FSRN Weekly Edition - August 15, 2014

FSRN Weekly Edition – August 15, 2014

Police shooting sparks a week of protests and vigils in Ferguson, MO Obama announces aid drops to end, airstrikes to continue in northern Iraq White…

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FSRN Weekly Edition – August 8, 2014

FSRN Weekly Edition – August 8, 2014

US forces conduct airstrikes and aid drops in northern Iraq Fighting resumes in Gaza after 72-hour ceasefire ends Istanbul neighborhood known for anti-government unrest slated…

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FSRN Weekly Edition: August 1, 2014

FSRN Weekly Edition: August 1, 2014

  Another temporary ceasefire between Israel and Hamas collapses within hours Unaccompanied immigrant children placed in “foster care” as lawmakers lock on funding and courts…

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FSRN Weekly Edition - July 18, 2014

FSRN Weekly Edition – July 18, 2014

Israel launched ground invasion of Gaza Strip U.S. teen beaten in Jerusalem returns to Tampa  FCC receives more than a million public comments on net…

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FSRN Weekly Edition - July 11, 2014

FSRN Weekly Edition – July 11, 2014

Israeli airstrikes continue in Gaza, more than 100 killed Concern about ISIS grows in Turkey’s predominantly Kurdish southeast Protests and counter-protests in Murrieta, CA over…

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FSRN Weekly Edition - July 4, 2014

FSRN Weekly Edition – July 4, 2014

Pakistani military offensive in North Waziristan sparks civilian exodus Israel positions more troops around Gaza as tensions grow Obama issues Executive Order to address influx…

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FSRN Weekly Edition - June 27, 2014

FSRN Weekly Edition – June 27, 2014

U.S. resumes military aid to Egypt despite outcry over imprisoned journalists Supreme Court rules police need warrants to search cell phones Immigration detainees in Ontario…

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FSRN Weekly Edition - June 20, 2014

FSRN Weekly Edition – June 20, 2014

Pressure mounts on Iraq’s al-Maliki to step aside as ISIS-led insurgency continues Palestinian hunger strikes continue amid increased Israeli military action after three settler youth…

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