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Zimbabwe's Mugabe faces rising tide of protest
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Samuel Meso's graduation gown was once a source of pride for the 25-year-old Zimbabwean who studied engineering. But now he can't get a job, and the academic attire is a badge of shame and protest that he wears to anti-government demonstrations in Zimbabwe, where discontent over economic hardship is growing.

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Fill up the hot water bottle, turn on the electric blanket, ...
Erhalten Sie täglich um 10.00 Uhr die wichtigsten Meldungen sowie die ersten Aktienkurse direkt von der Börse. Fill up the hot water bottle, turn on the electric blanket, pull the cat on to the bed and don't emerge from under the covers tonight - it's going to be a cold one 05.08.

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Nevada mourns loss of 1st black woman to earn college degree
This photo provided by the family of Stella Parson, shows Parson, the first black woman to graduate from college in the state of Nevada. Parson passed away at 86 on July 29, 2016. A memorial service was planned in Las Vegas on Friday, Aug. 5, 2016. Parson earned a bachelor's degree in English from....

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Zimbabwe's Mugabe faces rising tide of protest
HARARE, Zimbabwe Samuel Meso's graduation gown was once a source of pride for the 25-year-old Zimbabwean who studied engineering. But now he can't get a job, and the academic attire is a badge of shame and protest that he wears to anti-government demonstrations in Zimbabwe, where discontent over economic hardship is growing.

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Zimbabwe’s Mugabe faces rising tide of protest
HARARE, Zimbabwe Samuel Meso’s graduation gown was once a source of pride for the 25-year-old Zimbabwean who studied engineering. But now he can’t get a job, and the academic attire is a badge of shame and protest that he wears to anti-government demonstrations in Zimbabwe, where discontent over economic hardship is growing.

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Nevada mourns loss of 1st black woman to earn college degree
RENO, Nev. Nevada’s two major universities are mourning the loss of the first black woman to earn a college degree in the state at a time when most of the nation was still segregated. A memorial service was scheduled for Friday evening in Las Vegas for Stella Mason Parson, who died July 29 due to complications from renal disease.

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Nevada mourns loss of 1st black woman to earn college degree
A memorial service was scheduled for Friday evening in Las Vegas for Stella Mason Parson, who died July 29 due to complications from renal disease. Parson graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno in June 1952 with a bachelor's degree in English. She later returned to school at UNLV, where she....

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Service, burial slated for slain San Diego police officer
FILE - This undated file photo provided by the San Diego Police Department shows San Diego Police officer Jonathan De Guzman who was killed in a shooting Thursday, July 28, 2016. De Guzman who was fatally shot in the driver's seat of his patrol car after his partner approached a man on the street will be buried Friday, Aug.

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Local Pastor Busted on Federal Child Porn Charges
A local pastor who lives in Beaverton and works in Portland has been arrested here and will be sent to Colorado to face child pornography charges. The Reverend James Parkhurst is the executive director of the Oregon-Idaho Conference of the United Methodist Church's Camp and Retreat Ministry Program.

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Service, Burial Slated for Slain San Diego Police Officer
Hundreds of law enforcement vehicles and motorcycles escorted a hearse Friday to a final memorial service for Jonathan De Guzman, a San Diego police officer who was fatally shot in the driver's seat of his patrol car after his partner approached a man on the street.

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Zimbabwe’s Mugabe faces rising tide of protest
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Samuel Meso’s graduation gown was once a source of pride for the 25-year-old Zimbabwean who studied engineering. But now he can’t get a job, and the academic attire is a badge of shame and protest that he wears to anti-government demonstrations in Zimbabwe, where discontent over economic hardship is growing.

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Zimbabwe's Mugabe faces rising tide of protest
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Samuel Meso's graduation gown was once a source of pride for the 25-year-old Zimbabwean who studied engineering. But now he can't get a job, and the academic attire is a badge of shame and protest that he wears to anti-government demonstrations in Zimbabwe, where discontent over economic hardship is growing.

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World Zimbabwe's Mugabe faces rising tide of protest
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Samuel Meso's graduation gown was once a source of pride for the 25-year-old Zimbabwean who studied engineering. But now he can't get a job, and the academic attire is a badge of shame and protest that he wears to anti-government demonstrations in Zimbabwe, where discontent over economic hardship is growing.

