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300 unarmed peacekeepers were discharged to Syria to see that the UN peace plan was implemented. Since, they have become the target of attacks by both warring factions and are consistently blamed for a rise in violence.
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Over 12,000 pieces of content have been the focus of censorship requests from international governments. Many of these requests pinpoint political speech. In some instances the content is illegal offline, Nazi propaganda in Germany, others is simply controversial.
Yesterday on Face the Nation Mitt Romney said in response to a question on Iran that “I don’t believe… if I’m president that we need to have a war powers approval or special authorization for military force. The president has that capacity.”
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In a trial run toward building a space station for long-term stays, a team of 4 Chinese astronauts, including their first female astronaut, has docked at their space station for a 13-day mission.
In contested states presidential campaign ads are starting to pop up during news shows, daytime TV, and late-night spots. The strategy is meant to focus attention on the people who set the agendas in their communities.
A collection of photos from the wildfires raging across the southwest.
The pro-Romney super PAC has bought close to two weeks worth of airtime in battleground states. The buy comes after the group received $10M from Sheldon Adelson.
The Mexican president has called Obama’s statement on immigration “unprecedented” and praised the “valor and courage” necessary to take the position.