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Tanzania elephant poachers kill British helicopter pilot A British helicopter pilot has been shot dead by elephant poachers in Tanzania, the conservation charity for which he was working has said. Wreckage of Capt Roger’s crashed helicopter. He was shot down and killed by a poacher with an AK 47 The Friedkin ... 01/30/2016 - 11:00 am | View Link
Protests in Burma over British backpacker murders verdict Protestors, including a Buddhist monk, display placards close to the Thai Embassy in Yangon, Myanmar (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe) A protestor displays a picture featuring Myanmar migrants Win Zaw Htun, right, and Zaw Lin near the Thai Embassy in Yangon ... 12/29/2015 - 12:08 am | View Link
British MP: Israel Fabricated Knife Attack Stories, Conservative Party Influenced By ‘Jewish Money’ Labour MP Sir Gerald Kaufman has allegedly accused Israel of fabricating some recent stories about knife attacks against Jews in Israel, and claimed the Conservative party is influenced by “Jewish money,” in a speech at a pro-Palestine event at ... 10/30/2015 - 5:01 am | View Link
Tunisia attack: One British woman killed in museum shooting The last two missing guests, Spanish couple Cristina Rubio Benlloch and Juan Carlos Sanchez Oltra, were found safe and sound after a night in hiding at the Bardo National Museum, Cristina, who is pregnant, was immediately taken into hospital for observation. 03/18/2015 - 1:07 am | View Link
James Foley: British Muslims urge cooperation in hunt for militant with 'London accent' who killed US journalist GlobalPost, the Boston-based online news publication that employed ... He died a day later at a Kiev hospital from his injuries. Verimiy had previously been injured covering the protests in Kiev when a stun gun exploded near him. The instability that ... 08/22/2014 - 3:33 am | View Link
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Escapers from Germany These are details of some of the men who successfully escaped from German POW camps, mostly in Germany or Poland, rather than any of the supposedly less well guarded ... 08/22/2016 - 1:09 pm | View Website
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Donald Trump's personal physician, Dr. Harold Bornstein, wrote a letter in December declaring Trump the "healthiest individual ever" to have a shot at the presidency, with "astonishingly excellent" test results. Speaking publicly about the letter for the first time on Friday evening, Bornstein revealed he wrote it in "five minutes" while his limo driver waited outside.
A federal judge on Friday placed a temporary injunction on enforcement of North Carolina's controversial bathroom law, H. B. 2, which requires people to use restrooms matching the sex listed on their birth certificate. U. S. District Judge Thomas Schroeder's ruling only applies to three transgender people at the University of North Carolina, one employee and two UNC students, who will now be allowed to use the bathroom of their choice on campus.
"North Carolina's peeping and indecent exposure statutes continue to protect the privacy of citizens regardless of" the bathroom law, Schroeder wrote, referencing fears that a bathroom free-for-all would be abused by criminals, "and there is no indication that a sexual predator could successfully claim transgender status as a defense against prosecution under these statutes."
North Carolina Gov.