Friday, July 31, 2015

'So in the world of today: 31 July 2015' by Sam Orr

So in the world of today:
-A Judge suspended the center for medical progress’s right to release new videos.
-Zimbabwe is seeking to extradite Walter Palmer (the lion hunter) for questioning.
-The Indiana investigation of Planned Parenthood produced nothing out of the ordinary.
-India and Bangladesh FINALLY settled their border dispute.
-A Bin Laden family plane crashed and killed four in the UK.
-Puerto Rico says it can’t pay the 58 million it owes.
-Baltimore killings hit a 43 year high.
-Congress hid the renewal of the export import bank in a highway bill.
-the IRS pledged not to go target Christian schools that oppose gay marriage.
-The state department is limiting the number of Clinton emails released, and censoring the content of some.
-Clinton emails released show the Clinton clearly knew about the Benghazi attacks.

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