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Britain must not turn its back on the world made possible by D-day
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T hey are saying that Thursday the 75th anniversary will be the last of the international D- day commemorations in which the veterans of participate. For obvious reasons that may well be so. The surviving soldiers who fought their way up the beaches of Normandy are in their 90s now, so it seems poignantly unlikely that more than a handful will return in In recent decades, Normandy has overwhelmingly been the main place to commemorate D-day. But now here is Britain mounting a large parallel event. Fair enough, in one sense. Britain was the base from which the war in the west was won.
In North Carolina 9. Although Trump had bragged about the size of his member in the primary debates and in campaign speeches, Daniels, based on her professional expertise, laughingly refutes this. Hurricane Florence causes basins containing more than two million cubic yards of coal ash enough to fill a large sports stadium to spill into the Cape Fear River and the surrounding lowlands. The many hundreds of coal ash basins in the US were regulated under Obama and have been deregulated under Trump. Coal ash, the residue from burning coal, contains lead, mercury, selenium, arsenic, cadmium, chromium and boron, and is known to lead to cancer, neurological conditions and reproductive problems in humans, and bizarre deformities in fish. It is revealed that President Trump told a visiting group of Spanish ministers that Spain should build a wall across the entire Sahara desert to keep out refugees. There are now nearly 13, children in the camps.
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In the mere hours since Donald Trump emerged as the surprising victor of the presidential election, there has been an observed uptick in reports of abuse, hate speech, and assault against Muslims, people of color, immigrants, Latinos, and the LGBTQ community, pointing toas The Verge 's Sean O'Kane put it some "really dark days ahead" for minorities living in "Trump's America. This sickens me to death!!! I wish we could recall the whole bad election! Then, he better walk that talk. It very important to keep this in mind.
Two days after Donald Trump was elected president, Twitter Moments is capturing the fear, hate and violence facing people of color in the United States. In a collection of tweets titled "Day 1 in Trump's America," people of color are sharing acts of hate and racism they've experienced over the past two days. The tweets include Muslim women talking about their fear of wearing the hijab after election day, Latinos sharing harassment they've received on the streets and news of violent hate crimes committed against people of color in places across the United States. I have a scarf on. Passed by someone on the platform today and he says, "Your time's up, girlie. As I'm stopped at a gas station this morning, a group of guys yell over: "Time to get out of this country, Apu!