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    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – As the holy month of Ramadan ends, one family from Afghanistan has taken refuge in South Florida in hopes of rebuilding their life. “The Miami people are kind; they are good people,” said Naseema Ahmadzai. “We found it here good, but still, we need assistance.” READ MORE: Miami Couple Expands Search For Their French Bulldog That May Have Been Stolen: ‘I Just Want Him Back’Ahmadzai and her family are trying to get back on their feet after being left with no choice but to abandon their home country. “When the Taliban came, we had to leave, the situation made us leave,” said Ahmadzai. It was a difficult decision – Ahmadzai was a teacher, and her husband is a doctor. “It was stable, we had our jobs I was working,” said Ahmadzai. It’s been eight months in the U.S. – Miami being their last stop after staying at an army base in Wisconsin. READ MORE: Black Leaders Offer Ideas To Keep Miami Beach Fun, Safe & Thriving Ahead Of Memorial Day WeekendNow calling the Kendall area home, they...
    Platform four, Lviv’s main railway station, lunchtime today. Another place where the fear of war and the scale of Ukraine’s refugee crisis was all too apparent. What an extraordinary and pitiful sight it presented. A couple of thousand people – mainly women and children – were lined several deep for a quarter of a mile of the platform edge. Of all their worldly possessions they had been able to bring only hand luggage and pets. Many of the youngest were swathed in blankets as the temperature hovered a little above zero. Most had been there for many hours; some overnight, waiting, waiting. It was not clear why they had all chosen to assemble along that particular platform. One presumed that they had been told it was where the next train to the Polish border and safety would stop. If so, they were misinformed. ‘Quick! Quick, a train is about to go!’ A woman’s anxious cry rang out at the far end of the platform. Pandemonium ensued. A stationary train on platform six had obscured, for most of those waiting, the...
    Hundreds of brave Ukranians are crossing back into their beleaguered homeland to fight against the invading Russian army. The heroic volunteers have responded to a battle cry from Ukranian president Volodymr Zelensky urging men of fighting age between 18-60 to stay and defend the country from Vladimir Putin's onslaught. And although according to Polish authorities more than 40,000 have left the war ravaged nation since fighting erupted earlier this week, another 9,000 have crossed back over the border and hundreds of them are ready to fight against Russian troops.    At Medyka, a Polish frontier post 50 miles west of the Ukranian city of Lyiv, Mail Online met three men who had jetted back from across the world to take up arms. Sergei Udod, 40, Mykola Lysko, 42, and Viktor Kondratiuk, 53, had all met on a flight from Paris to Warsaw before cadging a lift to Medyka where they were planning to head onto Kyiv and take on the Russians. At Medyka, a Polish frontier post 50 miles west of the Ukranian city of Lyiv, Mail Online met three men...
    Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo discusses the Biden administration's response to Taliban advancement in Afghanistan after U.S. troop withdrawal on 'The Story.'  MIKE POMPEO: We spent 20 years building up the Afghan forces there, giving them training and weapons, all the skill sets that they need. It’s their time. Everyone knew this day would come. Eventually, Afghan security forces had to stand up to protect their own, their children, their women, their sovereignty, their nation. I hope they’re able to regroup. I hope President Ghani can lead them forward. Our mission was set — we’re a month short of the attacks in New York City. Our mission set was twofold. One was to make sure that we took out Al-Qaida and destroyed it and second to make sure that something like what happened in New York that day could never happen again. We need to be focused on that. We have to be focused on the American interests there. … I don’t know what the Biden administration is doing, how they’re handling it. President Trump’s mission to me was to negotiate peace and reconciliation and get our kids back home—That is the right thing to do, and this is now the Afghan fight. But it was also a mission to make sure...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, Bennie Thompson, didn’t realize the severity of the Jan. 6 insurrection until his wife called him. He was inside the Capitol, sitting in the upper gallery of the House, hoping for what he called a “bird’s-eye view of the process” and to be able to tell his grandchildren that he was there when Congress certified Joe Biden’s presidential victory. People are breaking into the building, London Thompson told him, and it was on television. “I’m watching people climbing over the wall right now,” she said. “It doesn’t register,” the Mississippi Democrat recalled in an interview with The Associated Press. “I said, ‘You can’t break in. There’s police and barricades and a lot of things out there.’” But it was not long before the House chamber was under siege. Police rushed Thompson and several dozen other members of Congress to another side of the gallery and told them to duck under their seats as supporters of then-President Donald Trump tried to break down the doors to the chamber below....
