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China deports U.S. citizen convicted of spying after two years in custody

China deports US citizenChina has deported an American citizen who was convicted and sentenced on an espionage charge after she was held in custody for more than two years.

A spokesman for the State Department confirmed to CBS News that the U.S. is aware Chinese authorities deported 45-year-old Sandy Phan-Gillis on Friday.

The deportation follows a trial last week where Phan-Gillis was convicted of spying for the U.S. government from 1996 to 1998. She was sentenced to three and a half years in prison.

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Will the US try to send 50,000 people back to Haiti?

Will the US send 50,000 Haitians back to Haiti?When Jean, a 28-year-old Haitian living in Florida, first came to the US, he was afraid to live in a high-rise building.

It was residual fear, he said, from the 2010 earthquake he survived in Port-au-Prince.

"I had just finished rehearsal, singing and dancing, because I'm an opera singer, and then it happened," said Jean, who did not want to disclose his last name. "At the time, I was in an old wooden house and half of it went down … It was so traumatising, I couldn't even cry right away. Everything went white."

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Arkansas executes fourth inmate in eight days

Arkansas executes 4Arkansas has wrapped up an aggressive execution schedule, putting to death its fourth inmate in eight days, hours after a last minute motion to halt his execution failed before the US Supreme Court.

Kenneth Williams, 38, received a lethal injection on Thursday night at the Cummins Unit prison at Varner for the killing of a former deputy warden in 1999.

He was pronounced dead at 11:05pm, 13 minutes after the execution began.

Arkansas had initially held off on executing Williams, who was scheduled to die at 7pm local time, as officials awaited word from the Supreme Court. His death warrant was set to expire at midnight.

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Arkansas carries out first double executions in U.S. since 2000

Arkansas executions - first double in 17 yearsArkansas put to death condemned murderers Jack Jones and Marcel Williams on Monday night, the first double legal injection of prisoners carried out in the United States since 2000 in Texas.

Jones, convicted in the 1995 killing of Mary Phillips, was pronounced dead at 7:20 p.m., said Arkansas Department of Correction spokesman Solomon Graves.

Williams, who confessed to raping and killing Stacy Errickson in 1994, died at 10:33 p.m.

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America’s hidden horror: Sexual abuse in nursing homes and care facilities

Sexual abuses in nursing homesEarly one afternoon in March 2015, an authoritative knock stirred Mark Allen Keeney into answering the door to Room 6 of a motel in southeast Missouri.

A sheriff’s deputy and police chief wanted to know who was with him. They found empty beer cans and two women, both described in a state health report as mentally ill and under the care of a guardian.

The women, in their mid-40s, also were residents of Keeney Country Homes, a state-licensed residential care facility that Keeney owned in the neighboring county.

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New Orleans takes down white supremacist monument

New Orleans finally to remove COnfederate statuesA monument to a deadly white-supremacist uprising in 1874 was removed under cover of darkness by workers in masks and bulletproof vests Monday as New Orleans joined the movement to take down symbols of the Confederacy and the Jim Crow South.

The Liberty Place monument, a 35-foot granite obelisk that pays tribute to whites who tried to topple a biracial Reconstruction government installed in New Orleans after the Civil War, was taken away on a truck in pieces before daybreak after a few hours of work.

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Indiana University Bars Applicants With Sexual Violence History From Competition

Indiana U bars sex offenders from competitionsIndiana University will no longer allow prospective student athletes with a history of sexual or domestic violence to compete.

In a statement, the school says that applicants who have been convicted of or pleaded guilty or no contest to "a felony involving sexual violence" or have "been found responsible for sexual violence" by disciplinary action at a former school, "shall not be eligible for athletically-related financial aid, practice or competition at Indiana University."

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