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Ecuador presidential candidate promises to evict Julian Assange from embassy

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will be asked to leave the Ecuadorian embassy in London within a month if the country’s main opposition candidate Guillermo Lasso wins the presidential elections next week.

In an interview with the Guardian, Lasso, who belongs to the right-wing Creo-Suma alliance, said after over four years, it was time for Assange to move on because his asylum was expensive and no longer justified.

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ISIS fighters call Trump’s travel order a ‘blessed ban’

ISIS fighters are reportedly hailing President Trump’s executive order on immigration as “the Blessed Ban” — saying it proves to their followers that America really does “hate” Islam.

A resident in the Iraqi city of Mosul, which is still considered an Islamic State stronghold, told New York Times terror correspondent Rukmini Callimachi that the jihadists have been openly celebrating the ban ever since Trump singed it into effect on Jan. 27.

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Now TJ Maxx and Marshalls are dumping Ivanka too: Signs for her products are thrown in the TRASH and remaining items are HIDDEN in racks as boycott against her fashion line gathers pace

Ivanka Trump’s beleaguered fashion brand has taken another kicking after the bosses of TJ Maxx and Marshalls demanded stores throw out her advertisements and take down her special displays.

Last week workers at the chains – which are both owned by TJX Companies – were told that her products would no longer hold pride of place in the stores.

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Protesters ring ICE in Phoenix: Could woman in custody be the first deported because of Trump’s orders?

For four years, federal immigration authorities have given Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos a pass to remain in the U.S. rather than deport her back to Mexico.

That changed Wednesday, when Garcia de Rayos went to check in as usual at the central Phoenix offices of Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Instead of being released, she was taken into custody, while her husband, two children — both U.S.-born citizens — and a group of supporters watched in tears.

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Mexican leftist leader heads to US to challenge Trump

Mexico City (AFP) – Mexican leftist 2018 presidential hopeful Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador plans to visit the United States on Sunday to talk with migrants and Americans about US President Donald Trump’s “poisonous” rhetoric.

Lopez Obrador, who is leading in opinion polls for next year’s elections, told the daily El Universal in an interview published on Thursday that Trump has shown a lack of respect for Mexico.

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Organizer Calls Berkeley Riot ‘Stunningly Successful,’ Warns Repeat if MILO Returns

An organizer for the far-left group By Any Means Necessary (BAMN) declared the riot against Breitbart Senior Editor MILO in Berkeley last week to be “stunningly successful” before warning that his group would respond again should MILO return to the college.

“We are happy with the results,” the San Francisco Chronicle reports Ronald Cruz, a former student at the college, told them. “We were able to meet Mr. Yiannopoulos’ fascist message with massive resistance.”

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Defections Challenge Hamas’ Cooperation With the Islamic State

Hamas continues to play a double game when it comes to the Islamic State. The Palestinian terrorist organization is trying to supress ISIS-inspired jihadists in Gaza, while simultaneously cooperating with the terrorist group’s Sinai Peninsula affiliate – Wilayat Sinai.

Despite some tactical benefits, Hamas’ seemingly counterintuitive, yet calculated, engagement with Islamic State elements has resulted in tangible setbacks for the Palestinian group. Palestinian sources speaking with the Times of Israel revealed that dozens of Hamas operatives have defected to Wilayat Sinai, including highly trained terrorists from elite units.

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Minimum Wage Hikes Not the Solution to Poverty

Last July, the Democratic party pledged to lead the fight for a federally mandated $15 minimum wage. “The current minimum wage is a starvation wage and must be increased to a living wage,” the party’s platform contended. “No one who works full time should have to raise a family in poverty.” Other champions of the movement to increase the minimum wage — such as “Fight for $15” and the Service Employees International Union — have called attention to the same concern. And sometimes, their voices have been heard: This year, 14 states and Washington, D.C., elected to increase their minimum wages, some through bills in the legislature and others through referenda. (Eight other states raised their minimum wage, too, but solely to adjust for inflation.)

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Hillary Clinton Is Back, Urging Women To Be Bold

Hillary Clinton, re-emerging for her first public speaking engagement since fumbling the electoral college vote in her second White House bid, told women, “Now more than ever we need to stay focused” on the theme of this year’s Makers conference at which she contributed the opening video message. The annual conference is playing out this week at Terranea Resort in Rancho Palos Verdes.

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Shop owner killed by ISIS for refusing to pay terror group’s taxes

An Iraqi shop owner was fatally shot after he stabbed an ISIS militant during a heated argument over the terror group’s unfair tax policies, according to a new report.

The unidentified man became irate when the jihadi told him he had to cough up “extra tax” money to pay for the terror group’s military salaries in the ISIS-controlled Iraqi town of Tal Afar, Al-Sumaria News reported on Monday.

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