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A second man was found under the car's back seats.
The latest example of extreme and potentially deadly risks taken by people flooding into Europe amid the continent's biggest refugee crisis since World War II.
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Global warming may be an issue for all of America, but it's happening twice as fast in the Alaskan Arctic, where President Obama is on a historic mission this week to highlight climate change.
Alaskan villages like Shishmaref are slipping into the sea, but where can they move?
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In fairness to poor Brian I do wish the President well and God bless America! It's the " our President is doing well " that merits hearty laughter!

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"I am well aware of the pressure that has led [women] to this decision," he wrote in the announcement. "I know that it is an existential and moral ordeal."
"I am well aware of the pressure that has led [women] to this decision," the pontiff wrote. "I know that it is an existential and moral ordeal."
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After driving the dolphins into a cove, fishermen drag them to the shoreline, drive a sharp spike into their spinal cords, and butcher them for human consumption.
Dolphin hunting in Japan is on the decline, but it appears to be on the rise in other parts of the world.
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this is terrible but this is exactly how meat ends up on iur plates
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Dr. Wayne Dyer, the self-help guru whose best-seller "Your Erroneous Zones" was adopted by millions as a guide to better living, has died at 75, his family and publisher said Sunday.
Dyer wrote "Your Erroneous Zones," a best-seller for 64 weeks, and claimed to have treated his own leukemia through remote "psychic surgery."
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In the Des Moines Register/Bloomberg Politics poll, Sanders is now polling just seven points behind Democratic front runner Hillary Clinton. Trump, meanwhile, has seen a remarkable reversal in both his support and popularity in Iowa since May. 
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and businessman Donald Trump — the two biggest anti-establishment candidates in the Democratic and Republican presidential primary fields, respectively — have seen their support surge, according to a new survey of voters likely to participate in the Iowa caucus.
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+Matthew Travis accept* and yes i agree
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Migrants chanting "Freedom! Freedom!" congregated outside the station after being pushed out of the building, joining hundreds more in what has become a transit zone and place of refuge for those fleeing Syria's war and other hot spots.
Hungary suspended all rail traffic from its main terminal in Budapest and cleared the train station of hundreds of migrants trying to board trains.
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+Hannibal EnemyofRome

you're wrong that piece of shit President Bush is the one who caused all this


Iraq in the Middle East had nothing to do with 911 Twin Towers attack

it was nineteen Saudi nationals
President Bush holds hands with the Saudi's on his Texas ranch everyday

you need to fucking know what you're goddamn Talking about

Bush is to blame for all the unrest in the middle EAST

remember what
Saddam Hussein said

Prepare for the
Mother of all Wars

and the people who attacked us got away with it


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Kim Davis, the clerk for Rowan County, who says that her personal Christian objections preclude her from issuing licenses to gay couples, declined the licenses to two men and two women.
"We're not leaving until we have a license," a man told her.
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+David Bennett Oh, no! its the grammar police on G+. A true sign that you have nothing in that little head of yours.

Sorry I said something to offend you SWEETIE, are you gonna cry for me? I'd be a shame if your keyboard got wet. Poor Baby.
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The European Union could soon fund and set up new reception facilities for asylum-seekers in Hungary as it is already doing in Italy and Greece, its migration commissioner said on Monday.
The European Union could soon fund and set up new reception facilities for asylum-seekers in Hungary as it is already doing in Italy and Greece.
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Mount McKinley — the name given a century ago in honor of Republican President William McKinley, a native Buckeye who was assassinated in 1901 — will now be known as Denali, or "the high one" in the language of Alaska's indigenous Athabascan people.
Alaskans have been advocating for a return to Denali for years. But Ohioans, who helped deliver the presidency to Obama in 2008 and 2012, pushed back.
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Ms. Johnson's comment above makes a lot of sense to me. It reflects the purpose of government, and for that matter, life: coming together, not apart, with respect.
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Wes Craven, who haunted the nightmares of two generations of teenagers — and their parents — with his creation of Freddy Krueger in the "Nightmare on Elm Street" films, died Sunday in Los Angeles, his family said in a statement.
Craven, who haunted the nightmares of two generations of teenagers, was 76 and had brain cancer, his family said.
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Soooo sad.. now we have nobody to scare us professionally.
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"Syrians here are suffering. What can I say, thank God I am living in a room but there are Syrians living on the street," he said. "There are 1,500 kids on the streets. I hope that what happened to me with this campaign can happen to every kid on the street."
A refugee dad who triggered worldwide compassion when he was pictured selling pens while carrying his sleeping daughter has spoken out.
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+Dianna Barber to ashamed to admit it huh?
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