Thursday, April 30, 2015

'So in the world of today: 30 April 2015' by Sam Orr

So in the world of today:
-People in NYC have been protesting police brutality. Dozens were arrested.
-A witness claimed that Freddie Grey may’ve been responsible for his own injuries.
-Lots of teachers protested cuts to pay and benefits in Brazil. Over 150 were injured.
-Hundreds of Ethiopians in Jerusalem protested racism. 
-Iran’s upset with Saudi Arabia for intercepting an Iranian plane.
-A poll on Religious liberty and gay rights found that when the two came into conflict most Americans would support religious liberty over gay rights.
-Nigeria recued 160 women and Children from Boko Haram.
-a study on American internet searches using ‘the N-word’ found that most came from people in the North Eastern US.

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