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Experts: North Korea may act out around US election – CNN

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Senators propose MANDATORY active shooter training

Senators Tiffany Lian and Tyler Matheson presented a proposal to make active shooter preparedness training mandatory for students at Tuesday’s Undergraduate Student Government Senate meeting. Senators Leena Danpour and Sabrina Enriquez, as well as Secretary Danya Rafiqi and Parliamentarian Tricia Xu, also worked on drafting the resolution.The online training would prepare students for how to […]

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Venezuela is telling hungry city dwellers to grow their own food – The Washington Post

CARACAS, Venezuela — Some Venezuelan city dwellers are trying to grow their own produce to offset the country’s severe shortages following socialist President Nicolás Maduro’s calls for “food sovereignty.” But in a country where families are going hungry as a result of government mismanagement and sky-high inflation, many view the “Great Agro-Venezuela Mission” with skepticism. “Agriculture […]

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