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Story: 17 Die in Attack on Somali Ministry of Education
Alshabaab terrorists attacked Somalia's ministry of higher education in Mogadishu, with a car bomb, bike bomb and automatic weapons, leaving 17 people dead.
The International New York Times published an inaccurate article written by Saad Hasan of The Express Tribune.
The Obama Administration are ramping up more low-to-middle income first-time homebuyers by lowering FHA requirements including lower insurance.


Why are there so many illegals coming over our borders? It is because an election win in 2016 is what Democrats have in mind, no matter what the consequences for America.
Senate President Andy Gardiner has now publicly given the 'green light' to committee hearings on the Campus Carry Bill (SB 176) despite his failing to endorse the legislation.
Kansas, in an attempt to fill a massive budget hole, is poised to pass a social services bill that will severely limit spending for those living on state assistance.


Today's boycott efforts, the vise that squeezes the Jews, looks different than the one in the early to mid 1900's. Today, it goes under the banner of BDS.
Why are there so many illegals coming over our borders? It is because an election win in 2016 is what Democrats have in mind, no matter what the consequences for America.


In addition to reacting to multiple training scenarios focused on containing situations quickly and with minimal force, Soldiers gained a solid understanding of the different equipment and capabilities.
Maj. Kopczynski will succeed Lt. Col. Marcus Thomas, who has served as the director since March, 2010.


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The internet is rapidly transforming the emerging markets that are the key to future growth and globally shared prosperity.
The update is scheduled to roll out this summer, which gives Microsoft plenty of time to clarify its position on offering a free upgrade to pirated copies of Windows 7 and 8.1.


In a recent poll commissioned by one of Amash's supporters, Club for Growth, The Hill reported the incumbent had a comfortable lead.
Some states have opted out of ObamaCare but this week seniors on social security are learning this will cost them $1200 per year in reduced payments.


Many see this as a trend of disenfranchised, antisocial misfits with no identity. We, the freedom lovers, paint them as narcissistic sociopathic orphans lacking empathy, and certainly there is some truth in the one sided approach.
The World Health Organization's polio vaccination program in Pakistan is causing gross human rights violations in the name of polio eradication.


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Abdulfatah Kalgaal who is a well-known visual impaired radio journalist in Mogadishu was arrested on Tuesday from his house in Wadajir district.
The prime accused in the recent rape of three women identified as Satyabir Dara, was an 8th Jat regiment jawan from Haryana. Dara shot himself with his service rifle
The International New York Times published an inaccurate article written by Saad Hasan of The Express Tribune.
A case was registered against Congress MLA, Rumi Nath, in Dispur Police station. She filed an anticipatory bail petition in Gauhati high court on April 9, after the arrest of her estranged second husband.

The Killing river originates from high altitude of Meghalaya and merges with the Kopili river near Nagaon district. The proposed dam will be constructed in the upper stream of the river within Karbi Anglong district.
This year's Railways National Programme is dedicated to the North Eastern Region and its people, and the opening of many rail lines confirms that.
The UNHCR raised concerns over the rising number of Somalis forced to leave their country.


And 'how the art world stopped thinking about inequality and learned to love the bling.'
Kevin James talks to Kam Williams about his role in the Paul Blart: Mall Cop sequel


The 24 hour strike call by several women's organizations in Karbi Anglong against the army rapes gained a lot of support from people, students and police.
Bobby Ramakant tells the story of another woman who braved the odds to establish herself as a farmer, after her husband disappeared, and was successful.


Hundreds of Tibetans living in northeast India assembled in Guwahati on the international human rights day to raise their voices against the rampant violation of rights in Tibet by Chinese authority.
Harrowing images emerged yesterday (October 23) of the self-immolation of Dorje Rinchen in the main street in Labrang (Chinese: Xiahe), a day after the self-immolation at Labrang monastery of Dhondup.
A young mother of two called Dolkar Kyi set fire to herself and died today near Tsoe Gaden Choeling monastery in Kanlho (Chinese: Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture) in Gansu Province (the Tibetan area of Amdo).


D.R. Prasai in Kathmandu recounts how Nepal formed from a collection of independent states and weathered the storms of the muslims and the imperialist East India Company.
Nepal is in the spotlight in the South Asian region for demonstrating high commitment to tobacco control and also acting on the ground.
Turkish Airlines flight 726 missed the runway while attempting to land at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. The front landing gear collapsed and the plane skidded.


A fundraising event is underway in an effort to raise funds for a commemorative memorial wall to be placed inside the Fort Homer Hesterly Armory.
In today's fast paced world, the sport of baseball needs to shorten the length of games. Pitch clocks will be tested in Double-A and Triple-A minor leagues this season.
Mr. Hollywood has been inducted into the Legends Lunch Hall of Fame along with longtime fan and 89 year old contributor Harry Smith.

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