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Arron Banks is a very wealthy Ukip donor, to put it mildly, not the kind of guy you would be headhunted by the United Nations, diplomacy is not his thing. He is used to saying pretty fruity things on Twitter. But his remarks in particular about Hillsborough, in which he said he was sick to death of hearing about it, as really angered people on Merseyside, as you might imagine, and of course these two officials found themselves caught between their allegiance to the party and their allegiance to their home city.
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FACEBOOK is planning changes to show all your social media info, including Instagram, YouTube, Twitter and more, on your profile.
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TRUNEWS takes a close look at the story of Johnny Gosch, a 12 year old boy who went mysteriously missing back in 1982. Fior Hernandez takes us through the timeline of events in the case and Rick Wiles talks about how this case impacted him and how it could be connected to the Shadow Government in America. For more from this program head to our website: http://www.trunews.com/listen/connecting-dots-globalism-johnny-gosch-jeff-gannon-pizzagate Connect with us online: www.TRUNEWS.com www.facebook.com/TRUNEWS www.twitter.com/TRUNEWS
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You look at what is happening in Germany, you look at what is happening last night in Sweden. Sweden, who would believe this? Sweden. They took in large numbers, having problems like they never thought possible. The former Swedish Prime Minister, Carl Bildt, also took to Twitter to hit back at Trump.
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A homemade bomb has exploded near Bogota's bullring, killing a police officer and injuring at least 30 people ahead of anti-bullfighting protests in Colombia's capital. Details of the cause of Sunday's blast near were not immediately available, but media images showed a police officer in a shredded uniform walking with support from his colleagues, as well as debris in the road, broken glass and damage to apartment buildings close by. Another person was gravely injured, the mayor's office said on its Twitter account. Hundreds of protesters have gathered weekly to demonstrate against ...
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Five members of a South Korean family were found guilty by the District Court of Frankfurt on Monday, on charges of performing an exorcism on a 41-year old woman, who later died due to injuries caused by the ritual. A 44-year old cousin of the victim was convicted to six years of imprisonment, while his 21-year-old son and 19-year-old daughter will likely receive one-to-two years of imprisonment. The youngest of the co-defendants, two 16 year olds including the victim's son, are likely to receive two years of probation, resulting in a return to their home in Korea, reports say. The 41-year-old woman's corpse was found in a room at Frankfurt's InterContinental Hotel in December 2015. The case trial has been taking place since October 2016. Video ID: 20170220- 046 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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Enlarge (credit: GHETTO UBER DRIVER ) After a former Uber engineer's blog post went viral over the weekend, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick vowed on Twitter that his company will begin an “urgent investigation” into newly public allegations of sexual harassment. 1/ What's described here is abhorrent & against everything we believe in. Anyone who behaves this way or thinks this is OK will be fired. https://t.co/6q29N7AL6Etravis kalanick (@travisk) February 20, 2017 Kalanick's comments came Sunday evening, hours after Susan J. Fowler, who had been a site reliability engineer, wrote on her blog that she experienced what amounted to institutional sexism within the company. The experience ultimately drove Fowler to quit. Fowler, who worked at Uber from November 2015 until December 2016, opened her piece with a sordid episode during her first few weeks of the company: Read 3 remaining paragraphs | Comments
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