Sunday, June 11, 2017

Sunday Links

As global warming, er, climate change, um, warm weather hits my area, here are some things going on:

From The Blaze, Senator Reed (D-RI) thinks President Trump should not testify.

From AP News, Attorney General Sessions, on the other hand, will testify.

From The Guardian, Trump's visit to the United Kingdom will have to wait a while.

From Assyrian National News Agency, Syrian fighters capture parts of Raqqa.

From The Baloch News, a Balochi human rights activist is kidnapped.

From National Review, Reagan's SDI (a.k.a. "Star Wars") looks pretty good in hindsight.

From Breitbart London, Syrian asylum seekers in Germany allegedly molest girls at a swimming pool.

From Trend News Agency, 20 Iranians are lashed for breaking the Ramadan fast.

From Fox News, a Pakistani man is sentenced to death for insulting Muhammad.

From The Times Of India, one of the London Bridge terrorists had been trying to get a job with the agency that provides security for Wimbledon.

From the Daily Mail, an Islamic bookstore in Australia displays books on Sharia, and another claim that the caliph of ISIS is dead.

From AhlulBayt News Agency, people in Ankara, Turkey protest in front of the Saudi embassy.

From Russia Today, 2,500 more migrants are rescued in the Mediterranean.

From the Los Angeles Times, Uber's directors will meet to discuss the fate of their CEO.

From the Washington Examiner, respect for the flag brings America together.

From Gatestone Institute, pro-Erdogan political parties are popping up in Europe.

From The Daily Caller, Canadian troops arrive in Latvia.

From Philly(dot)com, Puerto Ricans vote on statehood.

From Yahoo News, Chinese kids play American football.

And from the Fresno Bee and the "you can't make this up" department, a man is assaulted by someone known as "Cheeseburger".

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