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Libyan authorities say the bodies of 40 refugees have been found on the North African country’s shores, as more asylum seekers risk their lives to make their way into Europe.
Four people have been shot to death and over a dozen others injured in shootings across the US city of Chicago this weekend, authorities say.
A US federal district court has rejected a case by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) against the National Security Agency (NSA) over the latter’s mass surveillance program.
Democratic US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has denounced a Republican lawmaker’s threat to impeach her on her first day in office if she is elected president as “pathetic” and “totally …
Friday, 23 October 2015 11:14

New US shootings kill four, wound three

Four people have been confirmed dead and another three injured as a result of new shootings in the US States of Tennessee and Missouri.
US President Barack Obama has admitted that police violence against African Americans has become a “real” and “legitimate” issue that needs to be addressed.
US President Barack Obama has vetoed a $612 billion defense spending bill, saying message to the Republican-controlled Congress is “let's do this right.”
Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has appeared before a congressional committee to testify about an attack on the US consulate in the Libyan city of Benghazi in 2012.
Activists and protesters in the US city of New York have rallied against police brutality and violence.
US Senator John McCain has denounced the US-Russian agreement to avoid inadvertent midair clashes in Syria as “immoral,” saying the pact allows Moscow to freely bomb Washington “allies” on the …
Canadian Israel-friendly Prime Minister Stephen Harper has conceded defeat in regional elections, stepping down and setting the stage for the appointment of an interim leader.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has pledged to fully restore funding of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), in exchange for his country’s re-election to the …
Police in the US city Chicago say a 6-year-old boy has shot dead his 3-year-old brother while playing "cops and robbers" with a gun of their father's.
An American whistle-blower, who the media refer to as the “New Snowden,” has released a series of documents that contain highly sensitive intelligence on US drones.
President Barack Obama has announced plans to keep nearly 10,000 US troops in Afghanistan through 2016 and some 5,500 in 2017, reneging on his promise to end the war there …
The US president will keep 5,500 of US troops in Afghanistan when he leaves office in 2017, according to senior unnamed Obama administration officials.
A US federal appeals court has revived a lawsuit dealing with the New York police surveillance on Muslims on the pretext of fighting terrorism.
US President Barack Obama says it is not surprising that at this early stage of presidential election process Donald Trump is receiving a lot of attention, but he cannot win …
With two shootings on college campuses Friday, the number of US school shootings in 2015 has climbed to 52, with 30 people killed and 53 others injured. These totals include …
President Barack Obama has described military actions taken in Syria by Russian President Vladimir Putin as a sign of Moscow’s weakness.