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Source: Fox News

'Impossible' discovery found on remote island off African coast: A 'lost part of the world'

Tuesday 04:14 GMT

Researchers have found rocks on a small island between Madagascar and the eastern coast of Africa, a discovery that has been described as mysterious for one very important reason — they shouldn't be there.

The quartzite makes up one half of a mountain on Anjouan island, a 400-square-mile island that is part of the Comoros Islands. Like the Hawaiian island chain, Anjouan formed due to volcanic eruptions, which makes the presence of quartzite on the island all the more interesting.

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Source: The Guradian

Christchurch suspect: Europe investigates possible far-right links

Tuesday 09:55 GMT

Authorities in Europe are working to establish whether the man suspected of carrying out the most deadly terrorist attack in New Zealand’s history had any links to far-right groups on the continent.

The “manifesto” published online in the minutes before Tarrant’s alleged attack on two mosques in Christchurch on Friday, which left 50 people dead, claimed that it was while travelling through western Europe in 2017 that his views on immigration “dramatically changed”.

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Source: The Guradian

'I was raised an American': Liberians await possible deportation from US

Wednesday 01:30 GMT

Like many of the thousands of Liberians in the US who face possible deportation at the end of this month, Nyensuahtee Fofana, 23, is anxiously awaiting any sign the Trump administration might reverse course.

Fofana is one of an estimated 4,000 Liberians in the US through Deferred Enforced Departure (DED), a temporary status determined by the president. Starting in 1991, people fleeing civil war in Liberia were granted either Temporary Protective Status (TPS) or DED, both of which provide a work permit but not a path to citizenship.

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Source: The Guradian

Ten days to Brexit: what happens if the UK does not leave on 29 March?

Wednesday 11:46 GMT

Currently we do not know when, or if, Brexit will take place; if it does happen then under what, if any deal; or even, after John Bercow’s ruling, whether the government can put its plan again to MPs if it wants to do so.

Parties are prepared for a possible backlash from leave voters if the polls do take place, with both Ukip and Nigel Farage’s new Brexit party pledging to put up full slates of candidates.

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Source: Fox News

Obama WH counsel faces possible prosecution in Mueller-initiated probe

Wednesday 20:54 GMT

In January, Skadden agreed to cooperate with the DOJ's registration requirements and paid $4.6 million in a settlement to avoid a criminal prosecution.

Craig worked as White House Counsel from 2009 to 2010, and previously worked in the Clinton administration on impeachment matters. Mueller referred the Craig case to New York federal prosecutors, apparently because it fell outside his mandate of determining whether the Trump campaign coordinated with Russia.

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Source: DW

Somalia: Amnesty International accuses US forces of possible war crimes

Wednesday 23:39 GMT

A damning new report by Amnesty International accuses US military forces of killing at least 14 civilians and injuring eight others in Somalia over the past two years.

Amnesty's Senior Crisis Advisor on Arms and Military Operations, Brian Castner, has accused US forces of installing a "shroud of secrecy" concerning its military role in Somalia, and described the civil war as "a smokescreen for impunity."


“Four hostile newspapers are more to be feared than a thousand bayonets...” ― Napoléon Bonaparte