Abigail Hauslohner

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Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced sweeping raids at food processing plants across Mississippi on Wednesday.

ICE's largest operation against unauthorized workers ever in Mississippi

Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced sweeping raids at food processing plants across Mississippi on Wednesday.

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In Baghdad, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki is trying to hang on to power, while part of his country is under the firm control of the Islamic State, formerly known as ISIS.

Can Power-Sharing Keep Iraq From Fracturing?

In Baghdad, Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki is trying to hang on to power, while part of his country is under the firm control of the Islamic State, formerly known as ISIS.

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In a case involving the death of a single policeman and the attempted murder of two others, an Egyptian court  has imposed the sentence of death  on 529 alleged members of the outlawed…

Egypt Sentences 529 Muslim Brotherhood Members to Death

In a case involving the death of a single policeman and the attempted murder of two others, an Egyptian court has imposed the sentence of death on 529 alleged members of the outlawed…

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