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Somalia police end night-long siege of Mogadishu hotel, 23 dead

In the wake of a night-long assault on a Mogadishu hotel in which 23 people were killed, Somalia's government has fired the police and intelligence chiefs Sunday. The Cabinet voted to sack the chiefs in response to a recommendation by Somalia's security minister Mohamed Abukar Islow after two serious extremist attacks

Army identifies helicopter pilot killed in Afghanistan crash

Chief Warrant Officer Jacob M. Sims died Oct. 27 in Afghanistan as a result of wounds sustained in a helicopter crash outside Kabul, the Department of Defense announced Sunday. Sims, 36, was assigned to the 4th Battalion, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington. Sims was in support of Operation

TRUMP SUPPORTER THOUGHT TRUMP WOULD HELP HIS FLORIDA BUSINESS BE SUCCESSFUL, BUT NOW HE’S BEING DEPORTED

Mexican-born Francisco Javier Gonzalez, the manager of the Palm Beach restaurant Pizza Al Fresco, hoped that Trump would be elected president during the 2016 election. Now that his hopes have been realized, Gonzalez is facing deportation thanks to Trump’s new immigration policy.   JOIN THIS FACEBOOK GROUP DEMOCRACY VS REPUBLIC “I knew that 90

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