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White House Has Paperwork Ready For Joe Arpaio Pardon, CNN Reports

Posted on 23. Aug, 2017 by in International

White House Has Paperwork Ready For Joe Arpaio Pardon, CNN Reports

CNN reports paperwork has already been prepared for U.S. President Donald Trump to pardon former sheriff Joe Arpaio when Trump makes the final decision to approve the move. An administration official said the White House has also prepared talking points to send to surrogates after Arpaio is pardoned, the report said. Officials told CNN Trump’s talking points will stress Arpaio served his country for 50 years in the military, the Drug Enforcement Administration and as Arizona's Maricopa County sheriff, and it is not appropriate to send him to prison for "enforcing the law" and "working to keep people safe." Arpaio, an early Trump supporter, was found guilty in July of criminal contempt for...

Hurricane Watch Issued Over Tropical Storm Harvey That Threatens Gulf Coast

Posted on 23. Aug, 2017 by in International

Hurricane Watch Issued Over Tropical Storm Harvey That Threatens Gulf Coast

Tropical storm Harvey that seemed to be fizzling out over the weekend has it made its way across the Caribbean and regained intensity on Wednesday, blooming into a very wet tropical depression as it moved across the warm waters in the Bay of Campeche, according to USA Today. National Hurricane Center forecasters said in a morning advisory that brought sustained winds topped at 35 mph (56.3 kph) while the depression headed to the northwest at a speed of 9 mph (14.5kph). The storm was currently at about 535 miles southeast of Port O'Connor, which triggered hurricane and storm surge watches from the south Texas coast to north of Houston. The current forecast says that the storm could...

Britain says top EU court could still have role after Brexit

Posted on 23. Aug, 2017 by in International

Britain says top EU court could still have role after Brexit

More LONDON (AP) — The European Union's highest court could still carry weight in Britain after Brexit even though the country will leave its "direct jurisdiction," the U.K. government said Wednesday. Prime Minister Theresa May's government has repeatedly said Britain will no longer be bound by rulings of the Luxembourg-based European Court of Justice once it quits the bloc in...

Philippine Police Conduct Door-To-Door Drug Tests In Poor Neighborhood in Manila

Posted on 23. Aug, 2017 by in International

Philippine Police Conduct Door-To-Door Drug Tests In Poor Neighborhood in Manila

Police began knocking on doors in a poor neighborhood in Manila to compel citizens to take on-the-spot drug tests — an operation condemned by many human rights activists, according to Reuters. Police were alongside community officials, carrying drug testing kits and went to houses asking residents if they were willing to submit urine samples, the report said. Payatas — a heavily populated sub-district in the capital’s Quezon City neighborhood — was recognized as a crime-prone area with a serious drug problem, the report said. Community officials said they asked for help from police and the testing was voluntary. Many Payatas residents died during President Rodrigo Duterte's 14-month-old war...