Thursday, March 12, 2015

'So in the world of today: 12 Mar 2015' by Sam Orr

So in the world of today:
-Two officers were shot during a protest in Ferguson. Both are still alive.
-The CIA and Justice department have a new program that can trick phones into giving up personal information.
-10 members of the DeCavalcante mob were arrested.
-200,000 have been kidnapped by North Korea since 1950, according to the UN.
-Tabor Alberta (Canada) has banned foul language, unauthorized assembly by groups of 4 or more and shouting.
- The main suspect in the murder of Putin’s critic claims he was tortured.
-The State department tweeted the image below to “promote free speech”. They've come under fire for it.
- Anti-semitism is growing more prevalent in northeastern Europe.

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