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The deletions were carried out by a Colorado technology firm past year. In a separate letter also obtained by the AP, Chaffetz - the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee chairman - warned the Denver-based tech firm, Platte River Networks, that one of its engineers who deleted Clinton's electronic files a year ago could face federal charges of obstructing evidence for erasing the material.
  • University Implements Separate Housing to Provide Safe Space for Black Students

    University Implements Separate Housing to Provide Safe Space for Black Students

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    The decision comes nine months after the Black Student Union issued a set of demands for change to university officials, citing the frequent "racists attacks" faced by black students on campus. Among fourteen demands, the letter included requests for millions of dollars of endowments to the Black Student Union. The Halsi Scholars Black Living-Learning Community has opened approximately nine months after the CSULA Black Student Union issued a list of demands to the university, including a ...
  • Bruce Miller assault and Colin Kaepernick protest give 49ers tough week

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    Kaepernick's statement might be "tough for them to hear", said Obama. It's unclear exactly how many Kaepernick jerseys have been sold since he started the protest. Kaepernick's teammate Eric Reid and soccer star Megan Rapinoe took a knee while the national anthem was performed before their games. Since he began his protest against racial injustice two weeks ago, Kaepernick has sparked a national debate, not only about police brutality but also about how people should protest.
  • 'Iranians are not Muslims', says Saudi Arabia's Grand Mufti

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    The war of words on the eve of the mass pilgrimage will deepen a long-running rift between the Sunni kingdom and the Shi'ite revolutionary power. Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei blasted the "incompetence" of the Saudi royal family as he met with the families of victims of a deadly stampede during last year's hajj.
  • Philippines seeks three over deadly Davao blast

    Philippines seeks three over deadly Davao blast

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    Philippines police today were searching for three people wanted for questioning over the bombing of a night market in President Rodrigo Duterte's hometown blamed on an Islamic militant group. He warned of more attacks in coming days. "President Duterte is a much stronger leader than I am". Last week, the number of people killed since July 1 reached 2,400: About 900 died in police operations, they said, and the rest were "deaths under investigation", a term human rights activists say is a ...
  • Napoli, arsenale in auto parcheggiata

    Napoli, arsenale in auto parcheggiata

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    Dopo alcune verifiche, i militari hanno aperto la vettura e ispezionato il suo interno. Nello specifico, si tratta di armi in dotazione anche alle forze armate e di polizia , sia italiane che estere.
  • North Carolina Residents on Edge After Multiple Clown Sightings

    North Carolina Residents on Edge After Multiple Clown Sightings

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    It's unclear if the clown was male or female, Danielsen said. The Winston-Salem Journal reported that a clown with a machete tried to lure a woman into woods late Monday night. Police canvassed the area and did not find the clown. The "clown" had on white overalls, white gloves, red shoes with red bushy hair, a white face and a red nose, witnesses told police.
  • Iran's president: Saudi should be 'punished' for hajj deaths

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    More than 460 Iranians were among the thousands of pilgrims who died on September 24, 2015, in a crush in Mina, near Mecca, during the Hajj pilgrimage. Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Naif in comments on Monday rejected Iran's criticism of the kingdom's management of the pilgrimage, but did not respond directly to Khamenei's taunts.
  • Donna di Jesi trovata morta a Il Cairo, in Egitto: è suicidio?

    Donna di Jesi trovata morta a Il Cairo, in Egitto: è suicidio?

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    Secondo le prime ricostruzioni, la donna sarebbe precipitata da un balcone del sesto piano, ma la posizione del corpo - suggerisce Egypt Today - farebbe escludere l'ipotesi del suicidio , sostenuta invece dai media locali. Secondo il Messaggero, la polizia avrebbe presto tempo prima di far uscire la notizia per poter "sistemare le cose" in modo da non creare un nuovo caso Regeni.