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Nothing to See Here: Indonesia Bans Vimeo for Violating Anti-Pornography Law

Nothing to See Here: Indonesia Bans Vimeo for Violating Anti-Pornography Law
Indonesia banned the popular video sharing site Vimeo, saying it contains nudity, which officials in the world's most populous Muslim country consider to be pornographic material. Information and Communication Minister Tiffatul Sembiring said that his ministry's found nearly 15,000 videos tagged with words related to nudity and ordered all Indonesia-based Internet service providers to block the New York-based site.
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Michelle Obama in Special Video: #BringBackOurGirls

Michelle Obama in Special Video: #BringBackOurGirls
First Lady Michelle Obama offers her thoughts, prayers and support in the wake of the unconscionable terrorist kidnapping of more than 200 Nigerian girls.
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Putin Gloats Over Crimea Annexation in Trip to Disputed Ukraine Peninsula

Putin Gloats Over Crimea Annexation in Trip to Disputed Ukraine Peninsula
Ukraine and NATO condemned Vladimir Putin for gloating over Russia's annexation of the Crimea during the Russian President's first trip to the peninsula post-Russian takeover. Several eastern provinces are also voting to secede from the former Soviet province, backed by pro-Russian elements widely believed to members of Russian security forces.
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Pro-Russian East Ukraine Votes on Autonomy Despite – Oddly – Putin's Admonishment

Pro-Russian East Ukraine Votes on Autonomy Despite – Oddly – Putin's Admonishment
The pro-Russia insurgency in eastern Ukraine decided Thursday to go ahead with Sunday's referendum on autonomy despite a call from Russian President Vladimir Putin to delay it. Polls show the split between the east and west of the country further increasing.
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10 More Years: Obama Secures Foothold for Killer Drone War in Africa

10 More Years: Obama Secures Foothold for Killer Drone War in Africa
The United States has agreed to sign a long-term lease agreement with the government of Djibouti, President Obama announced Monday, cementing the U.S. military's presence at Camp Lemonnier, a key foothold for the killer drone program.
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Defense Sec: Russia's Ukraine Incursions 'Shatter the Myth' of Post-Cold War Security

Defense Sec: Russia's Ukraine Incursions 'Shatter the Myth' of Post-Cold War Security
Russia has everybody worried. Their invasion of Ukraine has threatened the post-Cold War security the west had enjoyed since the fall of the Soviet empire. The military's incursions "shatter the myth" of stability, said US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel.
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Cease-Fire Called in Beleaguered Homs, Syrian Rebels to Flee City

Cease-Fire Called in Beleaguered Homs, Syrian Rebels to Flee City
The Syrian government and the rebels revolting called a 48-hour truce in the city of Homs, so that rebels who have been trapped there can retreat. The city, called the "capital of the revolution," was one of the first great victories for the rebels, but has since been under a steady stream of bombardment and artillery fire.
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Prince Charles, Camilla 'Devasted' After Brother Dies in Fall

Prince Charles, Camilla 'Devasted' After Brother Dies in Fall
Conservationist and brother to Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, Mark Shand, died of an apparent accidental fall Wednesday. Camilla and her husband Prince Charles were "utterly devastated" by the news of his sudden death.
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South Sudanese Rebels Kill Hundreds in Disputed Town

South Sudanese Rebels Kill Hundreds in Disputed Town
U.N. human rights investigators have confirmed that hundreds of civilians were killed because of their ethnicity after rebel forces seized a disputed town in South Sudan last week, the United Nations said Monday.
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Court Rules Halliburton, KBR Can Be Sued For Iraq Toxic Burn Pits

Court Rules Halliburton, KBR Can Be Sued For Iraq Toxic Burn Pits
KBR and Halliburton – two major U.S. military contractors – can be sued for the health impacts of trash incineration on U.S. soldiers who served in the war in Iraq, according to a new court decision that allows a series of 57 lawsuits against the companies to go forward.
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