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Activist Rebukes UN for Failure to Act Against ISIS Genocide

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Amal Clooney AP
Human rights attorney and activist Amal Clooney is calling on the United Nations to protect genocide victims in Iraq.
In a speech to the UN, she warned that the situation risks becoming another Rwanda unless the member states take action against ISIS.

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JUDGE REJECTS ACLU DEMAND FOR $231,000 FROM KIM DAVIS Who refused to register Gay Marriage

Case erupted when clerk refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples
A federal magistrate has rejected the ACLU’s demand for $231,000 in legal fees from Kim Davis, the famous county clerk in Kentucky who refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.A federal judge sent her to jail for six days for her refusal, but her case ended when she got exactly what she asked for: the removal of her name from marriage licenses.

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Kashmiri Indian Tanveer Hussain, 24, has been arrested for allegedly violating 12 year old girl in

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Senator Chuck Schumer pulled visa strings for Indian snowshoe racer, 24, who 'sexually abused a 12-year-old girl' while in the US for a contest after initially being denied a visa.Tanveer Hussain, 24, has been arrested for allegedly molesting . Police said the assault happened Monday in Saranac Lake, New York
Abid Khan, a fellow snowshoer from Kashmir, said the girl followed him and Hussain around in 'an affectionate way' during their stay in the village

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Woman behind Roe v. Wade: Helping legalize abortion was ‘the biggest mistake of my life’

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Today is the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the U.S. Supreme Court case that legalized abortion on demand in the U.S., and led to the deaths of countless millions of unborn babies.And yet, though the pro-abortion media and President Obama are celebrating the day, almost nobody is talking about the true story behind Roe v. Wade.And no wonder why. It's terribly inconvenient for the pro-abortion cause.One woman, Norma McCorvey, knows the true story all too well.

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