Two Transportation Security Administration (TSA), officials have been suspended after allegedly hanging a noose from a pole with two monkeys attached. The incident happened at the Miami International Airport.
After the incident was discovered, TSA reported that they removed the offensive material and are currently investigating the incident.
In a statement the TSA stated:
“The TSA doesn’t tolerate racist or offensive behavior and those found responsible will be held accountable for their actions.”
On Tuesday, the city of San Francisco became the first so-called “Sanctuary City”, to sue the Trump Administration, after his executive order to defund cities that he claims protects illegal immigrants.
Ed Lee, the mayor of San Francisco, said : ” the misguided executive order makes our cities less safe, and we believe is unconstitutional.”
Mayors from other major cities like New York and Chicago, promised to defy the president’s executive order, the ACLU, also plans to file a lawsuit against Trump’s administration.
Proceeds from this 5k walk / run benefit the UNRWA’S Community Mental Health Program, for children in Palestine suffering from PTSD and other psychological trauma, due to the blockade and current conflict in the region.
The situation is so dire, the internationally-known scientist, historian, social critic and political activist, Noam Chomsky said the occupation in Palestine is worst than the Apartheid of the South African past.
Noam Chomsky on BDS and How the Israeli Occupation is “Much Worse Than Apartheid”
In the past four days huge amount of rainfall has flooded the streets of Accra, the capital city of Ghana, west Africa. Reportedly killing between 10-12 people, so far in the southern regions of The small nation.
Rescue workers in the Ghanaian capital of Accra.
It has been reported that 185mm of rainfall dropped on the capital on sunday, which is about the annual average for June.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is suing the government over CIA documents pertaining to a secret agency “black site” in Afghanistan. The civil rights group hopes to obtain more information on a visit to the facility by Federal Bureau of Prison officials.
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