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    Neo-Nazis rally with burning swastika in Georgia after anti-racism protesters arrested - Boston News

    Several counter-protesters were arrested Saturday after a neo-Nazi rally in Newnan, Georgia. After the arrests, the neo-Nazis reportedly went to Draketown, Georgia, where they burned a swastika. Read more via The Boston Globe – https://ift.tt/2Jq0TwK Get more World News
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    Breaking: Trump Invites Buhari To Washington – P.M.EXPRESS

    President Muhammadu Buhari will be the guest of United States President Donald Trump on 30 April in Washington, the White House announced on Sunday. According to the statement, Trump will discuss issues such as promoting economic growth and fighting terrorism with Buhari. “The relationship of...
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    Sports Tyler Hilinski of Washington State Found Dead in Apparent Suicide

    Photo Tyler Hilinski started for Washington State in the Holiday Bowl against Michigan State last month. Credit Denis Poroy/Associated Press Tyler Hilinski, a Washington State quarterback who played in eight games for the Cougars last season, was found dead in an apartment on Tuesday with what...
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    Politics U.S. Invites 19 Northern Governors To Washington

    United States Institute of Peace (USIP) has extended invitation to 19 Northern states governors to spend three days in Washington DC next week. They will be participating in the Northern Nigeria Governors’ Symposium from October 18 to 21 with civic leaders from the Senior Working Group of...
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    World Teens Sentenced for Kidnapping 87-year Old Grandmother

    An 87-year-old woman kidnapped by her great-grandson and his friend told them to "behave yourself in prison" as they were sentenced to years behind bars for the bizarre crime. According to Fox News, Hazel Abel was snatched from her home, bound and gagged, stuffed into the trunk of her car...
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    World Over 3,000 Prisoners Mistakenly Freed Early

    An error by Washington state's Department of Corrections that resulted in wrongly calculated sentences for about 3 percent of the prison population led to the early release of more than 3,000 prisoners in the state since 2002, Yahoo news reported. At a news conference, last Tuesday, announcing...