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Sister: Cuban spy hailed by Obama fine, in US

Rolando SarrafThe Cuban spy traded to the U.S. for jailed Cuban intelligence agents but out of contact with his family for nearly a month is in the U.S. and is doing fine, his sister told The Associated Press in a brief interview Tuesday.

Vilma Sarraff, who lives in Spain, said her 51-year-old brother Rolando called her for the first time since his Dec. 17 release amid a big thaw in U.S.-Cuban relations. The brother told her he is "free and doing fine."

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Charlie Hebdo plans 3 million copies of new issue

Charlie HebdoThe French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo is planning a multimillion copy press run of its next issue, which will feature a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad on the cover, the first since extremists killed 12 people at its offices Jan. 7.

The newspaper Libération hosted Charlie Hebdo staffers as they prepared the new issue and is handling its special 3 million copy print run in numerous languages.

Libération published the Charlie Hebdo cover online late Monday night, ahead of the satirical magazine's publication on Wednesday. The cartoon shows a bearded man in a white turban with a tear streaming down his cheek and holding a sign reading "Je suis Charlie" ("I am Charlie").

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Fox News’ terrible, horrible, no good, very bad weekend

Rupert MurdochNews Corp head honcho Rupert Murdoch found himself in the eye of a social media storm last weekend for tweeting out the sort of bigoted ignorance often heard on his premier U.S. news network, Fox News.

“Maybe most Moslems peaceful,” the Australian-born billionaire tweeted, “but until they recognize and destroy their growing jihadist cancer they must be held responsible.”

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Judge rules S.D. same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional

SD marriage ban overruledA federal judge on Monday declared South Dakota's same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional, but stayed the decision pending appeal.

U.S. District Judge Karen Schreier issued a summary judgment in favor of the six couples who filed the lawsuit last year in Sioux Falls. The federal complaint challenges a 1996 law passed by the Legislature and a voter-approved 2006 constitutional amendment banning gay marriage, which means such cases are now pending in 30 states with gay marriage bans.

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Hackers Anonymous 'disable extremist website'

anonymousHacking group Anonymous has claimed responsibility for disabling an extremist website based in France.

A post on Twitter said "Tango Down" and included a link to a site which has been linked to extremists.

Anonymous "declared war" on jihadist websites on Friday after the Paris attacks. The group posted a video saying it would target extreme social media accounts as part of efforts to protect freedom of speech.

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UK Prime Minister: FOX News 'expert' Steve Emerson is a 'complete idiot'

Steve Emerson on FOXAn American “terrorism expert” who claimed that Birmingham is a Muslim-only city is “clearly a complete idiot”, David Cameron has said

The Prime Minister said he choked on his porridge after hearing the claim by Steve Emerson, a Fox News pundit, that non-Muslims “simply don’t go” to Britain’s second-largest city.

Mr Emerson issued a grovelling apology after issuing the claim.

Mr Cameron said: “Frankly I choked on my porridge and thought it must be April’s Fools Day. This guy is clearly a complete idiot.

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Albuquerque Police Officers Face Murder Charges Over 2014 Shooting

Albuquerque police charged with 2014 murderMonths after a deadly encounter that touched off contentious protests, two police officers who were captured on video shooting and killing an unarmed man in the foothills of Albuquerque, N.M., will face murder charges. James Boyd, 38, was killed after illegally camping in the city.

Bernalillo County District Attorney Kari Brandenburg announced Monday that "a single count of open murder" has been filed against each of two officers: Keith Sandy and Dominique Perez of the Albuquerque Police Department. Sandy retired late in 2014 at the rank of detective.

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U.S. airstrike in Syria may have killed 50 civilians

50 civilians killed in US airstrike on SyriaA U.S.-led coalition airstrike killed at least 50 Syrian civilians late last month when it targeted a headquarters of Islamic State extremists in northern Syria, according to an eyewitness and a Syrian opposition human rights organization.

The civilians were being held in a makeshift jail in the town of Al Bab, close to the Turkish border, when the aircraft struck on the evening of Dec. 28, the witnesses said. The building, called the Al Saraya, a government center, was leveled in the airstrike. It was days before civil defense workers could dig out the victims’ bodies.

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Supreme Court rejects new challenge to Obamacare law

Supreme CourtThe Supreme Court on Monday rejected a 2-year-old legal challenge to a central provision of ObamaCare from a conservative doctors group.

The case, which was led by the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, sought to strike down the law’s individual mandate, which fines individuals who fail to purchase health insurance.
The plaintiffs’ argument had been rejected twice before: first by a district court judge in 2012 and then by the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals in March 2014.

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