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No federal charges for Louisiana police in shooting of Alton Sterling

The U.S. Justice Department has decided not to charg. Photo of Alton Sterling courtesy of Facebook. The Justice Department is expected to officially announce findings today into the investigation into the fatal shooting of Alton Sterling, a black man whose death by a Baton Rouge police officer was captured on cell phone footage last summer.


Nicola Sturgeon accuses Labour of copying SNP's polices

Nicola Sturgeon accuses Labour of copying SNP's polices

She said the Labour mandate released by Jeremy Corbyn's party today, including free tuition, ending bedroom tax and to get rid of parking charges, was "familiar in Scotland" because the SNP had already delivered the same policies. The Scottish Government put forward proposals at the end of a year ago in an attempt to create a bespoke Brexit deal for Scotland - where the vote to remain was 62% - but Ms Sturgeon said they were "dismissed out of hand by the Prime Minister".


Detention of American Christian in North Korea 'concerning' - White House

Detention of American Christian in North Korea 'concerning' - White House

Their ministry also works to bring to light the true stories and plights of North Koreans and believers there. The State Department advises Americans against traveling to North Korea, warning of "the serious risk of arrest and long-term detention under North Korea's system of law".


Macron Flexes Muscle in France as He Demands EU Protect Workers

Macron Flexes Muscle in France as He Demands EU Protect Workers

Marine Le Pen needs to learn the lessons from her French presidential election defeat to Emmanuel Macron and accept that her National Front (FN) party must drop its policy of quitting the euro, one of her top aides said on Thursday. Valls", Jean-Paul Delevoye, who chooses Macron's party's candidates, told Europe 1 radio on Wednesday. Hamon vowed to "rebuild the left" with a new "broad-based movement", while saying he meant to remain a member of the Socialist Party.



Trump Gave Classified Info To Russians During White House Visit

Sergey Kislyak. Danny Yatom, the former director of Israel's spy agency Mossad, warns that even if Trump didn't reveal the source - which McMaster said the president didn't know at the time of the conversation with the Russian officials - or methods of how the USA obtained the intelligence, it could still put the source in danger.



BC Liberals win minority government

With B.C.'s 87 ridings, a party requires 44 seats to form a majority. In every case, the BC Liberals suffered significant losses, in some cases thousands of votes. Solomon initially thought Grade 4 and 5 students might be too young for the vote, but she's since changed her mind. Weaver heralded the breakthrough of his candidates on Vancouver Island.