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African Immigrants Face Deportation From Israel

African immigrants in IsraelIsrael will begin deporting African migrants to third countries without their consent.

The migrants, from Eritrea and Sudan, will be sent to a southern Israeli prison if they refuse, Haaretz reported, citing the Interior Ministry. Israel’s attorney general, Yehuda Weinstein, approved the process, under which the migrants will be given 30 days notice before being told to which third country they will be traveling. No timetable was given for the deportations.

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US campaign-finance watchdog files complaints against four politicians

Campain finance complaintsA leading watchdog group has filed complaints with the top US campaign finance regulator against three top Republicans – Jeb Bush, Scott Walker and Rick Santorum – and Democrat Martin O’Malley, claiming they have already violated federal law by contemplating presidential bids without formally “testing the waters”.

The complaints follow a report by the Guardian on Monday detailing that many potential presidential candidates are walking a careful line as they consider bids for the White House without taking any specific action that would trigger scrutiny from the Federal Election Commission (FEC).

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US makes climate pledge to UN

US pledge on climate changeThe US has pledged to tackle climate change by cutting its carbon emissions 26-28% by 2025.

It made the formal offer to the UN as a step towards a global deal in Paris in December. The EU has already promised to cut its emissions by a roughly similar proportion.

Tuesday was the deadline for wealthy nations to make their offers – but some, such as Canada, have failed to submit in time.

The announcement was made on Twitter with the words: "America is taking steps to #ActOnClimate, and the world is joining us" - accompanied by a picture of the President in China.

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Obama Commutes Sentences for 22 Convicted of Federal Drug Crimes

Obama commutes drug convictsPresident Barack Obama commuted the sentences of 22 drug offenders serving time in federal prison, accelerating the administration’s efforts to reduce penalties for many of those convicted of such crimes.

Obama’s decision, announced on Tuesday, more than doubles the number of commutations he has issued, and is the latest sign that the White House is taking aim at a drug war the president has characterized as counterproductive.

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Woman who says she miscarried gets 20 years in prison for feticide

Pro choice protestsAn Indiana judge on Monday sentenced a 33-year-old woman, Purvi Patel, to 20 years in prison on charges of feticide and neglect of a dependent.

Patel is the first woman in Indiana to be convicted under the state’s feticide law. Activists say the case highlights the way that prosecutors across the U.S. are increasingly using laws designed to protect expecting mothers to criminalize women for terminating a pregnancy or allegedly harming an unborn child.

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Tortured for Being Gay in Indiana

Tortured for being gay in IndianaAs he got ready for his first day at Arsenal Tech High School in Indianapolis, Darnell “Dynasty” Young augmented his back-to-school shopping by dipping into his mother’s closet.

“Some of the items he chose included knee-high boots, purses, rings, and bangles,” report court papers subsequently filed by his lawyer.

Dynasty had no reason to believe that the kids at his new school would be any less accepting than those during his first two years of high school in Arizona.

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American Pharmacists Association discourages involvement in executions

Amer. pharmacistsThe American Pharmacists Association has adopted a policy discouraging pharmacists from participating in executions that use drugs.

The APhA's House of Delegates voted Monday to adopt the new policy, discouraging pharmacist involvement " on the basis that such activities are fundamentally contrary to the role of pharmacists as providers of healthcare."

The delegates met in San Diego during the 2015 APhA Annual Meeting & Exposition.

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Fight over religious objection proposals shifts to Arkansas

Arizona gay rightsThe fight over religious objection proposals facing increasing criticism from businesses and advocates who call them a license to discriminate against gays and lesbians has shifted toward Arkansas, which was poised to become the second state this year to enact such a measure.

A final vote could come as early as Tuesday in the state House on the proposal that would prohibit state and local government from infringing on someone's religious beliefs without a "compelling" reason. Unlike Indiana — where Republicans were working on adding language to clarify the state's recently enacted law after a firestorm of protests — Arkansas lawmakers said they weren't seeking to modify the measure.

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ISIL attacks Syrian village, kills scores

ISIS attackThe Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) killed at least 37 people in a Syrian village near the city of Hama overnight, a group monitoring the country’s civil war said, part of a pattern of attacks by the armed group in government-held areas of western Syria.

Syrian state television put the number killed at 44 and said 21 others had been wounded in the attack on Mabouja, 40 miles east of Hama. A Syrian military source said the army had repelled the assault on Tuesday.

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