Bride of ISIS: From ‘happily ever after’ to hell

April 26, 2017

(CNN)Islam and Ahmed met online, looking for their “happily ever after” through a Muslim dating site. Fast forward four years — and three husbands – and she and her two small children are caught in limbo in northern Syria. Islam Mitat is from Morocco; Ahmed Khalil was originally from Kabul in Afghanistan, but had moved to the UK and become a British citizen by the time they met on Muslima.com. Replay More Videos … MUST WATCH Replay More …

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Happy Earth Day! Here Are All The Terrible Things Donald Trump Has Done So Far.

April 24, 2017

… of117 million Americans and the health of many species, including endangered birds and marine life. Food safety and industries from farming to recreation could also be at stake if the rule is thrown out. March 2, 2017: Methane emissions info scrapped Pruitt has come under scrutiny for his close ties to the fossil fuel industry connections that were clearly documented in a cache of emails released days after Pruitts confirmation as head of the EPA. Justin Merriman/Getty Images Science …

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How the Paris police shooting could shape the French election

April 21, 2017

… ensure the safety of our citizens,” he said in a statement. Fiches S The suggestion that the suspect, a French national, was already under surveillance by security services is expected to provide grist for politicians who look to criticize the government’s commitment to protecting its citizens. A source close to the investigation told CNN the suspect was “Fiches S,” or “S card,” indicating that he was regarded as a potential threat to national security. In …

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Dogs trained in Wales help fight rhino poaching in Africa – BBC News

April 16, 2017

… found. Mr Priddle said he was “massively proud” of the part they played in conservation. Once out on patrol, the dogs can cover nearly 10 miles (16km) before they need a break and Mr Priddle said they can hit a top speed of more than 30mph (50km/h) when pursuing a target. “I would imagine 99.9% of poachers are going to, upon sight of the dogs, instantly give up,” he added. “In the interest of their own personal safety it’s not going to be beneficial for them …

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An anatomically correct seat was installed to make a point about sexual harassment.

April 5, 2017

… public transit. Mexico’s capital has a bad reputation when it comes to women’s safety, the BBC reported. A global 2014 study found Mexico City was the worst in the world in terms of verbal and physical harassment experienced on public transit. But harassment is a problem on virtually every major city transit system including in the U.S. Last year, a survey of Washington, D.C., transit riders found 1 in 5 users had experienced sexual harassment during their commutes, with 28% of that …

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If Congress wants to put your browser history up for sale, why not buy theirs first?

April 5, 2017

… information that would affect someone’s safety and security. But other than that? Well, that’s a different story. “All other details are fair game,” Collins wrote. Thanks, Congress, for voting to put all of our private data up for sale! We cant wait to buy yours. https://t.co/t8pq3p470f Misha Collins (@mishacollins) March 28, 2017 In the rather likely event the campaign doesn’t hit the $500 million goal, Collins is going to donate whatever money the page …

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Sharp fall in prosecutions for death crash drivers – BBC News

April 2, 2017

… number of prosecutions and convictions. He supports the idea of a national investigation branch but says there is a now a very different approach to road safety. “It’s less focused on enforcement and prosecution, it’s more focused on what is in the public interest, in terms of educating the public, diverting them away from the court. “We need to learn how to keep ourselves safe on the roads, as oppose to prosecuting our way into a situation of better safety. “The …

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A huge sigh of relief on health care

March 29, 2017

(CNN)As House Speaker Paul Ryan pulled the Republican health care bill from voting, I could almost hear the giant sigh of relief from Atlanta and across the nation’s health care establishment. Hidden in the nooks and crannies of the American Health Care Act (AHCA) was a provision to eliminate $1 billion in disease prevention funds from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Those cheers I imagine I hear right now in Atlanta are huzzahs from the CDC headquarters. …

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