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Citizenship question causing an uproar in U.S. has been part of Canada's long-form census since 1901

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Trump has been waging a fierce fight to add the controversial query to the 2020 census, and said Friday he's now considering an executive order to get it done after a Supreme Court ruling blocked his efforts.

Canada's own long form census asks: "Of what country is this person a citizen?" Respondents have a choice of three possible answers: "Canada, by birth," "Canada, by naturalization" or "Other country - specify."

A spokeswoman for Statistics Canada, which manages the census, said the citizenship data is vital to various programs.

"The citizenship question has a long history on the Canadian census, being introduced for the first time on the 1901," said Emily Theelen in an email.

"This information is used to estimate the number of potential voters and to plan citizenship classes and programs. It also provides information about the population with multiple citizenships and the number of immigrants in Canada who hold Canadian citizenship."
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Congolese Ebola Outbreak Continues

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Latest numbers as of 2 July 2019

Total cases: 2354
- Confirmed cases: 2260
- Probable cases: 94

Deaths: 1586
- Confirmed: 1492
- Probable: 94
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The lengths women will go to, just to import more poor unwashed Muslim cock is astonishing.

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Carola Rackete the captain of the migrant transport ship Sea Watch 3 that docked at the southern Italian island of Lampedusa was arrested on Saturday following a protracted standoff.

Salvini, who previously referred to the GNO vessel as a "pirate ship," told RAI state radio that he had "asked for the arrest of an outlaw" who had endangered the lives of border patrol officers. He also ordered authorities to sequester the ship "which goes around the Mediterranean breaking laws."

Captain Carola Rackete, 31, docked just before 2 a.m. - ramming a border-control vessel trying to stop them in the process. Rackete was arrested on charges of "resisting a war ship," which carries a penalty of up to 10 years in prison.

A Sea Watch spokesman based in Germany said on Saturday that the charges against Rackete and the reason she was arrested "remained unclear" and that the organization was awaiting more information.

The 40 migrants onboard disembarked after 16 days on the Sea Watch 3, operated by German NGO Sea-Watch and operating under the Dutch flag.
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A Sunken Cold War Nuclear Sub Is Leaking Radiation at Levels 800,000 Times Normal

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sorry for the gizmodo

Using a robotic sub, a team of investigators has detected traces of radiation leaking from Komsomolets—a Soviet nuclear submarine that sank 30 years ago in the Norwegian Sea. The recorded radiation levels are unusually high, but scientists say it’s not threatening humans or marine life.

On April 7, 1989, while cruising at a depth of 380 meters (1,250 feet), a fire broke out in the aft section of Komsomolets, a Soviet nuclear-powered attack submarine out on its first patrol. Its captain managed to bring the beleaguered sub to the surface, but it sank about five hours later. All 42 sailors were killed in the incident, known as the Komsomolets disaster.

The 120-meter-long (400-foot) nuclear submarine still rests some 1,700 meters (5,575 feet) below the surface of the Norwegian Sea, about 320 kilometers (200 miles) north of the Norwegian mainland.

And it’s leaking radiation, according to a press release issued by Norway’s Institute of Marine Research (IMR). The amount of cesium radiation leaking from the wreck is significant, at about 800,000 times the typical reading for the Norwegian Sea, but it “poses no risk to people or fish,” according to a collaborative research team involving IMR and the Norwegian Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (DSA).
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James Bond to Be Black & Female as Bond 25 Passes 007 to Lashana Lynch?

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James Bond to Be Black & Female as Bond 25 Passes 007 to Lashana Lynch?
With Daniel Craig stepping down from his franchise role as James Bond, there's been a lot of speculation as to whom the next 007 will be. As we've seen with The Little Mermaid, the subject of diversity and representation is often a part of these conversations, and some fans have been arguing the case for a female or black actor to take on the role in the next installment. Now, according to a new report, the next 007 will be both, as British actress Lashana Lynch will be taking over the codename from Craig's James Bond, following the character's retirement in James Bond 25
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No Pic? Was she black?

