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From Roe v Wade to Alabama: How America’s abortion laws have gone into reverse

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In 1973 America’s Supreme Court legalised abortion across the country through its ruling in the case of Roe v Wade.  After a series of challenges followed, the court reaffirmed its core ruling in Roe in another pivotal case in 1992, Casey v Planned Parenthood, but introduced the "undue burden" test….

Conservationists alarmed as Botswana lifts ban on elephant hunting 

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By Roland Oliphant, senior foreign correspondent  International efforts to stop the illegal ivory trade are likely to suffer after Botswana lifted its ban on elephant hunting, conservationists have warned.   The southern African country, which is home to the continent’s largest population of elephants, said on Thursday that it would resume…

Acting US secretary of defence contradicts Trump over North Korean missile test

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Acting US Secretary of Defence Patrick Shanahan has called North Korea’s recent short-range missile tests a violation of United Nations Security Council resolutions, becoming the latest senior official to contradict comments made by President Donald Trump.  “Let me just be clear: these were short range missiles. Those are a violation…

Putin to meet Pope in move that could pave way for historic Russia trip

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Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet Pope Francis next month, the Vatican said on Thursday, an encounter that could help pave the way for an historic papal trip to Russia. The Vatican said Putin, who will be on a state visit to Italy, will hold talks with the Argentinian-born pope on July 4. The meeting, their third…

Hong Kong extradition protests: How China’s response to a gruesome teenage murder backfired

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The extradition law that sparked Hong Kong’s largest protests in decades began with the gruesome discovery of the body of a young woman hidden among park bushes in the Taiwanese capital, Taipei, last March.  Click Here: cd universidad catolica Poon Hui-wing, 19, had been allegedly beaten and strangled by her…

Nationwide investigation launched into far-Right threats against German politicians 

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German authorities announced an investigation into far-Right violence against the state on Thursday after several politicians were sent death threats in the wake of the murder of a regional official. Berlin’s Criminal Investigation Office announced on Thursday that it had launched a nationwide investigation due to local officials in various parts…

What's New On Netflix: September 2019

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As days become shorter and crisp weather sets in, summer is starting to wind down. But don’t fret — throughout the month of September, Netflix is here to lift your spirits with a plethora of movies, TV series and original content for your streaming pleasure. In the coming weeks, brace…

Update on Bruce Prichard’s Upcoming Shows With Conrad Thompson

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Following the announcement that Bruce Prichard has been re-hired by WWE, several inquiries about the future of his popular podcast, Something To Wrestle, as well as their upcoming live shows was asked about. At this time, there is no concrete answer about the future of the podcast. However, Conrad Thompson…

Star To Miss New Japan Cup, US Visas Update, G1 Climax Tickets

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This year’s New Japan Cup is down one entrant as New Japan Pro Wrestling recently announced that David Finlay will be missing the tournament due to a left shoulder injury. He was scheduled to face Hiroyoshi Tenzan in the first round on March 10th. A replacement has not been announced…

Santa Clarita School Shooting: 6 Kids Shot In 16 Second-Attack

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SANTA CLARITA, CA — A 16-year-old boy marked his birthday by pulling a semiautomatic handgun from his backpack and opening fire on his classmates at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita Thursday morning. He killed one boy and one girl before turning the gun on himself, according to the Los…