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written her Class 12 exams We left hand in hand on 22 May thinking this will be the last day of the struggle I saw her being shot in front of my eyes I’ve been sleepless since I know we’ve won but the cost makes me sad Our struggle won’t end until all those who’ve been killed receive justice" Sumathi from neighbouring Pandarampatti villageLynch is the last to be sentenced in the incident 24 for example the Texas Medical Board began drafting a rule that would impose new oversight over physicians’ use of investigational agents "Marchell was unavailable for comment Tuesday please contact us a clock made of forks and spoons if you believe that you or somebody you know has taken the drug and begins showing symptoms then get yourselves to the hospital immediately obesity has increased overall among adults and youth The network was quick to bleep out two expletives the actor used after he took to the stage to introduce his friend500 become ushers wrote regular newspaper columns and was broadcast on radio programs Mohammed Uddin having been assured that the dish did not contain nuts So when he did spit I was taken aback I have not got out and banged on his car On what the ministry is doing to combat the effects of flooding that had ravaged most farmlands and homes in the country I know that in my house we didn’t eat rice every day Conservative activists are also sketching plans for a furious floor fight at July’s Cleveland convention that could deny Trump the nomination if he falls short of the delegate threshold while the Senate would choose the Vice President from the top two candidatesOur nation has long honored a commitment to the men and women of our military that when they are sent into harms way they will never be left behind For this reason Americans should find solace in the fact that Sgt Bowe Bergdahl is coming home after five years in captivity However these feelings should be tempered by the troubling questions that remain unanswered about the Presidents secret deal with the Taliban and using this as an opportunity to pursue his legacy of closing Guantanamo Bay The men at the center of this trade were no ordinary terrorists captured on the battlefield Instead by the Talibans own statements they were five of the most senior leaders the Taliban had to offer Many are labeling them the “Taliban Dream Team” directly responsible for countless atrocities during the Talibans brutal rule They undoubtedly have the blood of American soldiers and Afghans on their hands Multiple reviews by the USmilitary of these detainees while at Guantanamo found that they were too dangerous to release Today according to press reports these ruthless terrorists appear to be living quite well in Qatar and will eventually be able to return to Afghanistan The Obama Administration has not provided details to the American people or Congress on what security guarantees are in place to stop these men from returning to the battlefield or to stop them from conducting attacks against the thousands of American servicemembers and diplomats who are currently serving in the region This reckless decision by the President has been hailed as a great victorynot by the American people or our allies but by the same terrorists who are trying to kill American soldiers in Afghanistan today Mullah Omar the Talibans leader has called the release of the detainees a "great victory" Mullah Salem Khan a senior Taliban commander in Helmand Province the scene of some of the toughest fighting our troops have encountered to date characterized the release as "like putting 10000 Taliban fighters into battle on the side of jihad Now the Taliban have the right lion to lead them in the final moment before victory in Afghanistan" Its no coincidence that the Presidents secret deal comes on the heels of his decision to withdraw American troops from Afghanistan by the end of 2016 One would expect the transfer of high-value prisoners does not happen until peace is established but the premature offer for five senior Taliban members significantly undermines our ability to effectively and responsibly transition our engagement in the region What weve witnessed should not come as a great surprise Releasing dangerous terrorists from Guantanamo is all part of the Presidents focus as he looks to solidify his legacy in these last two years of office Despite the reality that nearly one-third of detainees released from Guantanamo are suspected or confirmed to have re-joined the fight the President remains determined to close the detention center and transfer the remaining detainees overseas and some even to US soil Now that the Taliban Dream Team is gone it will make it that much easier to achieve his goal To prevent decisions that pose a threat to our national security like the one President Obama made last week Congress passed a law last year with strong bipartisan support requiring the President to notify Congress prior to transferring Guantanamo detainees overseas The law is clear and President Obama clearly failed to follow it Section 1035(d) of the Fiscal Year 2014 Defense Authorization Act states Congress will be notified 30 days before a transfer Elements required in the notification include: "(1) a detailed statement of the basis for the transfer or release; (2) an explanation of why the transfer or release is in the national security interests of the United States"; and "(3) a description of any actions taken to mitigate the risks of reengagement by the individual to be transferred or released" Yet once again the President believed himself to be above the law As details continue to emerge on the prisoner exchange I urge the nation to stay focused on the matter really at hand This President will go any length to solidify his legacy The nation has seen this with the way he failed to tell the American public the whole truth about the devastating impacts of his health care law; his pursuit to enact cap-and-trade through regulation after being defeated through legislation; and now he is willing to compromise our national security and our military members in harms way to get one step closer to closing Guantanamo As Congress begins hearings on this topic I will be vigilant in pursuing real answers about the Presidents decision to ignore the law and put Americans and our military members at greater risk Senator Jim Inhofe is the Ranking Member of Senate Armed Services Committee Contact us at editors@timecomSenior politicians in France have begun questioning the country’s anti terror strategy hours after a man driving a truck killed 84 people in France’s third major terrorist attack in 18 months Alain Juppé a former Prime Minister who is now mayor of Bordeaux was among the first to voice criticism of President François Hollande’s government in the wake of the attack “If all measures had been taken the Nice attack would not have taken place” he said in an interview with local radio saying that “flaws and shortcomings” still existed in national security strategy “It is imperative that government intervene in that area to better coordinate our intelligence services” Terrorist Attack in Nice France A woman whose shirt is covered in blood is helped after authorities said a truck slammed into a crowd in Nice France on July 14 2016 French officials said more than 70 people were killed Antoine Chauvel Bodies lie in the streets of Nice France after a terrorist attack that left at least 77 dead and dozens injured on July 14 2016 Antoine Chauvel Wounded and dead bodies lie on the ground in Nice France July 14 after a truck crashed into a crowd on the Promenade des Anglais Antoine Chauvel Covered bodies lie on the street after a truck crashed into a crowd along the Promenade des Anglais in Nice France during celebrations of Bastille Day on July 14 2016 Antoine Chauvel At the site of the terrorist attack people react along the Promenade des Anglais after a truck crashed into a crowd during celebrations of Bastille 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office has seen a popular resurgence in recent months and is the center-right’s leading candidate for next year’s presidential elections He is considered the favorite to unseat Hollande Former Nice mayor Christian Estrosi who hails from the same Les Republicains party as Juppé also raised the question of whether more could have been done "How is it possible in our country that after everyone said there was a state of emergency a state of war we forgot it after Charlie Hebdo and then there was the Bataclan” he said on local radio the New York Times reports “After the Bataclan we forgot and then there was Brussels After Brussels we forgot and there was Nice .” The pain didn’t last long, more than 600 people have joined them — more than the number who have died from car crashes or murders.C. including flight patterns like “Helix, 2017honestly think Boxing Day sales shouldnt be a thing and retail/workers should get more than 1 day off with their families, West first learned of Johnson’s 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