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Italy’s New Populist Government Turns Away Ship With 600 Migrants Aboard

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Matteo Salvini, the country’s powerful interior minister and the leader of the anti-immigrant League, showed he planned to follow through on campaign promises to keep refugees out. Source: [...]
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How a Hacker Proved Cops Used a Secret Government Phone Tracker to Find Him

On a warm summer’s day in 2008, police spotted a man walking outside his apartment in Santa Clara, California, one of the many bedroom communities spread across Silicon Valley. Undercover FBI officers saw him outside the building and began [...]
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Italy’s New Populist and Anti-Establishment Government Is Sworn In

3 weeks ago | 0 comment
Mr. Di Maio also wants to force companies that leave Italy for other countries in the European Union to return their government incentives. It is a delicate proposal because it could run afoul of the bloc’s free trade rules. Mr. Mattarella [...]
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How the Government Keeps Its Economic Data From Leakers… Like the President?

3 weeks ago | 0 comment
“Looking forward to seeing the employment numbers at 8:30 this morning,” President Donald Trump tweeted at 7:21 a.m. It seems like an innocuous remark, and really, who’s paying attention at that hour anyway? But across the globe, Trump’s [...]
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Italy’s Populist Parties Win Approval to Form Government

3 weeks ago | 0 comment
After a seesaw week that spooked financial markets, Italy’s president on Thursday gave a green light to a government of populist parties that would put Europe’s fourth largest economy into the hands of leaders deeply antagonistic [...]
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Canadian Government to Buy Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Pipeline

3 weeks ago | 0 comment
OTTAWA — The Canadian government said on Tuesday that it would buy a pipeline that has been the focus of widespread protests by environmentalists and some Indigenous groups, putting the government squarely on the side of the country’s [...]
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Italy’s Populist Parties, on Precipice of Power, Fail to Form Government

4 weeks ago | 0 comment
Mr. Salvini said that he had expected, as of Monday, to be Italy’s interior minister, responsible for security and migration, and had been thinking, “I can’t wait to send home a whole lot of illegals.” Instead, he said, the powers-that-be [...]
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Italy’s New Government Will Challenge the E.U. at Its Heart

4 weeks ago | 0 comment
BRUSSELS — As Italy’s new populist leaders prepare to form a government, European leaders are bracing for potential new confrontations over migration and some of the core principles of the common currency, the euro. They were already [...]
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Ghazni Journal: In an Afghan City on the Brink, Government Control Is Just an Idea

1 month ago | 0 comment
GHAZNI CITY, Afghanistan — What does it feel like to live in an Afghan city on the brink of falling to the Taliban? The residents of Ghazni, a provincial capital of 280,000 people about 110 miles south of the capital, Kabul, on a [...]
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Government Misplaced 1,500 Refugee Kids. Is That Bad?

2 months ago | 0 comment
Can’t help but think there’s some really bad ‘what you did for the least of these’ juju building up. The folks at ICE had to be feeling pretty good about themselves last week, since for once there’s an immigration disaster another [...]