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Millions In India Face Uncertain Future After Being Left Off Citizenship List: NPR

Tobiron Nessa, 45, is the only member of her immediate family whom the Indian government recognizes as a citizen. Her husband and five children have all been left off the National Register of Citizens, even though she says all Indian birth certificates.                                                                            Furkan Latif Khan / NPR                                       hide caption toggle caption Furkan Latif Khan / …

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Trump can underestimate Iran's decision to resist nuclear sanctions

Breaking News Emails Get urgent news alerts and special reports. May 10, 2019, 13:26 UTC By Andrea Mitchell WASHINGTON – As Secretary of State Mike Pompeo acted as secretary, the drums of war against Iran on Thursday and American warships sang against the region, asked a reporter president Donald Trump if there is a risk of military confrontation. After the …

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Taylor University student starts "I like Mike" campaign in support of Pence

After an unexpected general backlash when Vice President Pence was dropped as an opening speaker, a college student in Taylor started a "I like Mike" campaign to show the overwhelming majority at the little Christian college in rural Indiana, supporting the state's former governor. 19659002] David Muselman, 20, a curious finance manager from Berne, told Fox News he started the …

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Iran news: As US B-52 bombers reach region, Iranian Revolutionary Guard commander says today US "will not dare" attack

The face-off between Iran and the United States went to escalate on Friday as the Islamic Republic's elite Revolutionary Guards goaded the trump administration with a landing, just a day after American B-52 bombers landed in the region. CBS News senior national defense correspondent David Martin said Thursday that all four B-52 Stratofortress bombers ordered to the Persian Gulf at …

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Trade talks, Chelsea Manning, North Korea, Colorado school shooting, moon mission: 5 things to know for today

first Trade talks Well now it's getting real. The Trump administration raised tariffs on $ 200 billion worth of Chinese imports just after midnight. The tariffs went from 10% to 25%. China promised it will hit back. US and Chinese negotiators will resume trade talks later today in Washington. US consumers haven't really felt the bite of tariffs so far, …

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Brexit makes England even more divided

The locals laugh laughably at their sight, because they fondly remember what once stood there before the deal – a famous Yale lock factory. "If you have to put it on the wall, Willenhall is not wonderful – you don't have to convince yourself," says Roger Wilcox, a local resident, with a joke. This small town is about 15 miles …

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