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'A draft is there to put bodies on the front lines to take the hill. It is there to get more people to rip the enemies' throats out and kill them,' – former Marine.
In the wake of the Pentagon fully embracing gender equality, a House of Representatives committee narrowly approved a measure requiring women to register for Selective Service, the US military draft system.
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'Financial burden'
Receiving refugees could cost Germany up to €400 billion, says a new study conducted exclusively for the Zeit newspaper. The government reportedly expects 3.6 million refugees by 2020, with about half a million people arriving each year.
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Russia doesn't have a refugee crisis
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'Could collapse at any time’ 
Acknowledging the increasingly shaky state of the ceasefire in Syria, the UN’s special envoy to the country has expressed hope that Russia and the US can breathe a new impetus that will halt fighting on the ground and solidify the political transition process.
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None of the 16 will be court martialed, but one officer was suspended from command and was removed from Afghanistan. 
Sixteen US service members were disciplined for their roles in the deadly strike on a Doctors Without Borders hospital in Afghanistan last October. The Pentagon is set to release an investigation into the bombing on Friday.
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'The most serious mistake of my life and I regret it'
Three of Angela Merkel’s fellow party members have been exposed for chanting right-wing slogans and showing off badges bearing Nazi swastikas. The ugly events of a decade ago have caused a fresh scandal in the chancellor’s CDU party.
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She is lower at least the SS stuck with their comrades she betrays them.
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Saudi Arabia isn't ready to allow women to drive cars, a powerful prince has announced, dismissing suggestions that the ban would soon be lifted.
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Got slavery?
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Replica was 'a dead-on ringer' for a real weapon – Police Chief.
A 13-year-old boy was shot by Baltimore police who said they believed he was holding a firearm, though the weapon turned out to be a toy replica handgun.
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Otro niño muerto por un polisia que nos pasa
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'Just in case of nuke accident'
Belgian officials have grown so worried about the country’s nuclear power plants that the government has been advised to let everyone living within a 100-kilometer radius of the plants be issued with iodine pills. This is basically the entire population.
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WE need CHANGE in Everything, Everywhere
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Let’s all jump aboard the crazy train (Op-Edge by Robert Bridge)
For Americans, a simple trip to a public restroom is turning into a potentially hazardous adventure as radical new laws are allowing men who 'self-identify' as women to gain access to ladies’ bathrooms and changing facilities.
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'Thank you to all for the wonderful reviews of my foreign policy speech' - Trump
Germany’s Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier says US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s “America first” foreign policy views are contradictory, and doubts the billionaire would be able to implement the changes he wants if elected.
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Be like an earthquake hit with all that American cash owing from past investments with global partners. 
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'The men say they are sorry and that they wouldn't have done this if they weren't drunk'
Shocking video has been published online which shows the moment that a British family was attacked during a vacation in Thailand. Two of the victims were elderly.
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I guess visiting low level areas has consequences, and you just leave your life in God's hands. I guess you can pretty much tell what He will do with it.
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Livingstone refused to apologize for his comments
Former London mayor Ken Livingstone has been suspended from the Labour party after he said Hitler had supported Zionism, during an interview where he defended a colleague accused of anti-semitism.
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When did Britain start associating anti Zionism to anti Semitic ? This is just another anti Israel politician being thrown out of labour . 
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