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Nba Notebook Milwaukee Police Apologize For Arrest Tasing Of Bucks Brown

Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales apologized Wednesday for the actions of the officers who tased and arrested Milwaukee Bucks guard Sterling Brown in January....

Nigerias Military Committed War Crimes Crimes Against Humanity Amnesty

ABUJA – Nigeria’s military has committed war crimes and crimes against humanity including torture, rape and killing civilians during its fight against...

Germanys Far-right Afd Offers Members Cash To Travel To Protest

BERLIN – The anti-immigrant Alternative for Germany is offering some members money to go to a rally in Berlin on Sunday where they will protest against mass...

Egyptian Orphans Score With Football Academy

CAIRO – An Egyptian sports academy is looking for the country’s next big football star among orphans and street children, hoping to give them a shot at...

Uber Widens Health Cover In Europe As New Ceo Meets Frances Macron

PARIS – Uber plans to offer all its European drivers an upgraded version of the health insurance it already provides in France in a drive to attract independent...

A Year After Extremist Siege Philippine Families Seek Closure

MARAWI CITY, Philippines – Mahid Radia’s last glimpse of his parents was when he and his children were fleeing their home amid gunfire, explosions and the...

Taking A Knee Nfl Owners Debate Anthem Policy

NFL owners are still debating where they stand collectively on the issue of players refusing to stand individually. At the league meeting in Atlanta on Tuesday, no...

Myanmar Judge Allows Documents Police Say Came From Reuters Reporters Phones

YANGON – A Myanmar judge on Tuesday allowed the submission of evidence police say they obtained from the mobile phones of two Reuters reporters arrested in...

Saudi Arabia Expands Crackdown On Womens Rights Activists

RIYADH – Saudi Arabia has arrested at least three more women’s rights activists in a widening crackdown just weeks before a ban on women driving is set to...

As Us Shrinks Refugee Operations New Arrivals In Kansas Town Lose A Lifeline

GARDEN CITY, Kansas – In his first whirlwind weeks in the United States, Wimber Htoo, 23, racked up a list of accomplishments. He learned to use the bus, applied...