Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government has ordered Canada Post to cease delivering a controversial publication that the government has deemed to be inconsistent with its “values and stance on inclusiveness and diversity.”
[...] “My decision is consistent with the applicable legislation and the government’s values and stance on inclusiveness and diversity," she added.
The minister based her decision on a Board of Review report which makes the case that Your Ward News has regularly published anti-Semitic, neo-Nazi material and so is tantamount to “hate propaganda.”
Add to the list of Trump administration investigations planned by Rep. Adam Schiff, incoming chairman of the House Intelligence Committee: a probe into whether acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker is doing anything to impede the special counsel.
Migrants living in a makeshift shelter in Tijuana made a run for the San Ysidro border crossing, after reportedly becoming fed up with conditions, and walked approximately half a mile in an attempt to confront US authorities with asylum requests. After police blocked a bridge, the migrants crossed the Tijuana River on foot to approach the port.
Following the clash, US Customs and Border Protection closed all north and southbound vehicle traffic, along with pedestrian crossings at the port of entry.
Yuma Sector Border Agents discovered footprints east of the Andrade port of entry Friday around 5:45 p.m., and suspected someone had illegally crossed the border. Agents called for assistance from CBP Air and a Marine helicopter.
Agents tracked the footprints for almost a mile before they located the suspected man near a tree. The man then scaled the tree, set it on fire and started throwing rocks at both the agents and helicopter. The agents and helicopter were not struck.
The man came down from the tree and was taken into custody.
The legally binding text covers the UK’s hefty “divorce bill,” citizens’ rights, and a number of measures to ensure there is no hard border between Northern Ireland and EU member state Ireland. Starting from March 2019, Britain will enter a transition period set to last until December 2020.
The second, a non-binding document, is a political declaration that outlines aspirations for the future, including maintaining trade relationships, common foreign and defense policies, as well as close ties in law enforcement and criminal justice.
Schiff told the Washington Post that he plans to investigate the murder of Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi, and furthermore Trump's dismissal of the CIA's high-confidence conclusion that Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was behind the plot. “We’ll look at what the intelligence community assessments are at any given time,” Schiff told the Post's liberal columnist Greg Sargent. “Then it will be quite clear whether the president is relying on the intelligence community and our best source of information or whether the president is representing something very different.” He further stated Trump's financial ties to Saudi Arabia would be of top interest. "There are a whole set of potential financial conflicts of interest and emoluments problems that Congress will need to get to the bottom of," Schiff added.
The documents are alleged to contain important information about Facebook decisions on data and privacy controls that led to the Cambridge Analytica scandal. The newspaper said they they include confidential emails between senior executives and correspondence with CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
Border Patrol agents in the Rio Grande Valley Sector stopped several criminal aliens and three gang members from making their way successfully into the U.S. interior. Those arrested included two child rapists, two killers, a member of the 18th Street gang and two MS-13 gang members.
The civil rights group is accusing police of targeting people of color when investigating gang violence, alleging Boston Police's system used to monitor gang members racially profiles, targets and investigates a disproportionate number of black and brown people who may not even belong to a gang.
Commissioner William Gross took to Facebook to express his discontent with ACLU "paper warriors," citing the civil rights advocates' lack of consideration for the efforts already underway to curb the issues at hand.
"How would they know, they are never in the streets but always hiding and waiting for a slow news day to justify their existence," Gross wrote on Facebook.
The overall stability of ReactOS has been improved as well in this release, meaning that the operating system and apps should crash less, resulting in fewer BSODs and a much smoother performance. ReactOS 0.4.10 also brings more detailed BIOS information to the ReactX Diagnostic Tool (dxdiag).
There was a stench of gas in Aleppo city after projectiles were fired, said Rami Abdurrahman, the head of Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
[...] The opposition fighters don’t have chemical weapons or the means to lab them, rebel commander Abdel-Salam Abdel-Razek said. On Twitter, he accused the government of staging the attack to frame the rebels.
[...] In the absence of independent monitors, it is difficult to corroborate gas attacks. But both sides of the conflict have accused each other throughout the war of using poison gas.
Here we go again. Something is terribly off about this situation. Assad was already in a safe position since the cease fire in Aleppo and Idlib took place in September. Only recently have things gotten a little tense since Aleppo has come under rebel attack again. But why would Assad want to gas his own people knowing that would cause outside intervention? Who really benefits from this? What geo-strategic value does the collapse of Syria have that others might benefit from? What is Genie Oil? Who is on the board of directors? Wasn't there a warning a few weeks back of the "white helmets" trying to stage something like this? Who funds them? Would an event of this magnitude take up airtime of an equal or greater event that might be detrimental to the Deep State? Who is in the news lately trying to convince Trump to not declassify FISA?
The Deputy Attorney General also highlighted “several prominent challenges to the rule of law” within INTERPOL and its member nations, including “the lawless attacks on Sergei and Yulia Skripal and Jamal Khashoggi” and “the disappearance of [former INTERPOL] President Meng Hongwei.” Such events, he said, “give rise to questions about whether our member countries abide by shared principles.” The Deputy Attorney General reminded INTERPOL member nations of their obligation to “support leaders and policies that promote international police coordination and preserve the rule of law—in practice, and not just in theory.”
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