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Judge Wants Government To Hand Over Names, Addresses Of Thousands Of Dreamers

Dreamers names in danger of exposureAbout 108,000 young undocumented immigrants received three-year protections and U.S. work permits in a several-month period in late 2014 and early 2015. They hadn’t done anything wrong — they just applied for a government program in the same way hundreds of thousands of so-called Dreamers have done since the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program started in 2012.

But the fact that they got those three-year permits, rather than the two-year permits distributed since 2012, could put them at risk of having their personal information — including names and addresses — released to state authorities.

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Afghan prisoner released from Guantanamo Bay after 14 years

Afghan prisoner eleased from GitmoThe Guantanamo Bay Periodic Review Board approved the release of an Afghan man 14 years after his initial apprehension.

The board, which carries out parole hearings for prisoners of the detention camp, released a three-paragraph statement with some details about the release of the man named Obaidullah.

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Nigeria finds schoolgirl abducted by Boko Haram

Nigerian girl foundOne of the 219 schoolgirls abducted in Chibok in northeast Nigeria has been found, the first such development since their seizure by Boko Haram more than two years ago, according to activists, the head of a support group and a community leader.

Boko Haram, an armed group fighting against Western influence, has been waging a campaign against the Nigerian government for the last several years, attacking both Christian and Muslim targets.

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Mexico court absolves soldiers in army killing of suspects

Mexico exonerates soldiers in killingsA Mexican civilian court has freed the last three soldiers accused of homicide in a 2014 incident in which at least a dozen suspects were allegedly executed after they surrendered.

The federal Attorney General's Office emailed a news release shortly after 11 p.m. Friday saying the court absolved all three of charges of homicide, cover-up and alteration of evidence for lack of proof.

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The Ugly Consequences of the U.S. Military Having Immunity to Commit War Crimes in Afghanistan

US war crimes go unpunished in Afghanistan“The U.S. bombing of the hospital was a war crime. But the United States can bomb any place it wants—a school, refugee camp, hospital—and they will not be held accountable,” said Hakim, a physician and mentor to the grassroots organization Afghan Peace Volunteers.

“U.S. immunity is atrocious. It’s intolerable. They should be held accountable like every other human being.”

Hakim, who requested his last name and city of residence be withheld for security reasons, spoke with AlterNet from Afghanistan just weeks after the Pentagon released a heavily redacted internal investigation in which it exonerated itself of war crimes for its October 2015 bombing of a Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) hospital in Kunduz that killed 42 civilians.

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New immigration raids to target Central American moms, children

Immigrant raids target Central American mothers and childrenThe Obama administration is planning a new round of immigration raids to focus on Central American mothers and children who have entered the country illegally and evaded deportation orders.

The Department of Homeland Security said the raids will focus on those who illegally crossed the border after Jan. 1, 2014, including single adults, mothers with young children and unaccompanied youths who turned 18 after entering the United States. It will focus on those who already have deportation orders from immigration court.

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Israeli academic to use cash prize to help Palestinians

Israeli gives cash prize to PalestiniansA professor who won the Israel Prize - considered one of the country's highest honours - has pledged to donate a cash award to an Israeli group dedicated to helping Palestinians.

American-born Israeli David Shulman, a professor of Asian studies at the Hebrew university in Jerusalem who won the award for academic work, said he would donate the $20,000 prize to Ta'ayush - or Living together - an organisation he helped to found that advocates for Palestinians.

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