    (CNN)House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Bennie Thompson avoids making too many promises when it comes to his new select committee to investigate the deadly insurrection at the US Capitol.But the Mississippi Democrat is sure on one thing: He isn't going to let the pressure of an election cut his investigation short, even if that takes it well into next year."I would say that we'll do this work as long as it takes to complete it. Flexibility is important, if we run into significant resistance, then obviously it will take longer," Thompson said in an interview with CNN. "I would love to say we would be able to finish it within a reasonable period of time. But for those of us who had a ringside seat on January 6, it was very damaging to the worldview of who we are as Americans. And we have to fix that worldview."The 14-term congressman spent months trying to hammer out an agreement for a bipartisan commission to examine the January 6 attack on the Capitol, only to watch a carefully crafted deal fall apart...
    Former CIA Director John Brennan said Tuesday on MSNBC’s “The ReidOut” that he believed the Biden administration will properly address the threat of domestic extremists because “now we have adults in the White House.” Anchor Joy Reid said, “What should we be worried about? Should we worried about the inaugural in the near future? There’s the whole QAnon conspiracy that on the 14th, somehow Donald Trump is going to be inaugurated. What is keeping you up at night? Brennan said, “Well, I think there could be any number of flashpoints that could motivate these individuals to take violence into their own hands once again. But what gives me a sense of optimism here is that we now have a White House that is focused on this issue. We have competent people in charge..” He continued, “One of the things I still don’t know whether or not there was any discussions and meetings that the White House had prior to the January 6 event because it was quite clear that all these various groups were going to be descending upon Washington. When I was...
    From the fronts of women and diversities that make up the Frente de Todxs We support the national government initiative to send its Voluntary Interruption of Pregnancy project during this month of November and we urge its treatment before the end of the current year in the National Congress. The demand for the legalization of voluntary abortion has a long history of struggle in our country and social support has grown enormously from the push of all the organizations and the feminist movement that raised this flag and especially from the hand of the National Campaign for the Right to Legal, Safe and Free Abortion, which this year celebrated 15 years. In 2018, the green tide demonstrated in the streets that the illegality of abortion subjects thousands of women and pregnant people to clandestine situations and unsafe conditions that put their lives at risk. Refer to the legalization of voluntary abortion It is not only to take a practice that exists in our country out of hiding: it is also for the State...
    President TrumpDonald John TrumpObama slams Trump in Miami: 'Florida Man wouldn't even do this stuff' Trump makes his case in North Carolina, Ohio and Wisconsin Pence's chief of staff tests positive for COVID-19 MORE’s former Homeland Security adviser, Tom Bossert, said on Sunday that not enough has been done to fight COVID-19 in the U.S, calling for a coordinated response to the pandemic. “One thing is very clear: We could have saved more lives with a different, faster approach and what's important about looking forward, is the same advice about targeted, layered intervention,” Bossert said on ABC’s This Week." “Early targeted, layered intervention, in addition to masks, is that we know save lives and we have a chance to do it again if we can get all of our counties and communities on a coordinated, same page.” Bossert, who was Homeland Security adviser for the Trump advisor for one year before John BoltonJohn BoltonJohn Kelly called Trump 'the most flawed person' he's ever met: report Bolton: North Korea 'more dangerous now' Demand for Trump-related titles sparks expected record year for political books MORE...
    Reuters July 20, 2020 0 Comments U.S. Homeland Security officials said on Monday they had no intention of pulling back in Portland, Oregon, after a federal crackdown on anti-racism protests that included the use of unmarked cars and unidentified officers in camouflage. Weeks of protests in Portland over police brutality and systemic racism intensified as federal officers began cracking down on crowds last week, using tear gas to disperse protesters and taking some into custody without explanation. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) sent law enforcement units to Portland to help guard U.S. government facilities after receiving intelligence about planned attacks around July 4, the DHS officials said. “DHS is not going to back down from our responsibilities. We are not escalating, we are protecting,” Chad Wolf, acting secretary of Homeland Security, told Fox News. About 1,500 demonstrators gathered Sunday night outside the federal courthouse, which has been the center of protests since the May 25 killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police. A group of 50 or so mothers dressed in yellow shirts showed up, at one point...
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