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"The assistance will cease in the coming weeks, in keeping with their change in status," said the Office of the Minister of Public Safety Bill Blair.
"He dug in and fought us all the way to his last day in office," an activist who opposed stop-and-frisk recalled.
Analysis: As the Democratic front-runner claims a plurality should give him the nomination, his own actions come back to haunt him.
"Employees have a lot of opportunities to work here, to work elsewhere," a company executive said in response to questions about the company's China deal.
Barr's sentencing recommendation in the Roger Stone case is among instances of concern cited by Democrats.
Titillation or a sociological document. Euronews takes a look at the phenomenon of 'tart cards', the way London's sex workers got themselves noticed.
A bid to build a third runway at London's Heathrow Airport has been declared unlawful over climate change.
The founders of an award winning festival want to increase Serbia's forest cover by nearly 50%.
The Democratic front-runner, criticized as an unyielding hardliner, is willing to accept incrementalism. He just doesn't like to talk about it.
As a fragile peace slowly settles in South Sudan, former child soldiers are gradually being demobilised. But do they still have a future?
The president's claims about water pressure caught the attention of his environmental agency.
First Read is your briefing from "Meet the Press" and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter.
All it took was one phony email address to bilk her out of hundreds of thousands of dollars, the real estate mogul said.
The right-wing Flemish government intends to cut funds for cultural projects by 60%. Minister-president Jan Jambon at the Flemish Parliament explains that the cuts won’t affect everyone: indeed traditional Flemish cultural heritage will receive more money.