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Have you noticed how "No pic" = Fat or Black? What are they trying to hide?
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Israels minor sex network disclosed.

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In 2006, Palm Beach police filed a probable cause complaint saying Epstein should be charged with unlawful sex with minors. The grand jury returned a single felony solicitation of prostitution charge, and Epstein pleaded not guilty. He later entered a guilty plea in Florida to state charges of soliciting and procuring a person under age 18 for prostitution, and was required to register as a sex offender.

Epstein is a politically-connected hedge fund manager, who’s been closely associated with former President Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew, the son of Queen Elizabeth II. Both Clinton and the British royal are said to have jetted around the globe on Epstein’s private plane, known as the “Lolita Express.”
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Jussie BTFO -- Police release hundreds of hours of footage

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Chicago police on Monday released more than 1,000 files from the investigation into Jussie Smollett’s claim he was attacked by two men

Footage includes Jussie hanging out in his apartment with what appears to be either a thing rope or thick string loosely coiled around his neck that he removes when asked “Do you want to take it off or anything?”

In all, police released nearly 1,200 different individual files on Monday, including thousands of pages of documents, arrest reports and handwritten notes from police. Added up, there is more than 90 hours of video, much of it hour after hour of surveillance cameras high above city streets.

Then on Feb. 25, a sergeant sent an email saying that she’d received a tip from a caller whose name is redacted. “He has a friend close to the inner circle of the subject,” the email reads. “The friend shared that the entire event was orchestrated by Jussie.”

The department released footage that shows the two brothers, Abimbola “Abel” Osundairo and Olabinjo “Ola” Osundairo, in a cab the night of the incident. Both are wearing what appear to be light-colored hazmat suits and gloves, with one of the brothers tightening his around his face.

There is also footage of officers handcuffing the brothers — who have acknowledged participating in a staged attack — on the tarmac at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport when they returned on a flight to Chicago from Nigeria, and putting them in police cars for a trip to a city police station where they were detained.

The DA who unexpectedly dropped all charges against Smollett is still under investigation
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Taliban Talks Most Productive So Far

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>The U.S. envoy helping to broker peace talks with the Taliban said that the current round of negotiations have been the "most productive" so far.

>Zalmay Khalilzad made the comments on July 6 while attending meetings in Qatar.

>Taliban negotiators have been meeting with Khalilzad to try to reach a deal that would have the U.S. military withdraw from Afghanistan in return for various guarantees.

>"These six days have been the most productive of the rounds we've had...we made progress on all the issues that we have been discussing," Khalilzad was quoted as saying.

This is good news. There were irreconcilable differences for sone time. During the Taliban's rule, 99% of poppy cultivation--the souvenir of 3/4 of the world's heroin supply--was stopped, though it resumed after the U.S. invasion. More people died of drugs in The U.S. last year than all the Americans who died in Vietnam. The trafficking of boy sex slaves, a practice known as bachi baza, was also punished with death by the Taliban but unfortunately very popular with the U.S. backed regime.

"Since the Taliban regime toppled in 2001 with the US intervention, the Bacha Bazi phenomenon revived in certain parts of Afghanistan. However the practice has not only been limited to strong men or warlords, but it has also penetrated the Afghan Police Forces. The US Special Inspector General for Afghanistan in a recent report sharply criticized the Afghan Government for remaining complicit for not preventing the recruitment and sexual exploitation of children by the Afghan National Army."
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Why are blacks replacing iconic gingers in ALL movies? Why are black males ALL being paired with white BLONDE women and RARELY black women? WHY is it specifically BLONDE white women? Why not Asians, Blacks, Middle Easterners, Hispanics, Indians, Native Americans, etc.? What's with all the Racism against white people, especially white BLONDES and white GINGERS? Is Hollywood nothing but racist degenerates trying to destroy white people?
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