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It's three months.
On July 26 Hollande was expected to end a state of emergency instituted after the Paris terror attacks in November. Instead, Hollande said he would be mobilizing soldiers and reserves and increasing the manpower on the nation’s streets and borders.
May is the second female prime minister, after Margaret Thatcher in 1979–90. The new Conservative PM took over less than three weeks after David Cameron said he was quitting.
To make detainees lose their mindsTo help make detainees cough up informationTo turn detainees against their government
it's to help make detainees cough up information.
The “separation” procedure physically isolates a prisoner so he can’t communicate with anyone but U.S. personnel.
“This police department trained in de-escalation far before cities across America did it,” Mayor Mike Rawlings said. “We’re one of the premier community policing cities in the country and this year we have the fewest police officer-related shootings than any large city in America.”
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It's Sarah Palin.
Sarah Palin, who endorsed Trump in January, was notably absent.
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It's A Man Was Arrested For Breaking Into Area 51 So He Could Catch Pokémon
The rest of those stories actually happened. But not Area 51...yet.
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Justice Sonia SotomayorJustice Elena KaganJustice John RobertsJustice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
It's Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Ginsburg later said she regretted her remarks after making several statements this week making clear how much she disapproved of Trump.
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