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    Slovak woman urinates on Quran, vows to attack Muslims

    An unidentified Slovak woman has released a video gone viral where she was seen urinating on the Quran and threatening to deal with any Muslim that crosses her path. She made the clip in a forest where she was seen crouching beside the national flag of Slovekia. Her declaration of war against people of the

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    Thousands of Mexicans protest against Trump

    Thousands of Mexicans protested Sunday against US President Donald Trump, hitting back at his anti-Mexican rhetoric and vows to make the country pay for his “big, beautiful” border wall. “Mexico must be respected, Mr Trump,” said a giant banner carried by protesters in Mexico City, who waved a sea of red, white and green Mexican

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    White House considering new immigration order

    The White House confirmed Sunday it is considering issuing a new order on immigration now that President Donald Trump’s travel ban has been halted as it makes its way through the courts. “Right now we are considering and pursuing all options,” presidential aide Stephen Miller told Fox television. He said the next step would be

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    Trump says Israel should be ‘reasonable’ in peace process

    U.S. President Donald Trump called on “Israel to be reasonable with respect to peace,” saying in his administration’s stance on new settlements on Palestinian land may not be helpful. Mr. Trump stated this on Friday in an interview with an Israeli newspaper. Mr. Trump’s comments to Israel Today come as he tones down his pro-Israel

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    Appeal court denies Trump request to immediately restore travel ban

    A federal appeals court on Sunday denied the Justice Department’s request for an immediate reinstatement of President Donald Trump’s ban on accepting certain travelers and all refugees. The Trump administration had appealed a temporary order restraining the ban nationwide, saying a federal judge in Seattle overreached by “second-guessing” the president on a matter of national

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    Trump’s ban: “I fear the worst is yet to come,’’-Protester

    Protesters chanted outside the U.S. Embassy in Rome on Thursday against President Donald Trump’s order to restrict entry into the United States for refugees and citizens of seven Muslim countries. Last week’s executive order blocked citizens from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen and placed an indefinite hold on Syrian refugees. “I fear

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    Donald Trump proclaims February ‘African American history month’

    President Donald Trump has signed a proclamation honoring February 2017 as National African American History Month, ABC News reports. This was disclosed in a press release by the White House press secretary on Thursday, February 2. In the press statement, President Trump highlighted the contributions African Americans have made to US, adding that they are

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