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EU judges join Polish colleagues to protest 'muzzle law'

Warsaw - Hundreds of Polish judges dressed in formal black robes marched in Warsaw on Saturday to protest a draft law aimed at punishing justices who question the government's controversial court reforms.

Democrats subpoena White House as impeachment probe intensifies

Washington - Democratic lawmakers on Friday demanded that the White House turn over documents related to allegations that President Donald Trump pressured Ukraine for political favors, as the explosive impeachment investigation against the US leader intensified.

Sri Lanka Tamils push parliament to end crisis

Colombo - Sri Lanka's main Tamil party on Sunday urged the president to reconvene parliament and end a worsening political crisis, as the minority ethnic community emerge as kingmakers in the power struggle.

Trump says he plans to scrap birthright citizenship

Washington - President Donald Trump said he will scrap a constitutional guarantee to citizenship for anyone born on US soil in a headline-grabbing move bolstering his anti-immigration platform a week before midterm elections.

Trump says he plans to scrap birthright citizenship

Washington - President Donald Trump plans to abolish the right to citizenship for anyone born in the United States -- guaranteed by the 14th Amendment to the US Constitution -- with an executive order, he said in an interview excerpt released Tuesday.

Hun Sen: Cambodia's shape-shifting strongman leader

Phnom Penh - Cambodian leader Hun Sen has outlasted the murderous Khmer Rouge, sidelined the monarchy and crushed his opponents in a 33-year rule defined by patronage, political agility and repression and set to be prolonged by Sunday's election.

Uganda opposition coalition collapses, as joint presidential bid fails

Kanpala - Uganda's opposition coalition said Thursday it had failed to agree a joint presidential candidate to challenge veteran leader Yoweri Museveni.

Yingluck Shinawatra wins Thai election

Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has seemed to admit that victory belongs to Yingluck Shinawatra, and the provisional election results show that political party allied to ousted former leader Thaksin Shinawatra has won a crucial victory.

Op-Ed: Iceland to get first gay PM. So what?

A headline that announces that an openly gay Icelandic woman has been chosen as Prime Minister flashed across the computer screen today.

Nursing Homes Make Elderly Sit in Soiled Diapers

Ontario nursing homes refuse to give residents the personal care which they need because they claim the 75% rule allows them to keep their patients sitting in soiled diapers for hours!

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