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California professor on paid leave for anti-Trump tweet

California professor on paid leave for anti-Trump tweet

Professor Lars Maischak is on voluntary leave from his post as a lecturer and researcher at the university, the school's president said in a letter to students, staff and faculty Tuesday. Tweets from February which included him stating that Trump should "hang" were brought to light in an article by Breitbart News , a far-right news and opinion website.


Jaitley may take up H-1B visa issue with US authorities

Jaitley may take up H-1B visa issue with US authorities

The Finance Minister will reach Washington early on April 20. Jaitley will be accompanied by his officials at the finance ministry including economic affairs secretary Shaktikanta Das, chief economic adviser Arvind Subramanian and Reserve Bank of India governor Urjit Patel, at the spring meeting.


Canada police charge woman with smuggling refugees from US

Canada police charge woman with smuggling refugees from US

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police says a 43-year-old woman driving north into the Canadian prairie province of Saskatchewan was arrested after being stopped Friday with nine people from West Africa in her vehicle. Michelle Omoruyi has been charged with human smuggling and conspiracy to commit human smuggling. Simultaneously on April 14, United States Border Patrol Grand Forks Sector arrested several subjects in relation to this investigation.



MPs clear way for general election on June 8

The chief of the EU executive Jean-Claude Juncker and British Prime Minister Theresa May had a phone call on Tuesday evening, following May's call for early elections in June, a European Commission spokesman told a news conference. Many of Labour's traditional working-class supporters voted to leave the EU, particularly in areas that have experienced a large influx of eastern European immigrants in recent years.



Protesters March Against Le Pen

Getting the crowd to boo the European Union and its border-free Schengen area that she would take France out of if elected, Le Pen said: "Mass immigration is not an opportunity for France, it's a tragedy for France ". The right-wing candidate said that if she won the French presidential elections, she would impose a "moratorium on all legal immigration" to "stop this delirium that is sinking us".


Police call Fresno shooting a hate crime, not terrorism

Police call Fresno shooting a hate crime, not terrorism

Dyer said Muhammad fired at least 16 rounds from a large-caliber handgun in less than a minute at four downtown Fresno locations at about 10.45 am local time before he was spotted running through the streets by a police officer. Police are searching for the revolver Muhammad said he tossed into a pile of clothing. "He does not like white people, and he has anti-government sentiments", the chief said, adding that the Federal Bureau of Investigation had been alerted.