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Yemenis shelter from airstrikes, battles in capital

Yemenis shelter from airstrikes, battles in capital

Yemeni rebels killed their erstwhile ally Ali Abdullah Saleh, the country’s former president and strongman, as their forces battled for control of the capital, Sanaa, officials said. The collapse of their alliance throws Yemen’s nearly 3-year-old civil war into unpredictable new chaos. The circumstances of Saleh’s death were unclear but Houthi officials said their forces caught up with him as he tried to flee Sanaa. A video circulating online purported to show Saleh’s body, his eyes open but gl…
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White nationalist held on Charlottesville charge given bond

A white nationalist who says he pepper-sprayed a demonstrator in self-defense on the campus of the University of Virginia has been granted bond. Local media outlets report that 37-year-old Christopher Cantwell of Keene, New Hampshire, was given $25,000 secured bond at a hearing Monday in Albemarle Circuit Court. He will have home electronic monitoring and must stay in Virginia. The Daily Progress reports that Cantwell will not be released until he can find a court-approved home in Virginia. Can…
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Woman Punched by Officer at Miami Hurricanes Game Will Perform Community Service, Pay Fine

An unruly UM fan has struck a plea deal with authorities related to the violent altercation with an officer. NBC 6’s Jamie Guirola reports. A woman who was punched by an officer as she was being carried out of a Miami Hurricanes game at Hard Rock Stadium last month in a drunken incident that was caught on camera will be serving 50 hours of community service and must attend an anger management course as part of a deal reached with prosecutors Monday. Bridget Freitas, 30, will also pay a $100 fin…
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by Rashmi Goel, Tamara R. Lave et al.

Part I: Reimagining Gender Violence Home > University of Miami Race & Social Justice Law Review > Vol. 5 > Iss. 2 (2015) Rashmi Goel Tamara R. Lave, University of Miami School of LawFollow Elizabeth MacDowell Adele Morrison Rashmi Goel et al., Panel on Problematizing Assumptions About Gender Violence (Transcript), 5 U. Miami Race & Soc. Just. L. Rev. 347 (2015) Available at:…
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Campaign to sink Colombia peace process turns violent in Miami

Violence erupted in a Miami supermarket over the weekend after migrants campaigned against a peace process near a voter registration booth. A supporter of the opposition led by controversial former President Alvaro Uribe said in a video recorded at a local hospital that he would file charges over the incident. The peace process with the Marxist rebels is controversial, particularly among conservative voters. Opposition supporter Mario Gallo was the first to report the violence. He claimed secur…
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