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Gov Jerry Brown is determined to cement the state's climate ...
voanews.com schreibt dazu: The United Nations' top official for human rights has criticized Iran for executing 20 people this week A statement Friday by High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein said there were "serious doubts about the fairness of the trials, respect for due process....

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Zimbabwe's Mugabe faces rising tide of protest
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Samuel Meso's graduation gown was once a source of pride for the 25-year-old Zimbabwean who studied engineering. But now he can't get a job, and the academic attire is a badge of shame and protest that he wears to anti-government demonstrations in Zimbabwe, where discontent over economic hardship is growing.

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Black Caps expecting improved Zimbabwe in 2nd Test
Bulawayo (Zimbabwe) (AFP) - New Zealand expect to come up against greater resistance from both their opponents and the conditions when they take on Zimbabwe in the second and final Test at Queens Sports Club on Saturday. The Black Caps handed Zimbabwe a sound thrashing in the first Test, beating....

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Zimbabwe's Mugabe faces rising tide of protest
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Samuel Meso's graduation gown was once a source of pride for the 25-year-old Zimbabwean who studied engineering. But now he can't get a job, and the academic attire is a badge of shame and protest that he wears to anti-government demonstrations in Zimbabwe, where discontent over economic hardship is growing.

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‘The Night Of’ Cast Talk ‘Dark’ Side Of Character Development (EUR Original)
Williams has previously spoken about how his incarcerated nephew inspired his take on Freddy, and during “The Night Of” session at the Television Critics Association in Beverly Hills, he furthered explained how he didn’t have to look far to prepare for the role.

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AMERICANS' LONG WAIT Pastor: Hostages forced to wait in Iran for 2nd plane
Pastor Saeed Abedini, one of four American hostages released from Iran earlier this year, revealed in an interview with FOX Business Network’s Trish Regan that he and his fellow prisoners had to wait for hours at the airport until a second plane arrived on orders from police. “He told me we are waiting for another plane.

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Zimbabwe’s Mugabe faces rising tide of protest
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Samuel Meso’s graduation gown was once a source of pride for the 25-year-old Zimbabwean who studied engineering. But now he can’t get a job, and the academic attire is a badge of shame and protest that he wears to anti-government demonstrations in Zimbabwe, where discontent over economic hardship is growing.

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Zimbabwe's Mugabe faces rising tide of protest
A jobless University graduate in Zimbabwe takes part in a demonstration in Harare in this Wednesday, Aug. 3 2016 photo. Graduation gowns were once a source of pride for many Zimbabweans who studied but now the academic attire is seen as a badge of shame that many wear at ant government....

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Zimbabwe's Mugabe faces rising tide ...
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Samuel Meso's graduation gown was once a source of pride for the 25-year-old Zimbabwean who studied engineering. But now he can't get a job, and the academic attire is a badge of shame and protest that he wears to anti-government demonstrations in Zimbabwe, where discontent over economic hardship is growing.

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Could Trump have been right? Propaganda film suggests Iran DID videotape cash-drop plane and photograph shipment of cash during January prisoner swap
The Iranian video was aired February 15 on the state-run Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting television network, as part of a documentary called 'Rules of the Game.' A narrator, speaking in Persian, describes a money-for-hostages transaction over video clips of a plane on an airport tarmac in the....

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Zimbabwe’s Mugabe faces rising tide of protest
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Samuel Meso’s graduation gown was once a source of pride for the 25-year-old Zimbabwean who studied engineering. But now he can’t get a job, and the academic attire is a badge of shame and protest that he wears to anti-government demonstrations in Zimbabwe, where discontent over economic hardship is growing.

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Zimbabwe's Mugabe faces rising tide of protest
HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) — Samuel Meso's graduation gown was once a source of pride for the 25-year-old Zimbabwean who studied engineering. But now he can't get a job, and the academic attire is a badge of shame and protest that he wears to anti-government demonstrations in Zimbabwe, where discontent over economic hardship is growing.

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Mediation fails in Idaho pastor shooting case
COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho (AP) — An Idaho man accused of shooting a pastor is heading to court after attempts at mediation failed. The Coeur d'Alene Press reports (http://bit.ly/2aTPoAm) that 30-year-old Kyle Odom could face up to 30 years in prison if convicted on charges associated with the March....

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