Pelosi event disrupted by protesters

Speaking in San Francisco about the DREAM Act on Monday, Nancy Pelosi was interrupted by a group of protesters including undocumented immigrants, KPIX reported.

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Singapore’s Lee looks to fix China relations

Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong arrives in China Tuesday amid tensions with Beijing and unease in southeast Asia over China’s increasingly muscular foreign policy.

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Tales of horror: ‘I knew them, yet they were killing us’

The men who came to kill Arafa Khatun were also her neighbors. “The Rakhines and the Hindus, they joined with the military. I watched them coming over the hill, like a team. As they came towards us to attack, I saw faces that I recognized. I knew them, yet they were killing us.”

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5 dubious claims Suu Kyi made in speech

Myanmar’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi gave a much-anticipated address Tuesday on the ongoing crisis following the exodus of than 400,000 minority Rohingya Muslims from the country.

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Students take up Lincoln’s fight to end slavery

Teens from around the world attended the Students Opposing Slavery summit, held at the cottage where Abraham Lincoln drafted the emancipation proclamation.

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Aung San Suu Kyi breaks silence on Rohingya, sparks criticism

Myanmar’s de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi finally broke her silence on the Rohingya refugee crisis enveloping her country Tuesday, but her speech in her nation’s capital of Nyapyidaw has raised more questions than answers.

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