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We are working with these volunteers who are assisting and integrating refugees, but we often have refugees there who say, OK, I'm anxious to go there alone, or, I'm fearing in this flat, and we have difficulties in this neighbourhood, and so on. In terms of who is behind this, is it far-right groups, or is it just thugs? Why are the numbers so high? I mean, a part of it is definitely done by far-right groups. But what we see is that, in many cases, local people are also trying to attack refugees, because they are not happy with refugees living in the neighbourhood.
ABC News - International
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TIME - Global Spin
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She was prepared for this, and she did not want to stop speaking out, because the killings were not stopping. Read More: T he Fighter: How Leila de Lima Ended Up Leading the Opposition to Rodrigo Duterte's Drug War Fearing the worst, de Lima traveled from the Senate to her home on Thursday evening to spend time with her family, expecting to have the night at home to prepare for her detention. But shortly after arriving at her house, members of her staff called her to inform her that the arresting officers were en route to take her in. She hastily returned to the Senate, where security officials negotiated with officers to wait until the morning to arrest her. She spent Thursday night in her office, meeting with her staff and well-wishers. She says she slept less than three hours and woke up at dawn, and at around 8 a.m., before a sea of television cameras and reporters, she went outside the Senate offices and surrendered herself to authorities.
InfoWars
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The Economic Times
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Mental Floss
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RT
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Brain damage among drinkers aged 50 and above has trebled in the last ten years, with experts fearing the issue is under-reported in the middle classes. Read Full Article at RT.com
Forbes
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RICKY GERVAIS was forced to stop a live show last night fearing he was suffering from a heart attack.
ABC News - International
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Antiwar.com News
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That ISIS already survived years as such a force, and managed to parlay the still serious sectarian tensions in Iraq into major territorial gains in the past has some provincial officials in Anbar fearing that before long they'll be back to square one, and ISIS will be back in charge of their cities. This was always a danger with no real effort made to resolve sectarian unrest in Iraq, and with the US continuing to urge the Iraqis on into new military offensives, Iraq has never taken the time after its liberation to try make reforms that would prevent an ISIS resurgence.
BBC News 24
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Texans will tell you they're God-fearing, cattle rearing straight-talking folk. Inside this arena it's strictly apolitical, but outside they don't mince their words. What do you think of the idea of a wall? Perfect. Why's that? Wall it up! We don't need the criminals in here. Wall it up! The wall will probably never happen just because of geography.
BBC News 24
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But there is so much ill will at the moment arriving in Mexico. But there is so Our correspondent James Cook reports from Texas where many migrants from Central America cross the border into the United States: It's rodeo season deep in the heart of Texas. This is a state with a proud heritage and tough people. Texans will tell you they're God-fearing, cattle rearing street-talking folk. Inside this arena it's strictly apolitical, but outside they don't mince their words.
BBC News 24
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Its rodeo season deep in the heart of Texas. This is a state with a proud heritage and tough people. Texans will tell you their God-fearing, cattle rearing street folk.
InfoWars
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Texas Hog Hunters Association VP: 'We dont think poison is the way to go.'
BBC News 24
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He sent this report. It's rodeo season deep in the heart of Texas. This is a state with a proud heritage and tough people. Texans will tell you they are God-fearing, cattle rearing, straight talking folk.
BBC News 24
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It's rodeo season deep in the heart of Texas. This is a state with a proud heritage and tough people. Texans will tell you they are God-fearing, cattle rearing, straight talking folk.
Bleacher Report
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The scopes that followed left Roy with a lack of cartilage, causing a painful bone-on-bone grind when he played. By the 2010-11 season, the knees began to fail Roy, contributing to a career low in games and minutes played. Unable to perform and fearing his degenerative knees could cause problems later in life, Roy walked away during the lockout-shortened 2011-12 season. He attempted a comeback a year later in Minnesota, the team that originally drafted him No. 6 overall, but another surgery sidelined him after just five games. After his body betrayed him, Roy officially retired at 28, after six seasons and 326 games, with a career average just shy of 19 points per game. Roy retreated into relative obscurity, where he found genuine comfort. He's taken time over the last few years to enjoy family life, be around his two children and not dwell too much on why his playing career had been stripped from him.
Al Jazeera
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Open Culture
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A quick fyi: this video is a little not safe for work. You know you want to create something, but how on Earth to get it out of your mind and into reality? Sometimes you simply can’t see the way forward, a situation in which every creator finds themselves sooner or later. When the sculptor Eva Hesse hit a creative block in 1965, she wrote of her problem to a close friend, the conceptual artist Sol Lewitt . He emphatically suggested that she “just stop thinking, worrying, looking over your shoulder,” and furthermore that she stop wondering, doubting, fearing, hurting, hoping for some easy way out, struggling, grasping, confusing, itching, scratching, mumbling, bumbling, grumbling, humbling, stumbling, numbling, rambling, gambling, tumbling, scumbling, scrambling, hitching, hatching, bitching, moaning, groaning, honing, boning, horse-shitting, hair-splitting, nit-picking, piss-trickling, nose sticking, ass-gouging, eyeball-poking, finger-pointing, alleyway-sneaking, long waiting, small stepping, evil-eyeing, back-scratching, searching, perching, besmirching, grinding, grinding, grinding away at yourself.
The Sun Daily
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Chuah said the shots were fired from a 9mm pistol and described the suspects as being a “danger to society”. “These are dangerous people, we do not know if they are hired killers,” he said and urged those who have recorded the incident to share their recordings with the police to assist in the manhunt. Chuah also said he was not aware if the victim had lodged police reports fearing for her life and that no weapons were recovered from the car. “We have some leads, we hope to solve the case as soon as possible,” he added.
Voice Of America
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" The new guidelines also call for enforcement of a seldom-used law that lets the U.S. send people caught trying to cross the Mexican border back to Mexico for detention, no matter what country they originally came from. Approximately 750,000 undocumented immigrants who were brought to the United States as children — known as "dreamers" — are unaffected by the expanded policies. Approach to DACA Last week, Trump told the media during a news conference he plans to deal with those covered by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program "with heart," a subject he called "very, very tough." "You have some absolutely incredible kids, I would say, mostly," Trump said. "I find it very, very hard doing what the law says exactly to do, and you know the law is rough." But immigration groups and civil libertarians say millions of people will be terrified to step out of their front doors, fearing they could be arrested and deported for no clear reason.
Plymouth Herald
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A bus driver took his life into his own hands when he jumped off his bus and ran across a busy road to save a stray dog.Astonished passengers watched on as the Citybus driver pulled over on Embankment Road during Monday's lunchtime rush hour.The dog, thought to be a Labrador Retriever, ran into the busy road but the driver dashed down the grass bank after him fearing he would run into the oncoming traffic.When he caught the dog he rang the number engraved on the canine's collar. The chivalrous...