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CONSERVATIVE NOMINEE TAPPED FOR POST IN KENYA GETS GRILLING FROM DEMS

Democrats are challenging President Trump’s nominee from the Midwestern state of Illinois for the post of U.S. ambassador to Kenya. State Sen. Kyle McCarter’s conservative views run the gamut from opposition to gay rights, restrictions on immigration and locking up former Senator Hillary Clinton. A White House release said McCarter would be “Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States ...

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ATROCITY VIDEO OF EXECUTION BY SOLDIERS ALARMS U.N. RIGHTS CHIEF

International experts have confirmed that a widely seen video of Cameroonian soldiers executing two women and two young children is credible and not “fake news.” Evidence of the execution was gathered by Amnesty International in an investigation. Analysis of the weapons, dialogue and uniforms, paired with digital verification techniques and testimonies taken from the ground, all strongly suggest that the pe ...

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UNCW OPENS FIRST K-8 LAB SCHOOL IN THE STATE AT D.C. VIRGO

SPECIAL TO THE WILMINGTON JOURNAL UNCW has officially opened the first K-8 lab school in North Carolina. The first year-round K-8 public school in Wilmington, the new D.C. Virgo’s curriculum focuses on inquiry-based learning, community engagement and the importance of literacy. Classes began July 18 and a grand opening celebration was held July 24. “We could not be more excited about the opening of D.C. Vir ...

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