Monthly Archives: July 2017

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EU Citizens Will Lose Free Access to the U.K. in 2019

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Citizens of the European Union will no longer have free access to live, work, or study in the United Kingdom after it leaves the bloc in 2019, Downing Street confirmed Monday. While a British government spokesperson said “it would be wrong to suggest” that free movement into the U.K. will “continue as it is now” after the country leaves the EU, it is unclear what new immigration policies will be put in place. Ministers have said their Brexit will allow the government to exert more control over who can enter the country.

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Kenya Election Official Found Tortured and Killed

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An official responsible for running Kenya’s presidential election was tortured and killed just days ahead of the country’s next election, the country’s electoral commission chairman said Monday. Christopher Msando managed information-technology systems at the electoral commission, the Associated Press reports. He was found with injuries to the neck and head after being reported missing days earlier. The commission chairman, Wafula Chebukati, helped identify Msando’s body at the Nairobi city morgue. “This is a brutal murder of our employee and we are demanding to know who killed him and why,” Chebukati said. “We are demanding government provide security to all IEBC [electoral commission] staff.”

Article Appeared @http://www.thedailybeast.com/kenya-election-official-found-tortured-and-killed

‘Flint’ The Movie, Spotlighting Water Crisis, Due To Premiere In Fall

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FLINT (WWJ) – The movie titled “Flint” on the Lifetime network featuring Queen Latifah and Jill Scott is based on the lives of several activists that brought national attention the water crisis, including Flint resident Melissa Mays. Continue reading