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Immigration advocates denounce DHS plan to implement Trump executive orders

Immigration advocates denounce DHS plan to implement Trump executive ordersImmigration policy experts lashed out Tuesday at the Department of Homeland Security?s plan to implement President Trump?s executive orders on immigration. ?In my many years of practicing immigration law, I have not seen a mass deportation blueprint like this one,? Marielena Hincapié, executive director of the National Immigration Law Center, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit that advocates for the rights of low-income immigrant families, said in a conference call with reporters. In two memos issued Tuesday, DHS Secretary John Kelly laid out sweeping new guidance for officers tasked with carrying out the president?s immigration policies.


Meet the 22-year-old fighting Trump?s terror talk about Sweden from the country?s official Twitter feed

Meet the 22-year-old fighting Trump?s terror talk about Sweden from the country?s official Twitter feedBefore President Trump?s reference on Saturday to a terror attack in Sweden, the biggest story in Stockholm was this one: a report about the so-called ?fake news? industry published by Dagens Nyheter, a Swedish newspaper. ?You look at what?s happening last night in Sweden,? the president said to his supporters at a campaign-style rally in Melbourne, Fla., on Saturday. ?Sweden, who would believe this?? Trump later explained he was watching a Fox News segment that featured a documentary filmmaker accusing the Swedish government of covering up an immigration-related crime wave there.


Malaysia names North Korean diplomat wanted for questioning in murder case

Malaysia names North Korean diplomat wanted for questioning in murder caseBy Rozanna Latiff KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - Malaysian police on Wednesday named a North Korean diplomat along with a state airline official who are wanted for questioning over the murder of Kim Jong Nam, the estranged half-brother of North Korea's leader. Kim Jong Nam, 46, was killed at Kuala Lumpur International Airport on Feb. 13, while preparing to board a flight to Macau, where he lived in exile with his family under the protection of Beijing. South Korean and U.S. officials believe the killing of the elder half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un was an assassination carried out by agents of the North.


Iceland's President said he would ban pineapple on pizza if he could

Iceland's President said he would ban pineapple on pizza if he couldPineapple on pizza: you love it, or you hate it so much you use your power as president of a small country to make it literally illegal. In what's being called a "political bombshell" by Iceland Magazine,  President of Iceland Gušni Th. Jóhannesson said he would ban pineapple as a topping on pizzas? if he were allowed to pass laws on his own. SEE ALSO: Trump thinks something terrible happened in Sweden, so here come the IKEA and ABBA jokes The incendiary comments were in response to questions from students about where he stood on the concept of pineapple as a topping while visiting a local high school. Word of his controversial opinion quickly spread across the internet, where it began trending on Twitter. With a debate as contentious as this one, everybody had to get a word in. not only does iceland use entirely renewable energy but their president is also a WOKE BAE pic.twitter.com/EkGbjmwHL1 ? eva (@myIoveiscooI) February 21, 2017 Emotions flared. you can all stay in Iceland as well so us pineapple on pizza lovers can live in peace and tastiness pic.twitter.com/UOZ3g5shNp ? Luke Brooks (@luke_brooks) February 21, 2017 Brands are even taking to Twitter to make their stance on the issue known.  No ban here ? pic.twitter.com/vmSJw5F1ew ? DiGiorno Pizza (@DiGiornoPizza) February 21, 2017 Long after the last pineapple is thrown into the Icelandic sea, DiGiorno Pizza's Last Stand will be remembered: "No ban here ? ." BONUS: Snap's Spectacles


'Making a Murderer' prosecutor on what he would have done differently in the Steven Avery investigation

'Making a Murderer' prosecutor on what he would have done differently in the Steven Avery investigationKen Kratz, the former special prosecutor in the murder trials of Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey, spoke to Yahoo News and Finance Anchor Bianna Golodryga about his new book, "Avery: The Case Against Steven Avery and What 'Making a Murderer' Gets Wrong.' When asked if he regrets having local investigators' involved in the case while they were also being sued by Avery, he said, "You can look back, and would I have rather now had somebody else? Sure." He noted that the resources available at the time made that very difficult, and that they were not the only officers involved.


Azerbaijan?s President Makes His Wife Second in Command

Azerbaijan?s President Makes His Wife Second in CommandAutocratic relationship goals.


The Latest: Russian UN diplomat's death needs further study

The Latest: Russian UN diplomat's death needs further studyNEW YORK (AP) ? The Latest on the death of Russia's ambassador to the United Nations (all times local):


Texas Hunters Who Claimed They Were Shot by 'Illegal Aliens' Actually Shot Each Other: Cops

Texas Hunters Who Claimed They Were Shot by 'Illegal Aliens' Actually Shot Each Other: CopsThe hunters had falsely claimed they were ambushed by illegal immigrants, authorities said.


 
 
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