Thursday, April 30, 2015

'So in the world of today: 29 April 2015' by Sam Orr

So in the world of today:
-Baltimore had a curfew imposed.
-Lois Lerner deleted 6400 emails before they could be handed over to congress.
-The military is working on self-guided bullets.
-Protests in Ferguson led to violence.
-Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlins Blake is in hot water for not making looting a priority during the riot.
-The Pope condemned salary gaps between men and women.
-Isis supporters claim that Isis has infiltrated Italy.
-The Cayman Islands ship seized by Iran may’ve been in international waters.
-111 people arrested following the Baltimore riots are still being held by police without being formally charged.
-NYC banned political ads from public transit to block pro-Israel ads from going up.

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